Alyssa Farah Griffin and Ana Navarro Have Been Announced As New Co-Hosts Of The View

Alyssa Farah Griffin and Ana Navarro Have Been Announced As New Co-Hosts Of The View ...

On Thursday, August 4, two new full-time permanent co-hosts of The View were announced as their new official co-hosts! They will replace Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Sunny Hostin, andSara Haines when the show returns for its next season!

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Whoopi announced that the search for our new co-host was over. After 29 visits to the program, we are now officially welcoming Alyssa Farah Griffin to the stage.

Alyssa came to sit at the table and expressed her joy to be a part of The View. If anyone had ever told me that I would be sitting at a table with Whoopi Goldberg, I would have said, You are crazy. Every day on the set, you ladies, I am so honored to have found my voice. I was a presidents spokesperson. I was a vice presidents spokesperson.

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Whoopi made the long-awaited announcement that Ana would be her official co-host. She accepted Sunny and Joy's acceptance, before jokingly thanking fans for their continued support. Ana will travel back and forth from New York to her home in Miami several days a week.

Alyssa has been a frequent guest during season 25 of The View. After she announced that her successor to Trump would step down in August 2021, she was revealed as one of the many conservative women who would be sitting alongside the co-hosts.

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Ana has only become a permanent co-host since 2013, and she has been a regular, weekly guest co-host since 2018. Back in September, she made headlines when she and fellow co-host Sunny Hostin were rushed off-set ahead of their interview with Vice PresidentKamala Harris. The ladies were later revealed to be a false positive.

Ana is no stranger to working with Republican politicians. She has held various positions as Florida Governor Jeb Bush and late SenatorJohn McCain. Along with her political work, she has contributed to CNN and ABC News.

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