Skip navigation! Chelsea Handler is going where few celebrities have gone before: the truth. On each page of her new memoir, Life Will Be the Death of Me , the comedian, actress, Netflix star , writer, and overall multi-hyphenate host tracks the journey of personal growth she was prompted to launch after the election of Donald Trump. Inevitably, that journey also leads inward. In addition to touching on the quirks of the celebrity lifestyle, privilege and political activism, Handler opens up about the loss of her brother, Chet , and her family life. Naturally, since she's going all-in on the candid front, she also dishes about love.
Fill out the form below, or call us at The tape, which was made nearly a decade ago after Chelsea moved to Los Angeles starts out with Chelsea turning on the camera in what appears to be her apartment. During the first part of the tape, Chelsea is fully clothed in her work uniform. She begins by introducing herself by name before going into a stand-up routine before suddenly cutting to Chelsea and her male partner engaging in an explicit sex act. Chelsea, who is on all fours on a bed is naked and at several times during the filming she looks directly at the camera.
C helsea Handler has lost control, and not in the vodka-fueled manner one might expect from the former late-night queen. So she teamed up with producer Morgan Neville Twenty Feet From Stardom and director Eddie Schmidt with the idea to make four documentaries, each on a different, broad subject: marriage, racism, Silicon Valley, and drugs. Was that weird? My father likes to talk about his sex life.
One thing that gets Chelsea Handler fired up: politics. Spare us the rest of your presidency. I think if there were a way to erase a presidency, I would.