Joy Behar mocks ‘The View’ co-host Sara Haines’ outfit: A ‘Christmas celebration’

Not enjoying her “View.”

Joy Behar teased Sara Haines for wearing a festive outfit on Friday’s episode of “The View.”

The five co-hosts sat down at the table when Behar began to explain why all the women were wearing red outfits when Sunny Hostin and Alyssa Farah Griffin interjected.

“Are we? Are we?” Hostin and Griffin both asked while laughing and pointing to Haines.

Haines –– who was wearing a green crew neck sweater with a red large flower embroidered on the shoulder, black slacks and black heels –– threw her head back while laughing and jokingly called them out for being “snarky.”

“Except for a certain Christmas celebration!” Behar cracked while motioning to Haines.

Joy Behar mocked “The View” co-host Sara Haines’ outfit on Friday’s episode. ABC/The View
Haines wore a green outfit with a red flower embroidered on the shoulder. ABC/The View

Haines, 46, took the teasing well and defended that her red flower embroidery was her contribution.

“Is it Saint Patrick’s Day for you?” Hostin, 55, asked.

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Haines continued laughing before Behar, 81, explained that all the women wore red in honor of the American Heart Association’s National Wear Red Day, which “shines a much needed spotlight on heart disease, which is still the number one cause of death for women.”

Ana Navarro then chimed in about her participation in the annual fashion show the organization throws to honor her late mother and brother who died from “cardiovascular issues.”

Sunny Hostin and Alyssa Farah Griffin also teased Haines. ABC/The View

Behar seems to enjoy calling out her co-hosts, since she recently poked fun at Griffin’s “airline stewardess outfit” on a Jan. 24 episode of the popular talk show.

“I’m wondering if you’re serving snacks,” Behar jokingly asked Griffin, who was wearing a short white collared dress with blue accents on the collar, sleeves, waistline and pockets with silver statement buttons.

She certainly knows how to spread joy.