Cameron, who is starring currently in the highly-anticipated "Full House" reboot, talked about juggling her busy life and her excitement to share her point of view.
"I can’t wait for us to have healthy conversations and respectful conversations. It’s okay that we all have different points of view. That’s what makes the world go round," she said.
She added, "We’re in six-deep on our show, on ‘Fuller House,’ and I’m going to be commuting back and forth, between New York and LA. It’s definitely going to be a balancing act and a juggle but my family is super supportive. My kids are so excited."
Cameron said "my husband [Valeri Bure] is a trooper. He’s very supportive" of her busy schedule.
Faris, who also works for ABC News and "Good Morning America," said someone very special wished her luck and gave her quite the advice about her new gig.
"I was talking to my daughter and I said, ‘I’m not nervous, I’ve done this before, but I have nerves,’ and she said, ‘Mommy, just be yourself. There’s only one you.’ So I think I’m taking advice from an 8-year-old," she said.
Symone, an actress since the age of 3, now steps in as a veteran on "The View" and said her biggest take away from the show is the knowledge she's gained.
"I really love to learn about politics because I’m not as inside of them as much as the other people on the panel," she said. "I love entertainment because I’ve been in it for so long and there’s going to be some other topics that pop up a little bit more in the new season that I’ll be involved with, social media and things of that nature, so we have a nice plan going on and I think it’s going to cater to everybody that’s on the panel."
Collins said it was hard to sleep Monday night with today's premiere.
"Didn’t sleep a wink. I watched ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ and then I thought of all the amazing things that are going to happen for us and our future," she said.