Gloria Cain Will Do Fox News Interview After All

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NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 07:  Sharon Bialek (R) listens as her attorney Gloria Allred (L) speaks during a news conference to accuse Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain of sexual harassment more than a decade ago on November 7, 2011 in New York City. Bialek is the fourth woman to accuse Cain of inappropriate behavior when he was while CEO of the National Restaurant Association. She stated she is speaking out because she wanted to give "a face and a voice" to support the other accusers who have remained anonymous.  (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
Gloria Cain counterweight to another Gloria, Allred (left). (Spencer Platt/Getty Images) Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images

After canceling a planned Fox News interview a little over a week ago, Gloria Cain, wife of alleged gropy-hands presidential candidate Herman Cain, now plans to sit down with the network's Greta Van Susteren in a segment likely to air Monday, the Times reports.

This about-face by Cain's wife, noticeably absent from the campaign trail, is likely thanks to the ongoing sexual harassment debacle that is starting to weigh down her husband's bid for the presidency. (Though Cain has yet to lose many core supporters, his momentum has stalled and his negatives are way up — so much so that political lifer Newt Gingrich is getting a second look.) Aside from the obligatory "How do these accusations against your husband make you feel?" we're also hoping Van Susteren probes another hot subject: "Are you upset at  being left out of the new reality TV show, Real Political Wives of the 2012 Campaign?"