Things are heating up on “The View” and not in a good way. The show’s resident moderator, Whoopi Goldberg and new co-host, Rosie O’Donnell got into a verbal altercation after last Thursday’s show. According to The Daily Mail, Whoopi cut O’Donnell off during a “Hot Topic” segment about spanking your children. O’Donnell had explained to Whoopi how passionate she was about the topic when they were backstage.
However, once the segment started going too long, Whoopi was told by producers through the ISD monitor she’s required to wear in her ear that it was time for commercial. Rosie reportedly refuses to wear said monitor, so the control room is unable to speak with her, which in turn means that O’Donnell never knows what’s going on behind the scenes. Rosie took Whoopi’s abrupt cut off as a snub and reacted as if she’d been wronged.
Whoopi tried to explain to O’Donnell that if she were to wear a monitor, she’d know what’s going on. As soon as the commercial break started, Rosie took the handheld microphone (typically used for audience engagement) and spoke directly to Whoopi, reportedly saying that her feelings were hurt, she was very upset by it and “didn’t appreciate” what “Whoopi had done.” Whoopi responded by saying: “This isn’t the time for this, Rosie.”
Instead of dropping the conflict, O’Donnell continued to complain about Whoopi in front of the audience: “Well I just don’t appreciate you saying that you were going to do something and not doing it. It makes me upset and I just don’t want to have to go through this,” O’Donnell reportedly complained. Whoopi stuck to her original sentiment that the timing for Rosie’s tantrum was bad, but Rosie continued. Losing her patience, Whoopi reportedly exclaimed, “F*** it, I told you to leave it alone and you just don’t want to listen. If you want to go there Rosie, I will dammit. I’m really sick of your s***!”
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