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About Lisa Lampanelli

Stand-up comic Lisa Lampanelli specializes in extremely vulgar, racially insensitive material. Like Don Rickles before her, she uses racial stereotypes as a way to expose discrimination rather than out of some kind of mean-spiritedness. Her show, however, is not for the kiddies. Lampanelli comes off as harmlessly using an exaggerated persona to get laughs, making fun of herself as much as anyone she may be picking on. She is often billed as "The Loveable Queen of Mean."

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Listen toLisa Lampanellion Napster

Stand-up comic Lisa Lampanelli specializes in extremely vulgar, racially insensitive material. Like Don Rickles before her, she uses racial stereotypes as a way to expose discrimination rather than out of some kind of mean-spiritedness. Her show, however, is not for the kiddies. Lampanelli comes off as harmlessly using an exaggerated persona to get laughs, making fun of herself as much as anyone she may be picking on. She is often billed as "The Loveable Queen of Mean."

About Lisa Lampanelli

Stand-up comic Lisa Lampanelli specializes in extremely vulgar, racially insensitive material. Like Don Rickles before her, she uses racial stereotypes as a way to expose discrimination rather than out of some kind of mean-spiritedness. Her show, however, is not for the kiddies. Lampanelli comes off as harmlessly using an exaggerated persona to get laughs, making fun of herself as much as anyone she may be picking on. She is often billed as "The Loveable Queen of Mean."

About Lisa Lampanelli

Stand-up comic Lisa Lampanelli specializes in extremely vulgar, racially insensitive material. Like Don Rickles before her, she uses racial stereotypes as a way to expose discrimination rather than out of some kind of mean-spiritedness. Her show, however, is not for the kiddies. Lampanelli comes off as harmlessly using an exaggerated persona to get laughs, making fun of herself as much as anyone she may be picking on. She is often billed as "The Loveable Queen of Mean."