Jededia Bila left "The View." Pictured: Bila attends the BELLA New York Lance Bass Cover Launch Party at Troy Liquor Bar on Jan. 21, 2016 in New York City. Getty Images/Jamie McCarthy

Jedediah Bila's sudden departure from "The View" left a number of unanswered questions, including who will replace her as co-host.

On Monday, Bila shocked viewers and audience members when she announced that she was leaving "The View." She also confirmed that the episode would be her last appearance, which sparked speculations regarding the reason behind her surprising exit from the talk show.

"So this is my last day at 'The View,'" Bila announced during the show's "Hot Topics" segment, E! News reported. "I want to thank these ladies. What you don't know about us is that we're really friends...I want to thank you because I'm a little eccentric, and you put up with me, and this has been an amazing journey. And I appreciate all of you."

According to Page Six, Bila's sudden exit may have had something to do with former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's appearance last week. The co-host asked the former secretary of state some tough questions regarding the reactions toward her book, "What Happened," and this apparently upset some people. "There was a lot of staff who were upset about how that interview was handled," a source told the publication. "They had a lot to say to Jedediah about calming things down."

One reason why some believed she had been axed from the show due to her mishandling of Clinton's interview was because Bila was reportedly signed on to be a co-host for the entire season. However, the insider claimed that it was her own decision to leave the show.

ABC denied the rumors claiming that Bila was removed from the show due to her tough questions to Clinton on Wednesday, Fox News reported. "Her departure had nothing to do with the Hillary Clinton interview. Jedediah asked good questions during that interview, and the producers were pleased with how she handled it," an ABC spokeswoman told the publication.

Meanwhile, Meghan McCain may be replacing Bila on "The View," sources who are familiar with the matter told CNN. The publication reached out to McCain, but there was no response from the reporter. However, the news outlet noted that McCain announced last week that she was leaving Fox News.

The discussion regarding McCain joining "The View" is reportedly not yet done. But the sources added that the talks are already in the late stages. Meanwhile, the network has not yet confirmed that they are considering McCain for the position or that negotiations are ongoing.

As for Bila, she said that her future projects include an upcoming book with Harper Collins. The former host even teased that it is an "amazing concept" that could "shake up the world especially the millennial generation," E! News reported.

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