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Lisa Lampanelli’s Losin’ It!

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Lisa Lampanelli’s
Losin’ It!
A hilarious night about stuffing your face and eating your feelings

Presented in partnership with KUT-FM

The former Queen of Mean is now the Queen of Lean! Lisa Lampanelli’s Losin’ It! is an intimate collection of humorous observations and real-life stories curated and performed by Lisa and Frank Liotti. Inspired by her work with  The Moth Radio Hour, Lisa has created a heartfelt theatrical evening focusing on the issues of weight, body image, and “losin’ it!” Performed in the spirit of The Vagina Monologues and Love, Loss, & What I Wore, Lisa and Liotti enchant theatergoers with hilarious, touching anecdotes about their own weight struggles, and lively audience interaction.

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Articles
BWW Review: LISA LAMPANELLI'S LOSIN' IT at Des Moines Performing Arts: An Unforgettable Evening About How We View Ourselves

I decided stand-up comedy really wasn’t for me anymore. It wasn’t making my heart happy. So, I created Losin’ It!, a show using comedy to talk about weight and body issues, which are things I’ve struggled with for years. This is so much more fulfilling!

– Lisa Lampanelli

Lisa Lampanelli Discusses Her Storytelling Show, "Lisa Lampanelli's Losin' It" from BUILD Series on YouTube.

Fun Facts:

  • Having become known to audiences from appearances on Comedy Central, the Howard Stern Show, and the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Lisa Lampanelli became a household name when she raised $130,000 for the Gay Men’s Health Crisis as a contestant on NBC’s Celebrity Apprentice.
  • In 2015, Lampanelli shot her fifth stand-up special, Back to the Drawing Board, which earned her a second Grammy nomination.
  • Lisa Lampanelli made headlines in 2012 for losing more than 100 pounds with the help of bariatric surgery. Noticing how her stories of weight-loss struggles resonated with her fans, Lampanelli wrote the play Stuffed, which had two-off Broadway runs in 2016 and 2017.