Whoopi Goldberg's Surprise Visit After Health Scare Brings Tears On 'The View'
15 March, 2019, 01:42 | Author: Cecil Buchanan
Goldberg was missing from set since February 6 - more than a month - revealing last week that her bout with pneumonia was so severe that she almost died.
Goldberg said it was her first "foray" out but that she is still dealing with remnants of her illness. "And it got me to thinking: 'Why is it that I've been paying insurance for nearly 60 years and it hasn't rolled over, you know what I mean?"
"This is my first foray out, I'm not there yet, I know that, but the only way it's gonna get better is if I begin, so this is my beginning", she explained, still coughing.
Her fellow co-hosts were stunned by her arrival and Goldberg was greeted with their smiles and embraces while the audience chanted her name.
It's great to see that she is doing so much better! "But over the next week-and-a-half, I will start to be here more often".
Goldberg, who is still recovering, says she spent three weeks in the hospital. "It was, there's death and here's me". She encouraged people to take their health issues seriously before they spiral into something which could be fatal. Sepsis is the leading cause of death in hospitals, with at least 250,000 Americans dying ever year from it in the United States alone (that's more than breast cancer, AIDS and strokes combined). "I know that", she said during the show. You say, 'I'm gonna just keep going, keep going.' And you think because you've healed quick before that something insane can't happen.
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"You must really take care of yourself, because there's little tiny stuff out there that will kill you that you never think of", Goldberg said.
Whoopi Goldberg makes a surprise visit to the set of ABC's, "The View", on March 14, 2019. Tell me where you're putting my money. "He said, 'You need to be really clear in what this is". So Goldberg asked if she could lease it.
"Some people said to me, 'So how did you get pregnant?' and I couldn't figure out what they were talking about, but then I remember [Joy] had said I had gone on maternity leave", Goldberg said.
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