Chelsea Handler poked enjoyable at Prince Harry for his frostbitten penis story on the 2023 Critics Alternative Awards.
The comedienne was on kind throughout her opening monologue on the star-studded bash at Los Angeles’ Fairmont Century Plaza on Sunday night time (15.01.23).
She started by highlighting Niecy Nash-Betts’ nomination for ‘Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story’ – through which she performed Glenda Cleveland, the next-door neighbour to serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer – earlier than occurring to joke that the general public goes to should take heed to a “billion hours” of the British royal speaking about utilizing Elizabeth Arden cream on his chilly willy throughout a charity trek to the North Pole in 2011, a confession from his tell-all memoir ‘Spare’.
She mentioned: “Niecy Nash-Betts is nominated for Dahmer. Dahmer turned the third highest considered present on Netflix, which a mixed watch time of 1 billion hours,” earlier than joking: “Which, apparently, is similar period of time we’re going to should take heed to Prince Harry speak about his frostbitten penis. Sufficient already.”
Harry’s buddy, James Corden, was additionally the butt of a joke after his spat with New York restaurant Balthazar, the place he was accused of being extraordinarily impolite in direction of the ready workers.
Referencing the forged of FX comedy ‘The Bear’, she joked: “They confirmed us how gruelling and the way completely depressing working within the restaurant trade might be, and so they didn’t even have to attend on James Corden.”
Seemingly referring to Elle DeGeneres and the poisonous office scandal surrounding her former eponymous discuss present, Chelsea quipped: “Within the film Tár, Cate [Blanchett] portrayed an iconic lesbian whose profession is affected by her poisonous behaviour. And he or she didn’t even should host her personal daytime discuss present.”
And maybe one of the controversial celebrities of the previous yr, Kanye West, additionally bought a grilling from Chelsea over his anti-Semitism.
She mentioned: “There’s been some stable Jewish fare for this award season. We had ‘The Fabelmans’, and ‘The Fleishmans’, and that big bagel in ‘Every part In all places All At As soon as’.
“We’ve all heard lots of nonsense not too long ago about Jews operating Hollywood. And I want to say, as a Jewish lady, so what in the event that they do? Who cares? The French run bakeries, Italians run the mafia, and Swedish individuals run IKEA.”