Rachael Ray: This Whole "Becky" Thing is Hilarious!
What a lark!
Rachael Ray, Dunkin Donuts pitch-woman and one-time respected chef. Yes, the cooking icon spells her first name like that. We used to...
What a lark!
Rachael Ray‘s daytime talk show has already been renewed for a new season, but sources say it may be the end of the line for the celebrity chef.
The Rachael Ray Show debuted in 2006 and was renewed in 2013 for another two years, but now her bosses, sources say, are starting to regret that:
Christina Pagliarolo, a teenager who hoped to lose 70 of her 260 pounds by taking part in a segment on the Rachael Ray Show, is now suing that show for the abuse she allegedly suffered at the hands of a personal trainer.
According to documents obtained by TMZ, Christina says she was screamed at… forced to hike mountains… and placed on a StarMaster until she fell off after the speed was continually increased to an unmanageable figure.
Just a week ago, Martha Stewart and Rachael Ray made appearances on each other's daytime talk shows, and everything was civil enough between them.
That was then and this is now, however.
With all due respect to Tyra Banks, Rachael Ray may be the most self-serving celebrity in Hollywood.
The Food Network star never passes on an opportunity to earn a paycheck off her (stupidly-spelled) name, even if it means shilling for a company that produces the most unhealthy type of sustenance known to mankind: donuts.
The following is a true story, not some Saturday Night Live skit drawn up to mock extreme conservatives:
Rachael Ray may be a sell out, but at least she isn't a fear-mongering nut job such as Fox News commentator Michelle Malkin.
Rachael Ray isn't getting riled up about Cindy McCain stealing some of her recipes. Then again, we all know Rachael Ray is a shameless media whore and bona fide megalomaniac good sport, so this probably makes her excited!
The wife of Republican presidential candidate John McCain, Cindy McCain cooked up some controversy when an intern shoplifted Rachael Ray's recipe for rosemary chicken, Ahi tuna and several other Food Network recipes.
Media whore Rachael Ray certainly has enough money to support children, having forfeited her soul in exchange for tens of millions, but that doesn't mean the Food Network magnate will be starting a family anytime soon.
"I'm too tired," Ray, 39, told Extra. "I feel like I'm a bad mom to my dog. I have five jobs, and I just don't think I could take on the biggest job of being a parent."
We hate Rachael Ray.
She spells her first name incorrectly. She's annoyingly upbeat, like an irritating version of Kelly Ripa. And, as a shill for Dunkin Donuts, she's a complete and utter sell out.
At least when Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt decided to be media whores... there was no pretense of them being anything but media whores.
But Rachael Ray, once a respected face on the Food Network, has taken heat - and many people think she should get out of the kitchen - for selling out.
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