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February 02, 1996 - Image 85

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-02-02

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Is Kathie Lee
Anti-Semitic?

n recent months, the popu-
lar co-host of the TV talk
show "Live With Regis &
Kathie Lee" was the subject
of talk herself, for her comments
about "Live" producer Michael
Gelman.
Discussing her desire to have
more of a say in choosing guests,
Kathie Lee Gifford, guesting on
Charles Grodin's CNBC-TV talk
show, told the host that she has
a feel for whom her audience may
want to see.
After all, she noted, Gelman is
a New York, Jewish, single guy.
What could he know about the
heartland audience?
Talk is cheap — and explosive:
Immediately, Howard Stern, the
"bad boy" of radio, took her corn-
ments to heart — and mouth.
He derided Gifford — whom
he's attacked before on his broad-
casts — for what he perceived
to be anti-Semitic comments.
(Stern describes himself as "half-
Jewish.")
Subsequently, Gifford's com-
ments got more publicity. In a re-
cent issue of TV Guide, Gifford
had this to say:
"All I did was describe what
Michael is socioeconomically. I'm
Jewish as well; my maiden name
was Epstein."
In a statement, Gifford added,
"Nothing that I said was unkind
or untrue.
"Being as proud as I am of my
own Jewish heritage, I find this
whole controversy rather ridicu-
lous." ❑

STYLE

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STYLE

ing that because I was Jewish I
disapproved of his CD, but I did
get a few letters suggesting that
the only reason it was being
discussed at all, was because
there are so many Jews in the
media."
All things considered, Cohen
seems to be very content at this
time in her life. She has an apart-
ment in New York City, a home
in the Hamptons, a loving rela-
tionship with her daughter,
serves on several medical advi-
sory boards and is considered one
of the most popular reporters on
American television. As for her
relationship with Al D'Amato, she
is closed-mouth about any wed-
ding plans, but admits to being
"very, very happy together."
For now, Cohen wants to keep
on doing what she does best. "I
would like to do more feature
pieces here on 'Live,' cover more
events, and keep on doing what
I'm doing," she said. ❑

MICHAEL ELKIN
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