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Roseanne Barr Calls Natalie Portman 'Repulsive' For Skipping Awards Ceremony in Israel

Roseanne Barr is putting Natalie Portman on blast.

While promoting her upcoming trip to Israel in an interview with the Israel Hayom newspaper, the 66-year-old disgraced actress called the 37-year-old Oscar-winning actress “repulsive” for declining to accept an award in Israel back in April.

“It was really sickening, I find her repulsive,” Roseanne said of Natalie. “She was raised in incredible privilege of safety in the Jewish state and knows nothing about anti-Semitism.”

Back in April, Natalie declined the Genesis Prize because she “didn’t want to be seen endorsing” the president of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, who was due to attend.

Roseanne added: “She’s the darling of the left here, the Jewish left in Hollywood, she is a complete hypocrite who grew up in safety and privilege, like I said before, and knows nothing about what she speaks of.”

Natalie Portman Grabs Coffee to Go in Los Feliz

Natalie Portman carries a tray of coffees as she heads back to her car on Monday morning (January 7) in Los Feliz, Calif.

The 37-year-old Oscar-winning actress pulled her wet hair back in a bun as she stepped out in a gray, zip-up hoodie and jeans for her run to the coffee shop.

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During a recent interview, Natalie addressed rumors that she would be returning for the upcoming Star Wars: Episode IX.

If you forgot, Natalie starred as Padmé Amidala in Star Wars Episodes I, II, and III.

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Natalie Portman Keeps It Cozy for Trip to the Grocery Store

Natalie Portman sips on a hot drink while stopping by the grocery store!

The 37-year-old Annihilation actress was spotted taking care of errands on Friday (December 28) in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles.

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She bundled up in a fuzzy cardigan with a grey shirt, black leggings, and sneakers, along with a black scarf and oversized sunglasses.

That same day, Natalie took to social media to pay tribute to Israeli author Amos Oz, whose autobiograhical novel “A Tale of Love and Darkness” inspired Natalie‘s directing debut.

“My heart is broken,” she captioned a photo of the two on Instagram. “Today we lost a soul, a mind, a heart, Amos Oz, who brought so much beauty, so much love, and a vision of peace to our lives. Please hold him in your hearts and read his gorgeous books. My most loving embrace to his family, which he loved extremely.”

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Natalie Portman Remembers Author Amos Oz After His Passing

Natalie Portman is mourning the loss of author Amos Oz.

The 37-year-old actress took to her Instagram to remember Amos, who penned autobiographical novel A Tale of Love and Darkness, which she made into a film in 2015.

The book follows Amos‘ relationship with his mother, who died by suicide when he was 12.

Natalie made her directorial debut with the film in addition to writing the script and playing Amos‘ mother.

“My heart is broken. Today we lost a soul, a mind, a heart, Amos Oz, who brought so much beauty, so much love, and a vision of peace to our lives. Please hold him in your hearts and read his gorgeous books. My most loving embrace to his family, who he loved extremely,” Natalie wrote.

Our thoughts are with Natalie as well as Amos‘ friends and family during this difficult time.

Natalie Portman Discusses Being 'Sexualized' as a Child Star

Natalie Portman is opening up about feeling “unsafe” when she was “sexualized” as a child star.

The 37-year-old Vox Lux actress – who has revealed that her first piece of fan mail was a rape fantasy written by a man – shared her thoughts in a new interview with People.

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“She is such a wild character, but she’s also someone I felt was a real person, who is the product of this life that has happened to her,” she shared about her Vox Lux character. “You see in this film how a young girl is packaged into this brand, and it’s kind of separate from her. I experienced a different degree of it, in a different way, and obviously I have very different support system than the character in the movie, but you see what the culture wants from you, or demands from you and wants to put out there.”

“I know I was sexualized in the ways that I was photographed or portrayed, and that was not my doing,” she continued. “That becomes a part of your public identity.”

“It’s complicated to have your own private development and maturation alongside that [pressure] as a person, kind of having these double identities,” she added. “And I think that it’s a big conversation about how many different kinds of things girls and women can be.”