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Whoopi Goldberg Gets An Incredibly Touching Message!

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Whoopi Goldberg thought that the roles she's played have had no real impact on anyone.

She thought that before this man stood up in the audience during an interview with her, and wanted to tell her his story about how her role on Star Trek helped him learn to socialize as a child… a child with autism!

We've never seen Whoopi so beautifully emotional like this!

This room must be really dusty, because we got something in our eyes! LOLz!

Witness the moment (above)!

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3 comments to “Whoopi Goldberg Gets An Incredibly Touching Message!”

  1. Maria says – reply to this


    Another reason why we love Whoopie & Guinan!!! :)

  2. Deb says – reply to this


    You got to love Whoopi. I love all her movies. Especially Jumping Jack Fash.

  3. NatashahB says – reply to this


    That is such a nice video, my 7 yr old son has autism and got diagnosed from a very young age. I'm only 26 yrs old and have had to deal with so much shit from strangers, denial from family and rubbish from money hungry doctors. There is not enough exposure or awareness about Autism or other disabilities anywhere in the world (I'm from Australia and the help here is absolutley pathetic and expensive), and as much as the video was lovely its not going to solve any issues or pay for therapy sessions or make an autistic child's life easier. The only time people sit up is if a big time celebrity is behind a campaign and unfortunately that doesn't happen very often. The world we live in doesn't look like children with disabilities are going to have a bright future.