Chelsea Handler is one hell of a woman, who can make you laugh all day and is never sort of funny talks.
She can be the girl who can make people burst into tears out of laughter anytime, and at any place. That side of veteran comedienne has been quite of the thing that is transparent to people, and while talking about her dating affairs, she has been open about some of her boyfriends from the past but is not always that comfortable to share much.
Handler confirmed the breakup on "Chelsea Lately" in 2013.
When the director of my documentary on marriage asked me which of my ex-boyfriends I would like to interview on camera, I told him, "We're going to have to hire an actor." I'm not friends with any of my exes, and I've never understood the appeal.
Books, magazines, and other women have been giving out dating advice to women for what seems like forever.
As our societies change and evolve, revisiting some of that advice shows just how outdated and cringe-worthy it is today.
Chelsea Handle has a history with a couple of high-profile personalities from the industry, and that includes her two months of a fling with rapper 50 Cent and her longtime boyfriend, NBC broadcasting chairman, Ted Harbert.
Caption: Chelsea’s high profile dating affair with Ted Harbert and 50 Cent.
He thought I was too young and needy, while I thought he lacked passion and didn't understand why he didn't want me to sleep over every night.He shared about why things didn’t work out between him and Vivica, if he has congratulated Ciara on her pregnancy and engagement, and what the deal is now with Chelsea Handler.“Chelsea’s cool. Yeah, yeah [we’re still friends], and me and Ciara are still friends. You know how a woman says she needs closure, she need to have that conversation or whatever it is? It’s not that I don’t appreciate the time we spent during that period. That might spin me right back into the actual relationship.”“You know what happens? Our lives would be moving us in different directions at the same time. In fact, the only ex I ever considered myself to be on speaking terms with is the one person with whom I'd gone the longest without speaking: Peter. He was a tall, handsome British guy who would come into the Los Angeles restaurant where I waited tables and flirt with me.His recollection, I soon found out, was that I forced myself on him and wouldn't give up until he agreed to be my boyfriend.You usually find out about my relationships after they’re finished.”“That was an accident. So it’s enough space for us to actually still be into each other.