Candace Owens is Getting 'In Trouble With the Left' on New Live Show Featuring Guests Like Roseanne Barr

After riling up the opposition with her Twitter hot takes and political commentary on Fox Nation, Candace Owens is getting a show of her own. The outspoken conservative announced her newest project, The Candace Owens Show, in collaboration with PragerU, on Twitter on Wednesday.

The show, in which Owens will discuss a variety of timely topics with a featured guest, is formatted as a filmed podcast.

"BIG ANNOUNCEMENT!! I'm rolling out the Candace Owens Show with @prageru and it's going to be EXPLOSIVE!!" Owens wrote. "Thank you to @jonvoight, @therealroseanne and countless others who have kept this secret project under wraps."

The 29-year-old Republican added: "Watch me get in trouble with the Left, every Sunday."

One of the first guests on Owens's new show is comedian Roseanne Barr, who is equally known for her controversial takes on the political climate and overt support of President Donald Trump. Black Lives Matter NYC activist Hank Newsome and conservative political commentator Paris Dennard are expected to appear on the show along with former police officer and fellow avid Trump supporter, Brandon Tatum.

A Connecticut native, Owens rose from a YouTube personality, known for highlighting and supporting conservative agendas as an effort to encourage young black voters interest in the Republican Party, as well as her condemnation of activist groups like Black Lives Matter, on her channel, Red Black Pill.

As a communications director for one of the country's biggest and controversial nonprofits, Turning Points USA, Owens's radical and feisty commentary resulted in her bursting popularity with the right, particularly one instance during a University of California rally in April 2018, in which she lambasted "privileged Americans" for their constant "shouting about slavery."

The moment went viral and caught the attention of rapper Kanye West, who wrote on Twitter, "I love the way Candace Owens thinks."

It also resulted in a shout out from the president, who called into Fox & Friends deeming Owens as "the hottest thing out there right now."

Owens also spent an afternoon in the Oval Office with Trump and fellow conservative activist, Charlie Kirk, in May 2018. The trio reportedly spoke about "black America, Kanye West and the intersection of culture and politics," Axios reported.

Owens's new podcast series debuts on PragerU on Sunday.