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Roseanne Barr Turns 70 — She Is Slimmer, Has Bigger Family And Is ‘Feeling Good’ with Beloved Man of 20 Years.

Roseanne Barr, an actress and stand-up comedian, celebrates her 70th birthday. The actress has had a long on-screen profession, yet some of her racist remarks have cost her dearly.

Barr was the star of the fan-favorite show “Roseanne,” yet she lost it after tweeting a racist comment and comparing former President Barack Obama and his senior advisor Valerie Jarrett to apes.

Barr has publicly stated her support for former President Donald Trump. However, she attributed her offensive joke to her poor health and lack of emotional balance.

She claimed it seemed humorous at the time, but she was wrong. Another source of Barr’s prejudice was her mistaken belief that Jarrett was white.

The actress faced widespread criticism and admitted to going into hiding for many weeks.

However, in the midst of the storm, Barr apologized and announced her departure from Twitter. The actress stated that the reaction terminated her career and her life, but she felt proud of herself for overcoming it.

After her popular program was canceled, Barr’s life required contemplation and adjustment in both her professional and personal life. Barr met her life partner, writer and producer John Argent, after three unsuccessful marriages.

According to the actress, they spent a year conversing on the phone before she fell in love with his voice. Barr even stated that she didn’t care how he seemed as long as he had teeth. But their first meeting was a pleasant surprise; Barr described Argent as one of the most attractive men she had ever met.

The pair is not in a hurry to marry. Every time the subject of marriage comes up, Argent claims that he and Barr are happy without the ring.

Barr acknowledged Argent as her life partner and hailed him for caring about truth and justice in her book “Roseannearchy: Dispatches from the Nut Farm.”

Argent and Barr like reading books and posting films about their hobbies on Barr’s YouTube channel. Argent just wrote a novel titled “Henry Hoskins and The Hole Factory,” and the star lauded her partner’s literary abilities.

Barr and her life partner bought a house in Hawaii that included a macadamia nut orchard. The home is situated on 46 acres of property.

According to the photos the comedian has published on social media, the Hawaiian residence appears to be a paradise. With stunning sunsets, lush foliage, and a flower garden bursting with vibrant hues.

Barr claimed that her house was formerly a museum that she restored to her taste. The front door of the three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom property is decked out with lush green plants and a seat to relax and enjoy the view.

The kitchen has oak cabinetry and stainless steel equipment. However, based on the photo Barr supplied, her kitchen is large enough to accommodate a bed.

The “Roseanne” actress uploaded another photo of herself in her home area with a boho vibe. A green accent wall, hardwood furniture, and a neural floral carpet complement the rest of the house.

Barr also worked hard to improve her physical appearance. Barr gained 350 pounds in the 1990s, prompting her to seek professional assistance in losing weight.

In 1998, the comedy veteran acknowledged having a gastric bypass surgery, which caused her to shed 80 pounds. However, after losing so much weight, Barr was confronted with the problem of accessible skin, which she resolved through a stomach tuck.

The actress’s path was not simple; she admitted to gaining weight along the road, yet she did not blame herself for it.

She kept working hard. The comedian revealed that becoming more active and eating better was her life-changing diet. Her objective was to resume living a healthy lifestyle since she enjoyed feeling lighter.

After all of her life upheavals, Barr said that becoming a grandma had the most influence on her. The comic has six grandkids and believes it is obligatory to teach her kids how to be good parents to their kids.

Barr stated that it provides her an excuse to be more assertive, yet she desires her grandkids to have a decent and healthy childhood. She has a great love life and the satisfaction of being a grandma.

Barr has returned to stand-up comedy. Her first public appearance since her racist remark was in Las Vegas, where she appeared alongside fellow comedian Andrew Dice Clay.

Despite the fact that it was her first performance since being dismissed by ABC, Barr was not hesitant to talk about her termination or continue making provocative comments.

The comedian appears to be extremely vocal and unafraid to express herself. Her book, “Roseannearchy: Dispatches from the Nut Farm,” is a candid depiction of her thoughts on class warfare, feminism, and celebrity life expectations.

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