Meghan McCain Pays Touching Tribute to Friendship with 'The View' Co-host Whoopi Goldberg
TV personality Meghan McCain had nothing but delightful words to share as she took out time to admire her friend and fellow star, Whoopi Goldberg in her recent social media update.
"The View" co-host, Meghan McCain duly honored veteran star and fellow TV host, Whoopi Goldberg in her latest post on Instagram.
The post shared to her page had McCain showing her heartfelt feeling and appreciation for their years of working together and being friends.
McCain, a seasoned TV personality, shared a picture collage of herself and Goldberg in what looked like a scene from the daytime show, "The View." Her caption could warm any heart:
"Getting to work with a living icon like @whoopigoldberg every day is still such a privilege and totally surreal. Love you, Whoop…"
The 35-year-old went on as she thanked the Hollywood veteran for all that she has learned from her. McCain mentioned that she felt lucky to work with Goldberg and the other "incredible women" on the show.
Fans in the comments agreed with McCain's post as they commended her and Goldberg while encouraging them to keep up the excellent work.
McCain once mentioned that she would not be on the show if Goldberg was not present.
The three-time Emmy nominee and Goldberg have had their fair share of TV drama and arguments due to their different political views. However, they always makeup and level up with positivity.
Once on the show, McCain told the "Ghost" actress how much she loved and appreciated her. She made it known that Goldberg was her late father's friend and she felt like they were family.
Although all the hosts on "The View" do not have a close relationship outside the show, they are amicable and treat themselves as family.
McCain once mentioned that she would not be on the show if Goldberg was not present because the "Sister Act" actress knows how to handle everyone's personalities.
The legendary actress was born Caryn Elaine Johnson, and she started her career as an actress. She got her big break after landing a role in 1985's "The Color Purple." In 2001, her role in "Ghost" earned her an Academy Award.
She became the second African-American woman to win the award. More of her acting credit include "Sisters Act," "Interrupted," and "The Deep End of the Ocean."
The 64-year-old Hollywood legend joined "The View" in 2007 as the moderator. Over the years, Goldberg has found herself in heated arguments regarding her political views, which contrasted with her flow host; however, the ladies get along well.