There’s a brand new podcast that takes us behind the scenes from previous and current moments from ABC’s day by day discuss present, The View. In the newest episode of The View: Behind the Desk (October 12), co-host Sara Haines sits down with former co-hosts Raven-Symoné, Candace Cameron Bure who have been each on the present in 2015 for a candid dialog in regards to the emotional ups and downs they each skilled on the present.
The 35-year-old joined The View as co-host on the finish of season 18 whereas Cameron Bure joined firstly of season 19. Each profitable youngster actors, the 2 stated they each felt pressured to talk up for the communities they signify; Cameron Bure a staunch Christian and Symoné who’s a part of the LGBTQ+ group.
Symoné defined that after visitor internet hosting just a few occasions, she was requested to hitch the roundtable full time. Nevertheless, she claims the way in which the daytime chat fest was initially pitched to her was fairly completely different from her precise experiences, leaving her feeling “catfished.”
“I acquired catfished,” Symoné stated. “I believed I used to be occurring a present, like Candace, the place it was popular culture and enjoyable and thrilling and I acquired catfished, and I discovered a great lesson.”
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Symoné notes that she was not conscious that the present was going to show so closely into politics and had all the time shied away from these conversations. She additionally expressed being the one LGBTQ+ member of the roundtable dialog and pressured to be the face of her group.
“The one cause I actually acquired via numerous the stuff that I did get via was due to Whoopi [Goldberg] and the producers as properly,” she defined. “There’s something wonderful about behind the scenes of The View that type of places the salve over all of the BS that’s occurring on-camera that made it tolerable to remain so long as we did.”
Take heed to the episode right here.