Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Sandra Bullock describes pixelation envy during areola-to-areola first meeting with Chelsea Handler

On Monday night's "Chelsea Lately" show, host Chelsea Handler and guest Sandra Bullock revisited their hilarious skit from the show's season premiere back in October. In that sketch, the two appeared -- properly pixelated, naturally -- nude, as Bullock gave Handler a "talking-to," areola to areola.

Handler, 38, traded gibes with Bullock, 48. She said:
I know that you like to do movies with other women and that you like to be nude with other women.
Bullock responded by saying:
Well, actually, there's only been one other woman I've been nude with.
Handler continued, asking,
What's her name?
To that, Bullock replied,
It's your name.
In the original skit, Bullock gave Handler a "dressing down," telling Handler that she needed to worry about “pulling her sh*t together with this fancy new stage.”

Bullock continued, saying:
You have a responsibility to be a respectable talk show host. This comes directly from Oprah's mouth to my ear, to my mouth, out of my mouth, into your ear, down your body, out your vagina, up my vagina and out my a--.
She then told Handler to “lay off the booze,” and “stop sleeping with your guests.”

It turns out, according to Bullock, that the skit was her idea:
That's right, I suggested we be naked together in a very vulnerable position with about 30 crew members that I didn't know any of, nor did really I know you at the time.
Handler agreed that it was the first time they had ever met, saying:
That was how we first met: areola to areola!
Bullock added that she felt the cover-up was unfair to her. Gesturing to her chest, she said,
There's less here than there is on her side. Her pixelation, she just had to cover up her areolas. Me, on the other hand, they just covered up my areolas, it was like one square.
Bullock was ostensibly on the show to promote her upcoming film, "The Heat," which she co-stars in with Melissa McCarthy.

Video of their latest meeting is embedded; you can see the pixelation in question at our prior coverage from last October.

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