Rosie O'Donnell Is Back on 'The View' to Terrorize Everyone (In a Good Way, Of Course)
Get ready for some great Twitter rants from Donald Trump: Rosie O'Donnell is going back to The View. This time, she's just appearing as a guest, but it doesn't mean that things won't get crazy. The outspoken former talk show host and View panelist will appear on the show on Feb. 7 to visit former co-host, Barbara Walter, who will be leaving the show after this season, and to talk about her new project, The Fosters.
O'Donnell is no stranger to the big and small screens. The former television queen has had a series of various gigs in Hollywood and New York over the course of her multi-decade career. She was the host and executive producer of her Emmy-award winning talk show, The Rosie O'Donnell Show, she was a stand-up comedian, and she starred alongside actors and actresses like Meg Ryan, Geena Davis, and John Goodman in films like A League of Their Own and Sleepless in Seattle.
That's not all. She appeared on Broadway in the 1994 Grease revival as Rizzo and she's worked for Oprah as a host on the OWN Network. She also ran her own radio show for Sirius XM, and of course, spent a little over a year as a host on The View, until she ended her contract after a widely-publicized spat with fellow co-host, Elizabeth Hasselback over gun control. Evidently, O'Donnell has had her fair share of public moments. Here are the ones we think are the most unforgettable.