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New month, new Chelseas!
August 4th: Let’s Keep Moving Forward
Topics: Women in entertainment and positive role models, congress, and immigration.
Guests: Kate Beckinsale, Jill Soloway, Niecy Nash, Rep. Eric Swalwell, Rep. Ted Lieu, Maz Jobrani
Shut the front door! Sarah Huckabee Sanders is on the show. I love you, Fortune Feimster.
First to hit the couch are Kate Beckinsale, Niecy Nash, and Jill Soloway (Transparent ). The ladies talk about progress in the industry—not just for women, but for people of color, the trans community, everyone. Doors are opening and it’s a new positive era. They also chat about image and self-esteem.
Next up are Congressman Ted Lieu and Congressman Eric Swalwell. They chat about North Korea, immigration, and the state of government. Call your congressperson today and let them know how you feel! Chelsea includes a handy segment after this interview showing you how.
Maz Jobrani, star of Netflix Original special Immigrant, and they talk about his personal immigration story.
August 11th: Dear India
Focus: Chelsea travels to India.
It’s a dinner party! Chelsea sits down with a married couple, a friend, and a comedy team. It isn’t long before they are all ribbing each other. They discuss travel and the similarities between India and America.
The episode moves from the dinner party to different segments throughout the episode.
-Chelsea sits down with Vikas Khanna, Michelin-star chef, and they dish about Indian food.
-Chelsea visits the Bankhandi Mahadev Ashram religious center in Old Delhi.
-Chelsea sits down with actress and activist Mallika Sherawat.
-Chelsea and Mallika meet with Shruti Kapoor, founder of Sayfty. It’s an organization that works with young women and girls to teach them to raise their voices against all types of violence.
-Chelsea sits down with Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty.
-Chelsea talks marriage with Jyoti Vadehra and attends a traditional wedding.
-Chelsea visits a festival celebrating Saraswati, the goddess of learning.
What was your favorite Chelsea moment this month? Let me know in the comments!