The View: Lucy Liu
Sherlock Holmes is a tried and true literary character, but Lucy Liu is putting a new twist on the story as Holmes’ sidekick, Dr Lucy Watson. Together, they are solving cases on the CBS series Elementary, which Liu was on The View to promote. Learn more about the Lucy Liu paintings you didn’t know existed and get a Tria 4X review.
The View: Lucy Liu Elementary
Barbara Walters seemed blown away by the conceit that Watson was a woman. “Were people annoyed at the beginning?” she rudely asked.
Liu said that fans were initially surprised, “but it’s nice to introduce people to something different.”
The View: Elementary Romance?
Elementary is holding up well for itself as the season’s #1 new drama, according to Liu. Sherri Shepherd noted that there is a lot of chemistry between Holmes and Watson, who live and work together in the series.
But Liu said that at this point, the show has no plans to explore a romantic relationship between the two. But Barbara wouldn’t stop insisting that Liu has chemistry with her co-star, Jonny Lee Miller.
Elementary airs Thursday nights on CBS.
The View: Lucy Liu Martial Arts
Lucy Liu has had what Elisabeth Hasselbeck classified as a “fierce” career, but Liu said she never expected to do as much action in her life, adding that it takes a lot of hard work to pull of the martial arts in an authentic way.
When she is not in front of the camera, Lucy Liu has worked as a UNICEF ambassador for the past nine years. She also partners with Heinz to help kids, because she said it is important to give back and help children.
The View: Lucy Liu Parents
Lucy Liu’s parents came to America from China, and they were initially reluctant about her chosen career path.
“I still think they’re struggling with it, but I think they’re happy that I’m not living under a bridge,” she said.
She said that they struggled at home in China, and they wanted their children to have stable lives.
The View: Lucy Liu Paintings
Her other hobby is painting, and she has done quite a bit of black and white work. For awhile, she painted under a different name, but now the secret is out. She has been featured in a London show and produced a book called Seventy-Two.
She finally let the cat out of the bag to raise money from her paintings for UNICEF. She hid behind a pseudonym because she wanted to get honest opinions and reactions to her work.
The View: Tria Hair Removal Laser 4X Review
You can save time and money by doing salon-style treatments at home, according to a beauty expert on The View. Skip the shaving by using the Tria Hair Removal Laser 4X system.
In giving an audience member a makeover, the expert put her hair up and dressed her in a bright outfit. Then, instead of shaving, the woman used the Tria 4X to shave her legs, underarms, and even the face.
Tria is “FDA-cleared,” and prevents hair from growing back in treated areas. Have you tried laser hair removal? Would you want to do it at your own home?