Whoopi Goldberg Supports Miranda Lambert After Concert ‘Selfies’ Controversy

Whoopi Goldberg is talking about how she feels.

Goldberg was seen backing Miranda Lambert when she stormed off the set of ABC’s The View on Tuesday after an argument about her concert “selfies.”

The country music singer got into trouble when she stopped her Las Vegas show in the middle to tell some fans off for taking selfies instead of listening to her song.

After playing the whole clip, co-host Sunny Hostin, 54, read out the prices fans paid for tickets. She sided with the concertgoers by saying that if she paid $757 for tickets, she would take as many selfies as she wanted. I’m sorry, just me!’

Goldberg, 67, didn’t agree and took the country superstar’s side by using Hostin’s point against her.

“You know what? Stay home. If you’re going to spend $750 to come to my concert, then give me the respect of watching me while I do my thing, or don’t come,” Goldberg said before walking away.

Hostin said that she usually takes pictures at events so that she can remember them.

“Maybe I wanna play it again,” she said. “Maybe I want the picture, and I want the music in the background,” she said.

Then Goldberg got tired of it and got up, saying, “I’m leaving y’all!”

Lambert shocked her fans on Sunday when she stopped her show to yell at people who were “taking selfies” during her set.

A TikTok video showed the star singing her song when she told the pianist to stop playing.

Lambert told the pianist, “I’m gonna stop right here for a second, I’m sorry. These girls are worried about their selfie and not listening to the song.”

The clip showed some fans leaving while someone said, “Let’s go — you don’t do that to fans.”