Just one day after telling Howard Stern on his Sirius XM radio show that she is dating a younger woman, O’Donnell has shared her girlfriend’s name: Rooney. “I’ve been dating a woman who’s a police officer from Worcester and she’s on the mountain division so she rides a horse every day,” said O’Donnell. She was an undefeated boxing champion in the Army.” Continued the star, “We are both huge UFC enthusiasts. It’s fun to have someone to watch it with because nobody in my house cared.She’s wonderful.” O’Donnell was previously married to Michelle Rounds, who died of apparent suicide in September at age 46. She also has four children —son Parker, 22, son Blake, 17, and daughter Vivienne, 14, and 20-year-old estranged daughter Chelsea — with ex-wife Kelli Carpenter-O’Donnell.Rosie O'Donnell made a big announcement on Monday, revealing on The Howard Stern Show that she has a new, younger woman in her life.'I am in love.
By Radar Staff Rosie O’Donnell opens up to Oprah Winfrey in O, The Oprah Magazine about her split with Kelli Carpenter, how she calmed her rage, why she takes to being a mother-of-four, what led her to the OWN network and more in an in-depth Q&A between the talk show legends.
In the interview, O’Donnell opens up about her 2007 split from ex Kelli Carpenter, calling it “humbling” and “humiliating.” “In the O’Donnell family, no one had ever been divorced,” the Exit To Eden star explained. Bikini Babes With Books O’Donnell told a story about their conflicting lifestyles that ultimately led to their split.
Her second marriage to Michelle Rounds lasted from 2012 to 2015, but ended with a bitter custody battle over their daughter Dakota, who is now 4.
Rosie O’Donnell is revealing more about the woman who has stolen her heart.
’ “So I show up to play with her, and somebody comes out and says, ‘You can’t play unless you have tennis whites.'” PHOTOS: Hollywood’s Hottest Divorcees Bare All In Their Bikinis O’Donnell told Winfrey that receiving estrogen treatments has helped her stop seeing red all the time. And since I got some, I’ve been able to function more normally,” O’Donnell said. You know, I think I had a lot more rage than I was aware of. I’m not cut off from my emotions anymore.” O’Donnell held little back in discussing her four children, admitting that she often connects better with the young’uns than she does adults.