Roseanne Barr has turned 70, and in that time she has lost weight, expanded her family, and reported that she and her husband of 20 years are “feeling good.”

Roseanne Barr, known for her work in both acting and stand-up comedy, recently celebrated her 70th birthday. However, the actress’s history of making insensitive remarks has resulted in a significant setback for her career in the entertainment industry.

Barr was the primary character in her fan-favorite sitcom “Roseanne,” but after the actress tweeted a racist statement and compared former President Barack Obama and his former advisor Valerie Jarrett to an ape, she lost it. In the show, Barr played the role of Roseanne Conner.

Barr has not been shy about her admiration for the 45th president of the United States, Donald Trump. But she justified her tasteless joke by claiming that she was sick and lacked emotional equilibrium at the time.

She thought it would be hilarious at the moment, but she was wrong about that assessment. Barr’s bigotry stemmed from the fact that she was under the impression that Jarrett was white.

The actress was subjected to a significant amount of criticism and later admitted to going into hiding for a few weeks. People report that when Jarrett was asked how she felt about Roseanne Barr’s statements, she responded by saying, “Roseanne who?” in response to the question.

However, when asked if she planned to watch one of Barr’s stand-up performances, the former government official responded that she would not be doing so and expressed her hope that no one else would either, in order to provide the comedian with a “teachable moment.”

Barr was aware of Jarrett’s reaction, and she stated, “I realize she thinks I wronged her.” Barr also stated that it was stressful to initiate a public apology because she was criticized for the same thing over, and she claimed that it was frustrating to apologize in public.

Nevertheless, in the midst of the uproar, Barr issued an apology and stated that she would be leaving Twitter. The actress stated that the backlash put an end to both her acting career and her life, but she was pleased to have triumphed over it.

Barr’s life after the cancellation of her successful program demanded that she engage in self-reflection and undergo transformations in both her personal and professional spheres. Barr had three previous marriages end in divorce before she met John Argent, a writer and producer. Argent would become her life partner.

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