01:55 AM EDT 10/10/2015
Originally posted 10/09/2015 09:00AM
Get ready to spend the evening at Joy Behar's house.
The comedian is hosting a new TLC series, Late Night Joy, PEOPLE can exclusively reveal.
Joy Behar on Lying About Star Jones' Weight Loss, Walking off the Stage with Bill O'Reilly and Rosie's Failed Return to The View
Originally posted 09/22/2015 04:00PM
During his SiriusXM show Deep & Shallow with Andy Cohen, Cohen inquired about Behar's lowest point during her long-running career with the ABC morning show.
The View Disputes Nicole Arbour's Claims That She Overheard Co-Host Michelle Collins Call Nurses 'Wannabe Doctors'
Originally posted 09/19/2015 09:50AM
Miss America CEO Weighs In on Joy Behar's Apology – as More Advertisers Pull Commercials from The View
Originally posted 09/18/2015 09:00PM
Controversy surrounding The View shows no sign of quieting down.
Originally posted 09/18/2015 12:55PM
The View is doing some damage control.
On Friday's broadcast, co-host Joy Behar announced they would be celebrating nurses in the wake of the recent media firestorm that erupted when Behar and co-host Michelle Collins earlier this week made controversial on-air comments about nurses that cost them two advertisers.
"After we made comments about the Miss America broadcast and the talent performance by Miss Colorado, we heard from many of you," said Behar. "You let us know that you were offended by some of our comments, and, believe me, we were listening. We apologize for our remarks, and we know how vitally important nurses are."
The View Advertisers Pull Out Following Backlash Against Co-Host Joy Behar Mocking Miss America Nurse Monologue
Originally posted 09/17/2015 04:30PM
Johnson & Johnson and Eggland's Best, two of The View's advertisers, have pulled the plug on the talk show in the wake of the recent backlash that erupted on Monday when co-host Joy Behar made controversial comments about nurses on-air.
Originally posted 09/16/2015 05:35PM
The View found itself in hot water after Joy Behar made controversial comments about nurses on-air earlier this week, and the American Nurses Association has spoken up – and the comedian has apologized.
"Each and every day, the nation’s 3.4 million registered nurses provide expert, high-quality and compassionate care, as well as dedicated leadership from the bedside to the boardroom," reads a Wednesday statement from ANA President Pamela F. Cipriano. "We are the frontline caregivers, 24 hours, 7 days a week, who are with individuals from birth, throughout their lifespan and at the end of life. … That's why it was disturbing when Joy Behar used her national platform and influence to mock Miss America contestant Kelley Johnson for wearing a 'doctor's stethoscope' while performing a dramatic monologue about her experience as a registered nurse during the pageant's talent competition, as if Johnson were wearing a costume."
Originally posted 09/08/2015 12:25PM
Whoopi Goldberg made light of the ever-changing cast of The View on the season 19 premiere on Tuesday.
In reference to the coffee cups each of the co-hosts have on the table, which have paper stickers with the name of the show on them, Goldberg joked: "We used to have our faces on [our mugs] because people stuck around."
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.
Joy Behar Says She Rejected an Offer to Return to The View: 'They Wouldn't Really Negotiate Well Enough for Me'
Originally posted 07/30/2015 11:30AM
In the latest on The View casting drama, former co-host Joy Behar says she rejected an offer to return to the show, which she left after 16 seasons.
In an interview with WBAZ's Walker Vreeland on Wednesday, the 72-year-old comedian said she was approached about the possibility of returning to the ABC talk show.
"They’ve come to me, and we couldn't make a deal," Behar said.
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