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Chelsea and her round table panelists John Caparulo, Kerri Kenney-Silver and Brad Wollack discuss Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West having a baby together, photos of Justin Bieber with a blunt in his hands, January 7th being the date that most people start affairs, and Psy having done his final US performance of "Gangnam Style".In her opening monologue, host Chelsea Handler talks about an admission by Al Roker of what he did at the White House.Read More It's no secret that talk show host Chelsea Handler has a big appreciation for rappers.She made that clear yesterday during her interview with Pusha T when she said, "I have chemistry with rappers...
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Chelsea and her round table panelists Brody Stevens, Arden Myrin and Jo Koy discuss Taylor Swift and Harry Styles breaking up, Mc Donald's considering adding chicken wings to their menu, a college football commentator's on-air comments about the quarterback's girlfriend, Charlie Sheen tweeting photographs of himself partying in Mexico with Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, and Sheen now dating a girl-on-girl porn star.
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It could be because they don't often hear a petite and pretty blonde talk about flushing a "shadoobie" down the toilet, or they aren't used to fielding such incredibly frank and, yes, hilarious questions in front of a studio audience. Handler, 34, may be one of just two women (the other is Mo'Nique) in the testosterone-heavy time slot, but she's earning a reputation as its toughest and most original interview. It's not what I do, and it's not what my audience wants."Handler and her writing staff, which includes four other women and five men — a fairly gender-neutral ratio in the notorious boys club that is comedy writing — gather around a conference table at every morning with a stack of tabloids and Web page printouts from gossip sites.
While the fellas of late night are busy giggling at their own jokes and getting into trouble with their "assistants," Handler delivers shockingly astute, tweezer-sharp commentary on the dubious culture of celebrity (on E! As a result, she's racking up a steadily growing audience in the coveted 18-to-34 female demographic."I'm into politics, and I love watching the heavier news magazine shows," Handler says. In a matter of minutes, the room turns into a raucous shoutfest of jokes, each a little grittier than the last.