Roseanne Barr's First Post-Scandal TV Interview Will Be With Fox News' Sean Hannity

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Roseanne Barr is coming back to TV... for an interview with Sean Hannity.

The comedienne has been wrapped up in controversy since her racist tweet in May against former White House aide Valerie Jarrett. She recently released her own self-interview in which she claimed she thought Jarrett was white and not of African-American descent. However, it seems like this didn't satisfy the former Roseanne star.

Roseanne Barr Already Considering a Return to TV Post-'Roseanne'

Roseanne Barr Already Considering a Return to TV Post-'Roseanne'

The comedienne added that she wasn't paid off for spinoff 'The Conners.'

It was announced this week that Barr has booked a live TV interview with Fox News personality Sean Hannity. At 9:00 pm ET on July 26, Barr will reportedly discuss the Twitter scandal as well as Donald Trump, according to Deadline.

Given the circumstances, if the interview is to extend past the normal allotted time, any additional content will air on the host's show Hannity, airing July 27 at 9:00 pm ET.

Apart from her self-interview, Barr also spoke with spiritual advisor Rabbi Shmuley Boteach on his podcast, on which she initially apologized for her actions.

The interview between her and Hannity is sure to draw in viewers, especially as it was recently announced that spinoff series The Conners, starring the rest of the Roseanne cast, will officially premiere Tuesday, October 16.

Sean Hannity Interviews Roseanne Barr, Thursday, July 26, 9/8c, Fox News Channel

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