Corcoran’s remark on “The View” co-host’s weight was made while she was a guest on the show’s episode.
TMZ caught Goldberg leaving the NYC ABC studios on Monday and asked where she stood with the “Corcoran” group founder.
Water Under The Bridge
Goldberg seemed not to recall the incident in a video clip uploaded by the tabloid, proving that she was not upset by the tasteless remark.
The multi-award-winning icon said Corcoran has an unusual sense of humor, so she took no offense to her statement.
Goldberg said she had a friendship with the real estate broker over 20-years-old and will not crumble because of the minor incident—especially when her friend apologized immediately.
It seems viewers may have taken Corcoran’s comment more personally than the co-host.
Her Unfunny Joke
The Blast had previously reported on Corcoran’s off-putting jest on Thursday’s episode of “The View.”
The 72-year-old, alongside Daymond John and Mark Cuban of “Shark Tank,” came on the show to talk about Emma Grede, the CEO of “Good American” denim.
Grede will be the first Black female to star as a guest shark on the program, and the panelists discussed the monumental milestone.
While praising Grede for producing size-inclusive jeans, Goldberg asked if the denim would fit her “COVID butt.”
“And when you get finished with those jeans and decide you don’t like them, give them to me. I’m gonna make two pairs!”
Goldberg chose not to comment and stared awkwardly at the camera.
Navarro did not let things slide. She pointed at Corcoran’s dress, telling Whoopi that Sara Haines and Jill Biden wore it on TV already. The co-host’s joke stuck as the panelists laughed out loud.
— Barbara Corcoran (@BarbaraCorcoran) October 7, 2021
Reflecting On Her Statement
Corcoran publicly apologized to Goldberg over her remark on “The View.” The real estate developer took to Twitter on Thursday with an apology video in which she captioned “Love ya Whoopi with a blue heart emoji.”
Corcoran revealed she had no bad intentions towards Goldberg but her “phenomenal sense of humor” made her crack a joke at her friend’s expense which was not funny.
The businesswoman ended with an apology to anyone she unintentionally hurt with her statement.
Unfortunately for Corcoran, her atonement was not accepted as fans called her “to those I offended” trope an irresponsible apology.