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"It's always nice when you see somebody who's bigger than life and you meet them in person," says Handler of Demi Moore (this month's Bazaar cover star and a recent first-time guest)."You're like, I wonder what they'll be like, [and then] they're totally normal and cool.:)' Work then responded on its Twitter: 'I've never heard of Paris Hilton.'") Today's costar, Breslin, is one of the few who make it through unscathed — even when she's playing a brat, kicking popcorn at Handler.In fact, the two make an adorably odd couple, with Breslin having fun ordering her around and laughing at Handler's joking exasperation. Perhaps that's because Handler, 35, is definitely of the school that preaches that if you can't take it, don't dish it out.Do you think that there are any truth to the rumors about George and Sandra, or is Amal just being paranoid? Chelsea Handler is positively perky as she arrives at New York's Crosby Street Hotel, even though it's before on a Sunday morning.Sandra Bullock has been tragically single for what seems like forever, but she is now on the prowl for a boyfriend.Apparently, since she can’t have her longtime pal and rumored crush, George Clooney, she wants the next best thing: a man picked out by him.
"If your client knew what you were doing, then they wouldn't be having you represent them." Such straight talk about Hollywood has become Handler's trademark, as anyone who is familiar with her show or best-selling books knows.He and Handler are sprawled out on the bed of an eighth-floor suite, amusing themselves with a stack of magazines 10 deep and the Sunday papers."A lot of publicists trade their clients," Handler continues.A handler is the publicist, adviser, protector, and all-purpose hand-holder employed by many a celeb to prevent any embarrassing TMZ fodder, like on-set scandals or red-carpet wardrobe malfunctions — just the sort of person Handler regularly skewers on her hugely popular late-night E! "Sometimes the publicists are worse than the star," observes Handler, who has certainly dealt with her fair share of the type. 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." But of course, neither Handler nor Abigail Breslin, who is playing against type as a bratty teenage celebutante, is a demanding star.In fact, the precociously poised Breslin is spending her only day off from rehearsals for her Broadway debut as Helen Keller in The Miracle Worker posing for Bazaar.