Rosie Perez is packing up her opinions and leaving The View. The actress and former dancer, and the only person who made sense on the show, is said to be leaving so she can focus more on acting.

Perez joined the show last fall, and is set to leave once the season is over later this summer. The show’s executive producer, Bill Wolff, expressed kind sentiments about Perez, when he emailed the crew and cast of the show to let everyone know she wasn’t returning.

“Our friend Rosie Perez has decided to leave the show at the conclusion of this season to pursue full-time her love for acting. Stepping into the role of talk show host at the same time she has been starring on Broadway has been incredibly impressive.”

He said the show would give her a proper sendoff when she leaves and that she is welcome to return as a guest.

So now that leaves The View with Whoopi Goldberg, Raven-Symone and Nicolle Wallace. So now that leaves The View with 3 women who have worn out their welcome on daytime television.

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  • Mary Burrell

    The View is on life support and the plug needs to be pulled

  • Ajavee

    Rosie Perez is the only who has sense on “The View”. This show has went to hell especially with Raven Symone on there.

  • Khrish

    I can’t even express how sad I am that Rosie is leaving the show. She has been a breath of fresh air. I have loved her since DO THE RIGHT THING AND IN LIVING COLOR. I always l wanted to hear her take on the hot topics…Great mistake to lose her. I can’t even believe they hired Raven and lost Rosie…..what a crap shoot

  • Mary Burrell

    At least she has sense enough to get off the Titanic before it sinks.

  • RaiseTheBar

    The inference that Rosie Perez left the show of her own choosing isn’t necessarily the reason for her departure.

    She had a 1 season contract? At the end of the contract either the show or RosieP. can decide not to renew the contract.

    Former show hosts did not have their contracts renewed but were given the leeway to make public statements that the decision was their choice when it wasn’t.

    • RaiseTheBar

      Initially, “The View” was thought-provoking; then, it was a shout fest of opinionated individuals. NOW, it’s a paycheck and a blurb on a resume.