The three get drunk together after taping the daytime talk show, and Sara Haines is pissed she's not invited.
As much as they may battle it out on "The View," the show's co-hosts swear they leave it all on the stage ... despite regular tabloid stories to the contrary.
On Tuesday, Sunny Hostin, Joy Behar and Meghan McCain proved they don't hate each other off-screen, while Whoopi Goldberg used the opportunity to call out the blatant sexism in articles suggesting otherwise.
"One of my favorite things about this show is how there is always so much chatter about how much we don't like each other and there's always an issue," Goldberg said at the top of the show's second segment. "Let me tell you something, three people at the table yesterday went out, got drunk, got loud and had a good time."
She then showed the photographic proof above, a shot of Sunny, Joy and Meghan throwing back some cocktails together.
"These two have a wooden leg, they can put it away," Behar said of her co-workers. "I had one cosmopolitan. If I hang out with with these girls I'm going to find myself in a hotel in Moscow ... it's not gonna work."
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"And this one's mad that we didn't invite her," she continued, pointing to Sara Haines. "I did not get invited, I happened to be standing there as these two bitches said, 'Do you wanna go to lunch?"
Haines said she experienced some major FOMO. "I was in my dressing room the whole time, no one invited me," she said. "[Husband Max Shifrin] rolls over in bed and goes, 'They were all hanging out without you.'"
"Just so you know, when you hear people go, 'Oh they so nasty," Whoopi said, then pointed to the three women. McCain interjected, "'Meghan's an ice bitch ... everyone hates her.'"
"She's not," Sunny added after McCain mimicked her haters. "Meghan's a lot of fun!"
"They don't do this to men," Goldberg said, pointing out the sexism when covering women in the business. "They don't have these conversations about men not getting along, they only do it about women."
"This is the nature of the show, we don't always agree, but we actually are grownups and can continue a conversation about the size of somebody's ...," she said, before trailing off.
"For those of you who don't drink, you can drink cider, you can do other things, you can roll things up," Goldberg added.