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The View finally has its new lineup set — by bringing back one of the best co-hosts of all time!
Sherri Shepherd is reportedly coming back to the table on a regular basis for the first time since she left the show in August of 2014!
While comedienne Michelle Collins will be taking the full-time spot left by Rosie Perez, the fifth spot will be staying more loose.
Though Sherri is beloved by producers, they also want to bring a variety to the table.
If Dailymail.com inside sources are correct, Sherri will be a rotating host with three other women:
When people tuned into Wednesday morning's episode of the Fox News program Fox & Friends, something was different.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck was nowhere to be found!
Fellow news personality Kimberly Guilfoyle sat in for Elizabeth, and the world isn't so sure what's going on quite yet!
Co-host Steve Doocy said:
She's changed her tune!
When the return of Rosie O'Donnell was originally announced for The View's upcoming season, a lot of people had a lot of things to say!
Including this lady! But we guess she's letting bygones be bygones these days!
Elisabeth Hasselbeck recently talked to Parade Magazine and it seems like the new Fox & Friends host is finally OK with Rosie returning to a job that Elisabeth not too long ago occupied herself.
Here's what she said:
And the one-sided war of words rages on!!
The TV personality confessed:
Elisabeth Hasselbeck went on the attack yesterday, but could she have been prepared for this?!
She went on the attack during a call into her show, Fox & Friends, after hearing that Rosie O'Donnell might be returning to The View.
She made a number of wild comments including one about Rosie being someone who "spit in the face of our military, spit in the face of her own network, and really in the face of a person who stood by her and had civilized debates for the time that she was there."
And that didn't sit well with another former View co-host as Joy Behar spoke to Don Lemon on CNN and commented:
Well, there was peace between these feuding ladies for a little bit.
Despite being on vacation, Elisabeth called into the show where she now co-hosts, Fox & Friends, to discuss what is apparently heartbreaking news to her.
She started with: