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Roseanne Plans to Produce Her Own Interview and Post It to YouTube. What Could Go Wrong?

Roseanne Barr has had quite the career rollercoaster in 2018. Her iconic sitcom, Roseanne, was revived and released in March, then canceled in May due to some of Barr’s racist tweets. She then blamed Ambien for her behavior and was promptly turned into a meme.

In addition, many of Barr’s costars expressed disappointment in her actions, which Barr publicly reacted to, saying that she felt betrayed.

Since then, Barr has been relatively silent on Twitter, primarily using it to retweet pro-Trump and anti-BDS movement related content. On Sunday, July 8th, she tweeted that she will be scheduling a TV interview.

The next day, however, Barr followed up her tweet and said that TV interviews were “too stressful and untrustworthy” for her. Hmm, I wonder where she got that idea from? Instead, Barr writes, she will be filming the interview herself and posting it to YouTube.

It’s unclear what exactly that means, but it seems that she will either be answering some pre-established questions in a video or she will be having a conversation with another person. 

Roseanne has not announced when this video will be filmed or uploaded to YouTube.


Ryan Khosravi

Ryan Khosravi is a culture writer based out of New York, and his thing in the world is beating unsuspecting straight men at Super Smash Bros.

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