Forget Kim Kardashian in Playboy.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck is on the cover of next month's Pregnancy Magazine!
Okay, maybe that's not quite as exciting. But the co-host of The View is typically good for a few controversial quotes. Let's see what she has to say in the publication's interview:
On being a conservative mother in 2007: "Being a conservative mother isn't the challenge. Being a conservative in New York City on television is the challenge. Once I had [first daughter] Grace, I had more reassurance and affirmation as to why I have felt the things that I've felt for a long time.
I want to make sure that the decisions I'm making and the votes that I'm casting are going to create long-term benefits for Grace and my next child and hopefully more to come after that."
Elisabeth Hasselbeck on the cover of Pregnancy. We wonder if Tameka Foster will appear on it next.
About being pregnant and arguing with Rosie O'Donnell: "When a woman cries, it's never seen as a sign of strength and never seen in a positive light. A man cries and he's sensitive [or insane and worthy of his own TV show, such as Chris Crocker], and a woman cries and she's weak. So even when you're debating another woman, the first person to cry pretty much loses."
Hasselbeck is due with her second child on November 11.