Rosie Perez Leaving the View?

Oscar-Nominated Actress Rosie Perez has already made history on the View in only four months by being the FIRST Latina in “The View’s” 18-year history, but her time may be cut short. Sources say Perez has had some issues with reading from a teleprompter, and also has had many issues with the shows a wide range of emotional, serious, and then light topics. “The View” has been known to have very constant cast turnovers over the 18 year period the show has been airing. There are rumors that due to the constant controversies between hosts the show may actually be coming to an end and will ultimately be canceled. Controversies between cast members such as Sherry Shepherd and Jenny McCarthy (Both Fired) and in recent months Rosie O’Donnell and Whoopi Goldberg are what have been sinking the show’s ratings. Rosie Perez was actually hired after the fall out between Shepherd and McCarthy. Rosie Perez has been in Rehearsal for a Broadway play for the month of January but word is she may not be returning. ABC News did release a statement stating “Rosie Perez is currently in rehearsal for her Broadway play for the month of January. Her status with the show has not changed,”
If Rosie leaves will she be missed?

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