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Chelsea Handler Breaks Down On The Rosie Show While Talking About Her Mother's Passing

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Very sad. It's hard for any child to lose a parent, especially the way Chelsea Handler lost her mom.

On The Rosie Show this week, Chelsea opened up about the passing of her mom, who lost her battle with cancer in 2005. For possibly the first time ever, fans of Chelsea see her really break down and become vulnerable as she talks about those last days with her mom and the moments they shared together.

Check out the video (above) to see poor Chelsea get very emotional with Rosie and even start to cry.

It's been a rough road, we're sure, but if nothing else, we hope Chelsea knows that her mom would be insanely proud of the person she turned out to be. Insanely proud.

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11 comments to “Chelsea Handler Breaks Down On The Rosie Show While Talking About Her Mother's Passing”



  1. 1

    I'M disappointed that Chelsea would lower herself to go on the Rosie show



  2. 2

    Of course not-a-tear over all the babies she's had vacuumed piece-by-piece out during her abortions….



  3. 3

    Personally I don't think her mom would be so proud of that trash talking old hag.



  4. 4

    The Chelsea I saw is nothing like the Chelsea i see on her show. What happened to the Rosie show though? It's all serious now.



  5. 5

    I hope you cold-hearted assholes never have to watch a loved one go through cancer.



  6. 6

    Yeah, clearly the people on this website have no soul. Losing your mother to cancer is one of the most heartbreaking things your could ever go though. It's amazing I can read the comments on this website and still not lose my faith in humanity.



  7. 7

    I like Chelsea.



  8. 8

    Re: bytchfaceRe: cndraycott – I completely agree with the both of you. It's disgusting what these people have to say. Personally, I lost both of my parents to cancer within a 5 month span 2 years ago and it still pains me everyday now. For these people to stoop so low as to not respect her during her grieving is absolutely disgusting



  9. 9

    Then, WHY is she having a feud with the great Joan Rivers ! ? !



  10. 10

    Although my mother did not pass away from cancer, she still passed away too young (2.5 years after retirement). At least she and my father got to go on a few cruises before she passed away. I am sorry for your loss Chelsea,



  11. 11

    I dont feel sorry for her. This woman is a bully!