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Jenny McCarthy and Sherri Shepherd are out.

Might Sarah Palin be in?!?

In light of The View shake-up announced late last month, The former Vice Presidential candidate was asked if she would help co-anchor a talk show.

"Maybe," Palin told The Hollywood Reporter. "But the politics would have to be interspersed with a whole lot of fun and real life and inspiration showcasing American work ethic, because those topics are all pretty much the antithesis of today’s politics, which I find incorrigibly disastrous!"

Sarah Palin in New York

Palin then proved that she follows current pop culture events and specifically cited the ABC gabfest.

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Is The Bachelorette star Andi Dorfman joining The View in the place of Jenny McCarthy and Sherri Shepherd, both of whom are leaving the daytime gab-fest?

ABC is looking to keep the new co-hosts in the network family and is considering the telegenic and extremely likable Andi, according to new reports.

Quite a contrast from Juan Pablo Galavis, who they couldn't wait to be rid of.

Andi Pic

“They want to test her out and see if she would work out in the mold of The View," says a source close to the production of the long-running program.

"The folks at ABC have tons of decisions to make including bringing Barbara back, they are going to make a serious splash when they rework the show."

"The potential to bring Andi in is something they are definitely considering.”

Prosecutor Andi has already been rumored to be on the job market once The Bachelorette wraps, having resigned from the D.A.'s office in Atlanta.

At the same time, she's expressed interest in returning to her job, and if The Bachelorette spoilers are true, Atlanta may still be her best city to call home.

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The View is getting a major makeover.

ABC confirmed on Thursday that neither Sherri Shepherd nor Jenny McCarthy will return to the afternoon talk show this fall, with the former saying via statement:

"It’s been seven wonderful years on The View and after careful consideration it is time for me to move on. I am extremely grateful to Barbara Walters and Bill Gedde for giving me the opportunity.

"I look forward to the business opportunities that lay ahead for me and I am incredibly grateful to my View family and my fans for supporting me on this journey."

Sherri Shepherd, Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg

Shepherd's exit comes as a bit of a surprise, but talk of McCarthy leaving has been circulating for weeks now.

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Tick... tick... tick...

Time may be running out for Jenny McCarthy on The View.

The beautiful blonde's contract with the ABC talk show expires in January - and sources tell Fox News that she's unlikely to be brought back for a second year, now after her hiring failed to boost ratings.

Jenny Mac on The View

"Jenny just didn’t appeal to the daytime audience market. They couldn’t relate to her,” a source tells FOX411. “There are a lot of changes taking place now that Barbara [Walters] has left."

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Bethenny Frankel's talk show was canceled back in February, and the former Real Housewife claimed she was happy it was over, as she felt "diluted" and "constricted" by the daytime chat format.

Well, apparently she felt even more diluted and constricted by not getting a paycheck, because new reports indicate that Bethenny is in "serious talks" to join the long-running panel discussion show "The View."

Pic of Bethenny Frankel

"The View is looking for someone to spice up the show," a source tells VH1. "Someone with lots of opinions and a big personality and Bethenny is at the top of the list."

As an opinionated, highly vocal co-host with a reality TV background, Frankel would make an ideal replacement for former Survivor contestant Elisabeth Hasselbeck. Hasselbeck left The View last year for a gig at Fox News.

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Despite the fact that she has no projects to promote and her reality show has been canceled by Oprah, Lindsay Lohan has been on a full-blown media bender for the past 24 hours. 

Guess that's better than her usual benders.

Lindsay Lohan on The View

Lindsay admitted her sex list was real on last night's Watch What Happens Live and this morning she co-hosted The View, where she shared more lies and not-so-stunning revelations.

Linds kicked the episode off by proclaiming that her sobriety is going "great," and Whoopi Goldberg proved why she's an Oscar winner by somehow managing to keep a straight face.

Goldberg then asked Lohan about her trip to Coachella last weekend, which Lindsay said was better than previous years, because she was in a "different headspace." By which she probably means her head was full of cocaine.

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Gabrielle Union opened up to the ladies of The View about how she coped with sexual assault.

The actress was raped at gunpoint at the age of 19. Now she's sharing how she embraced being a survivor and let go of being a victim. 

The 41-year-old beauty revealed that she "got sick of people letting me off the hook."

"Being a victim is so comfortable. People give you attention, people are nurturing… When something catastrophic happens, everyone rallies around you."

But "The Think Like a Man" star didn't want to be treated that way because she went through something traumatic.

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Somehow, Miley Cyrus faking oral sex on Bill Clinton is NOT the most disturbing thing we've posted on our site today.

Earlier today on The View, 66-year Barbara Walters said that not only does she use a vibrator... she's even given a name to her personal sex toy!

She calls it "Selfie" and she talks about it here and don't say we didn't warn you.

Walters, meanwhile, created a stir of a very different kind this month when she passionately (blindly?) defended Woody Allen against Mia Farrow's sexual assault claims.

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Rosie O'Donnell returned to The View today, seven years after leaving her spot as a host on the daytime talk show.

And the panel wasted no time getting straight to some controversial topics, bringing up Dylan Farrow's accusations against Woody Allen and asking for Rosie's take on them.

“I totally believe her," O'Donnell said simply, citing the 1992 investigation that did NOT result in charges against the director and telling folks to read the documents because:

"There was cause to prosecute, but they thought would be too traumatic for the 7-year-old child.”

Earlier this week, Barbara Walters defended Allen in a very awkward exchange between View colleagues, one that made the long-time reporter sound like she's in complete denial.

Take note of Walters' face here as Rosie states her stance:

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The reverberations of Dylan Farrow's sexual abuse allegations against Woody Allen continue to be felt throughout Hollywood.

Over the weekend, the step-daughter of this award-winning director wrote in The New York Times that Allen abused her multiple times when she was a child, calling out specific celebrities in Hollywood for continuing to stand up for their fellow star.

Alec Baldwin has replied by saying the situation is no one's business, while Cate Blanchett has simply said she hopes the family finds peace.

Today on The View, meanwhile, Barbara Walters defended Allen by saying he's a "loving" dad to his two daughters with wife Soon-Yi, while adding that his sexual relationship with then-17-year old Soon-Yi (who was his stepchild at the time they started dating) does not make Dylan's accusations any more likely to be true.

It sure does sound like someone is in major denial here, as Walters' colleagues couldn't believe their ears. Watch the tense exchange now: