‘What’s it called?’: Whoopi’s blunder in the sky

Whoopi Goldberg was forced to enlist help from The View’s live audience when she completely ignored an important detail recently.

Whoopi Goldberg suffered another embarrassing gaffe on The View while interviewing singer Ne-Yo.

The actor, 66, turned red when she didn’t remember the term “Nielsen ratings” while promoting Ne-Yo’s new album and begging the public for help, the BBC reports. The sun

On a recent episode of The viewWhoopi and her co-hosts had Ne-Yo on during their broadcast from the Bahamas.

As they wrapped up their interview, the moderator said, “Thank you for always being there for us, we really love your poop.”

She then instructed viewers to pre-order his album, but urged them to do it “at the end of the show.”

Whoopi stumbled over words as she added, “So we can get the…no…what’s it called?” before breaking down and asking for help from the public.

Someone yelled in, “Nielsen Reviews,” which other members of The view panel seemed to confirm.

Laughing at her mistake, Whoopi added hastily: “We want the ratings!”

Nielsen ratings are used to measure how many viewers watch shows in the US.

To celebrate the show’s 25th anniversary, The viewThe hosts enjoyed a getaway to the Bahamas together, filming the show on location from their luxury Baha Mar Resort vacation.

While fans understood that the cast was there to honor The view‘s landmark moment, they slammed the show, and especially Whoopi, for how they all did it, and the timing of it.

Whoopi frustrated fans when she claimed in Monday’s episode that viewers could “live” the group’s idyllic vacation.

“I definitely thought that was cringing a bit and getting out of hand,” one social media user wrote.

They added, “I don’t think they need to feel bad about sharing their stories, having fun, but trying to frame it as inspiring/helpful to others rubbed me the wrong way.”

Another commented: “Why do I want them to have fun in a fantastic location that I can’t go to?

“This journey in particular seems very off-putting and indulgent and completely out of sync given all that is going on in America.”

Meanwhile, fans vowed last month to boycott the show over Whoopi’s swearing live on the air.

The actor cursed as he spoke about parenting in a recent episode, saying, “Sometimes you have to be an a** to be a parent.”

Curses in the air

The comedian’s language didn’t sit well with viewers at home, with one writing on Reddit: “Whoopi and Sunny’s [Hostin] foul language was a bit much today.”

The user also called on the hosts for swearing while talking about tighter gun control.

“Between Whoopi who used the word ‘b**chin’ and Sunny who referred to Republicans who ‘p**s on her been when it’s rains,’ I had to knock,” they wrote.

“I know they are passionate about gun issues, but this is daytime TV, not the Howard Stern show. Some people have children at home for the summer.”

Another posted on Twitter: “Does Whoopi really have to swear all the time?”

Whoopi also came under fire in February when she was banned for… The view about her comments on the holocaust

The talk show host left fans horrified when she claimed the Holocaust was “not about race” — despite the fact that six million Jewish people were murdered by the Nazis.

She made the comments while discussing the recent scandal after a Tennessee school board voted to remove the Pulitzer Prize-winning graphic novel Maus from an eighth grade language arts curriculum.

The board had claimed that the book is unsuitable due to its foul language and the depiction of a female nude.

It was removed from the school’s curriculum after months of increased pressure from parents in some districts over books focusing on issues of race, gender identity and sexuality.

Controversial Comments

“I’m surprised you felt uncomfortable about that, the fact that there was some nudity. I mean, it’s about the Holocaust, the murder of 6 million people, but that didn’t bother you?” Whoopi continued The view

She later said, “If you’re going to do this, let’s be honest. Because the Holocaust is not about race. No, it’s not about race.”

Co-host Joy Behar hit back: “What was it about then?”

“It’s about the inhumanity of man towards man. That’s the point,” she replied.

Whoopi later expressed regret for her words in an apology on Twitter.

“My words upset so many people, which was never my intention,” she said.

“I now understand why and that’s why I’m very, very grateful because the information I got was really helpful and helped me understand a number of different things.”

This article originally appeared in The sun and is reproduced with permission.

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