Whoopi Goldberg confirms space aliens are among us: 'They're already here'

Whoopi Goldberg confirms space aliens are among us: 'They're already here'

"They're watching us."

Whoopi GoldbergThe View moderator, intergalactic Star Trek queen, and anti-cactus warrior — has done what the United States government has never dared in its nearly 250 years of existence: confirm that extraterrestrial life has made contact with humanity.

The Oscar-winning actress and apparent interstellar explorer told her cohosts Wednesday that she is fully aware that aliens are among us on earth, after View guest and Ghostbusters franchise star Kumail Nanjiani said he believes in space-dwelling beings.

"I think they're waiting for us to clean up a little bit so that they can come here and tell us we're really messing things up," Nanjiani joked, before Goldberg spoke of her findings.

"They're already here," she said, calmly. "They're already ... They've been here for quite some time."

A stunned Nanjiani turned to Goldberg for further information, as she did not elaborate on how — or why — she knows such information. "And what are they doing?" he asked, to which she responded: "They're watching us."

<p>ABC; Getty</p> Whoopi Goldberg confirms aliens exist on 'The View'

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Whoopi Goldberg confirms aliens exist on 'The View'

"They're watching us?" Nanjiani asked, before Sara Haines attempted to soften the impact of Goldberg's stunning revelation with some levity. "She talks to ghosts, not aliens. Duh," Haines said, referencing Goldberg's role in the classic movie Ghost. "I got you, girl."

Entertainment Weekly has reached out to a representative for The View for more information on how Goldberg knows aliens exist.

This isn't the first time Goldberg has discussed aliens on The View. The subject came up multiple times in 2023, with the actress reacting to a congressional hearing on UFOs that yielded claims that the government possessed "non-human" body parts by telling her cohosts she already "knew" that information.

Later in September, she got up from her seat at the Hot Topics table to analyze a large photo of a reported alien body, indicating to the panelists that her findings, in the moment, concluded that "it's definitely dead."

The View airs weekdays at 11 a.m. ET on ABC.

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