08:21 PM EDT 08/25/2015
Originally posted 08/07/2015 05:00PM
On Thursday, Conservative commentator Nicolle Wallace announced she was leaving The View after one year. Although the news came as a shock to viewers, the political buff isn't the first to make such an announcement on the daytime talk show.
In fact, since its 1997 premiere, The View has seen its bevy of memorable co-host exits, which also includes a two-time announcement from Rosie O'Donnell who served as co-host on the ABC show not once but twice since its inception.
While the show finalizes its new co-host picks (Michelle Collins is officially taking Rosie Perez's seat) as rumors swirl of Sherri Shepherd potentially returning to the show, we're taking a look back at some of The View's most unforgettable exists.
Originally posted 04/17/2015 08:30PM
"Then I took a deep breath and I said, 'Come on, I can do this! So many other mothers do this,' " she says
Originally posted 11/12/2014 11:00AM
The Home & Family star introduces her newborn baby girl exclusively to PEOPLE
Originally posted 10/30/2014 08:00AM
The TV personality turned author has welcomed her first child with husband Jon Falcone, her rep confirms to PEOPLE exclusively
Originally posted 09/09/2014 09:50PM
The television host, who is keeping the sex a surprise, used pink, blue and yellow decorations
Originally posted 04/18/2014 11:25AM
The TV host got married in Greece and is expecting a baby in October, she tells PEOPLE
Originally posted 02/18/2009 10:10PM
E! host Debbie Matenopoulos is alleging her estranged husband, Jay Faires, hasn't been fully honest about money he's earned prior to their split, which she is entitled to as community property, court documents filed Feb. 10 show.
"I believe [Faires] is or may be entitled to much more financially than what he has so far disclosed," Matenopoulos states in her filing. "I have also discovered that [he] may have other bank accounts, foreign and domestic, that he has not disclosed."
Faires's attorney, Gary Fishbein, denies the allegation, telling PEOPLE: "My client has made full disclosure of his assets. She's just wrong in her allegations."
Originally posted 01/28/2009 12:30PM
Debbie Matenopoulos is denying her estranged husband's claims that she "pays for nothing" while living in their multimillion-dollar Los Angeles home. Jay Faires, a music executive, is seeking spousal support from the E! host to help pay the mortgage.
"I am incredibly offended by these gross accusations and false claims that have no merit," Matenopoulos tells PEOPLE in an exclusive statement. "I am very proud to say, not only do I currently pay my own expenses, I also did so for the entire duration of our marriage."
Originally posted 01/27/2009 07:00PM
Debbie Matenopoulos's estranged husband is seeking spousal support from the E! host, saying she "pays for nothing" related to their multimillion-dollar Los Angeles home after the pair "continuously lived beyond our means," court documents show.
Jay Faires, 45, an L.A. music executive who makes $37,500 per month before taxes, is demanding that Matenopoulos, 33, either help pay the mortgage, agree to refinance, or move out and sell the home, according to his filing.
"Notwithstanding the fact that [Matenopoulos] earns at least $225,000 annually, she had her lawyers send my lawyer the cable bill and her cell phone bill to pay," Faires says. "If [she] wants to continue to live [in our home] and won't agree to sell, she should be paying all expenses associated with her use and occupancy, i.e. the mortgages, property taxes, utilities, insurance, gardener, pool, alarm, etc."
Faires, who filed for divorce on Nov. 12 after five years of marriage, admits that the couple have "continuously lived beyond our means during our marriage."
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