Today, Roseanne is 58 years old and a grandmother of five, but she's still at it—ruffling feathers and as uncensored as ever. She now lives on a nut farm—macadamia nut farm, that is—that sits on 50 acres of land in Hawaii. "I'm a farmer now, and it's fantastic," she says. "My goal is to be totally self-sufficient and grow everything that I eat. There's something about earning your dinner that's cool."
Tour Roseanne's Hawaiian nut farm.
Along with 5,000 macadamia nut trees, Roseanne's farm also has bee hives, goats and a lone black sheep she named Roseanne. Roseanne shares her nuts and honey with her life-partner Johnny, and spends her days farming and writing. "I got the fame and the fortune that I always wanted," she says. "But I have to say what I have now, it's even better."
Published on February 14, 2011