Joy Behar Can't Wait to Take on Donald Trump, the Duggars on 'The View'

The 72-year-old comedienne was one of three new co-hosts announced Tuesday.

“I spent two years where I didn’t ever have to think about Kim Kardashian or the Duggars and it was really kind of nice,” Behar said today on “Good Morning America,” referring to her split from the show in 2013 after 16 seasons. “But I remembered…all the wonderful things, fun I had over there.”

“I thought let me go back and try and have some more fun,” she said. “That’s why I’m back.”

“I want to stick my two-cents in. That’s my main goal in life,” Behar joked of her return. “I had so much fun on the show. I can’t believe it.”

Behar phoned into “GMA” from her “country” home outside of New York City, revealing that she, “is not ready for urban life yet.”

For Behar, the first topics to tackle will not be a hard choice.

“I’m really happy to be back,” she added.