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Rosie O'Donnell says interacting with Whoopi Goldberg on The View is 'worst experience she's ever had'
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Rosie O'Donnell says interacting with Whoopi Goldberg on The View is 'worst experience she's ever had'

Rosie O'Donnell doesn't have fond memories of her interaction with Whoopi Goldberg.

While TV can be a rather great place for a lot of folk, there have definitely been some huge bust ups in the industry over the years.

Seeing a pair who had a great connection on our TV screens for many years to then never appearing together again is actually quite a sad moment for viewers.

And two of those who are certainly not best pals anymore are Rosie O'Donnell and Whoopi Goldberg, two rather well known comedians.

They became know together for co-hosting The View together - an ABC chat show that has been around since 1997.

O'Donnell sat in the hosts chair the first time in 2006, before she left just a year later after clashing with co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck.

However, the 61-year-old returned in 2014, though she departed once more just a year later in 2015 as tension continued to rise on set.

Now, O'Donnell has been speaking about her time with Goldberg on the show and how interacting with her was actually not the most pleasant experience in her eyes.

Rosie O'Donnell has opened up on her relationship with Whoopi Goldberg.
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Speaking on Tuesday's episode of Now What With Brooke Shields, O'Donnell said on her relationship with Goldberg: "We clashed in ways that I was shocked by."

During her second term as host, one topic that was a big discussion point that O'Donnell felt was important to cover on the show was Bill Cosby's sexual-assault allegations.

However, O'Donnell claims that Goldberg didn't want to cover the story, though the latter did actually speak about the allegations on the show.

"I don't like snap judgments because I've had snap judgments made on me, so I'm very very careful… save your texts, save your nasty comments... I don't care," Goldberg said on the show back in 2015.

Essentially, the Ghost actor was noting that people in the US justice system are innocent until proven guilty.

Whoopi Goldberg co-hosted the show with O'Donnell.

Despite her troubles with Goldberg, while O'Donnell said she felt she was made to feel like the 'villain', she does not actually have any regrets about doing The View.

"I feel like each thing [in show business] I learn something," she said. "I know this — it’s not the best use of my talent to get in a show where I have to argue and defend basic principles of humanity and kindness."

However, she then confirmed: "It was not something I'd ever do again."

UNILAD has reached out to Whoopi Goldberg's reps for comment.

Topics: Film and TV, Celebrity