Chelsea Handler: One Hot Comic

Chelsea Handler is one of the hottest comics out there. With her popular late night television show and best-selling books she has jettisoned herself into our lives and into our minds.

Handler has a dry, witty and sarcastic sense of humor and is not afraid to tell her audience of her own personal embarrassments. She has no problem telling it like it is and often says what many of us are already thinking. She is straight-forward and crude; a combination of attributes that leaves listeners and readers alike laughing out loud despite themselves.

On her hit television show, Chelsea Lately, Handler calls out celebrities and their ridiculous actions or behaviors. She reports mainly on celebrity news as stated in major magazines or other reports but will also touch on funny, non-celebrity related incidents. On hand are three revolving comedians who, along with Handler, quip and make jokes about the subjects covered. As long as it’s not too serious, no topic is off limits.

On her television show Handler also interviews A-list and D-list celebrities. Some of her A-list interviews include stars like Jennifer Anniston and Gwyneth Paltrow. But no matter who she has sitting across from her you can guarantee whatever they discuss will include humor and a lot of laughter.

Handler has dated her share of famous men but never confirms or denies the unions on her show. Instead she chooses to allude to her relationships through clever jokes or parodies. Handler is adamant she won’t be marrying anytime soon and boldly states there will be no children in her future.

At one point in her past shows Handler used to mock people and their undying, unnatural love for their dogs. She found the whole idea absurd. It wasn’t until she rescued her current dog, Chunk, that she cut out such remarks about dog lovers and began admitting to her own lavish shows of affection.

A woman of many words, Handler is a treat and a breath of fresh air. Charisma, humor and likeability are the factors that will ensure she remains on air, in books and in our lives.

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