Whoopi Goldberg Launches New YouTube-Based Series ‘Rollin’ with Whoopi’ (Watch 1st 2 Episodes)

Whoopi Goldberg Launches New YouTube-Based Series 'Rollin' with Whoopi' (Watch 1st 2 Episodes)

Whoopi Goldberg has released the first two episodes of what looks like a new web series she’s apparently been working on, that we’ve known nothing about, titled Rollin’ With Whoopi

In a nutshell, the show captures Whoopi’s daily commute into NYC for work, accompanied by makeup artist and hairdresser Karen Dupiche and Yancey Edwards, as they yap away in their Cadillac Escalade.
Sounds exciting doesn’t it? I’m being sarcastic of course, but I’m sure this will appeal to some people.

In the first episode embedded below, the trio hashes out the meaning and spelling of the word “betrothed.” And in the second, Edwards eats while Dupiche shames him for doing so. Like I said, exciting stuff.

First the teaser:

And below are the first 2 episodes:

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Comments

Rita Saumell

i have been a fan of yours for many years. not just your movies but i find we agree on a lot of hot topics. i saw you and joy at the mgm at foxwoods years a couple years ago. got to say i laugh from the moment you opened your mouth. in fact i took my daughter which gave us bonding time , something we never do; but in fact you now have a new fan in her. thats enough bull for now love you keep on keeping on rita

Sherry

Great Idea Whoopi..I have enjoyed you for many years. I would love to know where you get those wonderful socks you wear. Hope to hear from you regarding this. Best of luck with your New venture on You tube.. Keep up the good work…Sherry

Judy Hamilton

Dear Whoopi,

I have never contacted a celebrity before, but after watching you on The View I have come to really admire you as a person. You are an innately kind and generous of spirit. I have enjoyed your talent through the years but now I really like you as a human being. Thank you for being you. Judy

Tammi

It is at least as interesting as, Seinfeld's "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" and it was picked up by Crackle for several seasons, so why shouldn't Whoopi's webisode have the same, if not better, success. Best of luck of to her.

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