Joy Behar continues to add fuel to her fire.
The View host appeared on Bravo's Watch What Happens: Live with Andy Cohen Tuesday night and controversy quickly arose when Cohen brought up Behar's former co-host, Rosie O'Donnell.
"Were you surprised when she left last year?" Cohen asked.
"This not the first time she's left. She's left before. She's like the Sarah Palin of television. She quits in the middle of her job!" Behar quipped. "But you know, she's so rich, and she's the first person to tell you, she don't care."
While producers may have seen an opportunity for higher ratings when O'Donnell signed on with the show for the second time in July 2014, Behar saw the foils in their plan.
"I know what a strong personality she has. I know what a strong personality Whoopi Goldberg has. I know what the producers were thinking, and I didn't think it would work out, and it didn't," Behar said of her fellow talk show host, who left the show again in February, citing personal reasons.
The media maven didn't stop at dishing on just O'Donnell. During a round of Plead the Fifth, a game where Behar had to answer at least two out of three juicy questions, she admitted the one thing that annoyed her the most about television legend, Barbara Walters, who starred on the The View with Behar for 16 seasons.
"She always plugged every little thing that she was doing," the spitfire answered candidly.
But when asked who has been the worst co-host to work with, she kept her lips sealed.
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Behar was already in scalding hot water for mocking Miss America's second runner up, Miss Colorado Kelley Johnson, just a week into the show's newest season. On The View Tuesday, Behar joked about the winner's talent portion, which featured a monologue of her experiences as a nurse. Behar poked fun at the stethoscope she wore throughout the performance, asking, "Why does she have a doctor's stethoscope on?"
The question sparked an uproar from nurses across the country who felt disrespected by the co-hosts ignorance, many noting that they use stethoscopes hourly to monitor their patients' health to potentially save their lives.
Cat got your tongue, Joy?
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