Roseanne Barr might be coming back to television. Last month she tweeted a controversial tweet about Barack Obama former advisor, Valerie Jarrett, that prompted ABC to fire her. She was also not welcomed to join the original "Roseanne" stars in their upcoming sitcom, "The Conners," that will air this fall.
Since then she says that she has had a slew of job offers. She sat down in an interview with Rabbi Shmuley Boteach where she discussed her future in the entertainment industry and much more.
"Inside every bad thing is a good thing waiting to happen, and I feel very excited because I've already been offered so many things," she said. "I've almost accepted one really good offer to go back on TV."
"I might do it," she added. "But we'll see."
While she did not elaborate on what job offers she received, many of us are curious as to what could be happening down the pike. Most of the podcast interview was talking about her Jewish faith, the Torah, and "forgiveness and restitution."
In her first interview that was aired on June 24, Barr, who broke down in tears, told Shumely that she accepts the consequences of her actions but felt that her apologies had never been accepted. Barr further went on to say that her actions were "egregious" and that she "definitely feels remorse."
Barr has admitted that she hasn't reached out to apologize privately to Jarrett, but has been "praying for the right words."
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