Rosie Comes To Tiger's Defense

Rosie O'Donnell comes to the defense of Tiger Woods, admitting she feels sorry for him. Meanwhile, a Twitter feud erupts between Kirstie Alley and Joy Behar over the golfer's scandal. INSIDE EDITION has the details.

Rosie O'Donnell, of all people, is coming to the defense of embattled Tiger Woods.

"I feel sorry for him. I'm probably one of the only women I know who do," said O'Donnell. Appearing on Good Morning America , she made a plea for understanding for the wayward legend.

"Everybody has demons and it's a difficult thing to be the most famous guy in the world and the most famous golfer," continued O'Donnell. She even compared Tiger to Michael Jackson.

"Here's the thing. He was a child prodigy. I equate him in some ways to Michael Jackson. He was pushed out on the scene."

And a Twitter feud is erupting between Kirstie Alley and The View's Joy Behar over her coverage of the scandal on her Headline News show.

Behar said on her show, "Do you believe men can be monogamous or that they have to spread their seed around like a John Deere tractor?"

Kirstie tweeted, "Why has Joy Behar turned into such a self-righteous (expletive deleted) head? Cheating is between a husband and wife, not Joy Bewhore."

Joy Behar tweeted back, "Kirstie Alley calls me Joy Bewhore. Compliments! Compliments!"

But Kirstie wasn't finished. She tweeted, "I want to bash her in the (expletive deleted) with her microphone."

And we're learning more about Tiger's stay in this Mississippi rehab clinic where he's reportedly being treated for sex addiction. His wife Elin has just returned from visiting him there, and reportedly stayed at this sprawling 400 acre estate in Hattiesburg, owned by Minnesota Vikings quarterback Bret Farve.