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Kathie Lee Gifford : singer, songwriter, actress Biography (609 words)
In 1996, Kathie found herself at the center of a controversy when it was reported that sweatshop labor was used to make her signature clothing line sold in Wal-Mart stores.
The two children were posed similarly and the headline claimed that Kathie Lee was doing the same thing to her child as JonBenet’s mother had done to her, implying that Cassidy was a victim of negligent parenting.
Two weeks later, Kathie announced her departure as Regis’s co-host, and although she said nothing specifically about the tabloid headlines, she did say she was doing it to protect her children.
Kathie Lee Gifford - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (686 words)
Kathie Lee Gifford (born Kathryn Lee Epstein on August 16, 1953 in Paris, France) is an American singer, songwriter, and actress most famous for her stint on the talk show Live with Regis and Kathie Lee, which she co-hosted with Regis Philbin for 15 years.
Kathie Lee is the wife of Frank Gifford, a former football player and television commentator.
Kathie Lee did a television interview with Barbara Walters to discuss the situation and her emotional reaction to the problems in her personal life.
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