The "Where Are They Now?" episodes of the daytime chat show are to air Feb. 21-25.
Frey, the former massage therapist who had an extramarital affair with Scott Peterson, a man accused of killing his wife, Laci, and their unborn son, is to sit for an interview Monday.
Best known for a sex scandal involving televangelist Jim Bakker while employed as a church secretary, Hahn has been booked for Tuesday's edition of "The View."
Jones, the former Arkansas state employee who sued former President Bill Clinton for sexual harassment, a lawsuit that was later dismissed, is set to visit the show next Wednesday.
Kaelin, who found celebrity after appearing as a witness during the double-murder trial of O.J. Simpson, is expected to appear on "The View" Feb. 24.
The week will wrap up with Bobbitt, whose ex-wife, Lorena, used a knife to sever his penis, which was recovered and surgically reattached.
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