Whoopi Goldberg

The Emmy winner said she’ll “never forget” the icon's suggestion for spicing up her sex life.
The "Dreamgirls" star said Whoopi Goldberg's portrayal of Sister Mary Clarence in the smash franchise "helped me create my dreams."
"The View" moderator addressed the royal's recent comments that she felt "objectified" during her time on the game show.
Goldberg recently discussed the daytime show's new work environment, over a year after McCain's departure.
The "View" co-host weighed in on the racist backlash to "House of the Dragon" and "Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power."
A new A&E docuseries examines uncompromising Black comics throughout history, and compels us to consider how they and others like them fit into today's culture.
“You better hope that they don’t come for you, Clarence," the "View" host told the Supreme Court justice, who is married to a white woman.
"I swear to God, if I see another Republican senator talk about their heart being broken, I’m going to go punch somebody,” Goldberg said on "The View."
Many questions have been raised about potential consequences for the Oscar winner after he assaulted comedian Chris Rock at the awards.
“Let me tell you, these chairs are dangerous!” co-host Sunny Hostin said after Behar’s tumble.