The Latest: Rosie O’Donnell has a new look as she’s joined by her former band, The Flaming Lips
The Latest on Rosie Gennaro’s new look from her first performance in two years (all times local): 10:15 a.m.
Rosie says she has “been blessed” by the experience.
She says she feels like she’s living a life in which she has an opportunity to “do something special.”
She says her first show was an “unprecedented experience” and that she feels “greatly fortunate.”
10:05 a.t.m.: The Flamed Lips have confirmed that Rosie is a member of their family.
She also confirms that she is in a band called The Flashing Lips.
She’s joined the band on stage.
“We were all kind of blown away by the outpouring of support,” she says.
“I think we were kind of in shock.
But I don’t know if I’ll ever go back.
I just think it was so special.
I’m so lucky to be a part of this family.
I feel like I’m in this magical place, and I can’t thank you enough.”
9:50 a.i.m: Rosia Gennarolo’s new appearance is being celebrated on the streets of New York City.
Gennaraolo is scheduled to perform Friday night at the Javits Center.
Gennaero says she’s looking forward to celebrating her new look.
She said she “didn’t want to be anything but Rosie” when she was young.
“She’s just a great person,” she said.
“Rosie is such a person, a really strong, strong soul.”
8:35 a.l.m., Jan. 31: The Flaking Lips are in full-fledged recovery mode, according to their manager.
“They’ve been having a lot of physical therapy and their heart is working really well,” said manager Scott Jobe.
Gernaero says her heart rate has dropped to about 75 to 80 beats per minute.
She has lost 30 pounds and has regained a good amount of muscle mass.
Garnasolo says she will be wearing a dress that’s meant to look like the one she wore when she performed her hit song, “You’re My Girl.”
She also says she was given permission by her doctor to have her nails cut off for the event.
8:20 a.y.m.-Jan. 31, 2017: Rosi Gennariano says she is still recovering from the surgery to remove her left eyelid and has to take medication.
“It’s very scary,” Gennariao said.
The singer-songwriter said the operation was a “total shock” and “just kind of a miracle.”
She said the doctors gave her permission to have the procedure done.
“All the doctors told me that this was the best thing I could do to help my body heal,” she added.
She was not at all surprised by the success of the concert.
“Everyone in the world is saying that it’s an amazing show,” Gennaaro said.
She added that her performance is a celebration of her new life and that her “heart is feeling great.”
“I have such a strong sense of joy and I love this stage,” she told the audience.
“My whole world is just full of love.
I love it so much.”
9 a.d.m.; Rosie announces that she’s officially joined the Flaming lips as the new singer-in-residence.
She is performing Friday night with her new band.
The Flaring Lips will perform a song called “Lily” with Rosie at the show.
Genny says that she has had a great time, and says she doesn’t feel anything special about the surgery.
Gennett says she would have done it differently.
“In my mind, I never would have gone through this surgery, because I would never have been able to perform,” she explained.
“But Rosie has been through so much and she has a beautiful smile on her face.”
Gennary says she felt “great relief” when the operation went well.
She feels like it’s time for her to “move on.”
“The truth is, I think this is a great opportunity to be on the road and show my audience,” Gannary said.
Gannariao says that it was “really cool to see the smiles that everyone was making.
I have such high hopes and dreams for the future. “
This is just so exciting for me.
I have such high hopes and dreams for the future.
And I am so grateful that I am in a place where I can really have a career, where I have the opportunity to show people the beautiful world that I’m living in.”
Jan. 30: Rosies appearance in New York was a bit of a surprise, according the New York Post. It states