Whoopi Goldberg Next to Be Fired from The View?
With the 19th season of The View officially beginning Tuesday, September 8, 2015 and a huge shakeup over the past year with the cast, will this be the last season for the main host of the show, Whoopi Goldberg?
The shake up at The View has been ongoing for the past two years. First we saw Sherri Shepherd and Jenny McCarthy fired from the daytime talk show at the end of Season 17 and Season 18 of the show was not much better with Rosie Perez and Nicolle Wallace coming and going in the same season. Not to mention Rosie O’Donell coming and going and then coming and going again over the years.
Goldberg has been with The View for the past seven years and has been with the show even when the ratings took a deep dive. Can she be to blame? She isn’t helping the ratings, so we have to wonder why is she still there and will she be the next co-host to be fired?
Season 19 of The View has the official co-hosts of the show – Joy Behar, Candace Cameron Bure and Paula Faris along with a new team of contributors on politics, style, food, culture, beauty and wellness. Those contributors include Padma Lakshmi, Stacy London, Molly Sims, Sherri Shepherd and Ana Navarro–Navarro.
The View began 19 years ago when Barbara Walters created and produced the hit series where smart women engage in entertaining and thought-provoking conversation.
Once again, Goldberg will be moderator at the table but The View producers are promising more pop culture (can that mean the Kardashian Family will make an appearance), more politics, more humor and more hot topics.
What do you think – Will Whoopi Goldberg continue to moderate The View? Or will she end up being fired, as well?
We have the complete cast of The View below:
Whoopi Goldberg (Moderator) — Goldberg has moderated “The View” since joining the show in 2007. She is one of a very elite group of artists and entertainers who have won the Grammy, the Academy Award, the Golden Globe, the Emmy and a Tony.
Joy Behar – Behar is among today’s leading comic talents performing on the stage, film and television. Along with the 2009 Daytime Emmy® Award for Outstanding Talk Show Host, she is also the recipient of three MAC awards, a CableAce award, and a 2000 GLAAD award for her outstanding friendship to the Gay community. Behar has hosted her own shows including a call in radio show on WABC, “The Joy Behar Show” on HLN and “Say Anything” on Current TV.
Candace Cameron Bure –best known for her role as “D.J. Tanner” on the iconic family sitcom “Full House,” Cameron Bure continues to flourish in the entertainment industry as a role model to women of all ages. She is currently filming her lead in the new series, “Fuller House,” where she is reprising her role as ‘D.J.’
Keep reading to find out who more about the co-hosts and contributors of The View.