Whoopi Goldberg [The View | YouTube]

‘The View’ Whoopi Goldberg Returns, No Warm Welcome?

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The View’s Whoopi Goldberg returned, but she didn’t receive a warm welcome. On Monday, November 21, the moderator was back at the big table. She received a cold reception from the fans who weren’t happy to see her back. They called her out being a hypocrite. Read on to learn more and to see what happened.

Whoopi Goldberg returns to The View

Monday’s live broadcast of The View saw the return of Whoopi Goldberg. Her rep announced last week that she caught COVID. She had a “rough recovery” and struggles to catch her breath. This comes after the comedian opened up about her health problems.

Whoopi Goldberg Returns [The View | YouTube]
[The View | YouTube]
Her co-hosts told her that they “missed her” while she was away. Whoopi said she was more worried about “trying to breathe.” She tried to take it easy so she wouldn’t make the serious condition worse. Joy Behar filled in as moderator during the week that Whoopi was out.

Joy had her normal day off on Monday. The following day, she returned to explain why Whoopi Goldberg was absent from the show. She shared that Whoopi tested positive for COVID.

Whoopi Goldberg Talks COVID [The View | YouTube]
[The View | YouTube]
“So rest up and get back here, Miss! When you feel better,” Joy told Whoopi. “It’s coming back. Another friend of mine got it, too. I mean, we have to be careful again. Damn!”

Whoopi Goldberg went missing shortly after her 67th birthday celebration. She celebrated her special day on Sunday, November 13. Fans were already concerned about her health and well-being. In a previous broadcast, Whoopi had trouble walking around the stage. Now, they’re not happy to see the actress back on the show so soon.

Receives cold reception

On Monday’s show, Whoopi Goldberg received a cold reception. She was slammed by fans for not wearing a mask during the live show. Only The View’s live studio audience was required to mask up. Whoopi admitted that she still had a cough and found it hard to breathe.

She also revealed that she was “the only person with a mask on” during her flight. She let out a cough, showing that she was still not feeling her best. Whoopi made it clear that she wasn’t “sick,” she just had to “clear” her throat. Fans took to Twitter to give her a not-so-warm welcome.

Whoopi Goldberg Shares Health Update [The View | YouTube]
[The View | YouTube]
“Why is this woman not using a mask if she’s had COVID several times including last week, is one of the most unhealthy people I have ever seen & requires her audience to wear masks? Total hypocrisy,” one fan wrote.

“I accidentally had my channel on ABC & was subjected to Whoopi telling everyone to wear masks still while not wearing a mask & she wanted to make sure people knew that her coughs were not contagious after her bout with COVID. #TheView, posturing & telling women how to think,” another added.

What are your thoughts on Whoopi Goldberg’s return? Do you agree with the fans that didn’t give her a warm welcome? Should she have warn a mask during the broadcast? Sound off below in the comment section.

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Chanel Adams

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  1. I love whoopi. She should have another week. I feel she came back too soon. Since she did, yes, she should have a mask on with everyone else. Stop bashing her. It’s really the mgmt fault not to letting her stay home

    Love you whoopi

  2. Management should remind themselves: People are People and we’re not 100% if we’re sick or maybe have something going on in our lives and can’t perform up to their standards at some point. Think about when we give a lot more than what is expected and hold back on your rash decision to break bad and check in to see what might be going on with someone and how you might help with the situation; remember , the next time it could be you.

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