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Chelsea Handler on Miley Cyrus
Rob Shuter, of VH1’s “Gossip Table” and his site Naughty But Nice Rob, reports from last night’s Chelsea Handler talk at 92Y:Last night at the AMAZING 92nd Street Y, Chelsea Handler admitted that after six years of being on the air, she thinks she has gotten a little less mean…but that doesn’t mean, Miley Cyrus is safe! Wink
“If you’re Miley Cyrus and you’re running around the country dry humping a piano, everybody is going to talk about it so that’s kind of her own doing. If you’re someone who’s going through a terrible divorce and you’re really having your heart-broken and your kids are growing up and reading this in the paper, that’s mean, that’s not nice. So there’s a difference,” she tole the SOLD OUT crowd at THE 92ND STREET Y. “If you’re putting on a show and people are criticizing you that’s kind of the world you’re living in. If something happened to you and people are making fun of it, I think there’s a little bifurcation.”
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