In a call-in interview with Good Morning America, Behar explained the important topics she wants to be sure to address on the show. “Look, what’s going on with Donald Trump right now, you know, and you just talked about the Duggars and how it’s not a very good idea, it’s not godly for a woman to be angry,” Behar said, referencing a story the show did Wednesday morning about Josh Duggar’s wife Anna. “I think I’m going to show that it is godly for a woman to be angry.
“I want to stick my two cents in. That’s my main goal in life,” Behar also joked. “I had so much fun on the show. I can’t believe it.”
Behar was a part of the cohost panel for 16 seasons before exiting the show in 2013, and she has nothing but kind things to say about her time on the show, which definitely explains her desire to return.
“I spent two years where I didn’t ever have to think about Kim Kardashian or the Duggars, and it was really kind of nice,” Behar explained. “But I remembered… all the wonderful things, [the] fun I had over there.
“I thought, let me go back and try and have some more,” she added. “That’s why I’m back.”
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Behar will be joined in Season 19 by fellow View cohost newcomers Paula Faris and Candace Cameron Bure, as well as returning panelists Whoopi Goldberg, Raven-Symoné and Michelle Collins.
Check out Behar’s full Good Morning America interview below.