Within hours of Pat Sajak announcing his retirement in 2024, several TV personalities expressed interest in hosting Wheel of Fortune. The topic arose on Tuesday’s episode of The View. Joy Behar revealed that Whoopi Goldberg would take the gig. Whoopi confirmed on the show, “I want that job. I think it would be lots of fun.” Ryan Seacrest is interested in the job too.
In other Entertainment News, remember when we told you’ll about the Anita Baker and Babyface drama back in May when ‘Face didn’t perform at their concert in New Jersey… well the drama continues. Anita has kicked Babyface off her Songstress Tour altogether. Anita tweeted, “After silently enduring cyber [bullying]/verbal abuse & threats of violence from the fan base of our special guest/support act, in the interest of personal safety, I will continue The Songstress Tour alone," Baker tweeted. "Appropriate refunds will be made." Babyface released a statement. "I am saddened by the news that Anita Baker has decided to remove me from The Songstress Tour. It's unfortunate and disheartening to see how things have played out via social media. "While I was looking forward to the rest of the dates, I have nothing but love & respect for Anita and I wish her the best for the remainder of her tour." Anita responded, "This false narrative of a co-headliner is creating unrealistic expectations & aggression from his fans towards me. He should tell you guys, the truth. Anita’s Twitter response continued, Kenny's Crazies are online bullies," she tweeted. "@Babyface please call off your fans. I have been only kind and supportive of you as the special guest/support on my tour."
In other trending national news, for the second time in two months, former President Donald Trump was arraigned on criminal charges, this time in connection with his alleged mishandling of top secret documents after leaving office. This past Tuesday, Trump was arraigned on a 37-count indictment. He surrendered to the authorities, was digitally fingerprinted and processed before heading to the courtroom, and appeared in front of a Miami judge. Trump has maintained that he will continue to campaign for the GOP ticket as the court cases and investigations continue.