Whoopi Goldberg was lately noticed by a reporter in New York Metropolis and requested concerning the body-shaming joke made by Barbara Corcoran and her apology video. Goldberg responded that she took no offense concerning the remark within the first place and the apology was additionally not crucial.
“Oh… No,” Goldberg responded to TMZ’s reporter Monday. “She does not need to — you realize, that is the girl who threw away her celebration to get right into a coffin.” Goldberg, 65, stated in reference to Corcoran’s seventieth celebration in 2019.
“So Barbara’s at all times been humorous and bizarre,” Goldberg continued. “And that is who she is. And no, it takes much more to offend me. I’ve recognized her too lengthy. We have recognized one another 25 years,” Goldberg told the reporter.
Final week, Corcoran, 72, appeared on “The View” speak present and joked about Goldberg’s measurement. On the identical day, she posted an apology video.
“I simply got here again from ‘The View’ and noticed my previous pal, Whoopi. As you effectively know, she has an outstanding humorousness and I’ve recognized Whoopi for years,” the businesswoman stated within the video.
“I made a joke at Whoopi’s expense, which I now notice wasn’t humorous. For anybody I could have offended unintentionally, I simply need to say I actually am very sorry,” she added.
Corcoran appeared on the show as a guest on Oct. 6 and Goldberg jokingly asked if she will be able to fit in Good American company’s jeans.
“When you get finished with those jeans and decide you don’t like them, give them to me,” Corcoran told Goldberg. “I am gonna make two pairs!”
Goldberg has been co-hosting The View since 1997. She will lend her voice to an animated movie, “Pierre the Pigeon-Hawk,” which is slated to release on Feb. 4, 2022.
She will also feature in a movie, “Fairy Tale Forest,” which is helmed by director Mark Risley. The movie will also star Lilla Crawford, Mel Brooks, Jane Lynch and Jennifer Holliday. Goldberg is currently filming the biographical drama movie, “Till,” which is directed by Chinonye Chukwu.