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Even though she’s recently gotten involved with a new girlfriend, Rosie O’Donnell confesses that her dream is to have a romance with Coach Sue Sylvester, Jane Lynch’s character on Glee!

Following an HBO press conference to promote her new special, A Family is a Family is a Family, Rosie said she would do a guest appearance on Glee “in a heartbeat” because she already had so much fun working with producer Ryan Murphy on his other show, Nip/Tuck. And it sounds like Rosie has already given some thought to a possible guest role.

“I would like to have a competitive cheerleading team against Jane Lynch,” Rosie said of Jane’s hilarious character. “And maybe she and I fall in love and have a torrid affair, I don’t know. I would sing anything they asked.”

Meanwhile, in real life, Rosie is happy with her new gal-pal, Tracy Kachtick-Anders, who recently taught the actress/comedian that it’s not easy being green.

“Tracy, who’s the woman that I’m seeing now, is quite green,” Rosie said about her eco-friendly girlfriend. “She’s giving me big input. She said you’ve got to get rid of these plastic water bottles; you’ve got to get an aluminum bottle and refill it… She puts the compost in a worm thing in her kitchen — live worms in her kitchen! I’ve never seen it in my life. I was like, ‘you mean, there are worms in there?’ [Tracy said] ‘yes.’ So we’re getting greener as we go.”

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