Friday, May 25, 2007

Rosie’s Catfight On ‘The View’ Showed Her True Colors

VANCOUVER (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Rosie O’Donnell may have seen red when she barked at Elisabeth Hasselbeck on The View this past Wednesday (May 24), but one color expert from Vancouver, Canada, claims the cause for commotion is all in the black and white.

Susan Murphy, an international educator of color therapy, says Rosie’s white coat is the culprit for the on-air catfight.

Murphy explains, “White combines all the color energies in the spectrum, so wearing white makes people come across as know-it-alls. That’s why Rosie thinks she knows everything.”

Hasselbeck on the other hand, wore a multi-colored dress with shades of greens and blues, which Murphy says symbolize peace and cleverness.

As Murphy puts it, “Hasselbeck is getting power from different energies, because a variety of colors affects feelings and thoughts.”

During the tussle, Joy Behar in her yellow coat tried mediating, and Murphy says she knows why.

She says, “Yellow falls into the role of the team leader. It’s a controlling and dominant energy, yet highly optimistic.”

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