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Whoopi Goldberg is urging parents to become better role models for their children instead of letting them look up to celebrities.
Actress Whoopi Goldberg has only ever been in love once, and the perfect romance wasn't with one of her three husbands.
Tish Cyrus, who has recently reconciled with her husband Billy Ray Cyrus, takes to her Facebook page to thank her family for support, saying '... I feel we are stronger than we have ever been!'
He denies rumors which allege him fabricating the shooting incident in Haiti during Sunday's presidential election, saying the rumors have been sparked purposely to make public disbelieve him.
Murphy will receive the Comedy Icon Award at the event which is going to be held Sunday, April 10, and attended by Tina Fey, John Stewart and more.
Eager to help Replenish Africa Initiative (RAIN) reach its 10,000 dollar goal to fund its clean water projects, Beyonce's sister urges her celebrity friends to download her new track.
The 'Jarhead' actor is spearheading a campaign to urge public schools in America to grow their fruit and vegetables.
Father of teen star Miley Cyrus has offered the 'Good Fences' actress to star in and direct his movie script called 'Paris'.
'This is a show that, it's on you to keep it going. And I didn't think they surfed as much as they could have,' unimpressed Goldberg revealed about the Oscar hosts during 'The View' on Monday.
Failing to mention Whoopi Goldberg in New York Times as one of the black people who received Oscar, the reporters were slammed for their 'sloppy' work.
The 'Sister Act' star confessed to Oprah Winfrey about her big regret of losing a last chance meeting with Davis, Jr. before he passed away in 1990 due to throat cancer.
The smoking comedian is unhappy that now parks, plazas and beaches would be steered clear of smokers.
'I was a functioning drug addict,' the actress admitted on 'The View', adding that she went to work only to earn money which can buy her more drugs.
'She's not pleasant. She's crazy and scary and insanely sad,' the actress says about her character of religious zealot Alice in the drama.
Whoopi Goldberg and her co-host Joy Behar marched out of the studio when Bill O'Reilly expressed his disagreement over the planned 'Ground Zero Mosque'.