Michelle "Bombshell" McGee Responds To Chelsea Handler's Comment (...And She Reciprocates)
Chelsea Handler's job is to basically poke fun at every celebrity---especially those associating themselves with trash and scandal. So it's no surprise the comedienne took to her blog to discuss Michelle "Bombshell" McGee (otherwise known as Jesse James's Rachel Uchitel.) Let's jusy say McGee didn't take Chelsea's comments lightly.
As soon as Chelsea got wind that Michelle's fasher, Denny McGee, said that Michelle truly believed Jesse and Sandra were separated and was 'shocked' to see them together at the Oscars, she wrote:
"I guess she doesn't read magazines, which makes sense since she basically has one on her face."
Michelle, being the fame seeking ho that she is, took to her Facebook (go figure) to respond to Chelsea's comments:
"Chelsea, heres some free advice..use some of that botox from your forehead and put it in your flabby underarm skin," she wrote. "Ive seen better wings in a bucket of KFC chicken ."
Soon after, McGee added an underhanded compliment, saying, "In all seriousness, Im a big fan of Chelsea Lately...feel so honored to have a transexual poke fun of me..."
And then, of course, Chelsea took to her highly viewed talk show Chelsea Lately to take another stab at McGee:
"First of all, look at my forehead, you dumb b!tch okay? It moves ... You have a tattoo on your forehead, so you have had a needle in your forehead -- and probably Jesse James' balls. So shut your face."
In the words of the dude at the end of Billy Madison: "[Ms. McGee/Handler], what you've just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul."
But I'm still Team Chelsea. There's no rebuttal to a woman who is able to publicly bash you on her own talk show while you're at home contemplating your next Mein Kampf reading session.