Roseanne Barr blew off radio interview with Joe Rogan to record 'rambling emotional' meltdown with her 'spiritual' adviser: report
Former TV star Roseanne Barr (Shutterstock) and podcaster Joe Rogan (YouTube)

Roseanne Barr called into a May 31 podcast with New Jersey-based Rabbi Shmuley Boteach just two days after ABC cancelled her sitcom, The Hollywood Reporter revealed on Saturday.

Barr reportedly cried during the interview, which would have been her first since getting fired after she canceled a scheduled appearance on comedian Joe Rogan's podcast.

“She was sobbing and very apologetic about the whole thing,” a source told The Hollywood Reporter.

Rabbi Shmuley, whose website refers to him as "America's Rabbi," is the author of 31 books, including such titles as Kosher Sex: A Recipe for Passion and Intimacy (1999) and The Kosher Sutra (2009).

He has been a long-time spiritual advisor to the Jewish comedian -- the two have reportedly known each other for decades.

Like Barr, Rabbi Smuley has been a public supporter of President Donald Trump. He ran for Congress as a Republican in 2012, but lost after only receiving 25.4% of the vote in his general election competition against Rep. Bill Pascrell (D-NJ).

Rabbi Shmuley declined to comment to The Hollywood Reporter and would not say if he would ever post the interview.