The rainbow came shining through for these Disney voice actors.
They're soaking up the last weeks of summer!
Rosie O'Donnell Was "Loathed" By Brad Pitt And Edward Norton After Spoiling The Ending Of "Fight Club"
"I only found it out a long time after the incident."
Remember when J.Lo and A-Rod flipped the switch?
Remember when Cher called David Letterman an a**hole on his own show? Same.
"The Rosie O'Donnell Show" Is Returning For One Night To Benefit The Actors Fund Amid The Coronavirus Outbreak
There will be plenty of stars in this one-night-only special!
“Being Gay Was Never The Hardest Part”: Rosie O’Donnell On Her Show, Her Past, And Her Passion For Barbra Streisand
Rosie talked to Ramin Setoodeh about how she avoided being “a hypocritical fuck” before she came out, living with depression, and why she’ll “never talk to Ellen again.” (An excerpt from Ladies Who Punch: The Explosive Inside Story of “The View”.)
The film first premiered on June 25, 1993.
Alas, not a ton of roles for women or people of color. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Who was responsible for this???
Your faves could NEVER have throwback pics this ICONIC.
"This actually scares me a little bit."
You can blame all those crappy direct-to-video Disney sequels on The Return of Jafar!
It was the summer of Will Smith.
Broadway's best delivered a powerhouse tribute of "What The World Needs Now Is Love" to benefit the LGBTQ community in Orlando.
She is a lesbian because she has a pretty smile.
Trump's greatest nemesis is back with a vengeance.
O'Donnell will leave the daytime talk show next week. She and her wife, Michelle Rounds, have already separated.
Despite a report that the co-host's "days are numbered," the network told BuzzFeed News she'll remain at the table.
It was impressively awesome (and we were there). Here's how it all went down.
"We r thrilled to announce the arrival of r daughter Dakota," Rosie tweeted.
If Rosie O'Donnell's variety show (airing tonight) is a success, word is that the format could make a healthy return to television, what with others down the pipeline from John Mayer and The Osbournes.
HBO is hoping to do with British import Little Britain what it did with New Zealand's Flight of the Conchords: make the weird, niche-y smash in its native homeland a stateside success.