Blake Shelton hangs with Chelsea Handler
Monday, October 18, 2010
– Blake Shelton mixes it up with late night talk show host, Chelsea Handler on her E! Entertainment show, Chelsea Lately Tuesday night. Shelton will appear on the 600th Episode of Chelsea Lately on Tuesday, Oct. 19 at 11 p.m. eastern.
This is Shelton's third appearance on the show and his second visit this year. He is the only country star to ever appear on the E! Entertainment talk show more than twice. "Chelsea's asked me which Golden Girl I would like to sleep with, referenced my Hillbilly Bone and has given me a case of vodka on the show. I can't even imagine what's going to go down this time around," said Shelton. "I absolutely love appearing on Chelsea Lately mainly because she is the only person who needs to be censored more than I do."
Shelton will continue his first ever headlining tour in Los Angeles on Wednesday, Oct. 20.
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