The high-profile persona felt at ease back in that time, and perhaps it played a crucial role in her career on the show.
However, there was something negative
It comes as no surprise that Whoopi Goldberg is a rather extraordinary person and only a few people can accept her. In particular, Rosie O'Donnell was shocked by her behavior on The View.
In Ramin Setoodeh’s book, Ladies Who Punch: The Explosive Inside Story of The View, the A-list TV host candidly reflected on their debates over a topic that caused different opinions. Even though O'Donnell apologized, Goldberg was really "mean" to her.
The worst experience I’ve ever had on live television was interacting with her. I’m never going to not have respect for Whoopi Goldberg. But that was a painful experience, personally and professionally.
One of the best qualities is to shut down personal offenses and act professionally and decently no matter what.
How people reacted to this statement
Women cant be together day after day without fighting. Its in there DNA. Eventually they will make up but then they will just start fighting again over something else. That's what women do. Any guy can tell you that. Women are vicious !!! https://t.co/3j5dQDji3t— RL Robber (@RobberRl) March 27, 2019
The "Queen of Mean" claims someone was mean to her. hypocrite!!! as mean as Rosie has been to people over the years, I have NO sympathy for her. she shouldn't dish it out if she can't take it.— Charles Mosley (@Charles80234304) March 27, 2019
Rosie is pretty mean herself.— Laurie Tillich (@BobsFavDaughter) March 27, 2019
I knew Whoopi was good for something.— Rocky Kingfish (@KingfishRocky) March 27, 2019
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