Rosie O'Donnell Returns To 'The View' For First Time Since 2007

Rosie O'Donnell Returns To 'The View' Rosie O'Donnell Returns To 'The View'

Rosie O’Donnell was back on “The View” on Friday for the first time since 2007, where she weighed in a slew of Hot Topics.

Here’s some of what Ro – who joked, “It’s my first time back, I’m afraid I’ll be exiled!” – said during her return to the daytime chat fest.

On Justin Bieber: “Poor baby. Here’s the thing: Fame is a tidal wave. It sweeps you away… I threw eggs at houses every Halloween of my life. Do I think he needs parental supervision in a way that he’s not getting? I certainly do. But do I think he should be deported? No way, Jose.”

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On Dylan & Mia Farrow’s Woody Allen Abuse Allegations: “I firmly believe Dylan, and I believe Mia… You can never really know what goes on in a house.”

On The Death Of Philip Seymour Hoffman & Addiction: “It is a disease [Rosie then referred to a recent piece that Russell Brand penned on addiction], [if you read his piece] you’ll understand just how crippling this disease is and it’s about time we stop shaming addicts and that we understand it’s a disease. The same way we’d never yell at anyone ‘Oh my God! You have cancer. I cannot believe you, you’re so morally corrupt.’ We shouldn’t do that to drug addicts. I understand it’s a hard concept for people who don’t have any addictive natures.

See what Rosie had to say about her family life:

-- Jesse Spero

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