ABC’s The View has garnered a controversial reputation due to its fiery debates and sharp remarks among its hosts. Critics argue that the show’s presenters often prioritize their political viewpoints over constructive discussion.

While the program attempts to draw in viewers with provocative comments and confrontations, its future remains uncertain, especially as Disney considers divesting from the struggling network.

In a recent episode of Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi, a prominent figure in pop culture, made headlines with her candid comments about Joy Behar, one of the co-hosts of The View.

When asked about her encounters with various celebrities, Snooki didn’t hold back in expressing her opinions about Behar, surprising Cohen with her honesty.

Snooki named Behar as the “rudest celebrity” she had encountered since rising to fame on “Jersey Shore” over the past 14 years.

Cohen, taken aback, sought clarification, asking if Behar had truly been “rude” to her.

“Joy was so mean to me,” the MTV star affirmed without hesitation.

Intrigued, Cohen pressed for details. Snooki alleged, “She cornered me in the bathroom!” and added, “And said, ‘You’re not Italian!’”

Curious about Snooki’s reaction during the alleged incident, Cohen inquired further. Snooki simply replied, “I said, ‘OK, ma’am.’”

Although Snooki did not specify when this encounter took place, she had posted a video in early 2011 mocking Behar. The now-deleted clip, captured by TMZ, featured Snooki and her friend Jenni Farley impersonating elderly Jewish women.

In the video, Snooki portrayed “Joy B” and made derogatory remarks about herself, labeling Behar an “Italian wannabe” and mocking her disdain for the “Jersey Shore” cast, humorously blaming such individuals for ruining her childhood during “the Great Depression.”