Tuesday was a sad day for Elisabeth Hasselbeck!
The controversial commenter gave a fond farewell to her team at Fox & Friends, since it was her last day on the show. However, the 38-year-old had a tough time saying her goodbyes!
The momma-of-three teared up when co-hosts Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade showed a video montage of some of her most memorable moments on the popular program.
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The cute clip also featured various producers and co-workers raving about sweet things she did for the staff.
Hasselbeck was truly touched by the tribute, saying:
"I love you all dearly. Steve and Brian, thank you. Thank you so much. I've been so blessed by all of you."
The TV personality just gushed about everyone she worked with on the show, adding:
"God is good to me to put me in the hands of this team, and what you do every day, you really put freedom first."
And she didn't forget to thank stage manager Joel Fulton, exclaiming:
"From day one, you never let me get in the wrong spot, you guided me here, I'm so thankful for you."
Of course, The View alum also expressed her gratitude to FOX News Chairman Roger Ailes – who brought her on to the show in 2013 — saying:
"He gave me two gifts. He gave me the opportunity to join you all in this family, and two, he gave me an outstanding amount of understanding guidance when I decided to make this decision and go home."
The provocative panelist announced last month that she'd be leaving Fox & Friends to spend more time with her children, Taylor, Isaiah, and Grace.
Ch-ch-check out Elisabeth's teary goodbye (below)!
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