After appearing on Ellen Degeneres’ talk program, Rosie O’Donnell claims that the comment that she “didn’t really know” her damaged her feelings: I never quite moved on.

After Rosie O’Donnell appeared on her show, Ellen DeGeneres claimed that she wasn’t someone she actually knew. O’Donnell remarked, “I never really got over that. It hurt my feelings like a baby.” On “Watch What Happens Live,” O’Donnell talked about not participating on DeGeneres’ show. Morning Brew is read by more than 3 million people; you should too! Years after appearing on Rosie O’Donnell’s talk show, Ellen DeGeneres said in 2004 that she didn’t know her well. Rosie O’Donnell claims that this made her feel hurt.

After Cohen asked her a fan question that he was “interested in,” O’Donnell mentioned DeGeneres in In a recent appearance on “Watch What Happens Live” with Andy Cohen .

Why weren’t you ever a guest on Ellen DeGeneres’ show during its 20-year run? I liked your classic Lebanese moment with her on the “Rosie O’Donnell Show.” The query alluded to a scene in which DeGeneres was a guest on O’Donnell’s show in 1996, and the duo tried to dispel rumors that DeGeneres, who hadn’t come out yet, was a lesbian.

Just a few months later, DeGeneres would become famous.
Are you sure you never? O’Donnell was questioned by Cohen and she replied, “Never,” claiming she had never been requested to appear on the show.

O’Donnell remarked, “We had a little bit of a bizarre incident. “What ever happened to Rosie O’Donnell? asked Larry King, who appeared on Ellen after my show had ended and hers had begun. Her show failed miserably. After coming out as a lesbian, she vanished.”

O’Donnell quoted Ellen as saying, “I don’t know Rosie, we’re not friends.”

According to a transcript from the episode of “Larry King Live” from 2004, DeGeneres did admit that she was acquainted with O’Donnell and that she had appeared on her program.

When King enquired as to whether Rosie had ever appeared on O’Donnell’s show, DeGeneres replied, “I don’t actually know Rosie that well.” Even though I’ve spoken to her, we aren’t particularly close.

O’Donnell said to Cohen that she was sleeping with her ex-wife Kelli Carpenter when she watched the interview live and wondered if she had heard correctly.

O’Donnell acknowledged, “I never really got over that. It hurt my feelings like a baby.”

Producers did ask O’Donnell to go on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” near the conclusion of its run, she claimed, but the show would not let her bring a friend because she “felt it might be a little less weird.”

O’Donnell wished the woman “all the best in life” and added that she should be in good health. However, I never did it.