Comedians Jen Kirkman, Julian McCullough and Kurt Braunohler discuss the 2016 presidential hopefuls.
Comedians Jen Kirkman, Julian McCullough and Kurt Braunohler give their opinion on the Matt Lauer "Today Show" controversy.
The "Gimme Shelter" actress reveals why the Coachella Music Festival is her fave event of the year. But can Chelsea handle the heat?
Inspiration can strike anywhere and anytime--even on the subway! Hear why the "Girls" star wanted to write a "Glamour" article about eyebrows.
The singer sheds light on spilling tears while hosting the American Country Awards. Plus, hear Blake Shelton's special message on "Chelsea Lately."
The basketball player joins the Esquire Network as the host for the series "How I Rock It." Hear more about his show on "Chelsea Lately."
Correspondent Julian McCullough goes far behind enemy lines to draw out a terrifying foe--the European boy band's militant fan base. Is jihad inevitable?
ZO2' is a hard-partying Brooklyn rock band by night and by day they pay the bills as kids' entertainers 'The Z Brothers.' Two bands with one dream reconcile club gigs, hot groupies, and the hunt for a major record deal while having to perform at birthday parties for five-year olds.
The executive producer of "Catfish: The TV Show," Nev Schulman, gives Chelsea Handler the scoop on online dating red flags.
Whitney Cummings' comedian sidekick, Julian McCullough, hits the streets of L.A. to find her the man of her dreams!
The rapper sets the record straight on "Chelsea Lately" about what he meant by a controversial verse in Big Sean's "Control."
Julian McCullough visits a real bail bondsman to learn how to bail out his friend, Sean.
Julian McCullough learns cheap and lethal techniques for defending himself.
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