“The Queen of Mean,” seen on Chelsea Lately and at countless roasts, gets down and dirty in unfiltered set of racy and riotous standup
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Her act: a no-holds barred blitzkrieg of zingers that make Don Rickles seem sweet, plus the gut-busting observations about sex, society, and race that for years have kept television censors awake at night
Where she got her big break: at the New York Friar’s Club roast of Chevy Chase, where her merciless jabs earned her the nickname “The Queen of Mean”
Other big-wigs who’ve been mowed down by her wit: Larry the Cable Guy, Donald Trump, David Hasselhoff, and Pamela Anderson
What’s new with Lisa: a svelte new look and a foxy new hairdo, both of which she’ll use to her benefit on her “Back to the Drawing Board” tour