"Chelsea intends to leave when her contract expires," Handler's manager Irving Azoff said. "She hired me to figure out life after E! We have at least seven suitors." Some of her future plans include a possible radio show or another weekly late-night show on TV or a digital platform.
When asked about Handler's exit, an E! spokesperson told THR, "Chelsea has nine months left on her contract and E! will not comment on the future of Chelsea Lately at this time."
Handler is currently on tour with her latest book, Uganda be Kidding Me. She's slated to film her first stand-up special in June to air on cable in October.
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