Elon Musk is buying ABC from Disney There has been much speculation about the direction of the new network, but one thing was clear: canceling The View is the first thing on his to-do list. Also, Musk will host Kyle Rittenhouse is considering replacing the show with a new show. The current host of the show was apparently not happy with the decision.
Whoopi Goldberg broke down in tears after the decision was announced on the show, saying Elon Musk was mean and I don’t understand why he would cancel us. I mean, we’ve been a TV staple for decades many people look at us. I haven’t been this upset since Ted Danson and I separated. At least Ted gave me some insight. It all happened so suddenly. Elon is a big fat meanie. And to be replaced by Kyle Rittenhouse? That guy is suing me for millions of dollars? It’s just adding insult to injury.
In confidential Ms. Goldberg communicated some alleviation at the declaration, apparently let her co-has know that “assuming Kyle Rittenhouse really drops his claim against me in return for having the option to have the new show it will be Take a lot of pressure While it’s too early to speculate on Goldberg’s future plans, we wouldn’t be at all surprised to see her move to CNN or MSNBC. We wish Ms. Goldberg all the best in whatever she decides to do in the future.
Whoopi Goldberg is joining the celebrity exodus from Twitter in the wake of Elon Musk’s acquisition. The host of The View announced the news during Monday’s show that I am leaving because I feel the view is blocked and I feel more comfortable.
ABC News President Kim Godwin on Monday called Goldberg’s remarks about the Holocaust on The View misleading and destructive. While Whoopi has apologized, I have asked her to take time to consider the implications of the comments Godwin made. The whole ABC News association remains in fortitude with our Jewish partners, companions, family and networks.
Godwin told employees in an internal email obtained by CNN that making decisions on disciplinary matters is never easy. And Godwin said she appreciates Goldberg’s apology but words matter and we need to be aware of the impact of our words, Godwin said in his memo to employees explaining the network’s decision to suspend the actor and comedian.
Goldberg later went on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” where he attempted to explain the rationale for his comments. But what he said in that show worsened the atmosphere.