Oprah Winfrey took to attract on Rosie O'Donnell to TV talk again. Almost a decade after she left her daily daytime talks show to care for their children, O'Donnell’s "The Rosie Show" opening on Monday at the Oprah Winfrey Network. The O'Donnell took the choice after Winfrey visited his home which became a four hour conference.
"I told him I would take the torch of what she had prepared so well," said by O'Donnell in an interview while sitting in his office at Harpo Studios in the city Chicago, images of children and pets behind shelves on her desktop. O'Donnell tapes in the similar liberty where Winfrey can tape "The Oprah Winfrey Show" earlier than it were completed in May later than 25 years.
They talked about life of O'Donnell and why I wanted back to TV, O'Donnell said."I finally said, 'Let's do this.' I said, 'Let's do this. "I feel a kind of responsibility to reach their level of brilliance," O'Donnell said about Winfrey.
Two women have much in common: equally they have had self-styled magazines, together they said they would be tutors if not entertaining, they share the Daytime Emmy for finest chat show host in the year 1998, and now they share the same network cable and the public.
Its seems like a good option for O'Donnell, a mother of 49 years of age, presented four monologues from joke about the weight gain of menopause, and depression. Promises more in depth chat with a celebrity only after slight or no pre-talk by its staff for one-hour episode.
"We have to progress in a way that is authentic," said O'Donnell, who is a friend of mega-celebrities like Tom Cruise and Madonna. She said her curiosity intimate; fan-shaped on the famous has changed over the years.