Roseanne Barr is set to appear on TV for the first time since her sitcom was cancelled amid allegations of racism.
Roseanne Barr praised Kanye West’s latest album as “about mental illness” and “the greatest thing ever” in a series of tweets in which she defended her allegedly racist comments as “misunderstood”.
Roseanne Barr’s planned appearance on comedian Joe Rogan’s podcast has been cancelled because she is “not doing well”.
Roseanne Barr has hit out at accusations she is racist as she claimed to be examining her options.
Valerie Jarrett did not seek the spotlight when she served as a senior adviser to former US president Barack Obama but has found herself at the centre of a media storm in recent days.
Roseanne Barr has said she had taken sleeping pills before comparing a former White House aide to an ape on Twitter, and said she is tired of being “attacked and belittled”.
Roseanne Barr has returned to Twitter to apologise to Valerie Jarrett for a tweet comparing her to an ape and to her colleagues who lost their jobs following the cancellation of her sitcom.
Roseanne Barr has been widely condemned as stars reacted with disgust to her comments comparing a former Barack Obama adviser to an ape.
ABC has cancelled Roseanne Barr’s TV series on the US network after she compared former Obama White House adviser Valerie Jarrett to an ape.