AceShowbiz - Rosie O'Donnell weighed in on Elisabeth Hasselbeck's return to "The View". Taking to her TikTok account, the 60-year-old comedienne appeared to diss the conservative personality, who made her return to the morning talk show as a guest host in the Wednesday, August 3 episode.
Of the outing, Rosie said in a TikTok video, "I watched it." She went on to insinuate that Elisabeth was the reason why she stopped watching the ABC talk show, saying, "I remembered why I don't want to watch it with her anymore. Her little Post-It notes, I don't know."
Rosie was referring to the "Fox & Friends" alum's decision to criticize President Joe Biden with Post-It notes during a segment. "Americans can't afford your America," read one of the Post-It notes, while another one featured, "Gas prices hurt us," written on it.
It was followed up by another note saying, "Recession is real." The "Survivor" alum added, "Even though I did not vote for you, you have my prayers."
Back to Rosie's TikTok clip, Rosie called Elisabeth's return "strange." She went on to opine, "Yeah. Um, hope you're having a good day. And if you saw that yesterday, hope you recovered."
Rosie's response wasn't entirely surprising. The actress and Elisabeth previously co-hosted "The View" together from 2006 to 2007 before the former exited the show following their infamous fight. As for Elisabeth, she left "The View" in 2013 with Rosie returning the following year.
"What could ruin a vacation more than to hear news like this?" Elisabeth said in a 2014 episode of "Fox & Friends". "Talk about not securing the border. Here comes to 'The View' the very woman who spit in the face of our military, spit in the face of her own network and really in the face of a person who stood by her and had civilized debates for the time that she was there."
The feud between them didn't stop as Elisabeth called Rosie's comments about having "a little bit of a crush" on her "disturbing." In response to that, Rosie joked in a March 2019 Instagram Live, "[Elisabeth] was so afraid of the concept of a lesbian having a crush on her that she had to go directly to Jesus, do not pass go, do not collect $200." She continued, "She kept on calling on Jesus. Yeah, Jesus was going to save her from the gay who thought she was cute!"