Rosie O’Donnell has a lot to say about her estranged daughter Chelsea following a shocking reveal.
The 20-year-old said in a recent interview with the tabloid The Daily Mail that she is expecting her first baby with husband Nick Alliegro and that her mother “will not have a part in this child’s life” as they “don’t have a relationship any more” and she doesn’t think “it can ever be mended.” In 2015, Rosie reported the then 17-year-old missing. Authorities later found Chelsea at the house of another man. Earlier this year, Rosie released a statement claiming her daughter is “mentally ill.”
After the pregnancy reveal, Rosie posted a slew of tweets about Chelsea. One included a pic of a handwritten note the then-teen had written after leaving their home. It read, “Mom/family, I know this is a little early and most likely unexpected however it is something I have been thinking about and planning for a long time. I am forever grateful to you for giving me a chance to live this life with so much love and opportunities. Now it’s time for me to go and find myself and make a life I want for myself.”
“She’s 20…not a teen…she is married and pregnant…she doesn’t want anything to do with me…great stop…doing interviews go live ur life,” Rosie wrote.
In another tweet, Rosie posted a photo of Chelsea as a child and wrote, “We have been here before Chelsea…u wanna go a few rounds in public…seems so…Michelle’s death = money 4 Chelsea.”
Last week, Rosie’s ex-wife Michelle Rounds, who she wed when Chelsea was a teen, died in an apparent suicide.
Chelsea has not responded to Rosie’s tweets.
“Rosie. Please delete these tweets. We feel your pain,” wrote user @setiris. “Tomorrow you will regret having everyone see your hurt.”
“No hope I will not…not delete…not regret…she uses the public…she responds only in public…and now I will too,” Rosie replied.
Rosie also posted childhood videos of Chelsea.
oh honey I am not breaking down
I am standing up
to tabloid bullshit
to my vengeful child
to the endlessness of this insanity
— ROSIE (@Rosie) September 20, 2017
“I don’t like #RosieODonnell, but it makes me sad to see her breakdown tonight,” tweeted user @afooltocry. “Bad decisions made tonight can cause damage forever @Rosie.”
“Oh honey I am not breaking down I am standing up to tabloid bullshit to my vengeful child to the endlessness of this insanity,” Rosie replied.
“What will u do…with no tabloids to call…no one to blame…but u…u child…u…same…same same,” Rosie continued early Wednesday.
Published at Wed, 20 Sep 2017 16:11:00 +0000
To be in Ocean’s Eight, Olivia Munn had to dip into her wallet.
The actress is slated to be in the upcoming all-female spin-off sequel, but as she clarified to host Julia Cunningham on Entertainment Weekly Radio, don’t expect her to be in every scene.
“I’m not really in Ocean’s Eight,” she said. “I had a cameo in Ocean’s Eight.” While her screen time may be brief, the star still had to pay up for her performance in the film. As she noted during the interview, she’s been asked a lot about the film in interviews recently and had to fess up.
“It actually cost me money to be part of Ocean’s Eight,” she quipped. “I paid a lot of money to have to basically spread the word that I’m not in Ocean’s Eight.”
According to Munn, she will appear in the movie‘s Met Gala scene. As is customary of the annual May event, celebrities from all corners of Hollywood attend in their most fashion-forward ensembles, so Munn followed suit.
“They were like, ‘Do your own glam,'” she recalled of the film team’s instructions. “I got the dress…all that and then you submit the bills for it because ‘I’m part of your movie.'” However, that was not the case this time around.
“They’re like, ‘Oh, no. The bills come right back to you,'” she quoted. While she may have had to part with the some cash for a designer dress, Munn has found the silver lining.
“I’m gonna go on the press junkets with them,” she said of her fellow co-stars. “As long as I can be hanging out with…well, that cast—I’m just as excited as everybody else.”
The film features megawatt stars like Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Sarah Paulson, Rihanna and Mindy Kaling. While some critics have questioned the success of an all-female spin-off, Munn had a few words of her own for the naysayers.
“It’s really obnoxious that if there’s a female lead or a female director, it’s like, ‘You got one more shot,'” she commented. “No, we don’t!”
Published at Wed, 20 Sep 2017 15:55:00 +0000