Gather around children, and allow John Krasinski to tell you, with charm enough to render us all unconscious, about his uncomfortable experience attending the Golden Globes stag.
Ellen Degeneres’ interview/hangout with Hillary Clinton is set to air Monday afternoon, and from the brief teasers we’ve been given so far, it is evident that Clinton has been dutifully pursuing her M.S. in millennial culture.
On Wednesday afternoon, everyone’s favorite grouchy grandfather Bernie Sanders trudged onto the stage of Ellen, for a segment in which he attempted to appeal to voting ineligible children and their mothers.
Politicians have started doing this thing where they do what teenagers do to win attention and honestly that is crazy because politicians are not teenagers and when they do these things it’s uncomfortable for everyone.
Caitlyn Jenner spoke to Ellen about her perspective on gay marriage, and it’s not what one might expect.
Lots of people made a point of spending lots of money to watch (either in person or on TV) the “fight of the century” last night. Beyoncé decided to roll up looking like a dime and basically just win life.
"Make Our Own Way" by Los Angeles duo Little Brutes has been on heavy personal rotation since their Desire EP dropped in January: it's gumption and self-determination interpreted through simple pop lines, minimal handclaps and tambourines. It's also on heavy TV rotation, as the theme song for the new NBC sitcom One…
It's 25 degrees in New York again, on a Monday, which means I've reluctantly climbed back inside the makeshift silk cocoon in my apartment. Luckily, this video of a mom and her daughter dancing to Beyoncé's "7/11" has temporarily warmed my heart.
Does anyone else find it amazing that, after 19 weeks of Shade Court, there's still an enormous group of people who are still out there embarrassing themselves? I'm just kidding, that's not surprising at all. In this week's Shade Court, Matt Lauer tries to get back at Ellen, Drake's fans go H.A.M. on Chris Brown and…
Kanye West has so many cool friends and one of them is Ellen DeGeneres. West and his white voice appeared on her talk show on Thursday to discuss his upcoming project and how much he's changed for the better, post-North. He also debuted his music video for "The Only One," and Ellen was kind enough to spit a verse…
Ellen DeGeneres told a loudmouth religious right anti-gay zealot to have a seat and oh what a glorious seat it was.
...but did anyone watch them? Empirically, gonna say no cause the entirety of Twitter seemed to be live-microblogging Empire, but there was a preponderance of happenings on the red carpet, upon which many attendees looked like they got lost en route to a Jersey megaclub. Also, REALLY well-dressed children. Also, Gina…
OK this is pretty wonderful.
Amy Poehler just released Yes Please, her first memoir, and as such, she's getting a lot of questions about her creative process. "I find that writing topless relaxed me," she explained on yesterday's Ellen. The muse works in mysterious ways.
True actors do whatever it takes to bring their roles to life. Ask Robert Robert De Niro what he did to prepare for Raging Bull. Matthew McConaughey became unrecognizable for Dallas Buyers Club. Did Jon Voight cut corners to create his character in Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2? Absolutely not.
In today's Tweet Beat, Ellen's invitation to Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's wedding was lost in the mail, Mindy Kaling lays down some guidelines and Vanessa Bayer has the right amount of fear of pumpkin spice lattes.
In today's Tweet Beat, Ellie Goulding is reading the comments, Ellen DeGeneres wishes Cher a happy birthday and Carrie Brownstein, you and me both.
In today's Tweet Beat, Ice T has your relationship dealbreaker, Aimee Mann doesn't appreciate social media crossover and Ellen Degeneres reveals that George Clooney's true secret.
In an interview with Ellen Degeneres Tuesday, Dax Shepard said that the sloth he got to surprise his now-wife Kristen Bell — and prompted Bell's legendary meltdown — for her 31st birthday "started a sloth industry," implying that before he and Kristen were into sloths, sloths were hardly the animal darlings they are…