Roseanne Barr Apologizes to Valerie Jarrett, Then Insults Her Hair

Roseanne Barr Apologizes to Valerie Jarrett, Then Insults Her Hair

Roseanne Barr Apologizes to Valerie Jarrett, Then Insults Her Hair

"If she's watching, I'm so sorry that you thought I was racist and that you thought my tweet was racist", Barr said, looking straight at the camera and addressing Jarrett, in case she was watching.

Despite this, Roseanne has insisted she's entitled to her own opinions and that the racism storm hasn't led her to reevaluate her political position.

Roseanne also spoke with Rabbi Shmuley more about being ousted from her ABC show. and says the real tragedy is she had noble plans for Season 2. including hiring African-American writers. "And that was what was in my head".

In the wide-ranging interview, Barr also told Hannity that her infamous 1990 performance of The Star-Spangled Banner, in which she shrieked the song, grabbed her crotch and spit on the ground, was a mistake, and said, "Well that's what the stupid pitcher told me to do. I never meant that and for that I apologize". "But I'm not going to let them tell me what I meant".

"There's plenty of people around here who disagree with every word I say, and hate what I stand for, absolutely", Hannity said, threatening to become the more interesting part of this interview. I'm sorry for the misunderstanding that caused, my ill-worded tweet.

Mo'Nique said she'd like to see Barr and Jarrett "come together". "I am for working people, ' she said". "Seriously. She needs a new haircut".

Which implies she did think it was ok to compare a person from a country in the Middle East to the offspring of an ape - another serious stereotype.

On 30 May, a day after ABC had cancelled the show, Barr claimed that she had taken the drug Ambien before she sent the tweets.

The 65-year-old disgraced actress' addressed her racist tweets during her interview on Thursday (July 26) where she opened up about how sorry she is why while also explaining the backlash she's received.

Barr paused. "Well, we can't talk about that", she said.

In the interview Thursday night she finally apologized to the former Obama administration adviser but added 'she's gotta get a new haircut. "Why, you ask? Well, the answer is simple: Because I voted for Donald Trump, and that is not allowed in Hollywood".

Roseanne Barr has just given a masterclass on how not to apologize for a massive public flameout.

ABC Entertainment President Channing Dungey called the tweet "abhorrent, repugnant and inconsistent with our values".

On her tweets, the fallout, and requesting time on ABC's The View to speak: "I told ABC this at the beginning: I will always defend Israel..."

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