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Whoopi Goldberg Denies That She Was Canceled After Infamous George W. Bush Joke
Whoopi Goldberg reflected on the time she was left out in the entertainment wilderness after a joke about President George W. Bush backfired in 2004. Speaking at the Edinburgh TV Festival in the events International Icon Interview, she said that her career came to a “gigantic halt” after the infamous incident, which saw her lose […]Speaking at the Edinburgh TV Festival in the events International Icon Interview, she said that her career came to a “gigantic halt” after the infamous incident, which saw her lose several gigs and not work for five years until Barbara Walters hired her for The View. But she denied that she had been canceled (a term that wasn’t in use at the time).
isn't giving up her seat at anytime soon.
The EGOT winner, 65, signed a new contract to continue serving as co-host on ABC's popular daytime talk show, a post she has held for 15 seasons since 2007.
The new contract — financial details of which were not available — covers Goldberg's involvement in the current 25th season of the show, which premiered on Sept. 7, through Season 28 in 2024, according to.
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News of Goldberg's four-year deal comes after conservative co-hoststepped down from the show Aug. 6. In July, the 36-year-old daughter of late Sen. John McCain announced that she would be leaving The View after nearly four years.
Earlier this month, executive producer Brian Teta told PEOPLE that the show wasn't in any rush to fill McCain's seat.
"This is such an important seat for us to fill at the table so we're going to 'take a little time' to make sure we find the right fit," he said in a statement. "It goes back to' original direction — different women with different views. It's essential that the audience can relate to different points of View at our table."
Tom Brady has hidden message for Falcons in his latest video
Tom Brady has been in the news non-stop this past week following his dominant showing against the Dallas Cowboys. © Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports Last Thursday, Brady led the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a 31-29 victory – throwing for four touchdowns and 379 yards in the process.Interestingly enough, after the fact, two major controversies dominated the headlines.The first involved fans noticing something weird in Brady’s ear during the game, leading to accusations of cheating. The second revolved around a referee who was seemingly busted making up a call when he didn’t realize his mic was on.
CNN reporter Ana Navarro-Cárdenas will make guest co-hosting appearances throughout the season, per the show's Twitter page.
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Ahead of the show's 25th season, Goldberg, Behar, 78, Hostin, 52, and Haines, 44, hadsince the show went virtual in 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The foursome also celebrated The View's 25th anniversary. "I can't believe it's 25 years," Behar said. "I'm still trying to finish a sentence I started in 1997!"
Barbara Corcoran Apologizes to Whoopi Goldberg for Body-Shaming Joke .
Barbara Corcoran Apologizes to Whoopi Goldberg for Body-Shaming Joke“I just came back from The View and saw my old friend Whoopi. As you well know, she has a phenomenal sense of humor, and I’ve known Whoopi for years,” the Shark Tank star, 72, said in a Twitter video posted on Thursday, October 7. “I made a joke at Whoopi’s expense, which I now realize wasn’t funny. For anyone who I may have offended unintentionally, I just wanted to say I really am very sorry.