Rosie O’Donnell is surprised at the amount of press that an outing with her new girlfriend Tracy Kachtick-Anders received from the media. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Media Outrage on January 4, 2010
Posted by Media Outrage on December 31, 2009
Rosie Odonnell and her new girlfriend were spotted taking a lover’s stroll down in Miami. It doesn’t get any more manlier than Queen of the Big-Macs, Rosie Odonnell. More Lesbo Love when you Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by Media Outrage on November 24, 2009
Queen Latifah attended Rosie O’Donnell’s Broadway Extravaganza at the Palace Theatre in NYC last night. Rosie looks like she was ready to let the carpet munchin’ begin. Queen looked good especially standing next the big krispy kreme killer.
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Posted by Media Outrage on November 8, 2007
Rosie O’Donnell talked about her disappointment in former President Bill Clinton after his public affair with Monica Lewinsky and how hurt she was that he lied about it.
ROSIE O’Donnell says Bill Clinton had her bawling like a baby during an emotional chat in which the ex-president apologized for cheapening the Oval Office with his Monica Lewinsky sexcapades.
The sapphic supernova, doing stand-up at the New York Comedy Festival Tuesday night, told the audience how Clinton sent her a card after she slammed him during a performance at the Mohegan Sun Casino Hotel five years ago.
“He disgusts me,” O’Donnell recalled saying at the casino show. “And I know I’m not supposed to say this because I’m a good Democrat, but I didn’t want to [talk] to him because he lied to me when he said, ‘I did not have sexual relations with that woman,’ and then put the scarlet-letter [bleep]-job on her for the rest of her life . . . I still hate you!”
When the corpulent comic called the phone number Clinton included with his note, Bubba himself picked up, she said.
“My knees got weak. I was like, ‘Can I [bleep] you?‘ No, I didn’t say it, but I felt it – I was like, ‘Whoa! Whoa!’ And he said, ‘I was at your show the other night, and I was sorry that you didn’t come over and say hello to me. And I know that you’re still harboring some hard feelings,’ ” O’Donnell related.
“And I said, ‘You know, listen, here’s the deal, dude. I’ve been disappointed by men my whole life. I loved JFK, my mother loved JFK, and you were the JFK to me. And you let me down, man. You killed me and that hurt me a lot, and when you hurt me, I don’t know, I didn’t expect that out of you and I thought you could do better for your wife, for the country and just in general.”
Clinton then worked his charm on O’Donnell. “He goes, ‘I’m sorry for all the men who ever hurt you, I’m sorry that I hurt you. Everything you’ve said to me, I’ve said to myself, and I hope one day you can forgive me, and I hope I can forgive me.’ ”
Clinton’s mea culpa quickly had O’Donnell’s faucets opening up. “I’m hysterical crying,” she recalled.
O’Donnell also joked at the comedy fest about being fascinated with Britney Spears. “I want her to come live with me, but I have to stop saying that. I’m a 45-year-old overweight lesbian. She’s like a 23-year-old hot, skinny sexy girl. I think she’s going to call the police soon, you know. I mean I phone her, I leave her like stalker-like messages at the Four Seasons.”
Posted by Media Outrage on November 6, 2007
Rosie O’Donnell is in negotiations to return to television with her own weeknight talk show on MSNBC.
O’Donnell left “The View” n the spring after a stormy one-year tenure and has since been courted by other networks. If a deal is reached — and one is not at all certain — O’Donnell might get the 9 p.m. slot that would put her up against Fox News Channel’s “Hannity & Colmes” and CNN’s “Larry King Live.”
“It’s far from a done deal,” said an executive familiar with some of the discussions. Money apparently is one of the sticking points.
Posted by Media Outrage on September 15, 2007
It was really just all good a week ago…Rosie is taking shots at her former co-host and boss Barbara Walters in her new book “Celebrity Detox”.
For Instance, she writes that the audience would scream, “I love you, Rosie” during commercial breaks, “and Barbara tells them in this schoolteacher tone, ‘It is impolite to say I love you to one person when there are four of us up here.’ Then a stony silence sets in.”
Walters, who has read the book, expressed her reaction to it: “Rosie has written a sad book, but I choose to focus on the happier times that we had and the happy times that we hope to have in the future.”
A publicist for O’Donnell told Access, “Rosie loves Barbara, always has, always will.”