She set off a firestorm for suggesting that Lindsay Lohan isn’t ready to work again after her personal problems, and Rosie O’Donnell was on the “Today” show this morning (April 26) to answer for herself.
The former talk show hostess previously stated her opinion that Lindsay is “not in a place to work,” and not “capable” of portraying Elizabeth Taylor.
As Lindsay Lohan makes her latest attempt to recover her career, many wonder if she'll be able to pull it off - including Rosie O’Donnell, who publicly slammed the troubled star in an interview.
It was announced on Monday that Miss Lohan has landed the role of Elizabeth Taylor in the upcoming Lifetime biopic, "Liz & Dick", and, a day later, O'Donnell sat down on the "Today" show saying that the network made the completely wrong choice for the role.
Ready to start a new chapter in both her personal and professional life, Rosie O’Donnell has opened up about her "happier" future in the October issue of O, The Oprah Magazine, on newsstands September 13.
While she was once named the "Queen of nice," the 49-year-old former "View" co-host recalled the less than peaceful moments she shared with Elisabeth Hasselbeck during her stint on the hit talk show.
There are going to some big changes around Oprah Winfrey's OWN Network in the upcoming months, and Rosie O’Donnell recently announced that she’s going to be a part of the new direction.
Taking to her blog on Monday night (March 28), the “A League of Their Own” actress revealed via video blog, saying, "I just wanted to say hi, and I'm coming to Chicago. It's a huge thrill for me, and I'm beyond the beyond."