Rosie Shares Her View on Politics, Fame, Health and More

In a world where reality television shows and online video-sharing sites like YouTube have made nearly everyone a celebrity, the idea of fame is totally different than what O'Donnell considered when she was younger. Still, she said she has no complaints and by the end of the interview she was relieved.

"That was much easier than the promo made it look," O'Donnell said jokingly about "GMA's" promotion of her interview. "Can I tell you I saw that promo last night and I had a panic attack."

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