Roseanne Barr: I Did NOT Have a Heart Attack … But I AM Crazy AF | Wireler
In the primary episode of ABC’s Roseanne spinoff, The Conners, the character of Roseanne Arnold was killed off by an opioid overdose.
In actual life, the reviews of Roseanne Barr’s demise have apparently been vastly exaggerated.
Over Thanksgiving weekend, it was rumored that Roseanne had suffered a huge coronary heart assault.
Some even went as far as to assert that the 66-year-old comedian was at demise’s door.
On Sunday, nevertheless, the previous sitcom star took to Twitter to guarantee followers that she’s nonetheless alive — and hasn’t misplaced her humorousness.
“I’m fine,” Roseanne tweeted together with the photograph above.
“I was the victim of a prank. I’ve had no medical issues. I’m spending time at home with my family and relaxing.”
So there you will have it. Physically, Roseanne is simply tremendous.
Her profession, then again, has seen higher days.
Roseanne was fired from her eponymous sitcom again in May after making an appallingly bigoted remark about former Obama staffer Valerie Jarrett.
The remainder of the forged soldiered on with out her, re-fashioning the present into The Conners, an ensemble piece concerning the newly-widowed Dan Conner, who will get by with the assist of his two grownup daughters.
Barr has been outspoken in her criticism of the choice to kill off her character and proceed the collection with out her.
Along along with her good friend and rabbi, Roseanne issued the next assertion following the premiere of The Conners:
“While we wish the very best for the cast and production crew of The Conners, all of whom are deeply dedicated to their craft and were Roseanne’s cherished colleagues, we regret that ABC chose to cancel Roseanne by killing off the Roseanne Conner character.”
Given the apparently fragile state of her psychological well being in current weeks, many hoped that might be Roseanne’s last phrase on the matter.
Naturally, that hasn’t been the case.
In truth, the outspoken 66-year-old has been extra seen than ever currently, sitting for a weird, rambling interview with Joe Rogan and planning a nationwide stand-up tour.
So evidently regardless of the efforts to kill off Roseanne, her profession is faring significantly better than her beloved character.