"It was just so juvenile, I was at work."And that, she said, was that."I hung up and I've never spoken to him again."But that's not to say there are any hard feelings…at least, not on her part."I do think he's a really nice guy and I think he's smart in a certain way."Considering the source, that's high praise indeed.
There’s no debut date yet for Chelsea Handler’s Netflix talk show, but if her new four-part docu-series on the streaming service is an indication, the host is wonderfully holding little back.
For years, Chelsea Handler dreaded getting feedback on her nightly talk show from network executives at E! Now that I don’t get it, it’s like ‘Where’s my boyfriend,’ ” Handler joked during the wide-ranging interview with During the session, Handler weighed in on everything from Donald Trump (“What are we going to do when he’s gone?
But after she launched her “Chelsea” series on Netflix, she found herself begging chief content officer Ted Sarandos for reaction and thoughts about her approach to the series that she designed to “break the mold” of traditional TV talk shows. ”) to sexism in the industry (“Women deal with a bunch of bulls–t that they shouldn’t have to deal with”) to the Roger Ailes sexual harassment scandal to her evolution as a woman and TV personality.
"We dated for a couple months and then we had a falling out," Chelsea explained.
"One of his ex-girlfriends was coming onto my show."According to Handler, Fiddy wanted to give her a heads up that his ex still had feelings for him, but Chelsea had other things on her mind—namely, her job."I was like, at my job," she said.
So when she dropped by the Howard Stern show this morning and the conversation rolled around to her ill-fated relationship with 50 Cent, she wasted no time in getting right to the heart of what caused this already unlikely couple to go their separate ways.
It’s the most watched original program on the network, and is currently nominated for an Emmy.His first hour-long standup special will be premiering on Showtime on June 3 at 10pm.“Ben Gleib – Neurotic Gangster.” Esquire named him one of “Six comedians who could be comedy’s next big thing.” Gleib is currently a regular on “The Today Show” with Kathie Lee and Hoda, on their “Guys Tell All” segment.It’s a little bit more adult,” Handler told the crowd at the Four Seasons Los Angeles.“I definitely feel smarter and more accomplished and better about myself. I feel like there’s a strong message in being a single girl that’s chosen not to have a family, chosen not to be married and has chosen my career and am fulfilled by it.