Joy Behar e Sara Haines sono tornate ai loro post su “The View” il 18 luglio dopo essere state notevolmente scomparse per diversi episodi. Il talk show della ABC – che presenta Behar e Haines insieme a Whoopi Goldberg, Sonny Hostin e Anna Navarro – ha visto la sua buona dose di confusione nel cast, spingendo i fan a informarsi sulle assenze improvvise. “Dov’è Joy? Il giorno in cui guardo questa settimana e Dan Abrams si sta sostituendo? Booooo,” un fan ha twittatomentre un altro ha scritto“Dov’è Sara Haines e Joy Behar? Per favore, non dirmi che Joy si è ritirata!”
However, Goldberg calmed worried fans, providing a brief explanation about why the beloved co-hosts were missing from the daytime program. "Sara is still out with COVID. Joy does not have Covid," Goldberg said (via Decider), while jokingly adding, "She's getting over something else, the flu, or maybe she's pregnant. I don't know." Now, both hosts have returned to the panel and they are speaking out about their absences.
Joy Behar and Sarah Haines were both ill
After taking a few days away from their hosting duties, Joy Behar and Sarah Haines have rejoined the cast of "The View." Moderator Whoopi Goldberg announced the pair's return to the show before reminding everyone that she previously told the audience Behar was pregnant. "I'm the Virgin Mary," Behar responded, adding, "I'm here to remind everyone that there are diseases out there besides COVID. I had a virus, that's it. A very strong virus. I tested negative in five PCR tests." Haines then went on to confirm that she did test positive for COVID, but initially thought she was suffering from a sinus infection.
And while the news of Behar and Haines' return is sure to excite fans, the show is still on the hunt for a co-host to replace Meghan McCain. According to the New York Post, former Donald Trump staffer and frequent "The View" guest-host Alyssa Farrah Griffin is "the frontrunner" among contenders.