“Queen of Mean” Lisa Lampanelli is an equal opportunity insulter. “I don’t single out any one group, and so I think that’s why people go, ‘Hey, I’m on board for all of it,’ ” she says. Lampanelli will perform Saturday at the Uptown Theater.
“Queen of Mean” Lisa Lampanelli is an equal opportunity insulter. “I don’t single out any one group, and so I think that’s why people go, ‘Hey, I’m on board for all of it,’ ” she says. Lampanelli will perform Saturday at the Uptown Theater. Dan Dion
“Queen of Mean” Lisa Lampanelli is an equal opportunity insulter. “I don’t single out any one group, and so I think that’s why people go, ‘Hey, I’m on board for all of it,’ ” she says. Lampanelli will perform Saturday at the Uptown Theater. Dan Dion

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