Whoopi Goldberg’s granddaughter, Amara Skye, says ‘The Show’ star was ‘All For” Her joining ‘Claimto Fame’ (Exclusive).

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Whoopi Goldberg’s granddaughter The View Moderator’s full support in joining ABC’s hit show Claim Fame. After her elimination in Monday’s episode, Amara Skye opened up to PopCulture.com about her time on the reality show that pits celebrity family members against one another in a competition to discover each other’s identities – including her explosive exit speech.

Skye watches “a lot”Reality TV, especially competition programs like Big Brother The ChallengeShe was, indeed. “hooked”By the idea behind Claim FameGoldberg was right from the beginning. “legit” show. “She was all for it,”Skye spoke to PopCulture. “She was like, ‘Alright, go for it!'” 

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The Sister Act Star even suggested some game ideas. “She was trying to tell me, ‘Don’t talk to a lot of people, just lie, lie, lie,'”Skye recalled that her grandmother didn’t give her any advice. She instead decided to try the strategy of being more like a. “people person.”Even if she didn’t give her advice, Goldberg is “enjoying the show so far,” Skye revealed. “It’s pretty cool, I think she thinks it’s hilarious.”

The artist definitely made her mark on the show, going out with an explosive speech in which she called out all her fellow players – except for Pepper – as fake. “When I was having the speech happen, I was like, ‘I’m so f-king mad, I’m so pissed,'”Skye added, “I was just really upset and I just didn’t like that they used me. I really felt used.”With the ability to reflect, however came a new perspective. “After I thought about it, I was like, ‘You know what? It’s a game. I just didn’t like how it happened,”PopCulture heard from her.

Skye laughed as she tried to reconnect with her fellow players following the game. “Everyone was probably more like, ‘There’s Amara, what’s she gonna say now?’ because I left with such a stank attitude.”However, she was all about connecting with them outside. “It was just a mindset,”Skye spoke highly of Skye’s competitive nature. “I’m not in that mindset, I’m a regular person.”

Skye is now getting ready for her next art show – Visuals & Vibes – curated by Hellotittie, a black-owned women empowerment brand, and scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 17 in Brooklyn, New York. For more details, click here. Claim FameProduced by Kinetic Content, it airs Mondays at 10:00 p.m. ET on ABC.

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