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Whoopi Goldberg Thinks Roseanne Barr Could Have a Career Comeback After 'Roseanne' Cancellation

At least someone is optimistic for Roseanne Barr amid this whole scandal. Roseanne was cancelled on Tuesday, May 29 after the actress shared a racist tweet, and now, Whoopi Goldberg has revealed she thinks she still has a chance for a career comeback. When asked by Entertainment Tonight she replied, "I'm sure she can. Everybody seems to be able to come back, so." (Photo Credit: Getty Images) Fans were surprised to see Whoopi so pro-Roseanne after the former sitcom star retweeted an altered photo last week of Whoopi wearing a very vulgar shirt with Donald Trump's face on it. It has since been deleted, but the caption read, "Out of curiosity @ABC & @Disney this is okay with you? Hypocrisy on the Left is sickening! Your Pathetic! #BoycottABC #IStandWithRoseanne." Whoopi further opened up about that situation when speaking to Et. "This freaking shirt comes out every time somebody wants to say
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Roseanne Barr Responds to a Fan's Plea for Fox to Pick up 'Roseanne' After Cancellation

It seems not everyone is happy that ABC has decided to cancel the Roseanne reboot after star Roseanne Barr's racist tweet about President Barack Obama's former Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett. On Tuesday, May 29, a Roseanne supporter took to Twitter to urge Fox to pick up the show — and Roseanne quickly responded to the plea. "Retweet if You Want @Foxtv to pick up my friend @therealroseanne’s Hit Show! #FreedomOfSpeech #1A @FoxNews @Potus @realDonaldTrump @seanhannity @HappeningNow @kanyewest #FreeThinker," Oliver McGee wrote. Soon after, the 65-year-old actress replied, "No, but thanks for your support!" no, but thanks for your support!— Roseanne Barr (@therealroseanne) May 30, 2018 If Fox did decide to continue producing new episodes of Roseanne, it wouldn't be the first time the network has revived a series recently cancelled by ABC. After Tim Allen's sitcom Last Man Standing was axed by ABC in May 2017 following six seasons, Fox picked up
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