https://www.instagram.com/p/BzB8ovCn-o6/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link” />
More recently, Clay and Barr performed together in March at the Laugh Factory in Las Vegas. The performance was her first since being fired by ABC.
Roseanne Barr and Andrew Dice Clay announced a new comedy tour Sunday called "Mr. And Mrs. America."
This is America!" I've known her since we were kids," Clay told Fox News. "She's a comic because she's wacky. "When people ask about what she said, I say, 'She's a comic!' We gotta stop policing comedians.
Tickets for the show are set to go on sale next week.
Previously, ABC canceled Barr's eponymous revival show after she referred to former Obama aide Valerie Jarrett as looking like the offspring of the “Muslim Brotherhood & Planet of the Apes.”
In preparation for the show, Clay told Fox News that the pair was inspired by the current national obsession with political discourse in addition to the alleged policing of comedians' language.
He was banned for life by MTV for his scandalous comedy and has been the subject of several protests. Clay is also no stranger to controversy.

After a Spandex-filled summer, "Venom" is the first superhero film to hit multiplexes since "Ant-Man and the Wasp." Sony is hoping fans are hungry for a comic book movie to justify "Venom's" $100 million budget.
One stars a shocking otherworldly being. The other is "Venom." October should start strong as two releases targeting vastly different audiences will open at the box office.
Sony, the studio behind "Venom," is tempering expectations, predicting $55-$60 million. That distinction currently belongs to Alfonso Cuaron's"Gravity," which launched with $55.8 million in 2013. Even if "Venom" hits the lower part of that range, it will rank as the biggest October opening, not adjusted for inflation.
Cooper's buzzy directorial debut could climb even higher if its rapturous response at this year's Venice and Toronto Film Festivals is any indication. Warner Bros. is also being conservative with "A Star Is Born," predicting a release of around $25 million. It's the third remake of the original 1937 film, which was adapted into a 1954 musical and a 1976 film with Barbra Streisand.” /> Cooper plays an alcoholic country rocker who discovers and falls in love with an up-and-coming artist (Gaga). The cast also includes Dave Chappelle, Sam Elliott, and Andrew Dice Clay.
Hardy stars as the eponymous antihero, also known as Eddie Brock, a journalist bound to an alien symbiote that gives him powers. The studio is touting "Venom" as darker-than-your-average Marvel movie. Michelle Williams, Riz Ahmed, and Jenny Slate round out the cast. Ruben Fleischer directed "Venom," the superhero film intended to launch Sony's Marvel Universe. It's separate from Disney's Marvel Cinematic Universe, and Sony is emphasizing that Venom isn't hanging around with the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man.
Early estimates show Tom Hardy's "Venom" is heading for a lofty $60 million to $65 million debut, while "A Star Is Born," the musical drama starring Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga, is eyeing $28 million to $30 million.