Whoopi Goldberg Quotes (Author of Is It Just Me?)
Is Whoopi Goldberg Leaving 'The View'? Here's the Truth About Those Rumors
The co-host debuted her almost platinum faux locs to much fanfare from her colleagues, as Meghan McCain cooed "It's so becoming! Based on Stephen King's novel , The Stand follows an epidemic which wipes out 99 percent of the population, and Goldberg is playing Mother Abigail, who happens to be about —or —year old. When the book was first written in , she added, "Mother Abigail was probably this tall, and she looked like Miss Jane Pittman on steroids," referencing Cicely Tyson's role in 's The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman. She suggests that Tyson, who is now 94, was made to look "so wrinkly" 45 years ago "because people had no idea what older Black women looked like, because no one looked at old Black women. While Joy Behar quipped that "Black don't crack," Goldberg corrected that while that might be true, Black women " do spread
Now, similar rumors are swirling about Whoopi Goldberg. When asked what kind of creative fulfillment she got from moderating the daytime program, she responded, "it's my job. That "other stuff" includes creating the new size-inclusive fashion line Dugbee , selling and promoting medical cannabis products , and, as she teased, penning a new book. For Whoopi, being on The View is a form of acting for her. My friends and I can talk about things in depth in a different way than you can on television," she added.
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She is the second black woman to win an Academy Award for acting. She reprised the role in Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit , making her the highest-paid actress at the time. She has been the moderator of the talk show The View since Goldberg has described her mother as a "stern, strong, and wise woman" who raised her as a single mother with her brother Clyde c. She has stated that her stage forename "Whoopi" was taken from a whoopee cushion ; "When you're performing on stage, you never really have time to go into the bathroom and close the door.