After sixteen seasons, co-host Joy Behar will leave ABC's The View tomorrow.
Behar, who announced back in March she would be leaving, told TV Guide Magazine Aug. 7 her departure has part to do with her needing a different kind of life.
"I have so many other things to do," the funny lady said. "I want to write, do standup, maybe do Broadway, do acting roles, and live my life without this daily regimen. I'm done! It's scary that 16 years have passed. How the hell did this happen?"
Fans might be disappointed to hear that the TV personality reportedly has no plans to share all her wacky stories from The View with the world in a book.
"I know the book you want me to write but I'm never gonna write it! I can't write that book. You know that! I can't reveal all the nasty s--t that goes on!" Behar said.
She also shared her opinion on her replacement of Jenny McCarthy as a View cohost.
"I think it's a terrific idea. But she better watch out for Barbara Walters' wandering hand," she joked.
Don't expect the comedian to get very sentimental on her last day, that's just not her style.
"This is very liberating...It's been a great ride but, no, I do not intend to get all weepy," Bahar said. "Okay, maybe I might get a little farklempt on my final day - but I'm gonna fight it!"
The comedian took to twitter to thank her fans and The View for her time as a co-host.
The funny redhead tweeted, "Thanks to all at "The View" for a great 16 years. Watch my finale tomorrow. Not sure what to do next. I was thinking porn for the blind."