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Marlon Wayans will pretty much do anything on the big screen and his latest role is no exception. The 41-year-old actor, who stars in the upcoming comedy Haunted House 2, stopped by Chelsea Lately on Tuesday and dished about one memorable scene. "You have sex with a little doll in this movie," Chelsea Handler revealed. "It's not a blowup doll, just so you know. It's a really funny movie. And he has sex, but for a really uncomfortable amount of time. And it's a baby doll, like it's a cabbage patch sized doll." "It's cabbage patchy," Wayans explained. "But it's not the actual doll, the cabbage patch dolls are way too young to hump, you know. Now that »
var brightcovevideoid = '3474080096001'; This definitely isn't Chelsea Handler's good side. Tuesday night on Chelsea Lately, the acerbic host candidly shared a picture that had been snapped of her on an airplane, and it wasn't pretty. The blonde's signature long locks resembled something seen more frequently on National Geographic than Hollywood Boulevard. "I can't believe that I got up, went to the airport, and it never occurred to me that, 'Hey, you might want to check the back of your head,'" she said of the photo, snapped by a friend. (Handler blamed some out-of-control extensions for the problem. »
- Alex Heigl
Chelsea Handler may be heading to CBS.
On Monday night, the Chelsea Lately host posted a photo of herself reading what appeared to be CBS paperwork while her dog sat in her lap. "Business meeting," she tweeted with the photo. "Chunk has been acting like this since I started my tour."
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- Natalie Abrams
Chelsea Handler is not in the running for the 12:35 a.m. time slot, so says CBS. The current host of E! late-night talker Chelsea Lately posted an Instagram photo Monday of her with a packet of papers, one of which prominently featured the CBS logo, alluding to the fact that she was in the market for a new project at the broadcast network. "Business meeting," read the image caption. Photos: Stephen Colbert's Career in Pictures But CBS isn't offering much insight into Handler's cryptic post. After reports surfaced that Handler could be a successor to Craig Ferguson at the Late
- Philiana Ng
During this year’s Super Bowl telecast, Stephen Colbert held forth in a glitzy commercial, and proved himself to be quite the pistachio salesman. Soon, he’ll have a bigger nut to crack.
At some point in 2015, Colbert will inherit the desk at CBS’ “Late Show” from David Letterman — and take on the burden of helping the Eye poke its rivals in the latenight wars.
He’s getting a delayed start in the race against his primary competition on NBC and ABC, but he enters with two key advantages: a strong following among young men, and a track record of weaving successful (and funny) brand integrations into his show.
Colbert’s segue to CBS completes the youth movement in latenight sparked in early 2013 by ABC’s decision to move “Jimmy Kimmel Live” up to the big leagues of the 11:35 slot in early 2013. NBC countered by installing Jimmy Fallon on “The Tonight Show” in February. »
- Brian Steinberg
Who needs Mr. Right when Mr. Right Now is Dtf? Native New Yorker Amy Schumer stopped by E!'s Chelsea Lately Monday, where she opened up about her temporary move to L.A. and dating on the opposite coast. "In New York I feel like I'll get auditions to be a romantic lead, and here they're like, 'Oh, you're the fat neighbor getting gastric bypass,'" the stand-up comic joked. "I'm like, 'No, people have actually had sex with me, believe it or not.'" Schumer, who has her own show on Comedy Central, is currently single. "I'm wearing one ring and that's in my body right now," the Inside Amy Schumer star joked, referring to NuvaRing birth »
One common trait to new Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon and his future Late Night competitor Stephen Colbert‘s history as late night hosts — they both have made several can’t-miss musical moments, like Carly Rae Jepsen‘s “Call Me Maybe” performed with toy instruments, Stephen’s Daft Punk-free Daft Punk performance or that time Taylor Hicks performed “Friday” with both Stephen and Jimmy.
Meanwhile, Splitsider looks at four directions Comedy Central will likely pick for a Colbert Report replacement. My dream sees Comedy Central managing to lure the hilarious No, You Shut Up! away from Fusion. (Let me remind you, this is a show where Paul F. Tompkins and Muppets — Muppets! — parody Crossfire. If the clips available are a good representation, it would fill that Colbert Report-sized hole nicely.)
They know how to be fun, fun, fun fun.
Benedict Cumberbatch told fans in Australia that he has »
- Lyle Masaki
The 43-year-old actor apparently shared the pics on the show and joked that he hasn't shared these pictures with Upton.
The Danish actor said that Upton was told to take it down a notch on set, but the director was laughing so much and told her to keep going. (Ani) »
- Lohit Reddy
Not everyone makes the best first impression. And Chelsea Handler certainly didn't shy away from expressing her initial thoughts about her guest Nikolaj Coster-Waldau during Chelsea Lately. "Well, I've never met you, but I saw you on Game of Thrones when you were having sex with your sister (Lena Headey)," she quipped to the Danish actor during Thursday's show. "Made an impression?" the 43-year-old, who plays Jaime Lannister on the HBO hit series, replied with a smile. "Yeah that was a big impression!" the late night host admitted. All jokes about Coster-Waldau's incestuous onscreen relationship aside, the actor opened up about a past unique living »
Los Angeles, April 9: Actress Mindy Kaling, who plays Mindy Lahiri in her own TV series "The Mindy Project", says she is not drawing from experience when she writes about the various hookups her character has each week.
She appeared on TV show "Chelsea Lately" and said that she'd be dead if she lived the life of her character, reports huffingtonpost.com.
"I have that personality where I was such a nerd. I am such a nerd, that I can only enjoy those situations looking out inside. I'd be dead if I lived the life of my character," said Kaling.
"She drinks and dates like a party animal. She likes Lindsay Lohan's sex life, but she's a doctor. It's a TV show, that's why it works like that but it's kind of fun because. »
- Abhijeet Sen
Mindy Kaling is more reserved than her "Mindy Project" character! The actress sat down with Chelsea Handler on "Chelsea Lately" last night, where she opened up about how she differs from her on-screen self. Check out the video above to find out why Mindy prefers kissing above all else! "The problem with kissing is that when you're older than 16, you can't kiss a guy for like 2 hours," she tells Handler. "Which is what I would want to do." Adding, "At a certain point, they're like 'What is this leading to?' and I'm like, 'That's it.'"Hey, we don't blame her -- one-night stands aren't for everyone, like Chelsea. What do you think about Kaling's candid comments? Sound off below! Read more »
- tooFab Staff
How do we love Mindy Kaling? Let us count the ways. For one, she makes us giggle until we start doing that whole silent laugh thing where our eyes tear up and no sound comes out. And when she's not giving us a cramp in our sides from laughing at her antics as Dr. Lahiri on The Mindy Project, she is killing it on the red carpet. Mindy has seemingly embraced every trend, and somehow she works 'em all. Seriously. She's rocked every trendy look recently, from silk separates to head-to-toe color (with a few crop tops thrown in between). So it's no surprise that Mindy took the plunge and went for some cute and shaggy bangs. She debuted them on Chelsea Lately last night and posted her »
As Dr. Mindy Lahiri on The Mindy Project, Mindy Kaling has hooked up with her fair share of dudes. In real life, however, the sitcom creator is far less promiscuous. "You have a lot of sex on your show. Is that because you want to talk about sex a lot?" Chelsea Handler asked on Monday's Chelsea Lately. "I have that personality where I was such a nerd—I am such a nerd—that I can only enjoy those situations looking out inside. I'd be dead if I lived the life of my character," Kaling joked. "She drinks and dates like a party animal. She's like Lindsay Lohan's sex life, but she's a doctor. It's a TV show—that's why it works like that—but it's »
Ever struggled to describe the look you're going for to your hairstylist? Well, Mindy Kaling solved that problem for women everywhere. For a styling session for her appearance on Chelsea Lately, The Mindy Project star, 34, told her stylists that she wanted to look like "one of Pharrell's friends," according to her post on Instagram on April 7. Hairstylist Clariss Rubenstein ran with it and gave Kaling bangs and long, face-framing layers, while makeup artist Katey Denno defined the star's eyes and added a bright pink lip. The bestselling author then [...] »
The competition for David Letterman's job is getting tougher.
While Stephen Colbert is the reported frontrunner to take over the "Late Show" hosting gig, TheWrap is reporting that Chelsea Handler has also thrown her hat into the ring, and has been talking with CBS brass about landing her own late-night show on the network -- and possibly succeeding Letterman.
Handler, who revealed last week that she would not be renewing her contract at E! once it expires at the end of this year, was reportedly approached by CBS "to discuss the potential of hosting a syndicated show," according to TheWrap. Handler declined that offer, but continued discussions with the network about the possibility of taking over for "Late Late Show" host Craig Ferguson at 12:30 a.m.; Letterman's retirement announcement last Thursday now has Handler vying for that job instead.
The CBS gig is one of many Handler is »
- Katie Roberts
David Letterman’s decision to retire next year has predictably set off a storm of speculation about successors to his “Late Show” throne.
Stephen Colbert (pictured) has had quite a reversal of fortune in the past seven days. Last week he was forced to defend his Comedy Central series from accusations of racial insensitivity stemming from a joke involving a reference to Asian-Americans.
But in the past 48 hours Colbert has been tabbed by showbiz insiders and the media as a top contender to move to CBS’ 11:35 a.m. slot.
CBS reps have steadfastly declined comment on possible Letterman successors. A source close to the situation said the network intends to move quickly to set its post-Letterman lineup, a process that is expected to take a few weeks but not months.
Colbert’s current contract with Comedy Central runs through 2014.
Letterman, who turns 67 next week, surprised viewers on Thursday when »
- Stuart Oldham
Sure, he's irreplaceable. But someone will have to step into the 11:35 p.m. time slot on CBS when David Letterman retires next year after a record 33-year run in late night. They're big shoes to fill. But some names are already being floated as potential successors. Let's look at some of the next would-be after-hours kings and queens. • Craig Ferguson The Scotsman, 51, would be a logical candidate, as he's been hosting The Late Late Show, which airs after Letterman on CBS, since 2005. Ferguson has seemed conflicted at times about the 11:35 slot, saying in 2009: "I don't know if »
- Tim Nudd
Sometimes things—say for example, smoking a "joint"—that happen onscreen aren't necessarily what they seem. Don Cheadle stopped by Chelsea Lately on Thursday and right off the bat he was asked to clear the air about a certain episode from his hit show House of Lies. "We were doing a scene, we were supposed to be walking down the street in L.A. and we were supposed to be getting someone high so that we could mess with his head and try to steal some business from him," the 49-year-old actor told Chelsea Handler. "So, we had these fake cigarettes that the prop department had rolled and someone had a real situation," he said, without disclosing who this certain someone »
This story first appeared in the April 11 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. Chelsea Handler and E! seem increasingly unlikely to kiss and make up. Still, after Handler's manager Irving Azoff told THR on March 29 that she "intends to leave" the network when her contract is up in December, the comic was back in her studio this week hosting Chelsea Lately as if nothing had happened. Azoff, taking a break in Cabo San Lucas,says he intends to meet with E! chief Suzanne Kolb upon his return, and it appears both sides are prepared to stick it out at
- Kim Masters
Chelsea Handler is out at E!, the star of Chelsea Lately says she's quitting her gig with the network and will be looking for work when her contract expires. The 39-year-old star has hosted 'Chelsea Lately' for the past eight years, where she has an average viewership of 572,000 a night, but intends to leave the programme in nine months time and has a number of offers for work coming in from elsewhere. The host's manager Irving Azoff told The Hollywood Reporter: ''Chelsea intends to leave when her contract expires. She hired me to figure out her life after E! We have at least seven suitors and many ideas.'' Chelsea - who is believed to make around $9 million a year from the show - has previously voiced her concerns about the E! network and described it as ''a sad, sad place to live.'' Before adding: ''They don't know what they're doing. »
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