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Return to Transcripts main page CNN LARRY KING LIVE Interview With Chelsea Handler Aired April 1, 2010 - ET THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT.
THIS COPY MAY NOT BE IN ITS FINAL FORM AND MAY BE UPDATED. HANDLER: I want to know what you drink to keep your body like that because what I'm drinking is not working.
KING: Is that one of the highlights of your career?
HANDLER: Yeah, we interviewed -- you had me go and do a tour of Candy Spelling's mansion.
HANDLER: No, because there's just a level that I don't want to go to. HANDLER: I don't know that a lot of people found me amusing. And then when another person that's in the spotlight this happens to, you know, it's just kind of like something is going around, you know, like people are just hornier than ever or something. Maybe because I've seen Sandra Bullock in more movies.
HANDLER: There's a lot of pretty funny women out there. And the -- you know, not thinking about your children and your family. I have a lot of sympathy for her, more than I have for the Swedish one married to Tiger Woods. HANDLER: Because I feel like the way she's -- I don't know why.
HANDLER: It was one of the ridiculous highlights of my career. KING: You told "Entertainment Weekly" a talk show host shouldn't humiliate their guest, they should let the guest humiliate themselves. Use some of that Botox from your forehead and put it in your flabby underarm skin. Until you've dipped my wings in 11 herbs and spices or bleu cheese dressing and taken that needle that you used -- first of all, look at my forehead you dumb [ bleep ], OK? HANDLER: I'm a number one "New York Times" best-selling author. So when somebody like that makes a comment about me, I like to stand up for myself. I mean, they're coming into your house, so to speak, and I think it's nice to be as, um, as pleasant as possible, and if you can help them -- or if they're -- if they're on their way to making a fool out of themselves, not to get in their way. What I said is I guess she doesn't read magazines, which makes sense, since she basically has one on her face. And then she went on to write "Chelsea, here's some free advice. The show is very, very silly, and we like to -- I like to poke fun at myself and I like to poke fun at others. So you shouldn't say anything unless you're ready to hear it back. HANDLER: Yeah, I have a job so I didn't really need to do that. I mean, I have to talk about it on my show a lot, so I've absorbed so much of it that I'm very familiar with it, but there comes a point where your I. Because if I talk about Kate Gosselin for one more year, I'm probably going to shoot myself in the head. I'm very fortunate and I have a great life, but after talking about celebrity, it goes back to what we were discussing earlier, talking about it so much. KING: You turned down "Dancing with the Stars", correct? You feel like your brain is melting, and so, you know, like you, we were just talking in the break about how you get to interview different people every day, you get to interview athletes or politicians or actors or whatever, philanthropists, it is why you probably are able to do it every day, because you get to diversify and take about so many different aspects. HANDLER: Right, hopefully you will retire soon, so I can take over a job like this.