Rosie O’Donnell knocked Drew Barrymore after she revealed her talk program would be returning as the Writers Guild of America stays on strike.
In an Instagram post Saturday, the “A League of Their Own” star shared “advice” from an essay by Elizabeth Grey, for the “Charlie’s Angel” starlet that she oughtto follow concerning the return of “The Drew Barrymore Show.”
“Stop taping the program. Stop asking audiences to cross the picket line,” O’Donnell, 61, composed, pricingestimate Grey. “Then ask somebody to assistance you craft 3 declarative sentences.
“They must follow along these lines: I made an mistake. I saysorry to the WGA for disrespecting the work of expert authors. I saysorry to all union members who are holdingupagainst genuine difficulty as I live a life of high-end.”
Several stars sided with O’Donnell on the matter, consistingof “Charmed” alum Alyssa Milano, who composed, “Not complex at all.”
“American Horror Story” star Cheyenne Jackson included, “Yes,” while “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers” star Karan Ashley included, “So frustrating in her. People are actually havingahardtime.”
Comedian Alec Mapa commented, “Easy peasy. Don’t continue to punch me in the face after you saidsorry for punching me in the face.”
Last week, Barrymore, 48, revealed that her eponymous talk program would be recording its 4th season in accordance with the guidelines of the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes.
“I own this option,” she composed in a now-deleted Instagram post. “We are in compliance with not goingover or promoting movie and tv that is struck of any kind. We released live in a international pandemic. Our program was developed for delicate times and has just worked through what the genuine world is going through in genuine time.”
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