Sherri Shepherd and Jenny McCarthy to say goodbye to "The View" Monday

From left, Sherri Shepherd, Barbara Walters and Jenny McCarthy on "The View." ABC

Sherri Shepherd and Jenny McCarthy are saying goodbye to "The View" next week.

ABC says their final appearance as co-hosts of the daytime talk show will air Monday.

The pre-taped episode celebrates Shepherd's seven years with the show. ABC said Thursday that gospel singers Yolanda Adams, Kirk Franklin and Donnie McClurkin perform a special song dedicated to Shepherd.

McCarthy received a lower-key farewell on Thursday's show, with highlight clips from her single season as co-host.

Shepherd and McCarthy said in June that they would be leaving "The View." It's part of the show's upheaval after creator Barbara Walters retired from on-camera duties. During her final show, Walters said, "Who knows what the future brings? Maybe instead of saying goodbye I should say 'a bientot,' which in French means see you later."

The show will be in reruns starting Tuesday until its new season begins in September. There's been no announcement of who will join remaining co-host Whoopi Goldberg and the returning Rosie O'Donnell.

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