The View Hosts Exit to Carole King’s I Feel the Earth Move Following 4.8 Earthquake in New York Release Date

So, get this. The hosts of “The View” decided to strut out to Carole King’s classic, “I Feel the Earth Move.” Why, you ask? Well, it’s ’cause a 4.8-magnitude quake had just rocked New York. Talk about timing, right?

It’s kinda ironic, don’t you think? I mean, there they were, probably planning a totally different intro. And then, bam! The earth literally moves.

Now, imagine the scene. The ground’s shaking, people are probably freaking out a bit. And here come the hosts, walking out to a song that’s all about the earth moving under your feet.

It’s like, was it planned? A cosmic coincidence? Or maybe just a quirky twist of fate. Either way, it’s one of those moments that makes you pause. And maybe chuckle, just a bit.

Oh, and in case you’re wondering, everyone was fine. No major damage reported. But still, what a day, huh? Earthquakes and iconic tunes colliding in the most unexpected way.

Life’s weird like that. One minute you’re sipping coffee, the next, you’re part of a scene straight out of a movie. Or a Carole King song, in this case.

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