Roll Call: Halle Berry Tumbles For Jimmy Fallon

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She’ll Tumble For Jimmy: Halle Berry showed off yet another talent last night on “The Tonight Show.” The “Extant” star showed off her tumbling talents for Jimmy Fallon making a human hamster wheel and rolling across the stage! “That’s how we roll,” Halle said after showing off her skills. Check out Jimmy and Halle in action!

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Hasselbeck, Bitter Party of 1?: “The View” couch shakeup and news that Rosie O’Donnell will reportedly return to the talk show did not sit well with Elisabeth Hasselbeck (who feuded with Rosie while co-hosting “The View” with her back in the day). “What could ruin a vacation more than to hear news like this?” Hasselbeck said on “Fox & Friends” on Wednesday. “I know Rosie very well. We worked quite closely. Talk about not securing the border! Here in comes to ‘The View’ the very woman who spit in the face of our military, spit in the face of her own network, and really in the face of a person who stood by her and had civilized debates for the time that she was there, coming back with a bunch of control ready to regain a seat at ‘The View’ table.” Adding, “Not surprising. I think this has been in the works for a long time.”

Becks World Cup Allegiance Lies With?: When it comes to the World Cup, David Beckham is a little torn, as he’s from England, but also played in America, France and Spain. So who is Becks rooting for? “I think the U.S. have been incredible,” he said in a new interview via E! News. “I lived in the U.S. for over six years and I know how proud Americans are about their sporting achievements.” But, despite rooting for the U.S. he said his heart lies “obviously first with England.” We’re OK with second in your heart Becks!

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-- Jesse Spero

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