Chelsea ranked No.91 in Maxim magazine's Hot 100 List of 2009.
Chelsea supported Barack Obama in the 2008 presidential election.
On April 22, 2008, Chelsea released her second book, Are You There Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea. The book reached #1 on The New York Times bestseller list the week it was released.
For her 33rd birthday, Chelsea's boyfriend Ted gave her a Ms. Pac-Man machine.
Chelsea is a former beauty pagent competitor, even placing in the Top 15 of 'Miss New Jersey' when she was a teen.
As of December 2007, Chelsea weighs 126 pounds.
Chelsea will only drink margaritas on weekends.
Chelsea was in attendance at the 2007 Golden Globe Awards show.
While working on Chelsea Lately, Chelsea arrived to work at 9:30 a.m and left at 5:00 p.m.
Chelsea's luckiest number is seven and will always set her alarm clock to a 10-minute interval that involves the number seven.
Chelsea's favorite electronic gadget is her BlackBerry Curve.
In 2006, Chelsea appeared as Nikita in the film National Lampoon's Cattle Call.
Chelsea says her father is racist and homophobic, despite him denying both claims.
Chelsea's sister was deeply upset when she referenced fellow Mormon Marie Osmond's crotch as "mormon pie."
When Chelsea's father and a friend of hers suggested she write a book about all of her one-night stands she replied "what a dumb idea." This would eventually be the first book that she would write.
Before going on a cruise, Chelsea once decided a good read would be an unauthorized biography of M.C. Hammer.
Chelsea can't sleep without a fan and a silk set of eye shades.
Chelsea met the first black man she ever had sex with on the Chocolatesingles dating site.
Chelsea admits to casually using the drugs marijuana and ectasy.
Chelsea was very upset with her father when he bought several copies of her first book and sold them double the price at Starbucks Coffeshop.
Chelsea once dated Ted Harbert, who, as the CEO of Comcast Entertainment Group, oversees E! Entertainment Television.
Chelsea has blond hair and blue eyes.
Chelsea is a stand-up comedian and a writer.
In June 2005, Chelsea released her dating memoir, My Horizontal Life: A Collection of One-Night Stands.
She is the youngest of six children.
She is 5'6" or 1.68 m.
Parents annoy Chelsea when they describe their baby's age in months, when they complain about baby fat, and when they act like they were the first people in the world to think of the idea of having a baby.
When Chelsea would meet men online she would ask what their penis size is before she meets them in person.
Chelsea Handler: (on what Google news reports about her and rapper 50 Cent) He's just a friend of mine. You get photographed together when there's 25 people with you and people assume that you're having sex, which is definitely not the case.
Chelsea Handler: (on crossing lines in her comedy when talking about her family) No. I call out their names and tell really embarrassing stories about them. They know what they're getting into. They've been related to me since I was born.
Chelsea Handler: (on her show After Lately) The show is a behind-the-scenes look at what happens at our office when the cameras are off... ...A perfect platform for people who have no business being on camera.
Chelsea Handler: I have more respect for somebody who's like, "Yeah I like to party, so screw off," then for Tara (Reid), who talks about not partying and ends up passed out underneath a Subway - not a subway station, but the actual sandwich shop - two days later.
Chelsea: It looks like Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt are 'taking a break.' Their engagement is off, and Heidi is going back to Colorado. This is really sad for Heidi and for all the Hills fans and for the entire state of Colorado.
Chelsea: My whole life is reading tabloid magazines. It's really sad, because that's what my show is all about — what is going on with celebrities. So I have to know everything.
Chelsea: Thanksgiving is coming. I wonder what the holiday will be like at Dog the Bounty Hunter's house--obviously, they'll have a turkey with all-white meat.
Chelsea: I have no idea why gay men love me, but I would have to assume it's because they know how much I love the gays! Everyone needs a good gay man in their life.
Chelsea: I'll always be doing stand-up as long as people are still interested in seeing me.
Chelsea: I went out with a guy who once told me I didn't need to drink to make myself more fun to be around. I told him, I'm drinking so that you're more fun to be around.
Chelsea: Men don't realize that if we're sleeping with them on the first date, we're probably not interested in seeing them again either.