You make ‘women feel bad’ Wgoopi Goldberg accuses Meghan Markle

You make ‘women feel bad’ Wgoopi Goldberg accuses Meghan Markle

After alleging that her experience as a briefcase girl on Deal or No Deal made her feel like a “bimbo,” Whoopi Goldberg accused Meghan Markle of making “other women feel horrible.”

Goldberg said yesterday on her talk program The View that the Duchess of Sussex’s opinions may be offensive to other women who were ‘simply trying to earn a life’ in the entertainment business.

On a recent edition of her podcast, Meghan said that appearing on the program between 2006 and 2007 made her feel objectified and unappreciated as a real person.

The mother of two and former actress stated that although she was ‘grateful’ that the work helped with the bills, she felt that her ‘beauty’ and not her ‘brains’ were the only things that were admired about her.

One of her former co-stars was motivated by this to publicly declare that the program had given them “so many possibilities” and that the models who opened briefcases on the show were not picked only based on their appearance.

According to the Sun, Goldberg has now spoken in, claiming that she didn’t believe viewers of the program would have objectified the briefcase ladies.

I’m not sure whether the individuals seated there are considering you in that way. She said that they were thinking, “I want the money.”

Possible sources of objectification include you and how you perceived how these women were depicted.

You must alter it because we are actors, I repeat. When you accept a performance engagement, sometimes you’re wearing a bozo costume and other times you have a large nose because that’s simply the way it is.

The panel on the talk program said that although Meghan was accountable for accepting the position in the first place, she was well within her rights to quit if that is how it made her feel.

My point is that, if you see that and feel that way, you may not want to make the other ladies feel awful because they could also be trying to earn a livelihood, Goldberg said.

Meghan, who made 34 appearances on the program in its second season between 2006 and 2007, said she left the show because she felt “objectified.” The duchess said she was had to wear a padded bra and undergo frequent spray tans.

She stated that since the program was primarily on “beauty,” it made her feel “not clever.”

Paris Hilton appeared as a guest on the most recent episode of Meghan’s podcast, which was just released today. The royal said she was appreciative of the money she made from Deal or No Deal while she tried to become a successful actress, referring to it as ‘a short stint’ to pay the bills, but she did not like ‘how it made her feel, which was not smart.’

There were moments while she was filming Deal or No Deal that she would reflect about her time as an intern at the US Embassy in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She recalled riding in the same motorcade as the secretary of the Treasury at the time and being praised for having a sharp mind.

“In this place, I was appreciated for the exact opposite thing. In the end, I left the program. I was much more than the objectification taking on on stage.

I disliked being pressured to be all show and no substance. Being compared to this particular archetype, the phrase “bimbo,” was how it felt for me at the time.

She continued by saying that, unlike her on the program, she wanted her one-year-old daughter, Lilibet, to be respected more for her intelligence than her “beauty.”

She said, “I want our daughter to aim a little higher.” Yes, I want Lili to take pleasure in her intelligence and desire to pursue an education.

According to the actress, she and the other ladies on the program were made to “queue up” for different aesthetic procedures, such as “padding in their bras,” “attaching artificial eyelashes,” and “putting in” hair extensions.

We even received spray-tan coupons each week, she said, “since there was a very predetermined image of exactly how we should appear.” “It was just about our attractiveness,” she said.

The wife of Prince Harry also said that a lady “in control” of the program would instruct her to “suck it in” before to the start of shooting, presumably to keep her stomach in for the camera.

However, Claudia Jordan, who co-hosted the NBC game show with Meghan, 41, wrote a venomous tirade against the duchess on Instagram on Tuesday, criticizing remarks she made about it in the most recent edition of her Archetypes podcast.

Deal or No Deal actress Claudia criticized Meghan for her remarks, saying the program “never treated them like bimbos” and helped create “so many possibilities” for women. Claudia appeared in four seasons of the game show from 2005 to 2009.

For clarification, she said, “sure, landing a modeling contract on a game show isn’t always about your intelligence, but every episode the executive producers chose five models with the most outgoing and engaging personalities to put microphones on, who they knew would interact with the competitors.

And we were never treated like bimbos on Deal or No Deal. Those chances came our way as a result of the show.

The reality star went on to say that everything depends on the opportunity and “what you make of it.” If you simply come up and don’t participate, she said, you’ll just collect your check and not get anything from it.

However, there are no restrictions on what you may do with the opportunity if you show up and grasp your opportunities.

Claudia stated she “enjoyed” working on Deal or No Deal and that it helped pave the way for a successful career.

The actress continued, “It was a step on the ladder I’ve been climbing for 25 years that paid all my bills, put me in front of 13 million people every night, and led to me getting on Celebrity Apprentice, Celebrity Apprentice All Stars, a breast cancer awareness campaign, guest hosting Extra, getting into People magazine’s 100 Most Beautiful issue, and so much more.”

Additionally, I co-hosted the 2009 Miss Universe pageant with @BillyBush in front of 500 million viewers as a result of it. Not bad for a “bimbo,” really.

The 49-year-old claimed it was necessary for her to defend the program and everyone who worked so hard to make it a success, even though she wanted her fans to know that she wasn’t “attacking” Meghan.

She defended the lady, saying, “Lord knows I’ve been defending her in the media for years.” And I still will, but I simply didn’t want there to be any misunderstandings on the Deal or No Deal set about the weather and surroundings.

And I’m especially guarding [host] Howie Mandel, who treated all 26 of us with nothing but kindness and respect.

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