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    Did Chelsea Handler Mock Prince Harry During Her Critics Choice Awards Monologue?

    Chelsea Handler is one of the most well-known television and award show hosts of all time. Her comic timing and weird sense of humor make her a fan favorite. She also hosted the 28th Critics Choice Awards and gave an impressive monologue, and took a dig at Prince Harry.

    In her monologue, Handler mocked the Duke of Sussex who has been promoting his memoir Spare. She also took a dig at James Gordon over his restaurant controversy. So let’s find out what she said about Harry and what was the audience’s response.

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    Chelsea Handler Mocks Prince Harry

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    Handler is one of the best comedian-host in Hollywood who gets the pulse of the audience. She hosted the 28th Critics Choice Awards and took a dig at a lot of celebrities.

    The comedian praised Niecy Nash for her performance as Glenda Cleveland in Netflix’s true crime drama ‘Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story’, where she played the serial killer’s neighbor. While talking about her, Handler took a dig at Prince Harry.

    ‘Dahmer’ became the third-highest viewed show on Netflix with a combined watch time of 1 billion hours, which apparently is the same amount of time we’re going to have to listen to prince Harry talk about his frostbitten penis,” Handler said. She paused for a moment for the audience to register the joke. The comedian further added, “It’s enough, already.”

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    Handler Also Mocked James Corden Over His Restaurant Controversy

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    While announcing the cast of ‘The Bear’, Handler took a dig at late-night show host James Corden. He was banned from a New York restaurant over his alleged “abusive” behavior.

    They showed us how grueling and how absolutely miserable working in the restaurant industry can be, and they didn’t even have to wait on James Corden,” Handler said.

    It’s an honor to be here tonight to have all of you celebrate the brilliant results of all of your hard work, your talent and your dedication this past year,” Handler concluded her monologue. “She further added, “You have entertained us, you have moved us, enlightened us, and for the first time, Congress is more dysfunctional than Hollywood.”

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