It will be interesting to see if her weight loss changes Lisa Lampanelli’s attitude. Lisa and her husband Jimmy have both had gastric sleeve surgery and as a result, she’s lost 60 lbs. When she was on Celebrity Apprentice, Lisa was an angry overweight comic – she gobbled fast food and was critical to the point of cruelty to her slim and pretty competitors. As smart as Lisa is, she must have seen her negativity on the show turned off a lot of viewers and did little to enhance her popularity. Now that she’s losing weight she not only LOOKS better, she seems happier and less combative, but still funny. Feeling better about herself makes a difference. Good for her!


Posted by Janet on July 25, 2012

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9 Comments so far

  1. By yoyo
    On July 25, 2012 at

    Being healthy is your lottery in life, without it, nothing matters. Good for Lisa & I doubt it’ll change her comedic style, she’ll always be edgy.

  2. By Pippa Martin-St Onge
    On July 25, 2012 at

    She is still a putrid and middling entertainer.

  3. By Noblecascade
    On July 25, 2012 at

    Do not care for this woman. I do not think she is funny.

  4. By forrest gump
    On July 25, 2012 at

    “Coffin-Persons” are her role models lately?

  5. By Reta
    On July 25, 2012 at

    Janet, you must have been watching a different “Apprentice” than I was. Lisa L was the one to beat as far as I could see, and always DID do more of the work and effort than her “skinny” counterpoints. I thought for sure she or Clay would take it and thought Arsenio sucked balls and truly The Donald got it wrong this time. (Maybe anti-gay)? I was impressed with how intelligent Clay was on all the tasks, as was Lisa.

    I’m beginning to think, as many posters on this site in the past have noted to you Janet, that you yourself may be a bit homophobic. It would explain the huge number of gay-bashing comments on this site and your allowing them to remain.

    Dare you to leave this post up!

    To Lisa: you’re brilliant, hilarious, and I get you. You will never “lose your edge” unless of couse, someone removes your brain, for that’s where your talent lives…NOT in your shrinking waistline. You go gurrrl!

  6. By Palermo
    On July 26, 2012 at

    Wow, Janet, your remarks are always so slanted against the evil “fat” people. Everybody else is slim and pretty eh? It’s so clear you think anybody who is overweight can’t be a good person.

  7. By E
    On August 2, 2012 at

    Are you kidding? Everything Lampanelli did on that show was calculated, from the abuse she hurled at people both in public and behind their backs, to the sniveling fake crying she did when she suddenly pretended to know what “respect” was with all her sucking up to “Mr. Trump sir”

  8. By E
    On August 2, 2012 at

    PS: The “Are you kidding” was NOT to other commenters, but in reference to Janet’s thoughts that Lampanelli had no idea how she came across!

  9. By icon pack
    On September 17, 2012 at

    Completely I share your opinion. In it something is and it ix good idea. It is ready to support you.

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