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Joy Behar reveals what is keeping her on ‘The View’ (exclusive)

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Joy Bihar is on sight for almost an entire quarter-century run, and the famous TV personality is opening up about the reason she’s been with the program for as long.

The 79-year-old veteran TV personality sat down with ET’s Rachel Smith to talk about the show’s new co-host Alyssa Farah Griffin, and she jokes that she keeps coming back to the show every season.

“Money,” says Bihar with a laugh. “And the geography too. I live right next door.”

“Listen, I’ve been here for 25 years — and I’ve had a self-imposed hiatus for two, I just want to point it out — but I was here most of the time, so [the new co-hosts] Know what to expect from me. I am me, I am Joy. People know me, they expect what they are getting again and again.”

Most recently, Behr talked about her two-year break from the show – from 2013 to 2015 – during an interview with Time last month, and admitted, “I was glad to be fired. I was basically sick of the show at the time for some reason, I can’t even remember why.”

Behr—who was one of the original panelists when the show launched in 1997—hosted several short-lived TV shows during its “hiatus”, but reappeared as a permanent co-host for the show’s 19th season. returned to the show. September 2015.

In that time, she has seen several co-hosts and fellow panelists on the series, and she said she is looking forward to providing Farah Griffin the new conservative voice on the panel, following Meghan McCain’s exit from the show last year.

“Alyssa’s got a completely different personality. I think it’ll be sleek, frankly,” admits Behar. “I think this girl is going to do great — I call her a girl because she’s only 32 years old.”

In addition to becoming a fixture on the Farah Griffin show, political commentator and frequent guest co-host Ana Navarro is also joining sight,

To give advice to the women, Behr said, “The show is a volleyball game, it’s not a golf game. If you know how to hit the ball and wait for it to come back, you’ll be fine. That’s the only advice.” What ever I give to anyone.”

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