Rosie O’Donnell felt like “the foster kid” on “The View” and admits her chief writer vandalized a photo of co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck after their on-air shouting match Wednesday, which led to O’Donnell’s departure from the show, according to a video posted on her blog Saturday.
“I was really just like the foster kid for a year,” she said about her stint on the ABC talk show. “I came and we considered adoption, but I really didn’t fit into the family, and then it was time for the foster kid to go back home.”
O’Donnell said in the Saturday night video that she tried to get along with Hasselbeck but suggested they weren’t compatible.
“I never tried harder to be friends with someone than I did with her from the get go, but I don’t think we ended up there, anywhere close,” she said.
O’Donnell’s chief writer, Janette Barber, was allegedly escorted out of “The View” studios Thursday after she was caught drawing a moustache on a photo of Hasselbeck. In her video, O’Donnell shrugged off the prank.
“Janette, I love ya,” she said. “It was only one photo, people, and it was a magazine cutout.”
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