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Roseanne Barr Masks Up in a Hilarious Way in New Selfie

by Samantha Whidden
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Former Roseanne star Roseanne Barr took to her Instagram to share a hilarious snapshot of her rocking a funny face mask while out and about on Saturday (November 20th). 

While describing the mask in literally the best possible way, Roseanne Barr simply wrote, “Kiss” for the post’s caption. 

Barr’s fans had a good laugh, thanks to the post. “Omg!!! Hahaha! Best mask ever,” one fan declared. Another fan shared, “This is EVERYTHING.”

Barr has been more active on her Instagram than in the past year. She recently posted a snapshot of her and her granddaughter with the caption, “Eeeeeeeeee.” She also celebrated her daughter’s 50th birthday recently. “My oldest baby is 50!”

Roseanne Barr Opens Up About Life After Her Hit Namesake Sitcom Ended in 1997

During a 2018 interview with AARP, Roseanne Barr recalled what her career was like after her hit namesake sitcom Roseanne originally wrapping up in 1997.  “After the Roseanne show, I just kind of decided I was going to do whatever I wanted and not do anything for money,” Roseanne Barr explained. She then stated she had a lot of great adventures after wrapping up the show. 

Barr then shared what else she had done with her time. “I ran for president, traveled a lot. Lots of clearing land, planting stuff, playing music, getting crafts. I bought an old museum in Hawaii and kind of rebuilt it nay hand.”

Along with Barr, her co-star John Goodman spoke about his reaction to the hit series coming to an end.

“I was in pretty bad shape when I left Roseanne, to be honest,” Goodman admitted. “I had a lot of resentment and I just didn’t care. It was a terrible character fault of mine. I always wanted more of something.”

The Roseanne star also explained that he had some kind of emptiness inside of him. “For me, it was probably just a fear of not being good enough. Not being worthy of what I was getting. Maybe survivor’s guilt from having grown up poor.”

While discussing what she’s learned as she ages, Barr stated as she ages, she is not only more grateful but more in the moment.

“Things are more meaningful. You don’t want to just get through it. I was always racing to get to the punch line. Now it’s just, like, well, I’m leaving it in there.”

Barr went on to add she has managed to carve a lot of the chaos out of her life and now it’s more relaxed. “Maybe we did all the hard work in the past. And now we’re enjoying it. Like a lot of retired people are.”