Rosie O'Donnell finalized her divorce from second wife, Michelle Rounds, on Thursday, ET can confirm.
The actress and comedian also reportedly announced her plans to stay single for life, telling a reporter, “‘She’ll never marry again.’ You can print that!” as she left the courthouse, according to the New York Daily News.
O'Donnell, 54, and Rounds, 44, married in June 2012 and separated in November 2014. They filed for divorce last year, and fought a contentious legal battle over their 3-year-old adopted daughter Dakota.
Rounds told ET last April that she was willing to “walk away” from the couple’s prenup if she received custody of Dakota.
“I made my first million before the age of 39, that was before I met Rosie. I don’t need Rosie’s money,” she stressed. “I don’t want Rosie’s money. Nothing was in my name. The prenup money means nothing to me.”
Ultimately, the pair agreed to share joint legal custody.
“My client is totally thrilled that this long odyssey is finally over,” Rounds’ lawyer, William London, told the Daily News on Thursday.
See more of ET’s exclusive interview with Rounds in the video below.