Chelsea Handler with special guest Chris Franjola to perform live at The Concert Club at Scottrade Center November 6.
Belvedere Vodka Presents Chelsea Chelsea Bang Bang launched Handler’s nationwide comedy tour on March 10th, 2010 in Chicago to coincide with the release of her third book, CHELSEA CHELSEA BANG BANG, which premiered at #1 on the New York Times’ Bestsellers’ List on March 28th for 7 weeks and still counting. Handler has since performed to sell out audiences in cities including across the country and will headline a total of over 50 performances including the recently added shows.
As one of the nation’s most outrageous and successful female stand-ups, Chelsea has performed to sold-out audiences at venues and festivals across the country with a devout fan base that continues to grow exponentially. Her comedy mixes fearless honesty, ironic riffs and self-deprecations with an abundance of always fresh material. She is best known for her own E! Entertainment show, “Chelsea Lately,” which is consistently the highest-rated program on E!, providing Chelsea with the perfect showcase for what she does best: comment on pop culture and entertainment news while interacting with the public. She is also a three-time published author with her latest release, CHELSEA CHELSEA BANG BANG (Grand Central Publishing Hardcover; $25.99). In the new opus, Chelsea mines her family, her sex life, her career, and her distinctively outrageous worldview to bring readers an outrageous no-holds-barred account of life on the ridiculous side. While on tour, Chelsea continues to conduct book signings for fans at local bookstores in each city.
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