Rosie O'Donnell Tweets About Finding Comfort in Broadway Songs Amid Troubles with Her Daughter
The star shared some videos from the musical Hamilton on Friday night
Rosie O’Donnell is turning to an old friend – Broadway – as she deals with the emotional rollercoaster she’s been on with her daughter Chelsea.
On Friday, a judge approved a request from O’Donnell’s teen daughter to lift a no-contact order with the 25-year-old man accused of sending her nude photos.
Chelsea had been found hiding at the man’s New Jersey home after she went missing last month, a couple of weeks before her 18th birthday. She subsequently chose to move to Wisconsin to live with her birth mother.
Hours after the judge’s decision, O’Donnell tweeted a YouTube video showing the opening night of the Broadway show Hamilton. “Just when I am sure I can’t go on ” she captioned it, adding the hashtag #liferaft.
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The musical theater fan, who has appeared on Broadway and also produced the show Taboo, followed it up a few minutes later with a video of the Hamilton cast celebrating A Chorus Line and performing songs including “What I Did for Love.”
And O’Donnell then shared a video of the cast singing the lyric “the world turned upside down.”