Internet divided as Gypsy Rose Blanchard says she is 'proud' of herself as she appears on 'GMA'

Internet divided as Gypsy Rose Blanchard says she is 'proud' of herself as she discusses her docuseries on 'GMA'
Gypsy Rose Blanchard says her time in prison taught her valuable lessons (Gypsy Rose Blanchard/Instagram)

LOUISIANA, UNITED STATES: Since her release from prison after a 7-year sentence, Gypsy Rose Blanchard has been generating continuous online buzz.

The news of Gypsy's exclusive interview on 'Good Morning America' to discuss her docuseries 'The Prison Confessions of Gypsy Rose Blanchard' has captured the attention of both fans and trolls alike.

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Gypsy sparked debate on social media when she opened up to People magazine about her mental state while planning the murder of her late mother, Clauddine Blanchard.

In another surprising revelation, Gypsy recently disclosed that she had been molested as a child by her grandfather, Claude Pitre, a revelation that surfaces in the upcoming docuseries.

Gypsy Rose Blanchard (Yotube/@Lifetime)
Gypsy Rose Blanchard says she is proud of the woman she has become (Yotube/@Lifetime)

Gypsy Rose Blanchard reveals she has evolved after her time in prison

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According to TMZ, Gypsy recently made her debut on ABC News' 'Good Morning America' for her inaugural TV interview, where she delved into her life post-prison.


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During the interview, Gypsy claimed that she has undergone a significant transformation since the beginning of her prison sentence, evolving into the woman she had always aspired to be.

In an exclusive clip obtained by TMZ, Gypsy opened up to ABC anchor Deborah Roberts expressing that her time in prison imparted valuable life lessons, and she takes immense pride in the woman it has helped her become.

Gypsy Rose Blanchard (Law&Crime Network/YouTube)
Gypsy Rose Blanchard talks about her docuseries in interview with 'Good Morning America' (Law&Crime Network/YouTube)

As highlighted by @PopCrave, Gypsy also provided insights into her upcoming docuseries, 'The Prison Confessions of Gypsy Rose Blanchard,' during this exclusive interview.


Gypsy shared details about the documentary with her fans through a recent TikTok video.

Internet divided over Gypsy Rose Blanchard's 'GMA' interview 

A user wrote, "oh 2024 is her year. booked and busy!!"


A user called Gypsy a celebrity and wrote, "Icon rose in her celebrity era"


A user stated they don't care about Gypsy appearing on 'Good Morning America' and wrote, "we don’t give a damn"


Another user commented, "She looks horrid"


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