The blonde was visibly upset as she opened the segment, saying:
"Obviously the result is not what I was hoping for. Like a lot of people in this country, I'm sad, I'm disappointed and I'm confused. But if Hillary can make it through a concession speech, then I can make it through a stupid television show."
The host then gave the floor to Miz Boxer, who discussed the severe sexism in politics she experienced back when she was running for office.
The 41-year-old asked the politician if she'd spoken to the former First Lady since her devastating loss, and Barbara began to get choked up as she responded:
"No. I did not want to speak with her at this point. I intend to actually sit down. I like to write. I have too much to say. And, I want to think about it."
That's when Chelsea got emotional as well, crying as she exclaimed:
"I know for a woman, as a woman it feels so sexist. I guess the message that I want to spread out to other women is exactly what you're saying, is not to give up. Sorry, I hate f*cking crying on camera. But, is not to give up because this is so important. And, it's so easy to say that we're going to throw in the towel or 'I'm going to move.'"
However, she explained that she's had a change of heart, saying it's more important now than ever to stay and fight for what she believes in:
"I want to move to Spain. I really, really want to move to Spain right now. And everyone in my office is like, 'You have a responsibility, you have a voice and you need to use it, and you have to be here.'"
Chels used her voice to discuss with Barbara a long-shot possibility, in which Hillary could actually end up as our future President after all.
She also encouraged her viewers to remain hopeful, even though all may feel lost right now.
Teen Mom 2 star Kailyn Lowry is opening up about her third pregnancy.
As we reported this week, the 24-year-old is expecting her third child (to join son Isaac Rivera, 7, with ex Jo Rivera and Lincoln Marroquin, 3, with ex-husband Javi Marroquin) -- but the father has not been named.
On Friday, the reality star penned to her blog, opening up about her high-risk pregnancy:
"I am pregnant. I'm sad that I should have known that people in my life would sell me out before I was ready. Like any normal person, I want it to be a happy time. I wanted this to be a private time so I could be excited while not getting chased by paparazzi and bothered with crazy headlines. Please know this was a choice I made, I already know some won't agree but I've been showered with support by the ones I love since I found out. Why did I wait? I've had a lot of health complications leading up to this pregnancy and I was not ready to release such private information on my own just yet being that I am so high risk with this pregnancy. I didn't want to announce just to have another miscarriage and suffer through another grief."
She went on to explain how her boys are taking the exciting news of becoming big brothers together: