Diane Keaton, who cannot give a shit anymore, nor should she, is looking for a man.
The cast of the Ghostbusters reboot stopped by Ellen on Wednesday, leading to a delightful moment in which Saturday Night Live’s Leslie Jones almost brought Kate McKinnon, Kristen Wiig, and Melissa McCarthy to the point of crying laughter with her recollections of her former job as a Scientology telemarketer.
After two decades with a sign that says “PUSSY POSSE: NO GIRLS ALLOWED (UNLESS UR NAKED OR BROUGHT WEED)” hanging outside their perpetually sticky clubhouse, Leonardo DiCaprio and his closest bros have decided to change the name of their clique.
Rihanna and George Clooney stopped by The Ellen Show and played a delightful and slightly scandalous game of Never Have I Ever. Things didn’t get as juicy as one might hope because, after all, it is daytime television and Ellen, but the video is highly entertaining nonetheless.
The baby discrimination in Hollywood is ceaseless, and American Sniper is ground zero. Not only did the film utilize the services of a plastic baby who reached a level of perfection grossly unattainable to actual babies, but now star Bradley Cooper is unfairly SLAMMING the plastic baby he worked with. When will it end?
In just two minutes, Bernie Sanders tells America: what the name of his Ben & Jerry’s flavor would be (“Burn Bernie Burn,” he says, misspeaking); if he’s ever been in handcuffs (“Yes,” he says, “though I don’t know exactly what you mean by that”); who’s got better hair, him or Trump (“That goes without saying”); who…
Fact: Unless you are a professional paleontologist, any six-year-old child in America can absolutely humiliate you at dinosaur trivia. Don’t feel bad; that includes Chris Pratt, who stars in the upcoming dino-stravaganza Jurassic World.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Ellen is moving through her stages of grief, Zendaya deals with a crisis and Ed Sheeran isn’t a fan of the hard stuff.
Madonna stopped by The Ellen Show Tuesday, confirming that while the things she says often do not come off well in print, her comments are always much drier and funnier on video.
When her husband took office, First Lady Michelle Obama was notoriously reticent about moving into America's most famous address. And though she's warmed to it a bit, the thing she's most excited about doing when she's out of the White House may surprise you: as she told Ellen Monday, she really just wants to open…
Gwyneth Paltrow, Johnny Depp, and Paul Bettany made more of a splash playing "Never have I Ever" on The Ellen Degeneres Show than they did promoting their new movie Mortdecai, (but shouts to the film's trailer for that amazing nod to the time Dick Cheney's accidentally shot his friend while hunting.) Now, "Never have…
Hey, Lambs. Got some cool news. Mariah Carey is going to Vegas.
"It's very easy to be patient with him. He's just a remarkable kid," the always adorable Chris Pratt told Ellen about his equally adorable son Jack. And for one small moment, everything in the world seemed right and good and sweet.
Dancing is basically the most dangerous and assaultive thing one can do in public. Especially if one's doing it while black. Just watch this video for evidence.
In today's Tweet Beat, if anyone can break the internet, it's Ellen and Portia, Kevin Hart cops to his Ugg obsession and Rosie O'Donnell is an artist, apparently.
Ya girl Taylor Swift performed on Kimmel last night and there were no riots, but if you listen closely you can hear the frenzied din of freaking-out fans beneath her.
I have always held a suspicion that Ellen Degeneres is actually kind of evil. Like squeeing hamsters evil. She wouldn't actually kill them, but she'd squeeze them until they were uncomfortable. That's why it's not surprising that Modern Family's Eric Stonestreet has decided to boycott her forever.
The best part: "Kids don't know what fractals are."
In today's Tweet Beat, Lady Gaga releases the album artwork for her upcoming duets album with Tony Bennett, Conan O'Brien has a brilliant invention and Ellen gives the Hollywood weather report.
Sophia Grace and Rosie, the little cousins from Essex, England who we were all so charmed by after their "Super Bass" cover in 2o11 and are now all >:\ about in 2014, have a five — count 'em: FIVE — picture deal with Warner Brothers.