Rosie O'Donnell says she's sorry for mocking spoken Chinese on "The said O' Donnell's remarks "really didn't sound like an apology to me.".
Members of the Asian-American community are expressing offense over remarks made by Rosie O'Donnell last week on The View.
One-time “Queen of Nice” Rosie O’Donnell is out to regain her crown. On The View on Thursday, O’Donnell addressed her now-infamous attempt at humor by speaking in mock Chinese, and made a formal, on-camera apology. “So apparently ‘ching-chong,’ unbeknownst to me, is a very.
Ching chong and ching chang chong are pejorative terms sometimes employed by speakers of The term "ching chong" is based on how Chinese supposedly sounds to English speakers who do not speak it. On December 5, comedian and co-host Rosie O'Donnell of The View used a series of ching chongs to.
Rosie O'Donnell apologizing for using the phrase ching-chong while speaking in mock Chinese on The View last week, saying she's Walters, scolding the TV vet for allowing the "derogatory remarks" to be allowed on air.