Former Miss California USA Carrie Prejean did not make the best impression on Whoopi Goldberg.
The panel of The View, on Thursday, discussed Prejean's interview with Larry King -- best described by Elisabeth Hasselbeck as a "bad date" -- in which Prejean repeatedly told the veteran talk show host he was "being inappropriate" in asking her a question related to her lawsuit settlement with the Miss California USA pageant.
King had framed the question in a legitimate manner, Whoopi said, adding that after meeting Prejean on Tuesday's show, she found the San Diego native to be "a little bitchy, I have to say."
Joy Behar jokingly questioned how inappropriate King could have been, considering he was in a different city for the satellite interview.
Prejean, 22, said on Tuesday's View that her "faith has progressed" in the five years since she made a sex tape of herself for an ex-boyfriend.
When asked by Goldberg if she was a devout Christian at the time she made the sex tape, Prejean said, "My faith has progressed throughout the years -- Christians are not perfect."
Prejean's new memoir, Still Standing, in which she accuses pageant officials and others of waging "a campaign against me to try to silence me" in wake of her controversial stance against gay marriage.