With the co-hosts of The View seemingly in constant turnover, the remaining hosts are revealing their thoughts on what's been going on lately.
Both Raven-Symoné and Candace Cameron Bure have now exited The View after relatively short runs as permanent co-hosts. This adds to a growing trend among new co-hosts, with Rosie O'Donnell, Rosie Perez, Nicolle Wallace and Michelle Collins all having their own short stays with the daytime chat-fest.
Now, the lineup consists of Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Paula Faris, Sara Haines, Sunny Hostin and Jedediah Bila, with the latter four being relatively new to the show. Many of these co-hosts spoke with E! News recently about all that turnover and whether we'll be seeing new faces anytime soon.
"I don't know that there will be new additions because we have six people with five chairs," Hostin said. "So, with the sixth person, it allows us all to do other projects. I feel that we all like each other, really like each other. We're all friends."
"Well, we all make jokes about how many people there are, so I wouldn't guess that they're trying to add more," Haines agreed. "I like the way it looks now."
With the exit of Cameron Bure, the show lost the most prominent conservative voice on the panel but the conservative-leaning Bila is hoping to maintain the balance of political views in the future.
"My hope for the show is that we have a balance at the table always," Bila said. "It's called 'The View' and I hope everyone around the country can say that person just spoke to me, for me a little bit. So I hope we continue to have the balance we've always had."
Meanwhile, Behar, who has been with the show from the beginning (with a break from 2013-15), isn't too worried about The View.
"This show has always been a rotating cocktail party as far as I'm concerned," she said. "I've been here for many years-they come, they go, they sit, they leave, they have bigger careers, they have smaller careers...it's like, whatever."