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You picture Chelsea Handler in her free time enjoying vodka on the rocks, maybe, but never fussing with photo tabs and mounting tape. Biebs even pulled the curtain back to complain that she was asking questions about his dating life that had not been vetted beforehand (as is customary in late night).
Yet here are the supplies, and scattered around are photos: a black-and-white one of Handler at dinner with BFFs Sandra Bullock and Mary Mc Cormack, another of a younger Chelsea holding a cigarette and standing leapfrog-style over a friend. This impression Handler gives of going off-script, or of never having one to begin with, is what draws fans to her. The overlap in that Venn diagram seems to be exactly where Handler wants her comedy to be.
Handler grew up the daughter of a Jewish father and a Mormon mother.
The youngest of six, she was forever angling for attention.
Aziz Ansari grapples with taking his immigrant parents for granted in his Netflix series Master of None. occasionally makes being a middle-aged white guy feel profound.
Schumer imbues nearly all of her show’s sketches with straightforward feminism. So it’s probably no coincidence that after eight years of working on her E!
late-night show, Handler was ready to tackle her most ambitious, socially aware project to date, even if she can’t refrain from delivering a few what did she just say? “I think it’s just responsible, as an entertainer,” says Handler.
And in response to Kim Kardashian's recent suggestion, via Twitter, that he should date her younger sister Kendall Jenner, he said, "Well, I mean she actually said, or Kim said, 'I think Justin Bieber should date my sister,' and I was like, 'I think I should date you.' " "That's a lot of woman for you to handle," Handler joked to the 16-year-old. Bieber — who displayed his comedy chops on Thursday when he staged an April Fools' Day takeover of Funny or Die — said he's looking forward to his guest stint on "Saturday Night Live" next week.
” It’s a format that anchors each documentary: Handler sits down with friends and colleagues for frank, topical conversations, Dinner for Five–style, which then launch into more personal explorations, some of which touch on sex, her childhood, and her many, many opinions — like that marriage is stupid, or that she believes being equal-opportunity in her humor by hating on everyone insulates her from accusations of racism.
Family members make several appearances, mostly so that Handler can grill her dad, a former used-car salesman, about her upbringing, his various prejudices, and his sexual proclivities.
— as well as doing book signings and weekly stand-up tours — it was fairly easy to be only peripherally aware of her.
By the end of its run, Chelsea Lately was capping out at about half a million viewers per night, which is a fraction of what the Jimmys do.
It’s one of the milder scenes in “Chelsea Does Drugs” — later in that installment, Handler learns her friends were once so concerned about her recreational drug use that they considered an intervention, a scene she swears was not rehearsed for the cameras. No,’” she says, and her gravelly laughter echoes across the backyard.