Roseanne Barr has officially been offered a role in an adult film following the cancellation of her very popular sitcom. ABC was swift to cancel Roseanne in the wake of racist comments made by Barr on her Twitter account about former Barack Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett. Barr tweeted and quickly deleted, "muslim brotherhood & planet of the apes had a baby=vj," but the damage was done. Now, an adult entertainment company has offered her a new career path.

XBlaze, a recently launched adult entertainment site, a "weed-infused adult film studio," has extended an offer to Roseanne Barr to star in a movie as part of their BBW (big beautiful woman) line. They're willing to pony up $150,000 if she takes the job. XBlaze CEO Jeff Dillon had this to say in a letter penned to Barr about the job offer.

"Part of what makes you unique as an actress, entrepreneur and media personality is your attitude, specific beliefs and openness in saying exactly what you think and feel. Sometimes that can get you into trouble, especially in this politically correct world we now live in. While this is not your usual brand of mainstream entertainment, we are certain that someone like you, a superstar who still VERY influential in today's pop culture, can pull off the performance of a lifetime as an adult entertainer in an industry that allows its stars to be themselves."

While it's unlikely that she will take the company up on the offer, there aren't many other offers coming her way at the moment. Roseanne was a killer in the ratings department for ABC, but her behavior and very outspoken political views were becoming a problem and her racist comments were the last straw. The network, which is owned by Disney, was quick to cut ties with Barr, even though they're sacrificing millions in ad revenue and now have a massive hole to fill in their programming schedule next season. Jeff Dillon had this to say about Barr in a press release.

"Roseanne Barr is an icon who has been part of the American pop culture landscape for over 30 years, and we want to celebrate her brilliance and unique talents with a showcase scene for XXXLBlaze. She would be quite welcome in the adult industry, a place that understands and embraces outspoken, flamboyant and different kinds of people who speak their minds."

The 65-year-old actress has yet to respond to the offer. ABC has been scrambling to figure out what to do in the wake of Roseanne's cancellation. All of the other cast members and those who worked on the show are going to be out of the job unless the network can figure something out. As we recently reported, they are considering a spin-off centered on Sara Gilbert's Darlene, but there are complications when it comes to something like that since Barr created the show and the characters. But who knows? She may have a career in the adult film industry to worry about instead. This news comes to us courtesy of The Wrap.