"I came to Larry, maybe later than I wish I could," the actor told Tamron Hall on her talk show
In a bizarre one-minute video, the comedian and disgraced TV star made the seemingly inexplicable assertion.
Barr revealed that seeing sisters Khloé, Kourtney and Kim Kardashian and other young women made her think, “Maybe I could get a butt like that,” and decide to undergo the procedure.
Whitney Cummings knew Roseanne Barr's tweets were bad news for the "Roseanne" reboot — and now she says they were behind her decision to quit the show just over a week prior to it all coming to a head.
A year after Roseanne's racist tweet got her fired from the reboot of her eponymous show, her co-star— who quit amid the drama — reflects on how it played out.
They’ll be partying in Lanford tonight: ABC has renewed The Conners for Season 2. A source confirms that the order is for 13 episodes, up from Season 1’s 11. Word of the official pickup comes after the network closed deals with primary cast members John Goodman, Laurie Metcalf, Sara Gilbert and Lecy Goranson, all of […]
The comedian says her former co-star "will never get enough until she consumes my liver with a fine Chianti."
Roseanne Barr made a surprise return to the stand-up stage at Tropicana’s Laugh Factory on the Vegas Strip Saturday during a set by her friend and fellow comedian Andrew Dice Clay.Clay posted a video of Barr’s guest appearance on his Instagram account, along with a photo of the venue’s owner interrupting Clay’s comedy set to tell him that Barr was backstage.“I’ve got a special treat for everybody,” the “A Star Is Born” actor told the audience. “A close friend of about 33 years. She’s a comedian, and there haven’t been many as controversial, as outspoken, and as f—ing funny…let’s hear it for Roseanne Barr!”Also Read: Roseanne Barr Mocks Louis C.K. Accusers, Says Kamala Harris 'Slept Her Way to the Bottom' (Video)Last May, Barr was being considered for the Tropicana’s Laugh Factory Present series, but lost the potential gig after ABC fired her over a racially-charged tweet she posted about former Obama White House adviser Valerie Jarrett. The tweet also cost Barr her representation, as ICM Partners dropped her as a client.Barr has a stand-up tour set for this May, close to the one-year anniversary of her firing. But the comedian has continued to make heated comments, like accusing Louis C.K.’s accusers of wanting to trade sexual favors for money.“If you didn’t say no, just stayed there to get along, you’re a ho,” she told the Sunday Times. “Men are hos too. There’s a total ho mentality. ‘What am I going to get for trading sexual favours?’ Not that I’ve got anything against hos. Not real hos.”View this post on Instagram She Hadn’t Been On Stage Since She Got Fired From ABC , And last Night Made So Many People Laugh … And They Loved Her! We are The Comedians Of This Crumbling World , But We are Human and Sometimes Screw Up , or Things Taken The Wrong way !!! Our Job Tho , is To Keep you Laughing Amongst The KAOS Of a World going Through Pain !!! She was Nervous and Afraid last Night , But Once the Audience Laughed … She was Right Backvin The Groove and Crushed !!! So Proud Of Her … Love You Roseann ❌⭕️A post shared by Andrew Dice Clay (@andrewdiceclay) on Mar 17, 2019 at 1:47pm PDTRead original story Roseanne Barr Returns to Stand-Up Stage at Laugh Factory With Andrew Dice Clay At TheWrap
Barr called Trump a 'real deep thinker' and attacked Hollywood for hating "powerful, deplorable women."
Barr, whose rebooted ABC show was canceled last year after she sent a racist tweet, slammed the freshman congresswoman from New York for her political views as well as her appearance.
While The Conners is a sitcom, Tuesday night's episode — the first season finale — is definitely not a laugh a minute. There are even a few tearjerker moments, of the kind that only actors of the caliber of Laurie Metcalf and John Goodman could pull off.
Roseanne Barr says she was fired from the TV show "Roseanne" because she's Jewish and claims ABC "said it was something racial when it was actually something political."
To help you accomplish your 2018 TV goals in 2019, Yahoo Entertainment has assembled this handy guide to the highs and lows of the year in television. Better get binging!
Fired from "Three's Company" decades ago, Suzanne Somers says ABC made a mistake in continuing "The Conners" sans Roseanne Barr.
After her tweet calling out "racist anti-Semitic bigotry," people don't forget Roseanne Barr's racist tweet about Valerie Jarrett.
In 1980, Suzanne Somers's co-star on "Three's Company," John Ritter, was making five times what she was.
NEW YORK (AP) — The 10.5 million people who tuned in to ABC to watch the premiere of ABC's sitcom "The Conners" is a classic half-full, half-empty story.
Spoiler alert: Do not read until you’ve watched “Keep on Trucking,” the series premiere of “The Conners,” ABC’s new spinoff of “Roseanne.” Thanks to a combination of a wildly public meltdown, ABC’s subsequent “wait and see!” publicity effort, and just plain morbid curiosity, the question of how “The Conners” would deal with Roseanne Barr’s exit […]