This is such a sweet image in such a tough time for the entire family.
Rosie O'Donnell News Archive
Ariana Grande Is 'Crying So Much' Now That Hairspray Live! Is Over! See Her Moving Message To The Cast & Crew!
Well, the show has come and gone, and the pop princess is incredibly emotional now that the experience is over.
On Thursday, the pint-sized starlet took to IG to express just how much she'll miss working alongside the super talented cast and crew.
In one snap, she showed herself all dolled up and in character, watching the TV magic unfold on a monitor. In the caption, the singer couldn't stop praising her time with the production, writing:
"I don't know where to start. crying so much today. my heart is with hairspray. my heart is in Baltimore with penny lou pingleton and seaweed and tracy and Mr. & Mrs. Turnblad the motormouth kids and the nicest kids. such a bittersweet feeling."
She continued to gush about the awesome opportunity, adding:
Hairspray Live! was everything we wanted and so much more!
On Wednesday, Ariana Grande, Dove Cameron, Garrett Clayton, newcomer Maddie Baillio, and the rest of the star-studded cast absolutely slayed NBC's best live musical yet!
So, it's no wonder stars and fans alike can't stop talking about the live, televised rendition of the Broadway hit!
Ch-ch-check out the best Twitter reactions (below)!
Ariana Grande, Dove Cameron, & The Entire Star-Studded Cast Totally Shined During Hairspray Live! See All The Performances!
Run and tell that!
Meanwhile, Disney darling Dove Cameron and newcomer Maddie Baillio proved they can hold their own with their A-list costars because they REALLY blew us away!
Seasoned performance vets Kristin Chenoweth, Martin Short, and Harvey Fierstein wowed as always, and we were totally impressed with Ephraim Sykes, Shahadi Wright Joseph, and Garrett Clayton, too!
Watch the flawless opening number Good Morning Baltimore (above), and ch-ch-check out all the other performances (below)!
You don't mess with Melania Trump's son!
On Monday, Donald Trump's wife is threatening a lawsuit against a YouTube video which claims 10-year-old son Barron is autistic. The clip highlights a couple of Barron's gestures, including the way he claps (he does so without slapping his hands) and his constant yawning and grimacing.
According to legal docs, the family says the young man does NOT have the developmental disorder, and refutes several of the video's points.
Trump's attorney Charles J. Harder says Barron "claps normally" for the "vast majority of the time" and only yawned at the RNC and during election night because both events were late at night. The lawyer says these behaviors are typical of a normal 10-year-old boy.
In addition to a possible lawsuit, the soon-to-be First Lady wants an apology and for the video to be taken down.
But despite his petty jabs and childish attacks, the comedienne is already overcoming, and gearing up to thrive in a hate-filled, Trump-ruled America.
The good news for the former talk show host is she's been cast in a brand-new Showtime pilot! The comedy, titled SMILF, is based on Frankie Shaw's acclaimed autobiographical short by the same name.
In addition to writing, producing, and directing, Shaw will star as Bridgette, who is trying to balance single motherhood while also working to achieve her career dreams, as well as her sexual and relationship goals.
Rosie has signed on as a series regular, portraying Bridgette's mother, Tutu, who totally ignores social standards but refuses to apologize for being herself. Bridgette is also looking for a little more than Tutu is willing to give…
Rosie joins cast members Alex Brightman, Kyle Vincent Terry, Graham Rogers, Samara Weaving, and Ismael Cruz Cordova in what already sounds like an enticing watch!
Will YOU check out Rosie's new show?
[Image via Dennis Van Tine/Future Image/Joseph Marzullo/WENN.]
And to think, they had such great history with Donald Trump…
The View may no longer be the critically acclaimed talk show it once was, but you can't deny the dysfunctional daytime series is extremely entertaining.
To prove that point, the ABC panel invited Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway onto the show Wednesday morning… and things did not go well!
We're talking Donald Trump vs. Rosie O'Donnell levels of intensity!!!
Basically, without Candace Cameron Bure there for support, Kellyanne was left alone to defend her Conservative views against those of Liberal Whoopi Goldberg, Democrat Joy Behar, Independent Paula Faris, and self-proclaimed Libertarian Jedediah Bila.
Well, it was mostly just Whoopi…
Not only did the moderator barely let "delusional" Kellyanne get any words in about healthcare, but she even began berating her guest with questions, asking: