Whoopi Goldberg: I shine when I'm not in love

The colorful star admitted that while others may be happy when they're in a relationship, she's more than happy to be single and has no plans to commit to anyone again. The 68-year-old actress was first married to Alvin Martin in the 1970s, then to David Klassen in the late 1980s, and finally to Lyle Trachtenberg from 1994 to 1995.
In an interview with CBS Sunday Mornings, she explained: "I think other people seem to sparkle when they're in love, and I like to see that. But I sparkle when I'm not in love, which is normal. And the older I get, the more I'm happy. So just in case - and I'm pointing this out to people who might want to write to me - here's what to do. I know how cute I am, so you don't have to tell me how I'm not enough attractive to have a boyfriend because, shockingly, I've had a lot."
Meanwhile, the "Sister Act" star has hosted "The View" for nearly 20 years, but came under fire when she recently said the Holocaust was "not about race," and while she's "very confident," she declined to give a specific response to the question of whether he "regrets" his comments.
She said: "I'm very confident in myself. But I'm also confident in the fact that I've made gigantic mistakes and stepped in a lot of mud along the way. I'm at a loss as to how to answer that question because people are waiting to I said what I wanted to say, and they removed me. I respected what they said. And if anyone really cares about it, they can look it up again in such a situation"./BGNES