Sara Haines got triggered in the latest broadcast of The View. She admitted that she cried happy, scared, and raw tears. The 45-year-old was overcome with emotion as she talked to guests Sigourney Weaver and Elizabeth Banks.
She was awestruck by their new movie, Call Jane. Elizabeth plays a housewife who has an unwanted pregnancy. She tries to get a legal abortion in the 1960s. Her character gets help from a group of women in her community. Read on to see what else Sara had to say about the movie.
The View co-host chokes up over Call Jane
On Tuesday’s broadcast of The View, Sara Haines admitted that she was emotional when she watched the film. She praised Elizabeth’s role. In the middle of the interview, Sara opened up about the emotions she experienced while she saw the movie for the first time. She compared it to an out-of-body experience.
“I had reactions along the way to the movie that I didn’t see coming,” Sara Haines explained. “It’s almost like your body purges. I was writing to the producer afterward and I said, ‘I cried happy, raw, scared but hopeful tears.’ This movie blew me away… I’m so sorry I’m getting emotional.”
Sara was so impressed with the film that she had to praise it. She wondered why she was so emotional when she was watching it. Sara had to shake off the variety of emotions she felt, so she went for a 10-mile run. The former Good Morning America co-host had the urge to “get up and do something.”
Elizabeth Banks and Sigourney Weaver appear alongside Chris Messina, Kate Mara, and Rupert Friend. This isn’t the first time that Sara Haines has been emotional on the live show. Last month, she broke down in tears as she talked about Mahsa Amini’s death in Iran. She also stood up for her friend, journalist Christiane Amanpour, who canceled an interview with the Iranian president.
Sara Haines shares praise for Iowa
Over the summer, Sara Haines visited Iowa. During the Season 26 premiere of The View, she shared some praise for her hometown. She talked about her trip during a segment about the panel’s time off. Sara came alive when she mentioned Iowa.
“I also went back to Iowa to see some of my oldest friends,” Sara Haines shared. “None of my family lives in my hometown of Newton.”
She visited her hometown of Newton in August when the show was on hiatus. Sara documented all of her family’s travels on Instagram. They visited Des Moines International Airport and Taco Johns. Sara also shocked fans when she and her crew packed into an old telephone booth.
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