OK so I just sat in on a TCA panel featuring Rosie O’Donnell and Parker O’Donnell, who were here in LA promoting her new HBO doc “A Family Is A Family Is A Family” (Parker and Rosie? They’re…family.)
Now this post isn’t to talk about the film, but rather, my reunion with Rosie. Wait…reunion?! I thought you might be confused. See clip below from February 2009 for a refresher…
OK so as you can see, Rosie and I? Like BFFs… or so I thought! This time around, it was a sorta media frenzy, so I didn’t get my one-on-one time with her, and instead had to share her with a bevy of other print reporters (this is the first time I’ve ever used the word “bevy.”)
Media frenzy because? Well, two issues. Gay marriage/families, and the obvious talk-of-the-town, Conan versus Leno. I’ll cover the first issue in my “Rosie Reunion, part 2” post where I feature an interview with her son. For now, I’ll focus on issue two… the late-night controversy.
“Shame on Jay Leno. I think he’s forgotten his roots and who he is and what stand-up comedy is about. Graciousness has never been his number one quality.”
Eeeeks! Drama. And yes, I’m contributing by spreading it. Not only in this blog, but also in this HollywoodNews.com article I wrote. See story here! (PLEASE click on this link. I’d like feedback on my venture into online journalism.)
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When it comes to Rosie, I like to agree with Donald Trump– she’s a degenerate and an ugly person, both inside and out.