Regardless of how you feel about Rosie O'Donnell, it was difficult to imagine elated contestants on The Price is Right hugging and kissing this controversial host when called on stage to bid on items during the popular game show.
Therefore, CBS should probably be grateful that this Elisabeth Hasselbeck basher turned down the gig because she didn't wish to relocate to L.A. for its shooting.
In her blog responding to a question about moving, O'Donnell says to the camera: "Here's the thing. I don't really need a job. I'm in a weird position. I don't need the money.
"I know you're not allowed to talk about money in America," she continues, "But I'm just saying I don't. So to get my entire family uprooted from their lives and move them across the country so that I can have a fantasy childhood indulgence job just doesn't seem fair."
Sounds reasonable enough to us. Especially if celebrity gossip rumors are true that Rosie hopes to be a backup dancer for Britney Spears instead.
O'Donnell, 45, and wife Kelli, 40, live outside New York City with sons Parker, 12, and Blake, 7, and daughters Chelsea, 9, and Vivi, 4. These underrated kids are rarely mentioned in the same circles as Suri Cruise and Jayden James Federline.
"They all are in school, they have friends, we love their school, we love our community, our house, our life, our home," O'Donnell says in her video. "If they were able to do it in New York it would be a different story. But it looks like it ain't gonna happen."
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