The View Hosts Walk Out to Carole King’s ‘I Feel the Earth Move’ After 4.8-Magnitude Earthquake Hits New York

It was The View who came up with the most elegant way to remember the 4.8-magnitude earthquake that shook the northeast on Friday.

The show's panel of panelists, Joy Behar, Sara Haines, Ana Navarro, Sunny Hostin, and Alyssa Farah Griffin, entered the studio to Carole King's 1971 classic "I Feel the Earth Move" to start Friday's live broadcast.

"We appear to be alive," Behar sat down and made an announcement. We are alive, and the most recent earthquake to hit our city of New York was 4.8. Did everyone experience it?

After sharing fascinating anecdotes about their respective experiences, the co-hosts triumphantly claimed that Hostin had missed the earthquake incident.

"I didn't feel a thing," the woman added, "while talking to my amazing hair and makeup crew and listening to Beyonce and "Jolene." "I saw nothing,"

"So, honey, is it that you don't have any emotions?" questioned Navarro, whose workspace is next to Hostin's.