Whoopi Reacts After Joy “Insults” Her Publicly On The View

During the Wednesday episode of The View on ABC, long-time host Joy Behar, 80, told Whoopi Goldberg that she was “happy” when she was fired from the show back in 2013. Behar had been one of the original hosts of The View when it first appeared on television back in 1997 and was inexplicably fired from the talk show in 2013 for reasons the network did not want to reveal – but she was brought back to the program just two years later.

The topic of Joy Behar’s firing was brought up because the women on the show wanted to talk about an interview that Behar gave to Time Magazine last year. In the interview, she explained that she was “happy” to be fired from The View.

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