12:45 AM EDT 08/25/2014
Originally posted 05/22/2014 05:00PM
Roseanne Barr is back.
Although Barr Tweeted in November that she was "never going work in television again," she returns as a new judge on Last Comic Standing, premiering Thursday.
"I like judging people," Barr, 61, tells PEOPLE of her return to the small screen. "I really like it and thought this would give me the opportunity to tell somebody the truth about something they do. They probably won't listen, but if they do they'll be doing themselves a big favor."
Barr had taken a break from performing or even viewing stand-up comedy, she says from her home in Hawaii.
Originally posted 04/10/2014 05:00PM
Just call her sassy and svelte.
Originally posted 04/05/2014 11:00AM
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Apparently it's worth thousands of emoticons, too.
Originally posted 03/28/2014 02:25PM
Only Kanye can settle this one.
Originally posted 08/03/2011 03:15PM
Will Roseanne Barr be the next celebrity to step into the ballroom on Dancing with the Stars?
"I really wanna do that show," Barr, 58, tells xojane.com. "My hips are bad. I think I need a hip replacement. That's why I can't do that Dancing with the Stars s---."
Although you won't catch Barr on DWTS anytime soon, you can watch her Lifetime reality show, Roseanne's Nuts, about her life on a macadamia nut and livestock farm in Hawaii.
Originally posted 05/01/2007 03:35PM
She hasn't been asked to do it, but Roseanne Barr says she'd jump at the opportunity to take over Rosie O'Donnell's spot on The View.
Originally posted 08/26/2004 01:05PM
Never one to throw in the towel, Roseanne Barr is once again heading back to TV – this time for an appearance on CBS's Monday night hit Two and a Half Men, starring Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer.
Originally posted 01/06/1999 12:00AM
Roseanne competing with Conan? Sort of. Her struggling daytime talk show has been assigned by several TV stations to start when most of the intended audience is asleep: 1 a.m. in Phoenix, midnight in Denver, 1:05 a.m. in Minneapolis (after an informercial). Other stations have dumped Roseanne entirely. Entering its second year, "The Roseanne Show" is fighting for its life. Roseanne herself is not talking about the situation, but her executive producer, Jeff Wald, isn't being press-shy. He said the show's recent cancellation by 11 NBC-owned stations was an attempt to strong-arm Roseanne into quitting. "I don't like bullies," said Wald (who has been accused of being a bully himself, especially when he managed his then-wife, singer Helen Reddy), "and I think they're trying to bully her."
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