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'THE VIEW' MAY ADD RAVEN-SYMONE AND MICHELLE COLLINS FULL TIME: Raven-Symoné and Michelle Collins may joining The View full time. Co-host Whoopi Goldberg said on Thursday's (May 21st) show, "We love saying it, but Raven and Michelle will be back tomorrow. We're trying to make it permanent, so write in to everybody." Raven and Michelle have been guest co-hosts on the show over a dozen times each since March.

DAVID LETTERMAN SCORES HUGE FINALE RATINGS: David Letterman's final episode as host of the Late Show brought in the highest ratings in 20 years. 13.7 million viewers tuned in to watch the send-off. The episode helped boost the ratings for The Late Late Show with James Cordon which had the largest audience the show has ever had with any host with four million viewers.

GABRIELLE UNION MAY BE JOINING KEY AND PEELE MOVIE: Gabrielle Union is circling a role in the upcoming comedy from Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele. The film is called Keanu and follows a group of friends who pose as drug dealers to rescue a stolen cat. Gabrielle will be playing the wife of Key's character.

STEVE MARTIN TO BE HONORED BY AMERICAN FILM INSTITIUTE: The American Film Institute will honor Steve Martin with their 43rd Life Achievement Award. The group has tapped Mel Brooks to present the award during the ceremony on June 13th. The event will air live on TBS. Brooks received the same award back in 2013.

MELISSA BENOIST JOINS 'LOWRIDERS': Supergirl star Melissa Benoist has joined the cast of the film Lowriders. The movie is set in East L.A. in the world of lowrider cars and street tagging. Melissa will be playing the role of Lorelai -- a part previously linked to Lily Collins and Nicola Peltz.

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