The “Ghost” actress revealed during “The View” that she once couldn’t stop laughing — while at a funeral.
Goldberg, 67, opened up about the awkward incident during the show’s “Hot Topics” segment on Thursday.
“The best thing to do, you have to try to get up and leave — covering it doesn’t help,” she said. “I went through this with somebody who was dead, and I thought, ‘I am in deep doo,’ because nothing was right in the coffin.”
“You were laughing at a corpse?” co-host Sara Haines chimed in.
“I was one of two people who saw that there was an issue, and we could not get up and you couldn’t adjust anything,” Goldberg replied, not giving context as to what was wrong with the situation. “You couldn’t go over and go, ‘Wait, let me fix this,’ and I got up and left.”
The Oscar winner is full of quirky revelations on the daytime talk show. Over the years, she’s revealed details about her will once she dies.
“Yeah, no, I don’t want to be a hologram, but that’s been in my will for 15 years,” she said in July. “Yeah, my estate doesn’t want it. My estate wants to be left alone.”
In December 2022, she also noted that unauthorized biopics about her life have been prevented from being made.
“They’re not going to make films because in my will it says, ‘Unless you speak to my family, try it.’ Try it,” she said.
“The View” airs weekdays at 11 a.m. ET on ABC.