Star Jones Quotes
Starlet Marie "Star" Jones (born March 24, 1962) is an American lawyer, journalist, writer, television personality, fashion designer, and women's and diversity advocate. She is best known as one of the original hosts of the ABC weekday morning talk show The View, on which she appeared from 1997 to 2006. She was also one of sixteen contestants of the fourth installment of Celebrity Apprentice, coming in fifth place.
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I was a prosecutor in Brooklyn in the homicide division and then as a senior assistant district attorney.
Between Newt Gingrich, [Rudi] Giuliani and Chris Christie, they've got like the trifecta of misogyny.
Oh, definitely and you know you take the bitter with the sweet but the benefits far outweigh the burdens of what I've been able to do for my family, my word.
We fight a lot, you know, but that's family. We may be dysfunctional but we're still family.
I can get whatever I want to eat and when you, you know, you forget to eat you sometimes pick up fast food.
You can have financial strength, professional strength, emotional strength but for me without spiritual strength none of the rest of it matters.
I mean, on the television, I've got to continue to be Star Jones Reynolds. And I enjoy that. But in my real life, I'm a wife now. You can't really be bossy when you're married.
[Hillary Clinton chose to make her marriage work. That is just outrageous.]It speaks of the sexism and the misogyny in this election .
I had started losing weight. I mean he didn't know anything about the journey that I was on at that point obviously but from my highest weight of just over 300 pounds I lost about 45 pounds.
I realized that in those nine seasons I started out at about 225 pounds and I felt, you know, full figured fabulous woman but in those seasons I gained 75 pounds up to over 300 pounds all in front of the nation.
This is the time that I really miss being in my courtroom because I believe that that's the last place in this country where there's supposed to be fairness.