This is really sad to hear.
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The view from this fallout is gonna be good!
While most daytime talk shows thrive due to the charming relationships between the casts, the same cannot be said for The View.
We're hearing Joy is close to getting
Just because 2015 came to an end does not mean its scandals are over!
It's may be a new year, but the Bill Cosby controversy is as heated as ever now that he's been arrested for a sexual assault that took place 11.5 years ago — narrowly fitting into Pennsylvania's 12 year statute of limitation.
And with the case getting even more attention due to as many as 50 women wanting to testify against him, things started to get a bit confusing when the women of The View started addressing Bill's arraignment and Camille Cosby's deposition.
Luckily, CNN legal analyst Sunny Hostin was part of the panel on Monday and was able to explain the upcoming trial more clearly to her cohosts… and she actually made the whole thing much more understandable.
In addition to Sunny's legal take on the arrest, Whoopi Goldberg was the most vocal about the fate of Bill Cosby.
The comedian — who infamously came under fire for defending Cosby when his accusers first started coming forward — would only go so far as neutral, saying:
Well, this wasn't too helpful…
After the Real Housewives star confided to Andy Cohen that she felt disrespected on the ABC talk show, the former Disney star tried to make peace with a public apology, but it didn't really do the trick.
In fact, while speaking to BeGlammed for her 30th birthday party, Raven tried to say sorry, saying:
Whoopi cannot be bothered.
While appearing on Watch What Happens Live! Wednesday night, a caller asked Whoopi her thoughts on the whole controversy… but she needed Andy Cohen and fellow guest Billy Eichner's help to even understand the issue.
Ch-ch-check out Whoopi not giving NeNe the time of day on WWHL (below)!!!
If you want to know what somebody really thinks about something, ask NeNe Leakes — she will NOT hold back!
Ch-ch-check out what NeNe had to say about Joy, Raven, and the "real nasty-like" cast of The View (below)!!!
We think we're on NeNe's side on this one.
While Thursday's episode saw Joy Behar, Michelle Collins, and Paula Faris get in some trouble for their jokes about eating disorders, their more prolific scandal actually happened during Wednesday's taping.
Well, we could tell that the segment was extremely awkward due to Whoopi Goldberg and Joy constantly judging the Reality TV star, but in a recent interview with E! News, NeNe actually doubled down on her original Twitter statement, saying:
Have they learned nothing?
The View may be about five to six people sitting around chatting about hot topics and pop culture, but it's also one of the most controversial shows on television.
And with another day comes another scandal, because a few of the panelists had to apologize for some distasteful jokes they made about eating disorders on Thursday's episode.
Naturally, the comedians of the group, Joy Behar and Michelle Collins, were quick to take things too far joking about anorexia and bulimia, clearly making Candace Cameron Bure uncomfortable — since she's spoken out about her own history of eating disorders.
It's not the worst thing they've ever gotten in trouble for, but we just can't believe ABC still lets them talk about anything even slightly triggering.
Ch-ch-check out The View's latest controversy (above) and subsequent apology (below)!!!