Thursday’s episode of “The View” began with an unexpected twist when co-host Joy Behar slipped and fell off her chair. The incident occurred when Behar entered the studio to sit down. Behar, 79, fell off her chair, causing her co-hosts to rush to her aid. The moment was caught on camera and went viral on social media, leaving fans and viewers concerned for Behar’s well-being.
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As soon as Behar fell, her co-hosts quickly came to her aid. Whoopi Goldberg was the first to reach for her, followed by Sunny Hostin, Sara Haines and Ana Navarro. Goldberg noted that the chairs at the show were movable, making it easy to fall. Hostin acknowledged that it happened to everyone at some point, but Behar disagreed, saying that it had never happened to her in 25 years on the show.
Behar, who has a reputation for being funny and light-hearted, seemed to take the fall in stride. She even joked that her husband was probably at home laughing at her. However, as the show continued, she reminded viewers that falls can be dangerous and even fatal. Behar stressed the importance of seeking medical attention if a person feels dizzy, has blurred vision or feels sleepy after a fall.
The co-hosts’ discussion of Behar’s fall continued throughout the episode, with Goldberg clarifying that Haines did not trip Behar or cause her fall. Goldberg noted that viewers on social media blamed Haines for being responsible for Behar’s downfall. Haines denied the allegations, and Behar joked that Haines would never do that because she’s too sweet.
Despite the incident, “The View” continued its usual mix of political commentary and entertainment news. The show has always been known for its lively discussions and heated debates, and Behar’s downfall was just another unexpected moment in its long history.
As the episode continued, Behar joked that the chair moved when she tried to sit down again. She even vowed to work on making her rear end a little bigger just for the sake of the chair. The comment was met with laughter from the audience and showed that even after the unexpected fall, Behar was able to make light of the situation.
“The View” has been on the air since 1997 and has seen many co-hosts over the years. Behar, who has been with the show since its inception, is known for her quick wit and ability to inject humor into even the most serious of discussions. While her fall was cause for concern, it was also a reminder that an accident can happen to anyone, even on live television.
Despite the incident, “The View” continued with its usual mix of political commentary and entertainment news, reminding viewers that even unexpected moments can be turned into moments of humor and laughter.
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25 years Hell I did not know about the show until maybe 2 years and have never watched