Show some class!
ICYMI: On Sunday, Rosie O'Donnell performed at Carolines on Broadway and made a tasteless joke at the expense of people with autism. C'mon, Rosie!
The comedienne was talking about her kids during a segment of the show and said that parenting her kids was so difficult that she'd gladly trade them in for autistic triplets in a heartbeat. UGH.
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Well not surprisingly, this pissed the National Autism Association off and a rep for the group didn't hold back as they called Rosie
Why, Rosie O'Donnell… why?
Months after the comedienne's dramatic and PUBLIC feud with her daughter Chelsea O'Donnell, the momma delivered a controversial comedy routine making light of the situation.
Or, at least O'Donnell TRIED to get some laughs…
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Speaking on the "nightmare" of parenting teens at The Fund for Women's Equality & The ERA Coalition's A Night of Comedy with Jane Fonda, the 53-year-old joked:
Rosie O'Donnell has made headlines the past few months due to her strained relationship with her daughter, Chelsea O'Donnell.
That's why it was so AH-Mazing to see the 53-year-old stop by James Corden's late show last night and have a bit of fun!
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The highlight of the night came when Corden asked O'Donnell advice about hosting the Tony Awards and the two got totally off topic talking about their love of hit Broadway show Hamilton!
One thing lead to another and all of a sudden James and Rosie started rapping Alexander Hamilton, one of the standout songs from the show!
Check out the spontaneous moment for yourself (below)!
Now this is refreshing!
Rebel Wilson paused on promoting her new flick How To Be Single to talk about her new fashion line — Rebel Wilson for Torrid which debuted in November.
On why the funny lady decided to take on the clothing biz, she told E! News:
"In the plus-size fashion market there wasn't really stuff out there that I saw that was kind of youthful and on trend. I didn't think I'd be able to design clothes. I thought, 'That's not in my repertoire.'"
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As for who her dream client would be, the 35-year-old pondered:
We guess Chelsea O'Donnell and Rosie O'Donnell won't be spending Christmas together.
In a Daily Mail exclusive interview, Chelsea opened up about the current state of affairs with Rosie following their dramatic fallout over the summer. The 18-year-old also addressed where she's living and with whom.
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The last time O'Donnell spoke out she was living with a man she met on Tinder, 26-year-old Steven Sheerer. Not only does the blonde have a new 30-year-old boyfriend, but she also coincidentally moved to Rosie's hometown of Massapequa, Long Island — with what looks to be a familial friend.
C.O.'s new address and man apparently isn't sitting well with the comedienne, however. When Chelsea refused to attend a year long therapeutic program in Texas at the bequest of The View alum, she lashed out.
Check out the uncomfortable exchange (below):
Rosie O'Donnell and Tatum O'Neal have been sparking reconciliation rumors ever since it was reported that the two called it quits after four months of dating.
Though the pair maintains they are "just friends," the Academy award-winning actress took to social media on Wednesday to share a sentimental post dedicated to the comedienne.
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If anything, we are happy to see the 53-year-old former View host have some good vibes surrounding her — after all the drama with her daughter Chelsea and the passing of her father.
O'Neal — who celebrated her 52nd birthday this week — shared a black and white picture on Instagram with her
girlfriend pal captioned:
Chelsea O'Donnell is speaking out AGAIN.
In a long and carefully measured statement given to ET, Chelsea explains why she moved out of Rosie O'Donnell's home this past summer and where she stands with the comedienne now.
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As for what triggered her departure, O'Donnell explained her need to find out the truth behind her birth mom and family roots. The 18-year-old explained:
"When I turned a certain age I had a deep desire to know where I came from at birth and what my biological family looked like and were from, so I did that and although I was disappointed, I am glad to have closure on that part of my life and I have no desires to continue a relationship with the woman who gave birth to me. Today, I am trying to heal deep settled wounds and continue on with my high school education I was unable to finish and go to college to do great things in my life."
Sounds like an experience most adopted children go through! It's also nice to know that Chels is still concerned with pursuing an education.
In regards to Rosie's claims that her daughter is suffering from a mental illness, Chelsea responded: