"I apologized a lot," Barr told Sean Hannity on his Fox News Channel program, before directly telling the host she was "sad that you thought I was racist" to the former Obama Counselor Valerie Jarrett, the target of the tweet, prompted ABC to cancel "Roseanne". (The network has since revived the show without them.)
Barr said again that she was stunned when ABC contacted her for the first time about the tweet. In denying the show, the network ̵
In response to Hannity's questions about her troubled past, Barr also talked about her history of mental health issues, and how the part of the brain that turns her into a "creative genius" that comes close to causing insanity.
Barr sometimes said, "I want people like me, I do not want them to hate me." But she was also proud of the success the "Roseanne" revival had and said, "She can not take that away, no matter what happened. "
Barr is said to have received a substantial settlement from ABC Go away from the series, allowing the restart "Conners" to continue. When Hannity pointed out if she was compensated by the network, she said, "We can not talk about it."
Hannity dedicated the entire hour to the interview.