In this image released by ABC, co-hosts, from left, Whoopi Goldberg, Nicolle Wallace, Rosie Perez and Rosie O'Donnell appear on the set of the daytime talk show "The View," on Monday, Sept. 15, 2014 in New York. (AP Photo/ABC, Lou Rocco)
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Daytime's "The View" revealed its latest makeover Monday, opening the post-Barbara Walters era with a new set, new boss, mostly new team and a promise to be provocative again.Whoopi Goldberg is the only holdover on the daytime chatfest, which has faded in recent years as competitors sought to improve on its ensemble format. A slimmed-down Rosie O'Donnell returned for her second run, joined by actress Rosie Perez and former Republican political operative Nicolle Wallace.Backstage after the show, Goldberg said the hosts had been told the past few years to avoid political topics.O'Donnell, who has shed more than 50 pounds after a heart attack last year, sat barefoot and cross-legged in her chair, saying she's recovering from a nerve ailment."This is our chance to take our leap forward creatively," Wolff said. He said he hoped the audience would recognize that the four cast members are all smart, accomplished, able to have vigorous conversations and disagree with one another while still liking each other at the end.
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