Joy Behar Claims Wardrobe Malfunction On ‘The View’ Was ‘Gift To The Old Guys’


Joy Behar suffered a wardrobe malfunction on “The View” this week, claiming it was a “gift to the old guys.”

Joy Behar had a disturbing wardrobe malfunction on “The View” earlier this week that gave her audience an eyeful that nobody was asking for.
Behar’s Wardrobe Malfunction
Page Six reported that Behar, 80, suffered a wardrobe malfunction during a commercial break on Tuesday morning as her studio audience looked on in horror.

“The biggest surprise happened to us seconds ago when Joy’s bra started making all kinds of eyes at people at the table,” moderator Whoopi Goldberg explained when the show came back from the ad break.

“It was like an earthquake and suddenly the bra was like, ‘Hello!’ It was something else,” she added.

Behar was still trying to adjust her shirt as she fired back, “That was my special gift to all the old people out there on Valentine’s Day … all the old guys.”

“Well she almost put my eye out from where I was sitting,” Goldberg replied. “You know, a whole lot of people are speculating about what’s been hovering — it was her breasts — over American skies…”

“Just the left one!” Behar exclaimed as she cut off her co-host.

Check out this bizarre moment for yourself in the video below.

Behar’s Time On ‘The View’
Behar was one of the original co-hosts of “The View” when it premiered back in 1997, and though she was inexplicably fired from the show in 2013, she was brought back in 2015 and has been on it ever since. She opened up last year to TIME Magazine about what co-hosting “The View” is really like, saying that “you have a power when you have that microphone. People don’t like it.”

“They don’t like it that I’m a powerful person on ‘The View,’ saying things that they don’t like, but I’m sorry, that is where I’m at,” Behar claimed. “I’m a powerful person on ‘The View;’ I was a powerful person as a comedian holding a microphone. Too bad.”


“I’m sort of on extra time now. I don’t have to work. I don’t have to be on television,” she continued. “I don’t have to have the microphone. They want to give it to me, I’ll take it.”

Despite turning 80 last October, Behar said she has “no plans to retire.”

“I just signed a contract so I’ll be here for a while,” Behar told People Magazine around the time of her birthday. “I have no plans to retire.”

“It’s really, you know, something that is an important show in many ways,” she went on to say of the ABC talk show. “Sometimes I don’t believe that, as I’ve been here since the beginning, but we’re the most-watched show in daytime. Most-watched! I’m happy to be a part of it. So no, I’m not going anywhere. I’m having a good time.”