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Award-winning actress and talk show host Whoopi Goldberg stopped by this morning's TODAY on NBC to talk about her role in the upcoming reboot of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. During the interview, the funnylady admitted that with all the recent rumors and speculation over who will join her on the panel of the ABC talk show 'The View,' she really has no idea what's in store for the show's upcoming season.
"Nothing has been put in cement," says Goldberg who insists that only ABC knows what's going on, but she's "okay with that."
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