The two sitcom legends found common ground in a delightfully weird video.
She also joked that her political stance would kill her career.
Somers has since issued an apology for her comments.
“I want to be working in Vegas when I’m 80 — no kidding!”
I know some people feel swagger implies arrogance, but I like to think of it as radical self-love. Swagger can sometimes influence narcissism, but most often narcissists don't have swagger so much as a bull's-eye on their forehead where everyone wants to hit them with a cherry pie.
Suzanne Somers feels completely at home in her new Las Vegas nightclub act. While on stage Somers, 68, has an intimate conversation with her audience and ponders the question: How do we get to the places we are at in our lives?
Although Suzanne Somers is known for her roles on "Three's Company" and "Step By Step," the actress has made quite a name
Watch the full HuffPost Live interview with Suzanne Somers here. Somers, who was famously fired from "Three's Company" when