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In addition to pursuing her television career, Handler continued to perform as a stand-up comedian.
Chelsea Handler sat down with Howard Tuesday morning to discuss her upcoming Netflix docu-series "Chelsea Does." The wide-ranging interview also touched upon the comedian's sex life, smoking weed with Willie Nelson, and recent comments made against her by comedian Heather Mc Donald.
“Chelsea’s” season 2 premiere will feature funny couple Melissa Mc Carthy and Ben Falcone with the cast of their new TV Land series “Nobodies,” CNN’s Van Jones, Christiane Amanpour and “Veep” actor Matt Walsh.
The trailer also teases segments of Handler visiting underprivileged youth in Los Angeles and Native Americans in Montana, as well trips to Europe and India.
Handler — a fierce critic of President Trump who didn’t hold back from bashing POTUS on her program leading up to and following the election — promised to Entertainment Weekly that season 2 will be similarly political.
It cooled down a bit during his 10-year marriage to Stephanie March, although there were always lingering rumors that Flay never could keep it in his pants during that marriage (his third).
The newly divorced chef and the outspoken comedian were spotted having a cozy dinner for two at Blue Plate Oysterette in Santa Monica, Calif., on Wednesday night. Although our spy didn’t observe any funny business, the pair sat at a back corner table and did look “flirty.” They pulled up to the restaurant in the same car.
During an interview which taped last Wednesday, Handler said she would be going on a first date with someone famous that night. You’d know him.” In July, Flay, 51, finalized his contentious divorce from actress Stephanie March — a blond, blue-eyed beauty like Handler — after a decade of marriage.
Handler grew up in New Jersey, the youngest of six siblings.
As a teen, she competed in the Miss New Jersey pageant, but she did not pursue work in performing until she was 19, when she headed to Los Angeles in hopes of starting an acting career.
It was unique among late-night programs in that it specifically courted low-grade celebrities as its guests while also attracting A-list names.