We know something is coming at Sunday's VMAs...
...and now we have a better idea of exactly what that might be!
This is some unsettling information!
According to sources, Rosie O'Donnell's daughter, Chelsea O'Donnell, was found with a drug dealer (heroin) after being missing for a week. The man in question, Steve Sheerer, is 25 to Chelsea's young age of 17. Eek!
Unfortunately, Steve's rap sheet isn't that great. In 2012, Sheerer was arrested for heroin possession, heroin possession with the intent to distribute, and endangering the welfare of a child for which he received a jail sentence 53 days. Most recently he was arrested again for Suboxone — a drug to treat opiate addiction.
Luckily Chels was found thanks to her cellphone pings. Upon the police's discovery they found O'Donnell with Sheerer though it's important to note that she was "lucid" at the time. In addition, there were no visible drugs at the scene.
While we think Chelsea could find some better friends, we're just glad she's home safe!
But in a recent interview, the Republican presidential hopeful said the comedienne "saved" him during this month's Republican debate!
During the Ohio debate, moderator Megyn Kelly called out The Donald for his past misogynistic comments in which he called women "fat pigs" and "slobs"!
With no real response queued up, the former Apprentice host quipped, "Only Rosie O'Donnell."
The tasteless jab got a significant laugh out of the Republican audience, which the 69-year-old said allowed him to dodge the question. He revealed:
What a relief!
And while Police only started looking for the teenager on Sunday, Chelsea has thankfully been found and is currently in custody!
Rosie herself tweeted out the good news on Tuesday afternoon, saying:
What a scary situation!
On August 18, Rosie O'Donnell revealed the sad news that her 17-year-old daughter, Chelsea O'Donnell, is missing. The last time the teenager was seen was on August 11 in Nyack, New York.
Check out O'Donnell's frightening post about the situation (below)!
This is PERFECT!
Donald Trump participated in his first Republican Presidential Primary Debate last night on Fox, and if you haven't seen it yet, he received quite the reaction from the audience — and not the good kind!
But it wasn't just the attendees that were speaking out about their distaste for the candidate; celebs took to Twitter to share their opinions on the debate!
From Chrissy Teigan to Hillary Clinton we've got all the best reactions — well, the second best behind Rosie O'Donnell's response to Trump calling her a "fat pig" when he was asked by Megyn Kelly about his insults of women.
See the spot-on responses (below) and let us know what you think in the comments!
Good for you, Rosie!
While Donald Trump's competition at the FOX News Republican Presidential Primary Debate on Thursday kept him from looking completely insane, he did get some backlash for one of his high-profile controversies.
After getting booed during the very first question of the night, Donald Trump didn't seem to do much better with his first solo round either.
When moderator Megyn Kelly asked him about rudely referring to Rosie O'Donnell as a "fat pig," Donald tried to make a joke about the topic.
Well, it looks like Rosie didn't find it funny, because she immediately tweeted:
try explaining that 2 ur kids
— Rosie (@Rosie) August 7, 2015
And to make it worse, the 69-year-old businessman-turned-politician went on to insult Megyn as well!
Ch-ch-check out the entire scandalous moment on live TV (below)!!!
Say it so!
Rosie O'Donnell's nasty custody battle just got tougher.
On Wednesday, RadarOnline reported that the former View host tested positive for marijuana.
This test follows her ex Michelle Rounds' claims that the funny lady was an unfit mother for her excessive use of alcohol and weed.
However, we're surprised the controversial celebrity agreed to the testing as last May a judge ruled she would NOT have to submit to random drug testing.
Allegedly, the actress agreed to the test to settle the matter on whether or not she was sober — but unfortunately it's said