‘Shark Tank’ star jokes about Goldberg’s weight while on-air in ‘The View’
Whoopi Goldberg isn’t bothered by a joke she recently made at her expense.
The 65-year-old actress recently found herself in the limelight after appearing on “Shark Tank” star Barbara Corcoran’s “The View” and making fun of the co-host’s weight.
During an appearance on the talk show, Corcoran, 72, said she could make two pairs of pants for Goldberg out of the same pair size for herself.
Not long after, the businessman issued a public apology online.
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However, the “Ghost” star is not phased out, telling tmz that he did not commit a crime jokingly.
When asked about Corcoran’s statement, Starr said, “He doesn’t need to apologize, I know him.” Goldberg hints at the ‘Shark Tank’ star’s 70th birthday party — which she attended lying in a coffin – as evidence of his kooky sense of humour.
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“Barbara has always been funny and funny. She’s just that,” Goldberg Continuous. “It takes a lot more to hurt me.”
The star concluded by explaining that after 25 years of friendship, she has known Corcoran “too long”, not letting such jokes get under her skin.
The pair — along with fellow “The View” co-hosts of Goldberg — were discussing denim brand Good American, which is known for its all-inclusive styling.
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Co-host Sunny Hostin, 52, was praising the business model of developing jeans in different sizes, to which Goldberg, 65, quipped, “Well, I’ll have to try them,” joking, “Do they Will fit in this COVID [butt]?”
While Hostin and fellow co-host, Ana Navarro, 49, were adamant that the jeans would actually fit Goldberg, Corcoran got a chance to mock the Oscar winner.
“When you’re finished with those jeans and decide you don’t like them, give them to me. I’m going to make two pairs,” said the entrepreneur.
In his apology, the businessman said, in part: “I made a joke at Whoopi’s expense, which I now realize was not funny. For anyone I may have unintentionally offended, I just wanted to say That I’m really sorry for.”