,” is for the lady who has a lot of “responsibilities and lots of things going on in her life and in her mind and in her heart.” Here is some of her best advice. Especially if it’s Jean-Paul Belmondo.” On aging: “Women are afraid that once they get older, men will no longer find them attractive. The truth of the matter is you never know who is going to find you attractive.” On extramarital sex: “Sometimes in a relationship, people can’t always get what they need, and if you have reputable people you can turn to in order to get what you need, I say go for it.
On deal-breakers: “There are probably a million things you don’t want. It is a whole lot better than being frustrated and angry at the person you love.” On prenups: “A prenup is an act of love.
Goldberg has a way of making you laugh until you cry.
Her ‘tell it like it is’ humor and originality is one of the reason why she is adored by fans.
The 61-year-old chatted to Martine Mc Cutcheon, Linda Robson, Andrea Mc Lean and Anne Diamond on today's show and the panel wasted no time in quizzing her on her views about Donald Trump becoming President.
Whoopi - who is on The View panel in America - said that the country are going through an "interesting" time at the moment, with her saying that she'd make an excuse to not go to work if bosses on her show wanted him to appear as a guest.
Pictured above is Goldberg with Kelly Osbourne Despite the meeting taking place behind closed doors in Faris' dressing room, those passing by could hear her gripe about how 'I know this is Whoopi's doing' and accused the Oscar winner of sabotaging her.
Or that veteran news woman Barbara Walters, who once held Fidel Castro’s feet to the fire and was sitting three seats away talking about how sometimes political correctness is “incorrect,” had nailed her the ommission.
Because at the time she defended him, too — saying that people just didn’t get that the Friars Club was an anything goes atmosphere where “everything is fair game.” Maybe it makes some sort of self-serving sense for Whoopi to omit the whole Danson thing.
After all, even though she’s defending the practice (conditionally) in both instances, she probably doesn’t see any need to clue in “View”-ers who aren’t already aware of your evolving views on the whole blackface thing.
Well, since neither Sherri nor Barbara (nor Joy, who instead of calling BS on Whoopi showed a picture of herself dressed in blackface) brought it up, we will: In 1993, Danson created a huge controversy when he appeared in blackface — full-on, no question about it minstrel show blackface — at the roast in honor of Goldberg.
At the time, the two were dating and Goldberg not only defended him, but admitted that she had been in on planning the whole thing: “We’ve gotten a lot of hate mail,” she told Jet at the time. Is Whoopi right to defend the practice in either instance?