Steve from Warrington, Pennsylvania
NOT WORTH THE TIME OR MONEY
I was hoping to hear something funny and witty. Instead I listened to Chelsea talk about her guilt over making lots of money, why she needed a psychologist, and boring conversation between her and her host. This must have been her way to recouping her psychologist fees. Can't believe I paid for this. Watching laundry tumble in my dryer would have been more entertaining.
Kathleen Kelly from Boston, Massachusetts
FALSE ADVERTISING NOT A COMEDY TOUR, BUT A BOOK TOUR
Do not waste your hard earned money. We walked out halfway through. We thought it was a comedy tour because the ticket says comedy tour. We arrived and they handed out books. Then, we went in and it started about 40 minutes later than the recorded message said. They couldn’t get the microphones to work. Then she read the first chapter of her book and talked about therapy and her brother who died when she was 9 and cried and her guest talked about therapy and being abused as a child. It was a book tour, not a comedy tour and I felt completely hoodwinked and would like my money back.
Shelia from Detroit, Michigan
Completely disappointing. We wanted a stand up comedy experience and it was NOT even close. It was a complete waste of time and money. Chelsea read off of her book in the beginning. Not organic AT ALL then invited a journalist on stage and the interview was terrible. Disappointed.
Teresa from Detroit, Michigan
Attended the show in Detroit at the Fillmore and after 30 minutes walked out!! The platform of the show was depressing and very boring!! I expected humor and all she talked about was her issues and tragedy as she was being interviewed by some other unknown girl. If you want people to known how you have changed Let people read that in your book. Will not ever pay to see her again. Highly disappointed
Underwhelmed in The D from Detroit, Michigan
Wow, what a disappointment!! Chelsea’s performance was lazy at best! She opened the show reading from her book?? Then she takes a seat for the rest of the show and is being interviewed by a not particularly creative or insightful young woman. It was if she didn’t even care that she had an audience! Why give us the book if she was just going to spend 20 minutes reading it to us! The format of the show was I found her to be narcissistic and not funny at all Save your $. Totally not worth it. Kind of makes you feel taken!!
She should be embarrassed to charge money for this so called comedy tour. It was like watching a daytime talk show about her life. Reading from her book for the first 20 minutes was not enjoyable at all. I highly recommend you to keep you money instead of wasting it on this. Comedy is supposed to be funny, this was not funny at all.
from Detroit, Michigan
THE COMEDY SHOW THAT'S NOT A COMEDY SHOW
This was some weird set up with her sitting comfortably and being interviewed by someone who was clearly fed the questions, so it felt like she set up herself (via the interviewer) to brag about her mental state successes through and her new profound enlightenment. We don't know her well and wanted to watch a comedy which this was not. A few witty comments but most of it was too long and boring.
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