Chelsea Handler wants you to know — she doesn’t discriminate. The comedian and former talk show host aims to take down racism in her new Netflix documentary series. Click to WATCH the new trailer!
Chelsea Handler’s got a new show, and she’s breaking boundaries. In an all-new trailer for her documentary series Chelsea Does, Chelsea tackles the serious, controversial topic of racism. In the words of Chelsea: “I just want to live in a place where a person of every color is able to hit on me.”
“I think it’s important to talk about race, so let’s all have a discussion about it,” Chelsea says in the trailer, and that’s exactly what she does. Chelsea doesn’t hold back, either.
Chelsea travels across the country and talks to Rev. Al Sharpton about racism. “Is that offensive to you — that black people like watermelon and fried chicken?” she asks him. “Yeah, ’cause I’m a vegetarian,” he replies.
Chelsea says that she makes fun of “everyone” and has “no political correctness.” She heads to South Carolina, the state she claims is leading the nation in police brutality. Chelsea ends up asking two black residents if they ever think, “F–k these white people already.”
Rev. Al Sharpton also adds, “We’re making progress but still have a long way to go.” Chelsea is looking to make that road a little shorter with Chelsea Does. At the end of the trailer, Chelsea slays with this final line, “I just want to live in a place where a person of every color is able to hit on me.”
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