[USA] July 25 (ANI): TV personality Roseanne Barr is all set to appear for her first interview since being ousted from her show 'Roseanne' over her racist remarks against an Obama administration official.
Barr is heading for an interview with Fox News anchor Sean Hannity, reported USA Today.
"During the live interview, (Barr) will react to reports about the tweet that got her fired, along with a discussion of President Donald Trump," USA Today quoted a fox news network official release as saying.
On July 9, Roseanne Barr took to Twitter to announce the cancellation of a TV interview. She wrote that the reason behind the decision was stress.
Last week, in an interview on her YouTube channel, Barr had said that she got fired probably because of her support for President Trump.
The actress' iconic sitcom 'Roseanne' was revived with a bent favouring US President Donald Trump, which garnered favourable ratings.
The television broadcasting company ABC is currently working on a spin-off of 'Roseanne' titled 'The Conners' that will not feature Barr's character and will focus on the rest of the cast instead. (ANI)