The outspoken comedian, who was a Hillary Clinton supporter, insisted she would never have Donald Trump or his wife on her Netflix show . Handler made her views about the President clear, saying he was “the grossest” and she would tell him to “f*ck off” if he was in the room. ” Of course Handler is a comedian so she might be joking.When asked about whether she would have the First Lady on her show in a video interview with she said: “Melania? For the record, Ms Trump is multilingual and can speak English, Slovenian, French, Italian, and German.“Trump said Melania will give two or three more speeches…Hopefully an interpreter will be present,” she quipped in October. I bet you that is what he looks like naked with a little grape in between his legs.” Handler said racism was the single issue which most concerned her under a Trump administration and planned parenthood was one of the issues which most worried her as a woman.The results were uneven: front-loaded with some funny material that progressively lost steam over a series of interviews. When I heard your Netflix show was ending, I finally understood the ‘good’ in goodbye.” Then the hostess delivered some characteristically piquant opening remarks that served to encapsulate her attitude governing the new show. “Friends, comedians and scientists,” but also “politicians, entrepreneurs, random children, old people and my black driver Billy.” And she re-emphasized a willingness to embrace her own ignorance in pursuit of enlightenment. And I want to make a lot of other people uncomfortable.Things kicked off with Chris Martin, the lead singer for Coldplay, mistakenly eulogizing Chelsea by way of introduction. “I think people are afraid of asking too many questions because they are afraid of appearing stupid,” said Handler. Knowing you are stupid is the first step to becoming smart. And if you’re not comfortable with being uncomfortable, it’s OK because I’m gonna do it for f—-ing everybody!
“That’s not interesting.” With Handler’s new series Chelsea, which began streaming on Netflix early Wednesday, May 11, the acerbic comedian’s stated aim was to galvanize, if not outright disrupt the genre. No set formula (except for a live studio audience).
In recent days, Chelsea Handler has not only pronounced the late-night talk show format deeply boring: “Monologue, first guest, band, da, da, da.” The longtime former host of E!
’s Chelsea Lately decried post-primetime television as a kind of marketplace saturated with indistinguishable product.
Chelsea Handler called for a military coup on Twitter on Friday.
The Netflix host, who has been outspoken in her dislike for President Trump, suggested he be removed by the military.
And a whole lot of the funny woman appearing out of her depth, learning about herself, her guests and current events shaping the world in something close to real time.