View fans think the co-host is ‘over it’ and ‘sick’ of the panel as they spot an ‘obvious sign’ in the new festive photo

THE View fans think Whoopi Goldberg is ‘sick’ of her co-stars after posing for a group photo with the panel.

The 67-year-old comedian posed with her co-hosts Joy Behar, Sara Haines, Sunny Hostin, Ana Navarro and Alyssa Farah Griffin for a Thanksgiving photo.

Fans of The View noticed that Whoopi Goldberg looked


Fans of The View noticed that Whoopi Goldberg looked “dead behind the eyes” in a new group photo (pictured, a similar photo shared on set the same day)Credit: American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.
Viewers have called for the moderator to be fired in recent months


Viewers have called for the moderator to be fired in recent monthsCredit: ABC

The group posed with their arms around each other on the set of The View in the photo.

It was shared on the chat show’s official Instagram account with the caption: “From everyone at #TheView, Happy Thanksgiving!”

Fans noticed that while the rest of the panel appeared to be smiling warmly at the camera, Whoopi seemed less excited.

One commented: “Whoopi is sick of the pics you can tell she wants to be anywhere but that pic lmao,” while another agreed: “Yeah I was thinking the exact same thing!”

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“She’s over it. Dead behind the eyes,” a third user wrote in a separate thread online.

It comes after fans called for Whoopi to be fired from The View.

The host sparked controversy with a series of strange on-screen behavior and tense comments made towards her co-hosts.

Whoopi also came under fire in February when she was suspended from The View over her comments about the Holocaust.

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The talk show host horrified fans when he claimed the Holocaust “wasn’t about race” – despite the fact that six million Jews were killed by the Nazis.

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

The council claimed the book was inappropriate because of bad language and depictions of female nudity.

It was removed from the school curriculum after months of increased pressure from parents in some districts for books that focus on issues of race, gender identity and sexuality.


“I’m surprised that made you uncomfortable, that there was some nudity. I mean, it’s about the Holocaust, the killing of 6 million people, but that didn’t bother you?” Whoopi said on The View.

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

Co-host Joy Behar responded, “So what was that about?”

“It’s about man’s inhumanity to man. That’s what it’s about,” she replied.

Whoopi later expressed regret for her words in sorry on twitter.

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

“I understand why now and for that, I am deeply, deeply grateful because the information I received was really helpful and helped me understand a few different things.”

Whoopi made controversial comments about the Holocaust in February


Whoopi made controversial comments about the Holocaust in FebruaryCredit: Getty
She later apologized on Twitter


She later apologized on TwitterCredit: ABC

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