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3.7

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Chelsea Handler was disappointing

State Theatre - Minneapolis

I am a huge fan of Chelsea Handler and was so excited to attend her show. However, she just did not seem to be engaged with the audience.

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Was super short

State Theatre - Minneapolis

I was expecting more for what we paid for the tickets.

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State Theatre - Minneapolis

Chelsea was amazing! It was super cool to see her in a different light than just comedy! Her passion was inspiring!

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State Theatre - Minneapolis

Refreshing! Chelsea was real with the audience! Thank you Twin Cities Pride for sponsoring!

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Not funny.

State Theatre - Minneapolis

It wasn’t funny, it was everything we already know about the current state of affairs. Truth is, if you’re buying tickets to Chelsea Handler, you already know that you need to vote. I laughed twice in and hour. I love her shows, her standup, but this was not that. I wish I would have read reviews before buying tickets.

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A Good Idea, Yet...

Fox Cities PAC - Appleton

I consider myself progressive, but I felt that the conversation was one-sided. I really like Chelsea Handler and I like what she's doing. It's a good idea, but I don't think enough was heard from the politically "right" side of the spectrum. If the goal was to get together and talk like rational people, then both sides must be allowed to speak. I don't feel like her guest was allowed enough time to complete his thoughts and points before he was interrupted. The same would be said for the Q&A section at the end. Again, I'm "left of center," but I WANTED to hear from the GOP and Trump supporters who identified themselves. I wanted to hear from them. Chelsea said she did too, and I believe that, but no effort was made to really seek them out. Venue was great; employees and security were lovely.

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I’d go again

Fox Cities PAC - Appleton

Loved Chelsea helped me become more informed and would love to see her again

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Dissapointed

Fox Cities PAC - Appleton

Not what I was expecting, the amount of police presence was interesting, waiting for riot to break out. Screen the audience before they waste time asking ridiculous questions.

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Great and Informative

Fox Cities PAC - Appleton

The show was great and informative. I learned things I didn't know and understood some other things. It was great to hear both sides have a say in what they believe should happen and not happen and what needs to change. Chelsea is getting really knowledgable in politics and now so am I!

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Thought provoking with a flair of humor!

Fox Cities PAC - Appleton

I really enjoyed Chelsea's show. It is definitely a new adventure in social activism mixed with a bit of humor. She has guests that are on the other end of the political spectrum and they have a politically engaging conversation. The show is run in a town hall-style and is very intimate with a question and answer at the end. I loved that she is trying to engage the audience to get involved and educated.

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Chelsea Handler on Tour

Regarded as one of the most successful figures in entertainment today, Chelsea Handler and her talk shows, best-selling books, and stand-up comedy have attracted millions of fans worldwide.

After a successful seven-year run as the host of E!'s top-rated "Chelsea Lately," Handler launched an all-new talk show for Netflix in May 2016. "Chelsea" was the first of its kind for the global on-demand generation and tackled today's tough issues with the same acerbic wit and fearless curiosity fans know and love. Handler traveled around the world – braving an ice-skating rink in Russia and wielding a Trump-shaped piñata through the streets of Mexico and back again to Los Angeles, where she taped in front of a live in-studio audience featuring celebrities, dignitaries, and surprise guests. From intimate dinner parties to viral PSAs to "explainer segments" that answered all the questions you're too embarrassed to ask, she brought you thought-provoking, yet hilarious conversations about topics like international cultures, alternative lifestyles, education, health, sports, parenting, politics, and more. The show's 120 episodes continue to be available for streaming globally on the platform.

Handler can also be seen in Netflix's documentary series "Chelsea Does," which was directed by Academy Award and Emmy-nominated Eddie Schmidt and executive produced by Handler, Schmidt and Academy Award and Emmy-winning Morgan Neville (20 Feet From Stardom). In each of the four revealing, relevant, funny and introspective films, she explores a range of subjects of personal and universal curiosity, from marriage to drugs, to racism and Silicon Valley. Handler continues her partnership with Netflix and is currently in production on a feature length documentary focusing on the notion of white privilege to be released in 2019

In 2018, Handler left her Netflix show to focus on her work as an activist by joining forces with EMILY's List to help elect more women to public office, register people to vote and campaign for candidates who are fighting for women's rights. In addition, she has partnered with the Karam Foundation, a non-profit organization whose mission is to build a better future for Syria by developing innovative education programs for refugee youth, distributing smart aid to families and funding sustainable development projects initiated by Syrians for Syrians. In 2018, Handler traveled throughout the U.S., hosting town hall-like events. These discussions centered around social activism in the hopes of galvanizing citizens to use their voices.

Handler's five best-selling books include My Horizontal Life (2005), Are You There, Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea (2008), Chelsea Chelsea Bang Bang (2010), Lies That Chelsea Handler Told Me (2011), and 2014's Uganda Be Kidding Me, which was her fourth nonfiction title to debut at No. 1 on The New York Times Best-Seller List. In support of the book's release, Handler embarked on a sold-out global tour, and in October 2014, a stand-up comedy performance based on the tour, Uganda Be Kidding Me Live, premiered exclusively on Netflix. On April 9, 2019, Handler will release her much anticipated sixth book, Life Will Be the Death of Me with Random House, a division of Penguin Random House LLC.

Handler has been honored by TIME magazine as one of its annual "TIME 100"; Glamour magazine as one of its 2011 Women of the Year; and the Human Rights Campaign, which gave her its Ally for Equality Award in 2009. Handler's wide appeal and multiplatform success have been highlighted by publications all over the world.

A native of New Jersey, Chelsea currently resides in Los Angeles.