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Rosie O'Donnell to revive talk show for one time only

The live-streamed show will raise money for The Actors Fund. It will feature special guests like Neil Patrick Harris, Morgan Freeman and Gloria Estefan.

CALIFORNIA, USA — Rosie O’Donnell is reviving her old daytime talk show for one time only and her guest list is impressive.

A whos-who of Broadway,  including Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker, Neil Patrick Harris, Morgan Freeman, Gloria Estefan and Barry Manilow, plan to join O’Donnell on Sunday for a live streaming fundraiser for The Actors Fund.

The show will be available at Broadway.com and live-streamed on Broadway.com’s YouTube channel.

The Actors Fund provides a safety net for performing arts and entertainment professionals. It was founded in 1882.

The Rosie O'Donnell show started in 1996, and it was a network hit until November 2000 when Rosie announced she would be leaving after her contract expired in 2002.

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Since the Rosie O'Donnell Show, Rosie has been working on plenty of projects like launching a charity for children, Rosie’s Theater Kids, she joined the cast of ABC's The View and wrote a second memoir.

Other news in entertainment includes: Conan O'Brien going back on the air, with iPhones and Skype. The late-night host said he will resume putting out new episodes of TBS' “Conan” on March 30. 

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