On the Today show this morning, Madonna defended her pal Rosie O'Donnell. "People are giving Rosie a hard time. I wish they'd stop. I don't think it's fair," she said.
Madge told Meredith Vieira that she'd first heard about the word war between O'Donnell and Trump while vacationing "in the middle of the Indian Ocean" and immediately e-mailed Rosie.
"I have to hear it from the horse's mouth," Madonna said. "Basically, I mean, she's a stand-up comic. I think all stand-up comics talk about provocative things in their monologues before shows, and I think that's a commonplace thing."
"I don't know exactly the content of what she said," Madonna said, "but I have a feeling that if every stand-up comic was penalized for saying politically incorrect things or provocative things, I think they'd all be hung in the public square."
Thursday, January 11, 2007
Posted by Gabs at 11:39 AM