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The comedienne's estranged wife Michelle Rounds requires a random drug testing for Rosie as Michelle believes Rosie is an unfit parent to their daughter Dakota.
Michelle Rounds has filed for full custody of her and Rosie's 2-year-old adopted daughter Dakota.
In her divorce filing, O'Donnell cites 'an irretrievably broken relationship' as the reason for their separation.
O'Donnell, who announced her departure last Friday, thanks her co-hosts, the show's crew and Barbara Walters at the end of the Thursday, February 12 episode.
O'Donnell says her fellow 'The View' co-hosts have been very supportive and understandable about her health concern that prompts her leave.
The comedienne who just announced her exit from 'The View' takes a jab the 'Nightly News' anchor and makes a fun of herself in the process over her marital problem.
A representative for the ABC talk show brands accusations that behind-the-scene drama is the real reason of O'Donnell leaving as 'completely ridiculous.'
O'Donnell's representative confirms her departure from the daily show is prompted by her marital problems and thus she wants to focus more on her children.
From hot couples' weddings to some shocking deaths, these stories made the third part of the annual kaleidoscope.
Rosie O'Donnell decides to do what she thought Katie Couric failed to do when interviewing the '7th Heaven' actor, i.e. 'hit him with his truth.'
Goldberg and O'Donnell yell at each other as they can't agree about whether First Lady Michelle Obama being mistaken for the help is racist or not.
The 'View' co-host is drawing criticism online after calling Chrissy's statement regarding a fatal shooting incident in Ottawa 'brilliant and on-point.'
The show's moderator and returning co-host allegedly got into a heated spat in front of audience in the studio during a commercial break.
O'Donnell, Whoopi Goldberg, Rosie Perez and Nicolle Wallace kiss Walters' ring before they discuss today's hot topics, including the Ray Rice scandal.
Commenting on O'Donnell's return to the ABC talk show, the 'Apprentice' host says, 'It'll have a short term positive effect... Rosie always self-destructs.'