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Rosie O'Donnell Bashes Donald Trump in Funny 'Grease' Parody

Rosie O’Donnell belts out a parody of the Grease song “There Are Worse Things I Can Do” while bashing presidential candidate Donald Trump.

The former talk show host made a surprise appearance at Disaster the Musical on Broadway on Thursday night (April 7) and sang the parody to help raise money for charity.

“When Seth [Rudetsky] said ‘would you do something at Disaster,’ I thought, ‘You know, what’s the biggest disaster?’ Out of all these talented singers and I’m the one singing for money, it doesn’t make sense,” Rosie said while introducing the performance.

In the parody, Rosie listed all of the “worse things” that Donald could do including build a wall, repeal Obamacare, do a weird thing with his hair, brag about his tiny hands, have bright orange skin, and much more.

Last night, Rosie O'Donnell joined us for a VERY special #DisasterRelief performance with her own Donald J. Trump version of "There Are Worse Things I Could Do" from Grease! #PrepareForDisaster

Posted by Disaster – On Broadway on Friday, April 8, 2016

Chelsea Handler Slams Donald Trump Using Her Nearly Bare Body!

Chelsea Handler just slammed Donald Trump by writing a message on her nearly stripped down body, in this new photo posted to Instagram.

The 41-year-old comedian wrote “Trump is a butt hole” across her back and bottom while posing with out a shirt.

“Sometimes we swim above water and somethings we swim on the sea floor. I’ll meet you wherever you are,” Chelsea captioned the photo.

Chelsea is certainly no stranger to racy photos! She just posted a full bare body pic last month for Reese Witherspoon‘s birthday. Be sure to see it if you missed it!

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Debra Messing Calls Out Susan Sarandon for Trump Comments

Debra Messing and Susan Sarandon have been going back and forth on Twitter over politics.

The 47-year-old Mysteries of Laura star took issue with the 69-year-old actress’ interview with MSNBC earlier this week in which she seemingly implied that a Donald Trump presidency might be preferable to a Hillary Clinton one.

Susan Sarandon muses tht Trump prezcy wud b better 4 the country thn Hillary. Wonder if she’d say that if she were poor,gay,Muslim or immgrnt,” Debra tweeted.

Susan wrote, “Of course I would never support Trump for any reason. If you watch the interview you’ll see that’s not what I said.”

“Then why didn’t you say that? Please make that clear in the future. For women’s sake if for no one else,” Debra responded.

Jamie Lee Curtis also weighed in, “I respect but disagree with @SusanSarandon. A possible support of Trump over @HillaryClinton is dangerous 2 women, minorities & immigrants.”

Susan and Debra then had a long exchange over what she actually said. Watch Susan‘s original interview below and you be the judge.


Susan Sarandon Talks Politics on MSNBC

Anderson Cooper Tells Donald Trump He's Using the 'Argument of a Five-Year-Old' (Video)

Anderson Cooper shut down Donald Trump while discussing the unflattering photo he retweeted of his opponent Ted Cruz‘s wife.

“I thought it was a nice picture of Heidi,” the Republican presidential candidate said during the CNN Town Hall on Tuesday night (March 29) in Milwaukee, Wis.

“Come on, you’re running for president of the United States,” Anderson replied.

“Look, I didn’t start it,” Trump said, to which Anderson responded, “Sir, with all due respect, that’s the argument of a five-year-old.”

“It is not!” Donald replied. Anderson continued, “The argument of a five-year-old is, ‘He started it’!”

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Presidential Candidates React, Respond to Brussels Terror Attacks

The Presidential candidates have been spending the morning reacting to the tragic Brussels terror attacks that occurred on Tuesday (March 22).

Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton, as well as Republican hopefuls Donald Trump, John Kasich, and Ted Cruz have all released statements. At the time of this publication, Democratic hopeful Bernie Sanders has not released a statement.

Hillary and Donald both separately appeared on talk shows this morning to comment on the events, which have claimed the lives of over 26 people, and injured hundreds of others.

Click inside to read the reactions from the presidential candidate hopefuls on the Brussels terror attacks… More Here! »

John Legend Calls Donald Trump a Racist in Twitter Battle

John Legend has called out Donald Trump for being a “racist” in a Twitter battle with the presidential candidate’s son.

Donald Trump Jr. wrote a tweet about the protesters at one of his father’s rally and John replied by saying, “I think they were protesting your racist father. This isn’t complicated.”

When someone accused John of having no education, he pointed out that he and Donald actually went to the same university!

“Here we go again. That can’t be the answer for everything you don’t like. That’s why the country is so divided now!” Donald Jr. wrote in response to John‘s original tweet.

Donald Trump Responds to Rally Cancellation: 'Thugs' Have 'Energized America'

Donald Trump has taken to Twitter to respond to his rally’s cancellation on Friday (March 11) in Chicago, Ill.

The 69-year-old Republican presidential frontrunner decided to cancel the event after violence broke out among supporters and protesters.

“The organized group of people, many of them thugs, who shut down our First Amendment rights in Chicago, have totally energized America!” Donald wrote.

In addition, Donald told CNN‘s Don Lemon, “I hope that my tone is not that of causing violence.”

Donald has commented on violence at his rallies in the past, stating, “They were swinging, they were hitting people and they were really doing damage and, frankly, the crowd turned on them or the police turned on them. In most cases it was the police.”

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