Jun 22, 2022
The View fans spot bizarre detail behind host Whoopi Goldberg in the background of the talk show
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THE View fans have spotted a bizarre detail in the background of the show while watching on Wednesday.
Viewers are asking for more details about what they saw behind host Whoopi Goldberg during the broadcast.4The View fans spotted a bizarre detail in the background of the show on WednesdayCredit: ABC 4They started wondering who the guy hanging out behind host Whoopi Goldberg isCredit: ABC
Just as the show was heading into a commercial break, the camera went from being zoomed in on the hosts to panning out a bit.
As more of the stage came into view, fans noticed that a man in a suit came out from backstage and onto the main set.
They spotted him a few feet behind Whoopi and pointed him out on social media.
The eagle-eyed fan shared a screenshot of the mystery man and tweeted at The View, asking: “Who the heck is that dude walking out??”Read More on The ViewSTORM BREWING The View host Whoopi shocks fans by SHADING Sunny in uncomfortable momentSUNNY VIEW The View host Sunny pays off massive $1M tax debt five years after joining show
Another fan speculated that he’s “Whoopi’s bodyguard” or security for the hosts during the commercial break.
The suited-man spotting came just as Whoopi announced it was time to go to commercial, moments after she shaded her co-host Sunny Hostin.
The shady behavior came amid a Hot Topic discussion, as Sunny and her co-host Joy Behar got into a bit of an argument.
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That’s when Sunny decided to halt their chat and say that they’d pick it back up later, which is normally Whoopi’s role on the show.
Seemingly because of that, when the camera turned back onto the moderator for her to tell viewers they were going to break, she took a beat first.
Whoopi stared directly into the camera, then she gave a little sideways glance to the live audience, looking annoyed by what had just happened.
One fan tweeted: “Whoopi's facial expressions are unmatched”
Another wrote: “Lol Whoopi's look to the audience!”
A third said that “Whoopi's facial expressions are priceless!”
This comes after fans called out Whoopi for making a rude comment to Sunny on the show just last week.
Fans were shocked by Whoopi cutting off Sunny at one point and practically telling her to hurry it up.
One fan tweeted: “Whoopi stays on Sunny's neck.”
Another shocked viewer wrote: “Wish Whoopi would treat Sunny with more respect.”
Fans have started petitioning to have her fired from the show after various comments and on-air blunders.
Whoopi got into hot water with fans in January after she claimed the Holocaust, which involved the murder of six million Jews and other victims, was not "about race."
She was briefly suspended from the talk show, though some viewers haven't forgiven the actress for her remark.Read More On The SunKIM'S HELL Kim & Kanye headed for trial as volatile rapper is still stalling divorceHIDDEN CLUES 7 critical mysteries in Gabby Petito case that could be answered in court
A petition has circulated on Change.org, insisting that Whoopi be let go of her hosting duties for her "repulsive verbiage and actions."
The petition, created immediately following the January 31 episode, has enlisted nearly 40k signatures.4The moment came just after Whoopi shocked viewers by shading her co-host Sunny HostinCredit: ABC 4Fans joked about how 'priceless' the moderator's facial expressions are after she used them to shade SunnyCredit: ABC
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Mets stomp Rangers, 4-3, in series opener behind power from Eduardo Escobar, solid start from David Peterson
The Mets’ elixir for slumps is, apparently, playing the Texas Rangers.
Eduardo Escobar (0-for-9), Mark Canha (0-for-14), and Francisco Lindor (0-for-11) all broke out of their offensive slides in the Mets’ 4-3 win over the Rangers on Friday night at Citi Field.
Lindor led off the fourth with a single to right field off Texas starter Glenn Otto. Then Canha drove Lindor in with an RBI single to left. Finally, Escobar crushed a three-run home run in the fourth, his seventh of the year, and brought 35,639 fans to their feet at Citi Field.
Of that trio, no one needed to break out of his skid more than Escobar. Buck Showalter gave the slumping third baseman two consecutive days off in an attempt, that perhaps worked, to turn his offensive blues around. Escobar entered Friday hitting .199 against right-handers and .178 with runners in scoring position.
The Mets (48-29) snapped a three-game losing streak following their win over the Rangers. The Mets are 21-7 following a loss this season. The last time they lost three or more consecutive games was a five-game losing streak at the end of September last year.
David Peterson learned at the last minute that he would be starting on Friday, but the late notice didn’t seem to impact his performance. Chris Bassitt, Friday’s scheduled starter, went on the COVID IL. Peterson was the obvious replacement because he last pitched five days ago in Miami and also because, well, he’s been excellent in an otherwise inconsistent starting rotation.
The left-hander picked up where he left off, recording at least eight strikeouts in consecutive starts for the first time in his career. Peterson added another high-water mark before his night was over; he matched a career-high 10 strikeouts against the Rangers in his 10th start (11th outing) of the season. His only real blemishes came on home-run balls to Marcus Semien and Nathan Lowe in the third and fifth inning, respectively. Otherwise, he was sharp across his 90-pitch, six-inning outing.
Peterson has recorded 18 strikeouts and permitted no walks over his last two starts (13 innings). All the while, the southpaw has been awaiting the arrival of his first born child. Before the game, Showalter said it was likely that Peterson would go on paternity leave the moment his outing was over.