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Jenny McCarthy Joining The View | Jenny McCarthy

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Jenny McCarthy Will Join The View

Originally posted 07/15/2013 11:55AM

One bubbly, perky – and outspoken – blonde is about to be replaced by another.

Less than a week after the departure of Elisabeth Hasselbeck from the syndicated daytime talkfest The View comes confirmation that Jenny McCarthy will succeed her when the show returns for its 17th season Sept. 9.

"YUP, I'M DOING 'THE VIEW'!" McCarthy trumpeted on her blog Monday. "When word got out that Joy [Behar] was leaving 'The View,' I knew that the timing of my desire and her departure might be serendipitous for me."

"Jenny brings us intelligence as well as warmth and humor," the show's original host and co-executive producer Barbara Walters said in a statement released by ABC Monday morning.

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Elisabeth Hasselbeck Says An Emotional Goodbye to  The View

Elisabeth Hasselbeck Bids Emotional Goodbye to The View

Originally posted 07/10/2013 12:45PM

After spending a decade on The View, Elisabeth Hasselbeck marked her final appearance on the ABC daytime talk show with an emotional goodbye.

On Wednesday, Hasselbeck, 36, walked arm-in-arm with Barbara Walters before taking a seat at the table for what would be her last time.

"The past 10 years have been nothing short of extraordinary," Hasselbeck said after thanking the show’s producer Bill Geddie and co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar – who announced earlier this year that she'll be exiting the show – Sherri Shepherd and Walters.

"I did some math last night, and I think I’ve have had over 3,000 days working by your side," she told Walters. "I can’t ask for a better leader or mentor. You are the best that there is."

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Elisabeth Hasselbeck Leaving The View for Fox News

Elisabeth Hasselbeck Leaving The View for Fox News

Originally posted 07/09/2013 08:00PM

Elisabeth Hasselbeck is soon going to have a whole new view.

The conservative voice on ABC's The View for the last decade is headed to Fox's daytime talk show Fox & Friends, replacing Gretchen Carlson, who'll be getting her own daytime Fox show in the fall.

Her last day on The View is Wednesday.

"We will miss her and wish her everything good," View co-host and executive producer Barbara Walters said in a statement.

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Barbara Walters: Elisabeth Is Not Being Fired from The View

Barbara Walters: Elisabeth Hasselbeck Is Not Being Fired from The View

Originally posted 03/11/2013 11:25AM

Not so fast.

Following last week's news that original co-host Joy Behar will be leaving The View, along with rumors that Brooke Shields will be coming aboard to replace Elisabeth Hasselbeck, Barbara Walters attempted to set the record straight on Monday's program.

Walters, who made her entrance at the top of the show on Hasselbeck's arm, looked at the camera and said she wished to address "a particularly false story." She said that reports that Hasselbeck's opposing political views, as expressed on the show, were not forcing her removal.

"We love Elisabeth," said Walters, who also said that the others appreciate her political differences, too.

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Brooke Shields: Will She Join The View?

Originally posted 03/11/2013 09:20AM

Get ready for a whole new View.

Following the news that Joy Behar is leaving the daytime talk show after 16½ years, fans are buzzing with who will become the new face at the table.

According to Showbiz411.com, Brooke Shields may be a contender for Behar's spot.

"She has been asked to co-host a few times," a source tells PEOPLE of Shields, 47. "They love her and she enjoys it."

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Joy Behar Leaving The View | Joy Behar

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Joy Behar Leaving The View

Originally posted 03/08/2013 07:25AM

It sounds like Joy Behar will be taking in The View from the sidelines.

The contract is up for the daytime talk show host, 70, and she has told ABC that she's moving on to hopefully host a new interview show, according to Deadline.com. Friday's Good Morning America, which, like The View, airs on ABC, also announced her departure.

Behar is the second-to-last cast original cast member to remain on the show since it first aired 16½ years ago. Should Behar leave, Barbara Walters will be the only one remaining.

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Star Jones Returns to The View, Recalls 'Ugly' Departure

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Star Jones Returns to The View, Recalls 'Ugly' Departure

Originally posted 02/22/2012 01:10PM

Star Jones returned to The View Wednesday – her first visit to the ABC talk show since her much talked-about departure in June 2006.

"It was ugly. Everything. It was a bad emotional time. Nasty things were being said in the media," Jones said after her former boss, Barbara Walters, insisted on discussing her exit, when the host abruptly announced she was leaving on the air, then revealed she had been fired by the show.

"I wanted to go out on my own terms so that if I walked back here I'd feel good about it," Jones continued. "I had eight fantastic years here. One was 'eh.' I came back to congratulate you on all you accomplished. I hope you congratulate me on what I accomplished."

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Joy Behar: I Wouldn't Wed Until the In-Laws Were Dead | Joy Behar

Joy Behar: I Wouldn't Wed Until the In-Laws Were Dead

Originally posted 11/07/2011 01:50PM

Joy Behar originally said it was the passage of gay marriage legislation in New York that finally encouraged her to say "I do" to Steve Janowitz, her beau of 29 years.

But now The View co-host admits there was an additional factor involved.

"I waited until all the parents were dead," Behar, 69, said on Monday's Rachael Ray. "So I have no in-laws at all. He has none and I have none. 'Cause marriage is mostly about in-laws, I find. They always want you to visit them and come for lasagna."








 In-laws aren't the only thing about marriage Behar hoped to avoid.

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What You Don't Know About Joy Behar's Marriage | Joy Behar

Joy Behar's Marriage: What You Don't Know

Originally posted 10/04/2011 12:05PM

It only took 29 years for Joy Behar and longtime beau Steve Janowitz to tie the knot.

After a broken engagement in 2009, the couple finally wed in New York City in August – so what prompted The View co-host to make it official?

"I only married Steve because I got tired of waiting for Wolf Blitzer to ask me," Behar joked in a comedic list called "10 Things You Don't Know About My Marriage" which she wrote for The Huffington Post.

Behar did get serious about her nuptials on The View, saying that the recent passage of gay marriage legislation in New York and the rights married couples enjoy informed her decision.

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Sherri Shepherd, Joy Behar Share Wedding Details on The View

Originally posted 09/06/2011 12:00PM



The View returned to ABC Tuesday to launch its 15th season on the air – but the ladies had even bigger milestones to discuss.

While on their summer hiatus, Sherri Shepherd tied the knot with Lamar Sally on Aug. 13 in Chicago, and her co-host Joy Behar said I do with her longtime partner Steve Janowitz the day before.

"I'm going to make this marriage work if it kills me," Shepherd, who wore her wedding dress and sky-high, sparkling wedding shoes, said at the top of the hour on Tuesday.

Shepherd, whose wedding was filmed for a Style Network special scheduled to air Sept. 13, told the audience about a close call during the celebration. "One of my bridesmaids, I think it was Niecy Nash, said, 'Don't wear any underwear," Shepherd said. "They knew me and Sal had been celibate for 11 months, so [she wanted me to do] anything [I could] do to get him turned back on."

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