The ongoing saga of SNL’s antagonistic relationship with the Trump administration yielded some strange results last week, as Melissa McCarthy’s Sean Spicer impression reportedly upset the tweeter-in-chief by casting a woman in a male role. The internet was quick to yield additional suggestions for female stars to play male Trump staff, including his longtime target Rosie O’Donnell, though SNL apparently declined.
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of her hit song 'Girls Just Wanna Have Fun,' the cast of Cyndi Lauper's Tony-nominated musical 'Kinky Boots' arranged a musical tribute, complete with a whole bunch of famous faces lip-syncing to the '80s classic.
Rosie O’Donnell has been full of big news lately. Last week she announced she’d survived a heart attack, and now she’s revealing that two months ago, she got married.
Rosie O’Donnell shocked her audience during a taping of ‘The Rosie Show’ on Monday with a little special announcement — she’s engaged. E! News did the leg work in confirming the news with one of O’Donnell’s reps.
The boisterous and sometimes outspoken host plans to wed her girlfriend Michelle Rounds, but no date has been set yet.