‘The View’ Will Feature Condoleezza Rice, Mia Love And More, As Meghan McCain Replacement Search Continues

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Katie Jerkovich Entertainment Reporter
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ABC has revealed a long list of guest co-hosts “The View” will feature, including Condoleezza Rice, Mia Love and more, as the search continues to replace Meghan McCain.

“25 years is such an incredible milestone,” executive producer Brian Teta shared in a statement to Mediaite in a piece published Monday. (RELATED: ‘I’m Just Going To Rip The Band-Aid Off’: Meghan McCain Announces She’s Leaving ‘The View’)

“We have so much planned to honor this amazing platform that Barbara Walters created,” the statement added. “I can’t think of a better way to kick off that celebration than by welcoming the co-hosts back to the iconic View table and to have them in front of a live studio audience again.”

“We have some truly exciting plans to celebrate this anniversary all season long,” Teta’s statement continued. “We’ll be inviting back all of our legendary lineup of former View co-hosts to guest as well as ‘taking a little time’ to find our next permanent cohost to join the panel.” (RELATED: ‘My Ancestors Fought In The American Revolution’: Meghan McCain Speaks Out On Meghan Markle Interview As ‘#AbolishTheMonarchy’ Trends)

The line-up of guest co-hosts includes former secretary of state under President George W. Bush, Condoleezza Rice, CNN host S.E. Cupp, former Republican Utah congresswoman Mia Love, CNN analyst Mary Katharine Ham, former Fox News host Eboni K. Williams and former communication’s director with President Donald Trump, Alyssa Farah, among others.

McCain’s last day on the show was August 6 at the end of the 24th season. The former co-host labeled the last four years on and of the show “the best of times and the worst of times.”

The former Fox News host joined in 2017 and repeatedly generated headlines, as she went head-to-head in heated arguments with her co-hosts as the outspoken, conservative voice. She announced she was leaving in July.

The new season kicks of September 7 and will be the first time the show will be back in studio in New York City since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.