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At the next morning, she phones to say she's running a little early. Okay, so maybe the sworn-to-be-single New Jersey native isn't quite ready to settle down, but over a few rounds of — you guessed it — vodka, we get Chelsea to make her biggest confession yet: She's kind of a sweetie. I couldn't believe that hunky guy with the big '70s hair is [your now-bald brother] Roy! That's what my sister always said: "Don't worry, you'll peak later."RB: Did being the youngest of six shape you? People always tell me I need to have a kid, and I say, "No, I don't." Because I wouldn't have just one kid; I'd have six. So I just kind of fill my house with tons of rejects and misfits so it feels like I have a bunch of children. CH: Well, my brother Roy lives with me, and my friend Shelly, who's a lesbian from Dallas. Very rarely do I get loopy, and if I do, it's at my house... Then again, you became a star by breaking all the rules, from sleeping with your boss [Chelsea dated Ted Harbert, chairman of NBC Broadcasting and former president and CEO of Comcast Entertainment Group, which owns E! Do you ever feel like you're an anti-authority figure? RB: Did you ever doubt yourself, think you wouldn't make it? I remember I had been auditioning and auditioning for RB: How old were you at the time? And right now one of my assistants is living at my house because I got a new puppy and I didn't realize it needed to be housebroken, and I'm like, "Ahhh, I'm not waking up every two hours to take this baby out." So it's really fun to go home and have a house full of people. Drinking has always been a big part of your shtick. [an all-female prank show], and I got fired from every job because I could never listen to a manager who told me I'd be quizzed on the menu. CH: I was probably 24, and my family was living in New Jersey, and they were all sending me money on a regular basis. What you are going to end up doing is creating your own thing." And then I got the call on the other line that I had gotten .
And it's not that I think women should take over the world. I'm very much about letting other people shine, because it makes us all shine brighter. I like girls and boys together, misfits and underdogs — I love underdogs. RB: The persona you sometimes give off on-air is so different from the way you are. I will never sit around going through scrapbooks." And sure enough, I sat there, and I found these notes written by my mom, and one of them was from a time when she had sent me money, and she wrote: "Don't worry. And don't think one day I'm not going to come back and collect on all of this." And I was like, ]RB: What was your mom like? Growing up, we were all really funny, so maybe being the youngest, I was the most precocious and had the most drive. I was madly in love with him, and I tried very, very hard to make it work, but I just couldn't. It wasn't like, "Oh, I'm going to marry 50 Cent..." [ RB: What would we call you? CH: She was such a lovely, supportive, and soft person, very opposite to what I am. She was German, but she wasn't your typical German woman, and she was married to my father, who is Jewish. I would come home from school at 3 in the afternoon, and she'd have a huge bowl of macaroni and cheese, as if that was a proper snack. I know your older brother Chet died at 21 [in a hiking accident, when Chelsea was 9], and that sent your family into a dark place. I wanted to make us laugh and keep up with my older siblings, and help pull us out of that darkness. ), and starts to tear up as she reminisces about her mother, who died of complications from cancer in 2006. At the end of the evening, Chelsea announces she's going to pick me up the next day and that I should take down her cell number in case I need to reach her. Funnily enough, Chelsea plays a mother of three in February's the epidural," Chelsea quips to me. I think if you peak in high school, there's a problem. RB: Well, I don't see how you could drink every night and accomplish everything you have. I can't believe I'm able to get away with this kind of ridiculousness. I never said, "If this doesn't work out, I'll go back to finish college." My sister Simone was really supportive. Lately, I've been thinking about what I can do for girls who were once in my situation. CH: No, I like to find things that pique my interest. I've always been like, ]RB: Is that what happened with André Balasz [the hotelier she dated last year]?
I'd turned to partying or smoking weed all the time, and I just wish someone had given me a creative outlet. CH: Um, I won't comment on that publicly, because he specifically asked me not to.
She even reported on her television show that she was dating Animal Planet star Dave yet their relationship couldn’t keep going long and they separated.
Afterward, he began dating performing artist Bonnie Somerville in 2009.
CH: Monday through Thursday, I tape four [, then Friday, I do my NBC show, and on Saturdays I'm doing reshoots with Reese [Witherspoon] for the movie. I had two days off recently, and I got on the sofa and I didn't get up for two days, and I felt as if I'd been hit by a truck. So even though it takes nine months to prepare to have a baby, you have that baby in one day. Or one moment you're fine, and the next you're in prison. My mom used to say to me, "Don't ever complain about where you are, because you're the person who got you here." RB: I've read that when you started out in stand-up, you said at first that you tried to downplay your looks to appear more relatable. CH: I never considered myself a supermodel or anything like that. I have good days and bad days, and I like when I'm fit and lean and all of those things that any woman likes, but it's not the eye of the hurricane for me.
Once everything calms down for too long, it's very hard to get moving again. We complain, but we're lucky to have a lot of work. One day it's not in your house, and the next day it is. It's my sense of humor and self-deprecation that define me and invite a lot of people in.
You know I'm not just making fun of all these idiots. I don't know why people think of me as mean, because I don't take it all that seriously. RB: But you still take on topics that other talk-show hosts never would.