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The View Cast Shocked To See A-Lister In The Audience -- Because His Mom Is A Huge Fan!

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This is SO CUTE! But also… clearly kind of a shock to the ladies at the table! On Monday’s all-new episode of The View, a huge movie star stopped by!

That’s not unusual, of course… It’s just that instead of being interviewed while promoting a new project, this one was in the audience! Related: Meghan McCain Says Jennifer Lopez Was ‘A Deeply Unpleasant Person’ On The View! Whoopi Goldberg stopped the show to address the elephant in the room, which was, in this case, a fox!

It was Ryan Reynolds! After a break, the host stopped the show to say while speaking to the audience: And there he was!

Whoopi, clearly taking in the shock, asked what the heck he was doing there! He revealed: Awww! Tapings to these shows are free as they always need an audience, but typically they’re booked weeks ahead.

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