Chelsea Handler And Abigail Breslin Ham It Up In Harpers Bazaar

Mar. 24 2010, Published 5:30 a.m. ET

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Late night funny girl Chelsea Handler and 13-year-old Little Miss Sunshine actress, Abigail Breslin, ham it up in a fashion spread for the upcoming issue of up-scale magazine Harpers Bazaar.

Handler poses as the overwhelmed publicist to Breslin’s “Hollywood brat”, and in the interview Handler shares her unique views on real life Hollywood publicists, why her dad could never sue her and her thoughts on health and fitness.

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Handler says about publicists, “Sometimes the publicists are worse than the star. They really are delusional. That’s why when I hired a publicist, I was like, I never want the type who is going to be such a pain in the ass and treats people terribly.”

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On her dad who she exploits in her upcoming book, “My father likes to have any attention, whether it’s negative or positive. He is pretty much under the correct impression that he has no say in anything I do and that my childhood was humiliating enough. So it’s payback time. If he tried to sue me, he’d have to borrow money from me to sue me.”

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And on working out and dieting, “Sometimes I’m running and get passed by a 70-year-old woman with a better body. I can’t be skinny all the time. I like to drink and I like to eat. I like burgers and bagels.”

You can check out the whole interview in the April Issue of Harpers Bazaar, on news stands March 30th.



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