With two ladies out at The View (Joy Behar and Elisabeth Hasselbeck), rumors of replacements have been running wild. And while it seems like everyone is excited to find out who will be joining the show, co-host Whoopi Goldberg isn’t.
During the Vanity Fair party at the Tribeca Film Festival, Goldberg, 57, was candid about her feelings on finding replacements for the talk show.
“Let me tell you this aboutÂ The View: I take a paycheck every other week. That’s all I do. I could give a sh-t what comes. I do my job — I have a contract. That’s where I stand. I don’t give a f-ck,” Goldberg said.
Behar announced she was leaving the show, which was created by Barbara Walters, at the beginning of March. Though reports surfaced that Hasselbeck was fired, Walters has denied the claims.
She went on to clarify that she’s not part of the casting process.Â ”I don’t care. That’s not my job,” she explained. “My job is to show up and be cute by 11 o’clock and get the f-ck off that show by 12. And that’s what I try to do.”
Goldberg also said she’s been avoiding listening to casting rumors.Â ”I think it’s the only way to keep your sanity because these are not decisions that I get to make,” she said. “It ain’t my show. It’s Barbara’s show.”