The token conservative voice of The View doesn't think much about Andrews' skimpy dresses.
"In light of what happened ... and as inexcusable as it was for that horrific guy to go in and try to peep on her in her hotel room ... I mean, in some way if I [was] him, I [would be] like, 'Man! I just could've waited 12 weeks and seen this — a little bit less — without the prison time!'"
That was pretty good. Of course, in this current climate, you cannot have a sense of humor on the air without people getting on your case.
Elisabeth -- which I imagine came after some pressure for the ABC executives -- recanted her statement. Of course Andrews blathered on, playing the victim, saying that she burst into tears after hearing Elisabeth's statements.
Yeah, we get it. Your rights were violated. You are filmed in a grainy video. Your life sucks.
What's amazing. Those of you who doubt that Andrews has played this perfectly, just look at the DWTS results. Pamela Anderson had a sex tape (a real one) released to the world. Soccer moms voted her off the show. Andrews played the victim, America loves her.
Honestly, well played, Andrews.
But when is this going to stop? Elisabeth was just pointing out the obvious? Does she not have a right to express her opinion? That is the point of "The View" right? Why are those people who have opposing view points always muzzled because they are not popular. Lighten up, people.