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Created in 1997 by veteran journalist Barbara Walters, "The View" is a daytime talk show hosted by women -- including Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Paula Faris and Sara Haines -- and each offers her take on the day's news during the opening "Hot Topics" segment. Later, the ladies welcome various celebrities, who join them in a chat or perform for the audience. The program also offers tips on beauty, fashion, diet and relationships. Known for their freewheeling style, the hosts are often lampooned in late-night sketches.

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Guest co-host Valerie Jarrett; 2015 Paris train attack survivors Anthony Sadler, Spencer Stone and Alek Skarlatos.
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Guest co-host Star Jones; Eric Garner's widow, Esaw Snipes; author Linsey Davis.
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Guest co-host Ana Navarro; actress Claire Danes; hot items at affordable prices.
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The Political View with Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.); Super Bowl snacks with Rachael Ray; Amber Tamblyn guest co-hosts.
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Amber Tamblyn guest hosts; Day of Hot Topics; actress Stormy Daniels.

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