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Update: Whoopi Goldberg Reportedly Might Get Fired From ‘The View’ Over Holocaust Remarks

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | February 1, 2022 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | February 1, 2022 |


Despite Meghan McCain firing off four years worth of racist remarks and straight-up dabbling in vaccine misinformation at the end, there are rumors that ABC brass is not thrilled with Whoopi Goldberg’s Holocaust controversy and could fire her from The View. Would I take this report with a grain of salt? Yes. Would I also keep in mind that this is a network stupid enough to hire MY FATHER™ and keep her around for far too long? Also yes. (Page Six)

UPDATE: Jesus Christ, Page Six actually had the goods. ABC has suspended Whoopi from The View for two weeks, effective immediately. (THR)

Robert Pattinson and Suki Waterhouse’s love is still intact as we get closer to his highly anticipated debut as The Batman. (Lainey Gossip)

Nelly caught heat for saying Madonna should cover up. (Dlisted)

Tom Brady didn’t mention the Patriots in his retirement message. Haha! (Celebitchy)

From Tori: Ronny Chieng sorta kills Simu Liu to save NYC institution Congee Village, and honestly, more Marvel heroes could be sacrificed for the cause. (YouTube)

Kristen Bell is sorry for that surprise sex scene in The Woman in the House Across the Street From the Girl in the Window. (Cosmo)

From James: The Walking Dead actor Moses J. Moseley dies at 31. (EW)

From Dustin: Best Couple remains best couple:

Why have fans turned on Euphoria? (Daily Beast)

This shit is wild, and apparently, a thing that’s happening in our new Zoom world: “The new hire who showed up is not the same person we interviewed.” (Ask a Manager)

And Just Like That… we’re being threatened with a Season 2. (The Cut)

Is Viacom still feeling like idiots for selling the Yellowstone streaming rights to Peacock instead of holding to it for Paramount+? Yup. Yup, they are. (Deadline)

It’s Black History Month! Storiaallineare kicks off her quest to regain her love of reading with The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears by Ethiopian American author, Dinaw Mengestu. "Mengestu’s novel feels deeply invested in quietly, powerfully challenging what we demand of immigrant narratives, and in slowly revealing the kinds of structural barriers that cannot be surmounted by…a full-scale commitment to American capitalism." What books about the African diaspora experience do you recommend?
(Cannonball Read 14)

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