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Chelsea Handler Wraps Up Seven Seasons Of "Chelsea Lately"

(Undated) -- Chelsea Handler is bidding farewell to her E! series, "Chelsea Lately." On Tuesday's series finale, Chelsea enlisted an all-star group of celebrities to help sing a special version of "We Are The World." No Doubt singer Gwen Stefani got the song started and Chelsea followed her up.
 
Among the other stars who lent their voices to the farewell tune were Jeff Bridges, Fergie, Tim Gunn, Avril Lavigne, Leah Remini, Kathy Griffin, Tim Allen, Sammy Hagar, Josh Gad, and Alanis Morissette. Following the song, Chelsea thanked her crew as well as her fans. She also promised to see them soon when she starts her new gig on Netflix. Apart from the celebrity-filled chorus, the night featured a number of other special guests. Ellen DeGeneres was the first to show up, confronting Chelsea in the shower and demanding to know why she was never invited on the show. Chelsea also sat down with friends Mary McCormack, Jennifer Aniston and Sandra Bullock, who all held an intervention for her.

Chelsea also welcomed her ex-boyfriend, rapper 50 Cent, to the show. Reunited for the first time since their break-up, the pair didn't miss the opportunity to flirt as Chelsea introduced 50 and his group, G-Unit. They performed their new song "Watch Me" for the first time on television. Miley Cyrus also took the stage, performing a cover of Roy Orbison's song "It's Over."

Ellen DeGeneres confronts Chelsea in the shower about why she hasn't been invited on the show.
Mary McCormack jokes that Chelsea's next gig at Netflix is really a rehab facility.
Jennifer Aniston complains that Chelsea always copies her.
Chelsea talks to 50 Cent and jokes that his album must be about her.
Miley Cyrus performs Roy Orbison's "It's Over."

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