On Thursday, your virgin Bachelor and mine, Colton Underwood, appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show to “meet” three contestants from his upcoming season, which is scheduled to air on ABC in January. The ladies are certainly sweet and end-of-episode-blooper-reel ready (one woman, Sydney, offers the misremembered pickup…
Carrie Underwood stopped by Ellen to promote her new album Cry Pretty (which will probably debut at #1 on the Billboard charts), and when asked about the accident that left her with more than 40 stitches last year, provided what might be the most candid and detailed description of what happened.
Canadian skaters Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir brought home their third gold medal from PyeongChang for their incredibly sexy ice dancing that set the Internet’s heart aflutter and other parts a-quiver. Virtue and Moir deny they are in a romantic relationship, and much like everyone else, Ellen DeGeneres does not…
Quick question: have you ever made Jennifer Garner sad? I mean, like, have you ever done something that had a direct—we’re talking causal—relationship to Jennifer Garner becoming sad? Ben Affleck certainly has. As has Scott Foley. Maybe even Bradley Cooper and/or Victor Garber! (Though who’s to say for certain.) The…
In the weeks and months to come, we’ll get to watch Justin Timberlake continue to awkwardly promote a project no one seems much excited by, including himself. And then one day it will be over, and then not long after that, the earth will overheat and everything will be over. Things to look forward to.
Tiffany Haddish was on Ellen and managed to be more interesting, engaging, funny, and charming in six minutes than any other guest in recent memory.
Ellen DeGeneres’s unfortunate commitment to “pranks” means that at some point she’s gonna piss you off by tormenting one of your favorite celebrities. Here it is for me.
Even though your day is probably bad enough, thanks to just about every other piece of news coming from just about every other source on the internet, watching this video of celebrity chef and Food Network star Giada De Laurentiis desperately trying to get Ellen DeGeneres and Nicole Kidman to pay attention as she…
In 1997, 42 million people tuned in to watch the character Ellen Morgan and the actor Ellen DeGeneres come out in an episode of her sitcom. “The Puppy Episode” is full of jokes referencing the rumors that Ellen was gay and the expectations of the audience at home. The audience in the studio cheered wildly at every one.
Earlier this week, Ellen Degeneres confirmed rumors via Twitter that she booted gospel singer Kim Burrell from Thursday’s episode of her show (alongside Pharrell Williams) due to a series of homophobic remarks she had made during a church sermon.
After a video of her calling homosexuals “perverted” during a church sermon emerged late last week, gospel singer Kim Burrell’s scheduled appearance on Thursday’s episode of Ellen has officially been canceled.
Mariah Carey is such an amalgamation of superstar self-investment and pronounced preciousness that she can’t even explain herself. And that’s fair: Trying to explain a force like Mariah would be like trying to explain the wind. And so, in interviews she usually deflects, deflects, deflects, calling on her diva rights…
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.