The iconic photo of Marines raising the American flag over Iwo Jima in 1945 has been recreated with the gay pride flag.
Watch the video above as Brian receives a nice bouquet of Valentine's Day roses courtesy of Brian Kilmeade.
With week number one under her belt, Elisabeth Hasselbeck proved that she's not only a welcome addition to the Fox and Friends crew but that she can more than hold her own in a race involving plastic human bubbles. We have proof. Insider took a look back at some of the highlights that we found utterly GIF-able, and then, y'know, GIF'd 'em!
One thing we learned about Elisabeth during her first week on the curvy couch is that she's an advocate for all things gluten-free. On today's show, Steve and Brian surprised her with a sweet treat - sans gluten - to show their love. And let's just say, Elisabeth was really excited to bite into 'em.
Next week kicks off Elisabeth Hasselbeck's first week on Fox and Friends, and what better way to get things started than with a visit to the home of the Duck Dynasty folks?
Please join us in welcoming our newest Friend, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, who debuts on Fox and Friends on Monday at 6a ET. Fox News Insider caught up with her on the set to chat about joining the team. Check out our video to see her in action with Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade.
FOX News Channel’s (FNC) Elisabeth Hasselbeck will debut as co-host of top-rated cable news morning show FOX & Friends (6:00-9:00 AM/ET) on Monday, September 16th, announced Bill Shine, Executive Vice President of Programming for FOX News. She will join current co-hosts Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade on a redesigned set that will be unveiled that morning.
Brian Kilmeade played in the celebrity all-star softball game this weekend with Kevin James, A.J. Calloway, Rollie Fingers, Freddie Lynn, Rickey Henderson and a slew more.
Last night, former Mets star Dwight Gooden returned to the field to compete with none other than Brian Kilmeade! The two participated in the Legends and Celebrity Softball game at New York’s Citi Field.
Harris Faulkner defended Brian Kilmeade after he accidently hit two-year-old Titus Ashby in the face with a basketball.
Titus Ashby, the amazing basketball trick shot toddler, returned to Fox and Friends this morning and was nailing shot after shot, until Brian Kilmeade hit him in the face with a basketball. It all led to a hilarious final hour of Fox and Friends.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck will be joining Fox News Channel in September. The current co-host of ABC's 'The View' will be joining Fox & Friends. Gretchen Carlson will be leaving FNC's morning show for a one-hour daytime show on the channel.