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You probably know Fortune Feimster from “Chelsea Lately” with Chelsea Handler. And if you don't, you should. Even Margaret Cho says so. And now's your chance to see her stand-up performance live in Boston on Friday, March 28 at Laugh Boston (425 Summer St.). Plus you'll get to meet your fellow TWCers before the show in one of the three bars in the building. We may have to do a bar crawl to choose which one. We'll get back to you on that. #toughchoices.

Check Fortune out on Conan, and pick up a ticket (normally $25 - that's 20% off!). You can thank us later.

When you arrive at Laugh Boston, just pick up your tickets at Will Call and head inside - the theater is general admission. (Yes, we know you have to put in a mailing address, but you won't be mailed the tickets - that's just a consequence of using the same system for our pineapple stand.)

Want to know more? Here's a little bio:

Fortune began making a name for herself in the standup world after being made a paid regular at the World Famous Comedy Store and being selected as one of the “New Faces” at the renowned Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal. Soon she made her national TV debut on NBC’s “Last Comic Standing” where she finished as a semi-finalist.

During this time, she was flown out twice to New York to audition in front of Lorne Michaels for “Saturday Night Live,” but it would be Chelsea Handler who would give Fortune her next big platform. Fortune has now been a full-time writer and performer on the E! Network’s popular show, “Chelsea Lately,” for the last three years, and is a main cast member on their scripted series “After Lately.”

Most recently Fortune opened for Chelsea at Caesar’s Palace in Windsor and she performed in front of 15,000 people as part of Dave Chappelle and Flight of the Conchord’s “Oddball Fest.” Her standup was also featured on HBO Canada’s “Funny As Hell” and she’ll be appearing in an upcoming episode of Comedy Central’s storytelling show “This Is Not Happening.” She can currently be seen in the Jim Belushi movie, “The Secret Lives of Dorks,” which was just released in theaters.