Comedian Rosie O’Donnell and wife Michelle Rounds welcomed daughter baby Dakota through adoption, Rosie’s rep confirmed to “Extra.”
O’Donnell, 50, also tweeted the happy news on Wednesday. “We [are] thrilled to announce the arrival of [our] daughter Dakota – #withloveandthanks – AMEN,” posting a pic of herself cuddling with Rounds and their new baby.
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“Extra’s” AJ Calloway caught up with Rosie O’Donnell at the Building Dreams for Kids Gala in NYC and talked with the radio show host about her health scare in August.
Rosie quipped, “Almost dying is a good motivator!” telling Calloway she credits her wife, Michelle Rounds, for saving her life. “Michelle said, ‘Do you think it's a heart attack?’ and she Googled it... then she gave me some aspirin to chew, which was a very good move, the doctor said.”
The new queen of television, Alana “Honey Boo Boo Child” Thompson, and mom June stopped by The Grove on Monday to talk with “Extra’s” Jerry Penacoli about Rosie O'Donnell's offer to buy them a new home.
"We appreciate the gesture, it was very kind,” replied June, “But we love our house. We are not looking for a handout, but we do want to renovate to a two bedroom and a bathroom."
Comedienne Rosie O’Donnell has revealed that she wed girlfriend Michelle Rounds earlier this summer in a secret ceremony.
Rosie O’Donnell suffered a major scare last week – a widow maker heart attack! The TV personality is starting to feel better and has been busy resting and tweeting.
TV personality Rosie O'Donnell suffered a heart attack last week and is now recovering at home and “resting comfortably.”
O’Donnell took to her blog to write about the experience in verse form, saying the Internet and a TV commercial helped save her life. Rosie wrote, “i took some bayer aspirin/thank god/saved by a tv/commercial/literally…” Read the whole poem here.
The radio show host said she had a stent inserted after doctors found that her coronary artery was 99 percent blocked.
She added that it was a "miracle" that she didn't die. "They call this type of heart attack/the Widow Maker/i am lucky to be here.”
In a statement on Monday, Rosie’s rep said, "She is now home and resting comfortably. She is very, very lucky."
Earlier this month, O'Donnell, 50, shared the news that her fiancée Michelle Rounds was diagnosed with desmoid tumors, a very rare affliction.