The Sister Act star's New York City home was battered by the post-tropical cyclone, which struck the North East last week (begs29Oct12) and knocked out Goldberg's electricity.
Americans turned out to the polls on Tuesday to cast their vote in the tight presidential race and the nervous Barack Obama supporter admits she took drastic measures to gather the final results since she had no Internet, TV, or cell phone reception.
Raving about Obama's re-election during her talk show The View on Wednesday (07Nov12), the 56 year old said, "See I missed all of it (the news coverage) because I still have no power...
"This is how crazy I am. I couldn't get a signal in the house so I had to put on a jacket, run outside, do a little tweets, see what people told me and then run back in the house. So I did this all night, and then I thought, 'You know, you're too old for this, it's cold out here, take your black behind in the house and go to bed.' So I went to bed thinking he (Obama) won but you never know."
"And it's snowing.... Here comes the next storm. Stay warm and safe peeps!" Actress Melissa Joan Hart braces herself for another winter upset on America's East Coast after Hurricane Sandy battered the same area last week (29Oct12). The TV star was left without power in her Connecticut home for a full week as a result of the devastation caused by the superstorm.
America's East Coast was battered by heavy winds and rain as the storm hit last week (beg29Oct12), leaving New York City at a standstill.
The producers behind the Broadway revival of David Mamet's Glengarry Glen Ross scrapped a number of rehearsals when some of the actors were unable to attend due to the bad weather and they have now delayed the official opening by four weeks, according to Bloomberg.com.
Pacino's play has been in previews since last month (Oct12) and was due to officially open on 11 November (12), but the launch will now take place on 8 December (12).
Actors Ethan Hawke, Dave Annable, Tony Danza, Ana Gasteyer and reality TV star Nicole 'Snooki' Polizzi were among the celebrities who helped to man the phones and take donations from viewers of U.S. breakfast show Good Morning America on Monday (05Nov12) to raise funds for Disney and the ABC network's Day of Giving. The charity drive aimed to boost money for the American Red Cross to aid victims of Hurricane Sandy, which battered the East Coast of the U.S. last week (begs29Oct12).
The new mother, who gave birth to third son Tucker in September (12), was forced to shelter in the basement of her house in Westport, Connecticut last Monday (29Oct12) when severe winds battered America's East Coast.
Hart and her husband Mark Wilkerson, as well as their three children, were not injured in the storm, but their home was left without power, and she has now revealed the supply has still not been reconnected a week after the property was cut off.
In a post in Twitter.com, the actress writes, "Heading into day 8 without power. Just got an update that we are part of 12 per cent not up and running. Frustrated yet counting blessings!"
The family was able to get a generator working after the initial outage, but the power went off again when the machine broke. She previously wrote, "Generator died last nite (sic). Good friends lent theirs but gas is scarce now..."
The Gladiator star was brought back to shore by members of the Long Island Coast Guard after he became stranded when a kayaking trip off the coast of New York went wrong.
His rescuers have been busy helping those affected by Hurricane Sandy since the storm hit America's East Coast last month (Oct12), so Crowe has made a donation to boost their aid efforts.
In a post on Twitter.com, he writes, "In honour of Seth (crew member Seth Pritt) & L.I (Long Island) Coast Guard & friends on Staten Island, donated to NYC Mayors Fund and plant a million trees fund."
Crowe has been in New York filming Darren Aronofsky's new biblical epic Noah, which was forced to shut down production while the storm battered the coastline.
"My place is flooded. I have to find a completely new place to live." Designer Marc Jacobs has been forced to move out of his West Village home after parts of New York were battered by superstorm Sandy last week (ends04Nov12).
The conjurer was riding his motorbike in Lower Manhattan earlier this week (beg29Oct12) when he noticed a line of people snaking around the block.
When he pulled over and was told residents were waiting for food from the Old Homestead Steakhouse, where staff were serving on the street during the storm-induced blackout, Blaine asked for a deck of cards and spent 90 minutes entertaining 800 queuing diners.
An onlooker tells New York Post gossip column Page Six, "David was rumbling by on his motorcycle, and he stopped to see why there was a line on 14th Street."
Thousands of New Yorkers were left without power when the storm battered America's East Coast on Monday (29Oct12).
Residents of the Big Apple were plunged into darkness on Monday night (29Oct12) as superstorm Sandy battered America's East Coast, and thousands were still without power on Friday (02Nov12).
Staff at Cipriani 42nd Street opened the venue's doors for a star-studded Halloween bash on Wednesday (31Oct12), and celebrities flocked to the restaurant to shake off the doom of the week's events, according to New York Post gossip column Page Six.
Guests at the party included funnyman Jonah Hill, rapper Timbaland, and burlesque star Dita Von Teese, and many revellers partied until 6am.
A source tells the publication, "Without power, many escaped uptown, and rather than staying on a friend's couch or in their hotel room, they went out. People at the party were just happy to be around others."
The Natural Born Killers director insists it's no coincidence Hurricane Sandy hit just before the presidential election and he urges President Barack Obama and his Republican rival Mitt Romney to take environmental issues seriously as they prepare to go head to head for leadership of the U.S.
He tells The Huffington Post, "I was a little disappointed at the third (presidential) debate (between Obama and Romney) when neither of them talked about climate control and the nature of the situation on earth.
"I think there's a kind of a weird statement coming right after it. This is a punishment. Mother Nature cannot be ignored. That's all I thought about. The storm will pass. The campaign will pass. But unfortunately the nature of this present world situation will not."