No one lost today -- and God knows I fought hard on the other sideHasselbeck: Obama win a victory for U.S. Nov 05, 2008
I can use it as a term of endearment, (but) I don't want to hear it come out of your mouthUse of the N-word debated on 'The View' Jul 17, 2008
Sometimes I think it's almost worse to use it privately than publiclyUse of the N-word debated on 'The View' Jul 17, 2008
You must acknowledge the understanding of what it is and why it isUse of the N-word debated on 'The View' Jul 17, 2008
Elisabeth and I are happy to announce the arrival of our son and we're thrill he arrived safelyHasselbeck to announce name of baby boy Nov 11, 2007
Elisabeth Hasselbeck (née Filarski; born May 28, 1977) is an American television host and television personality. She was a contestant on Survivor: The Australian Outback (2001) and is a current co-host on the daytime talk show The View (since 2003).
Elisabeth DelPadre Filarski was born in Cranston, Rhode Island. She is the daughter of Roman Catholic-school teacher and lawyer Elizabeth DelPadre and architect Kenneth Filarski. She has one brother, Kenneth, Jr., a lawyer and aspiring musician. As a child, she lived in Providence and Cranston, Rhode Island.
Hasselbeck was raised Roman Catholic and attended St. Mary School in Cranston, followed by St. Mary Academy - Bay View in Riverside, Rhode Island, where she graduated in 1995. She then attended Boston College, where she captained the women's softball team for two seasons, winning consecutive Big East championships. With a concentration on large scale paintings and industrial design, Hasselbeck graduated with a Fine Arts degree in 1999. Hasselbeck started working for Puma in 1998, while attending Boston College. After graduation, she worked for Puma shoes as a member of its design team before her television career.