Whoopi Goldberg Shocks Co-Host Alyssa Farah Griffin and 'The View' Audience With Super Personal Question

Thursday's episode of 'The View' took a surprising turn at Goldberg's seemingly random question.

Whoopi Goldberg stunned Alyssa Farah Griffin on Thursday's episode of The View. While the women, and their fellow panelists Joy Behar, Sara Haines and Sunny Hostin, were discussing Mitt Romney's decision not to seek reelection in the Senate, Goldberg looked at Griffin out of the blue and blurted out, "Are you pregnant?"

"No! Oh my god!" a shocked Griffin replied, before noting that her husband, Justin Griffin's, mother was in the show's studio audience. "You can't say that while my mother-in-law is here! She's been dying for me to get pregnant."

Griffin then wondered allowed Goldberg's reason for inquiring, asking, "Why? Do I look pregnant?"

"Yes," Goldberg replied. "I just got a vibe. I'm so sorry."

Griffin went on to explain that, while she's not pregnant just yet, she is "very open to being pregnant soon."

"I am not blessed to be pregnant yet," she said. "My husband and I are thinking about it. I'm pretty sure. I'm pretty sure."


Goldberg once again apologized, telling Griffin, "Forgive me. I see a glow."

"I'll take it. I will take it," Griffin replied. "I'll take a test when I get home just to be sure."

Before the group moved on, Goldberg once again told Griffin, "Please forgive me."

ET spoke to the ladies of The View at the start of the show's 27th season earlier this month, and Behar remarked on the good group of women who currently make up the panel.

"None of us are crazy," she said. "Well, we're crazy but we're not mental, you know? We're friendly to each other, nobody's really a troublemaker right now. Even off [the set]. We pretty much agree with each other on a lot of things so, I don't think that we're having a fight. If we had a Trumper on the panel it would've been harder but, even Alyssa, who is a big conservative girl, doesn't believe in [Donald] Trump at all. So that's easy for us."

As for how Griffin manages not to take the drama of The View home with her, she told ET, "Honestly, we have to keep our heads clear. I work out every day. That's my one thing to keep mental clarity and kind of keep focus. And also know when to unplug. This is a job that's so demanding, you've got to follow so many things that are happening, but at the end of the night, save a little time for me, my husband, my puppy. That's clearing my head."