Roseanne Barr seems to be holding a grudge against her before Roseanne co-star Sara Gilbert. Apparently, she didn’t have enough back.
Roseanne Barr feels betrayed
The 68-year-old actress spoke to Megyn Kelly on her Sirius XM radio show, where she revealed a few shocking things about her Hollywood friendship. She went on TV to have her daughter blame her for canceling the reboot of Roseanne.
Gilbert, who plays Darlene Connor allegedly “stabbed” Barr in the back and continued to “twist” it “constantly”. She is frank with Kelly. “It wasn’t enough for her to stab me in the back and do what she did to me there, but then she would go on her talk show every day and talk about how shocked she was like. How about my racism.”
She later stated of Gilbert, “It was her tweet that canceled the show.” In case you got lost, Barr tweeted something disgusting about a political figure and was basically canceled because of it.
Roseanne Barr is considered racist
The actress went mad because former adviser to the president, Valerie Jarrett, compared her to a monkey, a racist comment to Jarrett, a person of color. Barr was called out online and surrounded by others who were outraged by her public comment.
Now, she is claiming that Gilbert’s tweet was what drew the attention that led to the show’s cancellation. Barr recalls Kelly. “And then she tweeted ‘So sad that an actor…’ something racist, blah, blah. And I was released. I just floated. And you know, she ended up owning my work and Tom Werner became her partner in owning my work.”
Gilbert ends up being an executive producer on the renamed reboot the Connors. She called Barr’s tweets “disgusting” and even expressed “disappointment” in her own triggered tweet.
Roseanne Barr accused Sara Gilbert of ‘ruining’ the show
The actress also stoned Gilbert in 2019 when she said washington articles “[Sara] destroyed the show and my life with that tweet. In response, Gilbert and her men kept everything diplomatic.
Her journalist said hollywood life only, “[Sara] trying to remember Roseanne for all the good times they had together instead of what happened in about a year or so.” Barr tried to restore her reputation, she apologized to Jarret.
Barr called the tweet a “bad joke” and blamed political culture. “I apologize to Valerie Jarrett and all Americans. I’m really sorry for joking about her political views and looks.”
Barr continued. “I should have known more than that. Forgive me – my joke was terrible,” she finished. Many people have banded together to ban the comedian from the blacklist because of her outrageous tweet.
Wanda Sykes was a consultant producer on the Roseanna reboot, she quickly left the show. She tweeted. “I will not be returning to @RoseanneOnABC.” Just 11 days after it was announced that season 2 had been cast, the cast put out small fires on the internet.
No need for that now.