Fans worried after Joy Behar suffers nasty fall while heading on to 'The View' set

Behar bounced back soon and joked about the situation, stating, "25 years, that has never happened to me. Who do I sue?!"


                            Fans worried after Joy Behar suffers nasty fall while heading on to 'The View' set
Joy Behar took a nasty fall while she attempted to get into her seat, forcing other co-hosts and producers to rush to her rescue. (Photo by @NineDaves/Twitter)
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Joy Behar took a nasty fall while heading into the set of 'The View.' As she attempted to get into her seat, the longstanding host tripped and fell to the ground, forcing other co-hosts and producers to rush to her rescue. Thankfully, Behar bounced back soon and joked about the situation, stating, "25 years, that has never happened to me. Who do I sue?!"

The co-hosts immediately blamed the event on the show's rotating chairs. Amid encouraging applause and an enthusiastic "we love you, Joy!" shouted from the in-studio audience, co-host Whoopi Goldberg assured the audience that "these chairs move," adding that "you touch it, and you're on the ground." Sunny Hostin, another cohost, confessed that it had occurred to her as well. Goldberg shouted,  "we can't even say you can't have another glass of wine. It takes a glass of wine to get in the chair."

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Social media was quick to react to this fall as many seemed worried for Behar. One user wrote, “oh god!!!! That scared me, she’s turning 80 this year, a fall could end up causing a lot of damage at that age.” “so sorry Joy, hope you're ok.” another person added. Yet another person wrote, “I’m glad you are ok.”

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One user blamed other cohosts for not picking her up sooner. He wrote, “they should never have immediately picked her up. That’s the worst thing you can do for someone when they fall because you don’t know what damage they’ve sustained. She should’ve been checked out there on the floor and allowed to make her decision as to what she wanted done.” “I guess their 1st instinct was to try and help her up. They weren't thinking.  I hope Joy went to the dr. She mentioned herself how much danger falls can cause,” yet another person remarked. 

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When the program returned from its first commercial break, Behar joked that her husband, Steve, was undoubtedly laughing at home and messaging her about the mishap. She shared the messages, "I'm getting all these messages from people saying, 'That's a viral moment. You'll be on Page Six!' That's all that people really care about," She continued, assuring the panel that she was well, "I've fallen a lot. I'm a klutz. Just to talk seriously. When Bob Saget fell, he died. If you hit your head and you feel dizzy or you have blurred vision, you feel like you want to go to sleep, go to the doctor because that will kill you."

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Disclaimer : This is based on sources and we have been unable to verify this information independently.