As she heads back out on her first standup comedy tour in years, Rosie O'Donnell is trying to reassure potential ticket buyers.
"I'll still say things that'll piss people off, don't you worry about that! I think any comedian goes towards the things that anger them and they're able to twist into a way that gives you the comedy but the point still hits home.
O'Donnell is headed to Australia early next year for several shows, and she's giving her fans Down Under a heads up that she'll be going after the country's new prime minister.
''Yeah, you got that new guy - he doesn't seem too promising,'' the former The View host says of Tony Abbott. ''Sounds like Sarah Palin got elected down there! We've come such a long way here in the U.S..
"My wife is nine years younger than me and often when we're out in public she'll just grab my hand and you know, often I kind of look around to see if it's OK or if it's safe. I don't have that any more, that anxiety. I feel like the government has finally said 'you are an equal citizen and you are allowed to love who you love'. "