Michelle Rounds will insist on drug and alcohol testing.
Rosie O’Donnell might be in over her head with her alcohol and marijuana use, says estranged wife Michelle Rounds. Rounds is gunning for full custody of the couple’s two-year-old daughter Dakota and she will be citing Rosie’s alleged addiction in court this coming Tuesday, according to TMZ.
Just like her spouce, O'Donnell is gearing up for a fight.
The website also reported on Rosie’s point of view: it’s all a lie and a money grab. The dispute is shaping up to be a long and intense one.
Continue reading: Rosie O'Donnell's Wife Will Ask for Random Drug Testing
The former host of ‘The View’ married Rounds in 2012.
Rosie O’Donnell has filled for divorce from her wife of nearly three years, Michelle Rounds, after announcing the couple's breakup earlier this month. The split had led the comedienne to walk away from her hosting job on 'The View' at the beginning this month, in order to devote more time to raising her five children.
O'Donnell has officially ended her marriage to Michelle Rounds
According to People magazine, O’Donnell filed for divorce in Manhattan’s State Supreme Court in New York on Friday, citing "an irretrievably broken relationship”. According to the divorce papers, O'Donnell and Rounds have a prenuptial agreement in place.
Continue reading: Rosie O'Donnell Officially Files For Divorce From Michelle Rounds
After Rosie O’Donnell’s departure is ‘The View’ set to loose another co-host?
Whoopi Goldberg has signed up to return to small screen comedy, in a new ABC pilot titled, ‘Delores and Jermaine’. Goldberg will be starring opposite Jermaine Fowler in the pilot, which will film in New York where the actress has another high profile gig, as a co-host on ‘The View’.
Whoopi Goldberg will play a grandmother in a new ABC pilot
Described as an ‘Odd Couple’ for the new generation. Goldberg will play a strict, football loving, ex cop grandmother, whose slacker grandson, played by Fowler, moves in with her. The script has been written by comedian Fowler and is said to be based on his own experiences.
The 52 year-old comedienne said farewell to the cast and crew only six months after returning to the daytime talk show.
After news broke this past weekend that Rosie O'Donnell is leaving her position as the co-host of ABC's 'The View,' the 52-year-old comedian said a sweet and emotional goodbye on her last episode on Thursday (Feb 12).
O'Donnell's last episode of 'The View' aired Thursday (Feb 12th)
At the end of the broadcast, O'Donnell appeared onscreen with her daughter Dakota and thanked everyone involved in the daytime talk show, especially its co-creator Barbara Walters.
This past weekend it was confirmed that the 52-year-old comedienne will be leaving the ABC show just six months after her return.
This past weekend it was heavily reported that Rosie O'Donnell is leaving her position as the co-host of ABC's 'The View' only six months since she returned to the daytime talk show after a seven year hiatus.
O'Donnell is leaving 'The View' for a second time
O'Donnell, who first co-hosted the show in 2007, chose not to discuss her surprise departure on Monday's episode of 'The View,' but she did upload a YouTube video later that day to explain why she has decided to leave for a second time.
Rosie and her wife of just over two years, Michelle Rounds, are said to have been living apart for three months.
Rosie O’Donnell is leaving daytime talk show ‘The View’ for the second time, in order to focus on her children, after splitting from Michelle Rounds. Rounds and O’Donnell married in 2012 and adopted a baby girl, Dakota, in January 2013, the couple are said to have been living apart since November.
O'Donnell is leaving 'The View' for the second time.
The split was confirmed by O’Donnell’s representative Cindi Berger, who told Page Six in a statement, "I can confirm that Rosie and her wife Michelle split in November.”
Continue reading: Rosie O'Donnell Is Leaving 'The View' (Again) After Marriage Break-Up
Despite the criticism, O'Donnell also has some very powerful supporters.
Since the first mention of Rosie O’Donnell for one of the free chairs on The View next season, controversy has raged. Not because of O’Donnell’s presence, ethical or political beliefs, mind you, or at least not directly. Mostly, it was based on O’Donnell’s minor disagreement with former co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck, which led Hasselbeck to publicly slam O’Donnell on her return announcement. Hasselbeck that O’Donnell “spit in the face of our military” and “the face of her own network”. Since then, O’Donnell has found a supporter in the face of Sherri Shepherd, who is leaving The View next season and most recently, in fellow comedian, actress and host, Jenny McCarthy.
McCarthy voiced her enthusiastic endorsement this week.
McCarthy had some particularly kind words for her colleague and felt that The View would benefit from the new addition.
The 52 year-old comedienne's return to 'The View' was confirmed by the daytime talk show's official Twitter account on Thursday (July 10th).
ROSIE O'DONNELL is definitely heading back to 'The View.'
The 52 year-old comedienne was announced as the new co-host of the ABC daytime talk show on Thursday (July 10th) by the television network.
'The View's' official Twitter page first confirmed the news to fans.
Continue reading: Rosie O'Donnell's Return To 'The View' Is Officially Confirmed By ABC
Things get heated as Joy Behar weighs in on the Hasselbeck-O'Donnell conflict.
Wait, what’s happening over on The View? This is meant to be our relaxing daytime viewing, but recently, after the rumoured appointment of Rosie O’Donnell to the panel, daggers have been flying – in the form or some uncalled for comments.
Hasselbeck wasn't really enjoying the view after O'Donnell's tentative return.
It all started with the tentative plans to bring O’Donnell back to The View. When the announcement was made earlier that week, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, a former host of the ABC panel show and current Fox News contributor, interrupted her vacation for the sole purpose of calling in to Fox & Friends with some rather harsh words for her former co-host.
The potential new lineup of The View is already shaping up.
The View may have found its new Republican panelist. Following the exit of Jenny McCarthy and Sherri Shepherd, Meghan Mccain is reportedly in talks to take up one of the available seats alongside Whoopi Goldberg and Rosie O’Donnell, whose return to The View was announced earlier this week.
Meghan McCain is a columnist and author, the daughter of Senator John McCain.
While John McCain’s daughter typically describes herself as conservative, she does hold fairly liberal views on some issues, including civil rights. Meghan is an outspoken advocate for same-sex marriage, but she is also a supporter of the Pro-Life movement, so her voice could definitely heat up the conversation on the ABC show.
Meet your new The View panelist - two more to go.
O’Donnell is Finally some good news from The View! Meet your new/returning panelist, Rosie O’Donnell. Well, to be fair, you’re probably familiar with the comedienne and author’s no-nonsense style and biting humor. O’Donnell co-hosted the View from 2006 to 2007 and her liberal views often clashed with her more conservative co-host, making for some of the liveliest discussion the show has seen in its history.
O'Donnell will make her long-term comeback to The View this coming fall season.
“The worst kept secret ever is Rosie is returning to the show — it’s definitely happening!” a source tells HollywoodLife.com. “ABC wants to make the big announcement of her return during the TCAs along with the other new members of the cast.”
The 52 year-old comedienne last featured as a co-host on the daytime talk show from 2006 until 2007.
'The View' shaking up its co-host's doesn't necessarily mean only new faces are expected to be hired.
The daytime talk show recently announced the surprising departure of two current mediators.
Sherri Shepard and Jenny McCarthy, won't be returning to their positions on the show, thus leaving vacant spots for a two new individuals.
Ginger Williams-Cook, Leticia Guimares-Lyle, Jordyn Levine and ROSIE O'DONNELL - New York Premiere of 'Dead Mothers Club' at the HBO Theater - New York City, New York, United States - Thursday 8th May 2014
These are challenging times for the Lohan family.
Lindsay Lohan has been hit with the shame and bad publicity of a fellow entertainer criticising her current project. The 27 year-old actress can currently be seen on OWN's Lindsay, a reality show that follows the troubled star as she goes about her daily business and works to get her life back on track. However, comedian Rose O'Donnell has now added her voice to the admonishment of Lindsay in a caustic tweet.
Lindsay Lohan Has Been Targeted For Her New Reality TV Show, 'Lindsay.'
O'Donnell publically blasted Lohan's show, writing "The Lindsay show is a tragedy - on every level - I hope one day she gets sober for real and watches these episodes - n sees what we all do" to hundreds of 'retweets' and 'favorites' demonstrating support for the outspoken television personality's view. Lindsay hasn't had chance to respond to O'Donnell's comments, having instead been snapped partying at the Coachella Festival in California.
Continue reading: Lindsay Lohan's Show Slammed By Rosie O'Donnell - Is She Right?