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Rosie O'Donnell's all for killing President Trump in a video game ... at the very least. Rosie's been getting her kicks playing an online game called "Push Trump Off a Cliff Again" and she's promoting it on her social media. Not exactly shocking considering she's never hid her hatred for Trump, and vice versa. Push Trump Off A Cliff Again t.co/YguB3aG8EP... — Rosie (@Rosie) July 15, 2017 On the other hand ... it's pretty bold »
- TMZ Staff
5:35 Pm Pt -- According to a report, a judge in NYC just ordered the auction site to remove the items. 4:07 Pm Pt -- A spokesperson for Gotta Have Rock and Roll website and Lutz tells TMZ, "Madonna and her legal army have taken what we believe to be a completely baseless and meritless action to temporarily halt the sale of Ms. Lutz’s legal property. We believe that her intent is nothing more »
- TMZ Staff
Congrats, Kat Von D!
The famous tattoo artist celebrated a special anniversary on Friday -- a full decade of sobriety.
"Today I celebrate 10 years of sobriety," the 35-year-old artist wrote on Instagram, alongside a black heart emoji.
Related: Rumer Willis Celebrates 6 Months of Sobriety, Flaunts Swimsuit Bod
In a candid interview last October with recovery website, TheFix.com, Von D expressed her reasons for being transparent about her sobriety.
"Personally, being sober means that I operate better and I function better; I believe I am meant to be that way. Although I’m just returning to where I’m supposed to be, it remains important to me," she confessed. "I am quite vocal about it, not for the praise or to get a cake, but it’s basically to be of service. If anybody out there feels that they relate to me in any capacity and happen to be struggling, perhaps I can lead »
Donal Logue's daughter Jade has been missing for over a week, and on July 3 many of his famous friends are stepping in to amplify his cry for help. See messages from Rosie O'Donnell, Danny Trejo and more. »
- Emy LaCroix
There's no crying in baseball and there's certainly no crying in the Justice League. The female-led A League of Their Own has just been reimagined as A Justice League of Their Own in these awesome fan-made baseball cards to celebrate the baseball movie's 25th anniversary. As with any good mashup, one has to wonder aloud "why didn't I think of this?" and this is definitely one of those times because not only is it a solid pun, but Justice League and A League of Their Own work surprisingly well together.
Artist Kate Willaert via HalloweenCostumes.com has taken it upon herself to reimagine the world of A League of Their Own as if the female baseball players were members of the Justice League. The first poster shows Geena Davis's Dottie Hinson character as Wonder Woman. If there were to be a manager and a catcher to the Justice League »
Showtime has ordered the Smilf TV show, a half-hour comedy from Frankie Shaw, based on her indie film of the same name. The first season order is for ten episodes, set to premiere this fall. Shaw is starring in, writing, and directing Smilf. She will also executive produce with Michael London, Janice Williams, Lee Eisenberg, and Gene Stupnitsky. Rosie O'Donnell co-stars as "Tutu", Bridgette's (Shaw) mother. Read More… »
President Trump just jumped on Rosie O'Donnell's bandwagon -- and no, Hell is Not freezing over ... as far as we know. The prez apparently just realized Rosie tweeted 5 months ago that then-fbi Director James Comey should be fired. So, he tweeted Thursday, right at Rosie, "We finally agree on something Rosie." Never mind that Rosie was calling for Comey's head because she blamed him for Hillary Clinton losing -- therefore putting Rosie's archenemy, Trump, »
- TMZ Staff
Debra Messing is speaking out and urging others to take action in support of the Lgbtq community.
The 48-year-old Will & Grace star received the Excellence in Media Award to a standing ovation at the 28th Annual GLAAD Media Awards in New York City on Saturday night, and gave a powerful nine-minute speech encouraging Americans to resist President Donald Trump's decisions.
Related: 'Will & Grace' Star Debra Messing to Be Honored With Excellence in Media Award at GLAAD Media Awards
"We all must remember that one great show or character or news story can alter our culture permanently," the actress stated, before urging those in the audience to call their senators. "When we make noise, they pay attention."
In addition to making a plea to Ivanka Trump to "do something" about "women's issues," Messing gave a »
It's a war of words and it doesn't look like it's going to end well... Almost two years after Rosie O'Donnell took to her website to post that her mentally ill teenage daughter Chelsea O'Donnell was missing and had run away from home, their relationship appears to have gone from bad to worse. The two, who have been estranged, are currently having an epic and very public battle, and it seems like everyone is the loser in this situation. Recently, Chelsea spoke to Daily Mail about several incidents and detailed an alleged event from 2015 in which she says her mother became enraged after the then-17-year-old got a tattoo of the word "Breathe" on her. "It was pretty late at »
Some of the cast of the beloved 1996 musical comedy That Thing You Do! reunited as their on-screen band, The Wonders (aka The Oneders), at the iconic Roxy Theater in Los Angeles on Tuesday, and co-star Tom Hanks had nothing but love for the special reunion.
Et caught up with Hanks and his wife, Rita Wilson, before the premiere of his upcoming thriller The Circle at the Tribeca Film Festival on Wednesday, and the two-time Oscar winner marveled at the performance.
Watch: 'That Thing You Do' Band The Wonders Has a Rockin' Reunion 20 Years Later -- See the Pics!
"I thought it was the coolest thing in the world," said Hanks, who admitted he wasn't in attendance at the event because, he "didn't know anything about it."
The long-awaited reunion saw Tom Everett Scott (who starred as drummer Guy Patterson), Johnathon Schaech (who played lead singer Jimmy Mattingly) and Ethan Embry (who played the unnamed bassist), take to the »
Step aside, Kate McKinnon.
A Reddit user resurfaced old photos of Stewart dressed as a woman last year to promote his sitcom Blunt Talk, donning a long blonde wig, fake eyelashes and a pink ensemble. “Sir Patrick Stewart in drag looks a lot like Kellyanne Conway,” they observed, to the agreement of thousands.
Others realized that even Google had trouble differentiating between the two: a reverse image search for Stewart’s »
- Stephanie Petit
ABC has promoted When We Rise as a mini-series from the very beginning so there seems to be no chance that it will be cancelled or renewed for a second season. But, could strong ratings lead the network to produce similar programming or other mini-series? Stay tuned.From Dustin Lance Black, the When We Rise TV show chronicles the leaders who agitated for Lgbt rights in the Us Civil Rights movement. The mini-series follows Lgbt activist Cleve Jones (Guy Pearce), women's right leader Roma Guy (Mary-Louise Parker), her wife and social justice activist Diane (Rachel Griffiths), African-American community organizer Ken Jones (Michael K. Williams), and transgender activist Cecilia Chung (Ivory Aquino). The cast also includes Austin McKenzie, Emily Skeggs, Jonathan Majors, Fiona Dourif, Henry Czerny, Whoopi Goldberg, Arliss Howard, Sam Jaeger, T.R. Knight, Mary McCormack, Kevin McHale, Rosie O'Donnell, Denis O'Hare, Pauley Perrette, David Hyde Pierce, Richard »
Network: ABCEpisodes: Eight (hour)Seasons: OneTV show dates: February 27, 2018 — March 3, 2017Series status: Ending Performers include: Guy Pearce, Mary-Louise Parker, Rachel Griffiths, Michael K. Williams, Ivory Aquino, Austin McKenzie, Emily Skeggs, Jonathan Majors, Fiona Dourif, Henry Czerny, Whoopi Goldberg, Arliss Howard, Sam Jaeger, T.R. Knight, Mary McCormack, Kevin McHale, Rosie O'Donnell, Denis O'Hare, Pauley Perrette, David Hyde Pierce, Richard Schiff, Phylicia Rashad, Rob Reiner, and William Sadler.TV show description:From Dustin Lance Black, the When We Rise TV show chronicles the leaders who agitated for Lgbt rights in the Us Civil Rights movement. The mini-series follows Lgbt activist Cleve Jones, women's right leader Roma Guy, her wife and social justice activist Diane, African-American community organizer Ken Jones, and transgender »
[[tmz:video id="0_rubhsu8v"]] Anyone hoping to see Rosie O'Donnell play Steve Bannon on "Saturday Night Live" better write to their congressman ... Lorne Michaels. We got Rosie leaving Nobu in West Hollywood Thursday night and she told us her uncanny photoshop of Bannon is as far as she'll be taking the role. Why? Sounds like the idea failed to launch with 'SNL' honchos. We'll always have this ... Read more »
- TMZ Staff
Rosie O'Donnell recently changed her Twitter profile photo to an image of herself depicted as Steve Bannon, sending the internet into a frenzy over whether the comedian would play the White House chief strategist on “Saturday Night Live”
The social media buzz comes after Melissa McCarthy played White House press secretary Sean Spicer on “SNL” last weekend in a surprise appearance that garnered rave reviews from critics and fans alike. Since, Christine Baranski has voiced her interest in portraying Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, saying in an interview, “It would seem somewhat logical — we have that strong jawline, don’t we?” Kate McKinnon portrayed DeVos in last week’s Spicer skit.
While there seems to be a potential wave of female performers portraying president Donald Trump’s cabinet members on the horizon, don’t count O’Donnell in just yet. Sources from O’Donnell’s camp tell Variety that the former talk show host won’t be »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
After announcing her availability to play the chief strategist to President Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live, the actress and Trump rival changed her profile picture to a photo of herself as Bannon.
The picture, a composite created by artist Johnny Smith, came after a week of calls from users on social media for O'Donnell to takeover the character, who currently appears only in costume as the Grim Reaper and is played by castmember Mikey Day.
Dear @nbcsnl I agree with @Rosie that she would »
- Jackie Strause
Following Melissa McCarthy's brilliant portrayal of White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer on last week's SNL, fans took to Twitter to suggest O'Donnell take on the role of Bannon, President Donald Trump's chief strategist.
Now, the long-time Trump critic has taken things one step further with a new Twitter pic showing what she might look like with the right Bannon makeup.
“Dear @nbcsnl I agree with @Rosie that she would be hilarious perfection as #SteveBannon," wrote Twitter user @TheJohnnySmith, who also shared an image of O'Donnell's face photoshopped onto Bannon's head.
The former View co-host loved the image, immediately making it her official Twitter pic, and shared her appreciation with the creator, tweeting, "Thank U For Making »
After Melissa McCarthy's impressive take on White House press secretary Sean Spicer on last week's Saturday Night Live, the longtime Donald Trump critic told fans on Twitter that she's up for playing chief strategist Steve Bannon -- should she get the call.
O'Donnell reiterated the sentiment, responding to another follower's tweet, "Available - if called i will serve!"
O'Donnell also praised McCarthy as a "comedy god" after her turn as Spicer over the weekend.
O'Donnell would certainly be quite a casting »
"Available — if called I will serve," the actress tweeted, along with three exclamation points, in response to a fan who suggested the actress play the controversial chief strategist to President Donald Trump on the NBC sketch series.
"Alec [Baldwin] has Trump. Melissa has Spice. I would need a few days to prepare. So if called — I will be ready," she replied to another.
- Jackie Strause
Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Kimmel both made fun of President Donald Trump for using some of his time at Thursday's National Prayer Breakfast to talk about The Apprentice's ratings and how they suffered under his successor as host, Arnold Schwarzenegger.
"The ratings went right down the tubes, it's been a total disaster," Trump said, in part, at the breakfast. "I want to just pray for Arnold if we can for those ratings."
- THR Staff
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