"I love it," she said in a video clip on her blog. "Frankly, having to talk to real people would be better than having to talk to celebrities. It would be good for me, but I don't know if it's right for (the show)."
If she does end up doing network television again, O'Donnell joked that she wouldn't lock herself into a long-term contract.
"I don't know what I'm going to do next, but I'll try whatever I do to stay my whole contract," she said. "I think shorter contracts are better for me. I need more downtime."
O'Donnell has been criticized for a joke she made during a concert in Washington to the mostly gay audience about her stint "The View."
"We were in Merriweather Post Pavilion in DC. I said, 'Oh it's so nice to be back with my gays. I've been with the straights for about six months. Oh, it's tough. They'll stab you in the back with a high heel.' It was funny; believe me I got a big laugh," she said.
However, O'Donnell had nothing but praise for her former "The View" co-host and fellow stand-up comedienne, Joy Behar.
"She is fantastic, and there is great chemistry between us," she said.
By Judy Faber