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Lisa Lampanelli has a new comedy special, and it’s less about fucking black guys—a big part of Lampanelli’s schtick—and more about her personal struggles: Turning 50, getting a divorce, living through both bariatric surgery and taking up yoga. Show More Summary
Lisa Lampanelli is a comedy veteran -- her fifth stand-up special, "Back To The Drawing Board," premieres Friday on Epix -- but the journey there came with some tough moments for a female comic. When Lampanelli dropped by HuffPost Live...Show More Summary
Early in her new Epix stand-up special, the self-described Queen Of Mean makes a questionable offhand assertion: “Nobody’s brave like Lisa Lampanelli.” Back in 2002 at The NY Friar’s Club Roast Of Chevy Chase, that was likely true. At...Show More Summary
Comedian Lisa Lampanelli, who has a new stand-up special, Back to the Drawing Board, coming out June 26 on EPIX, has been learning to release her pent-up emotions. In a conversation with Ron Bennington at the 92nd Street Y Monday night, Lampanelli talked about how in the past, her first... More »
Lisa Lampanelli has lost over 100 pounds since undergoing weight loss surgery back in 2013, and the comedian has been able to keep the weight off thanks to a new healthy lifestyle. According to NewsOXY, Lisa Lampanelli underwent gastric sleeve surgery in 2012 when she weighed about 250 pounds. Show More Summary
Lisa Lampanelli has become an expert in shedding pounds after having weight loss surgery. The comedienne’s weight loss, now at 107 pounds, occurred after she had the procedure, but Lisa admits she struggled with her weight for years, reported Yahoo. Show More Summary
Lisa Lampanelli, with 107 pounds banished from her body after weight loss surgery, has changed her title from the Queen of Mean to the Queen of Lean. The comedienne chose the procedure called gastric sleeve surgery in 2012. And now Lisa...Show More Summary
Lisa Lampanelli’s pounds are gone! The comedian, who underwent gastric sleeve surgery in 2012, has lost a total of 107 pounds and is living her life as a new, slim, woman. Lampanelli, 53, formally weighed 258 pounds, and is very happy with her current size. Show More Summary
Lisa Lampanelli lost 107 pounds and changed her life in the process. The so-called Queen of Mean comedy has also become the princess of weight loss, and Lisa is eager to share all the details of just how she dropped the pounds, reported Yahoo. Show More Summary
Since undergoing gastric sleeve surgery in 2012, Lisa Lampanelli has dropped more than 100 pounds and says the weight loss has given her a new lease on life. "I turned back the clock. I'm reliving my life," the comedienne tells Yahoo! Beauty. "I just felt like I was 19 again and could do things... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Lisa Lampanelli
Comedienne Lisa Lampanelli’s dramatic weight loss is obvious as her smaller frame shows evidence of shedding 107 pounds. The 53-year-old “Queen of Mean” had gastric-sleeve surgery in April 2012, as Inquisitr previously reported, and she’s since shrunk her once 248-pound body. Show More Summary
We love Lisa Lampanelli! The comedienne has always earned our laughs, and now our admiration. [ Related: Lena Dunham Called The "N-Word" By Lisa Lampanelli!!! ] Lisa's lost 100 pounds and gained a hawt new hairdo! But she kept her sharp tongue and sense of humor! That's why we can't wait for her new TV special, Lisa Lampanelli: [...]
Lisa Lampanelli has lost weight and filed for divorce, but she says it won't affect her edgy stage performance.
Lisa Lampanelli, Improv Shakespeare, and Actor's Express takes on "The Whale." It's this week's Atlanta Events Roundup. Lisa Goes WildLisa Lampanelli, comedy’s Queen of Mean and equal-opportunity offender on Howard Stern’s Sirius radio show, will be at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre on Saturday, May 30, at 8 pm. Show More Summary
The Queen of Mean Lisa Lampanelli returns to Las Vegas on Saturday, April 4, as part of the “Lipshtick — The Perfect Shade of Stand Up” comedy series featuring female comedians at the Venetian. Last month, her one-hour special “Tough Love” debuted on Comedy Central with her trademark comedy...
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Perhaps the only place to find an all-female lineup of comedians returns to the Venetian with the new year. "Lipshtick - The Perfect Shade of Stand Up" features the comedy stylings of Queen of Mean Lisa Lampanelli; Loni Love, co-host of "The Real" talk show; Jennifer Coolidge from "2 Broke...
Comedian Lisa Lampanelli didn't hold back in explaining her experiences going through menopause in a HuffPost Live interview last Thursday, which included a surprisingly positive outlook on her "lack of sex drive." "Think about how good this is -- making no joke about it -- if you have a sort of lowered sex drive. Show More Summary
Lisa Lampanelli may call herself the Queen of Mean, but Joan Rivers wrote the book on toxic humor. River's latest book offers up more of the same. The comic memoir, Diary of a Mad Diva, takes aim at alleged "It Girl" Lena Dunham, and it isn't pretty. Show More Summary