The British singer prefers the desert venue to the wet, dirty music festivals back home. Plus, how is she handling her growing fame?
Chelsea and her panel have the latest news on who will look after the King of Pop's kids. Nobody likes a Blanket stealer.
The "Gimme Shelter" actress reveals why the Coachella Music Festival is her fave event of the year. But can Chelsea handle the heat?
Inspiration can strike anywhere and anytime--even on the subway! Hear why the "Girls" star wanted to write a "Glamour" article about eyebrows.
The singer sheds light on spilling tears while hosting the American Country Awards. Plus, hear Blake Shelton's special message on "Chelsea Lately."
The basketball player joins the Esquire Network as the host for the series "How I Rock It." Hear more about his show on "Chelsea Lately."
ZO2' is a hard-partying Brooklyn rock band by night and by day they pay the bills as kids' entertainers 'The Z Brothers.' Two bands with one dream reconcile club gigs, hot groupies, and the hunt for a major record deal while having to perform at birthday parties for five-year olds.
The executive producer of "Catfish: The TV Show," Nev Schulman, gives Chelsea Handler the scoop on online dating red flags.
The rapper sets the record straight on "Chelsea Lately" about what he meant by a controversial verse in Big Sean's "Control."
Julian hunts for Whitney's dream date
Actress dishes on checking her 'tude
Singer-songwriter Ellie Goulding discusses "Beating Heart" from the "Divergent" movie soundtrack.
Comedian Julian McCullough joins Shaq, Godfrey, and Rachel to take on some ridiculous new internet videos, the Upload crew gets in the toy business, and Shaq shares the first trailer for his upcoming summer blockbuster SHAQROBATTLE 3000.
Julian McCullough talks about the excitement of knowing how he's going to die, why Asians are magical, and the mysteries of the fake male orgasm.
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ZO2 gets the gig of a lifetime: a Bar Mitzvah. Technically speaking, it's actually a "B-iz-ar Mitzvah" for a well-known black rapper, and it's being filmed as the pilot episode of a highly anticipated reality series about crazy Bar Mitzvahs.
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Robert Schimmel hosts Julian McCullough, Gerard Guillory, Doug Mellard, Cristela Alonzo, Ryan Belleville and Tom Segura for an hour at New York's famed Gotham Comedy Club.
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