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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'.
'I came out and I was dancing, I was ready and then I had a (panic attack) and I couldn't get myself together,' the actress shares the incident happening before her performance in New Jersey.
The comedienne said that she would be angry as well if a tape of her getting angry is recorded and leaked to the media.
The 'Sister Act' star is fuming after learning that site bosses have ignored her pleas to take action against pretenders, saying 'Somebody should protect me. They said they would, they haven't.'
The 54-year-old star is mourning for her mother who died on August 29, saying during the TV show 'I don't think she quite realized how many lives she touched.'
The 54-year-old star opted to end her run in the London theater production after learning that her mother suffered a stroke.
While performing at West End, the comedienne spared time to chat with David Cameron at 10 Downing Street about politic.
The 'View' host said she did drop the F bombs several times to Michaele Salahi who falsely accused her of hitting her when all she did was lightly tapping.
This Thursday, both Whoopi Goldberg and 'White House Crasher' Michaele Salahi would separately talk about the alleged war of words happening between them on 'The View' backstage.
Hosting the talk show on Monday, July 19, the comedienne admitted she was still high from a drug-induced sleep following a late-night flight.
The comedienne used 'The View' to express her anger for those misinformed ones and to challenge the hate caller to meet her face to face.
The 'Twilight' series' scribe says report that she does not want the labor scene included in the movie was 'a misquote' since she was referring to another gory part.
Although recent reports suggest the actor is a racist, the 'Sister Act' star believes that he is not, stating 'I can't sit and say that he's a racist.'
The actress-turned-U.S. TV personality is reportedly in talks to return to the stage as the Mother Superior in London musical of the 1992 movie.
The actor who jumped to his death six years ago will be portrayed in a film which will also have John C. Reilly and John Leguizamo.