At 67 years old, the view co-host Whoopi Goldberg has seen a lot. She often doesn’t like what she sees, and she’s finally discovered the root of many of society’s ills: reality TV. American idol..
Goldberg was discussing the new Netflix documentary Anna Nicole Smith: You don’t know me during the show’s daily “Hot Topics” segment.
It was then that things took an unexpected turn.
When he talked about reality shows, he would point his finger.
“Have basketball wivesDo you have the Housewives whatever, all the Bravo shows, giving you the impression that you’re doing something wrong because you’re living your life,” he said.
“People watch these shows because they make them feel better,” he said. “People like to be judicious.”
Goldberg then searched for the perfect metaphor for Judgy.
“I think we as a society love to look at things to judge people. I’ve always thought that the start of the society’s downfall was with, what’s the name of that show? Goldberg continued, before an off-camera producer suggested: “american idol?”
“Once we gave people the ability to judge other people, I think we went crazy and it got out of hand,” Goldberg said. “They invited the public to decide who that person was, and I feel like once we did that, we started on a cycle that we haven’t. [gotten out of],” she added.
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