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Whoopi Goldberg Shades ‘The View’ Co-Hosts For Passing Notes

Whoopi Goldberg threw some subtle shade at two of her co-hosts on “The View” after they were caught passing notes during the live taping.

Whoopi Goldberg threw some subtle shade at two of her co-hosts on “The View” after they were caught passing notes during the live taping.

A clip shows the EGOT recipient was trying to explain a story involving two co-workers who drove eight hours to a wedding they learned they weren’t invited to. However, in the middle of her explanation, she was distracted by Sunny Hostin and Joy Behar who were laughing about their private conversation.

“You guys are passing notes on television?” co-host Alyssa Farah Griffin asked.

“I feel like I’m in church right now,” co-host, Sara Haines added.

Goldberg was then prompted to ask Behar and Hostin to share their private note “with the rest of the class.”

Hostin continued to laugh while admitting her private conversations with Behar are usually “inappropriate,” to which Behar prompted her colleague not to “go any further, Sunny — silence is golden right now.”

“I’m just trying to do our job,” Goldberg shot back.

The moment still flustered Goldberg who found it difficult to continue explaining the story herself. She prompted Behar to jump in and explain the details herself.

The small clash is nothing out of the norm for the ladies as they often make headlines for their onscreen clashes. Things got heated earlier this month during a discussion on race, as captured by EW.

Hostin challenged Griffin after Griffin said she didn’t think Americans are racist. “If you looked like me, you’d believe differently,” Hostin said.

“I think there’s a significant portion that are racist, and you can’t dismiss my lived experience when I say that there are a lot of racists in this country,” she explained.

“I just experienced my son [Gabriel] walking down the beach being called the N-word several times in Florida, so, don’t. You can’t say I believe that the vast majority of people aren’t racist. We don’t know that.”

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