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On , Maya Rudolph, Amy Poehler, and Kristen Wiig have lampooned overtly sexual female characters: think Rudolph's drunk, orange-skinned, libidinous Donatella Versace.
By contrast, there's nothing ironic about Handler's sexiness—lots of cleavage, lots of heels, and the frequent assertion that her pubic hair is waxed in the shape of the E! In publicity shots, she often has a hand on a cocked hip and a come-hither smile—a pose Fey might adopt, but only with one eyebrow satirically arched.
" It's a clever wink at the rumors that she's dating the rapper 50 Cent. For Handler, the personal is not only public; it's profit.
In just under a decade, she's gone from a stand-up comic touring the nightclub circuit to a full-fledged brand—call it Chelsea Inc.—with books, TV shows, concerts, movies, and sponsorship deals that raked in a reported million last year alone.
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(Other things the blonde, blue-eyed equal-opportunity offender tells the audience bug her: Russians, Asians, the Kardashians, and Angelina Jolie.) She mimics a fan at one of her book signings, who complained when Handler misspelled her daughter's name. It's B-a-i-l-e-i-g-h." To which Handler snapped: "Look, bitch, spelled it wrong.