Hollyscoop.com caught up with the stars at the Rosie O'Donnell Broadway Kids Gala to talk about the event and the ongoing fued with Rosie O'Donnell and Barbara Walters. Appearances and interviews with Rosie O'Donnell, Fran Drescher, Clay Aiken, Linda Dano, Rachel Ray and Stephen Baldwin.
Rosie O'Donnell vs Barbara Walters Male: Hollyscoop.com exclusive. Nora: Who doesn’t like a good old Celebrity Feud? We love them especially the Rosie versus Barbara Feud. Hollyscoop was on the red carpet for a Rosie’s Gala Building Dreams for Kids event where we caught up with the stars about the ongoing Feud. Here’s what they have to say. And there are war of words going still between Rosie and Barbara. Do you have a team, team Barbara, or team Rosie? Stephen Baldwin: I would say that the person that I believe in my opinion, in my blue collar kind of upbringing is showing far more character and integrity is Rosie O’Donnell. Nora: Okay. Stephen Baldwin: Good answer. Fran Drescher: Oh, you know they have a mutual respect and regard for each other and there’s absolutely no problem. Linda Dano: And they both respect each other enormously so this is again you know the press and trying to create something and I want it to go away especially during the holidays. Terry Serpico: I haven’t been paying much attention to that. I saw that she was in town and doing some interviews in regards to her stay at the Feud. Ani: What brings you out tonight Stephen? Stephen Baldwin: I'm here because Rosie has a wonderful organization and we both live in Nyack but we never see each other and that’s just wrong. Rachel Ray: You know we want to keep Broadway alive and vibrant and what a great way to do it with a grasps for it’s wonderful thing to do for the New York community. Just to get some of our kids that otherwise it wouldn’t be exposed to these routine programs out there. You know, so that we can develop their bright shining stars. Linda Dano: I don't know if you’ve ever been to one of these events with the Rosie throws it’s like none other. It’s crazy, funny, it’s just fun. It’s just fun and her cause is such a great one bringing that voice of the arts into the lives of children. Terry Serpico: It’s wonderful to be able to see the private sector kind of stepping up and trying to fill this void in the arts and arts education. Ani: You're premiering on NBC with your new variety show. What can we expect and why should be tuned in? Rosie O’Donnell: Because there is an opening number with me and Liza Minelli. Now, come on is that enough reason to tune in. Ani: Great. Rosie O’Donnell: And there is a big grand finale with dancing food with me and Gloria Stefan. Stephen Baldwin: That’s the scoop from Hollyscoop with a little flash in the middle of it.