Whoopi Goldberg nixes being a ‘freaky, creepy’ hologram after death
episode.The topic came up during a conversation about the recent ruling about the will found in Aretha Franklin’s couch cushion, as they spoke about being proactive about your own wishes — especially when you’re a public figure.“Yeah, no, I don’t want to be a hologram, that’s been in my will for 15 years,” Goldberg said.“No one has really asked me if I want to be a hologram yet,” co-host Joy Behar joked in response.“Well no, they don’t ask you, that’s the thing, they just do it,” Goldberg said. “They just do it and then you go, ‘Hey, isn’t that Tupac? You know? Wait a minute, didn’t Tupac die? What is he doing up on …’ Yeah see, I don’t want that.”“It’s a little freaky, creepy,” she added.ARETHA FRANKLIN'S WILL FOUND IN COUCH FOUND VALID: Following a Michigan jury ruling that a document handwritten by the Queen of Soul and found in her couch after her death is a valid will, #TheView co-hosts discuss why some are hesitant to create a will.