The outspoken Lisa Lampanelli welcomed me into her home for a chat and I was quite impressed. From the decor to fresh flowers she says she bought just for me, her apartment was inviting and comfortable--just like Lisa. Lampanelli
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Lisa Lampanelli has built a career on cruelty. She bills herself as the “Queen of Mean,” an insult comic in the tradition created by Jack E. Leonard and perfected by the great Don Rickles. Unapologetically bawdy and loud, Lampanelli
You might not expect someone who insults people for a living to have a lot of close friends. Comedian Lisa Lampanelli, however, says she values the relationships she has with her friends and family over fame or wealth. The stand-up comic …
• 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 17. • SoundBoard in the Motor City Casino and Hotel, 2901 Grand River Ave., Detroit. • Tickets are $30-$45. • Call 1-866-782-9622 or visit motorcitycasino.com. Comedian. Actress. Playwright. Social activist. Weight …
Comedian-turned-playwright Lisa Lampanelli is out with a new off-Broadway play that explores the plights women face when it comes to body image. It’s something that hits close to home for Lampanelli, who explained to The Huffington …
Comedians and makeovers typically are mutually exclusive. Stand-ups with a few extra pounds usually don't lose the extra baggage. Instead the heft becomes part of the act. Check out Ralph May and Artie Lange, who joke about their …
Lisa Lampanelli isn’t known for holding her tongue or mincing her words. She calls herself an “insult comic,” and her style of comedy is famously filthy. She is, on the other hand, known for appearing on the fifth season of Donald Trump’s ...