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Ellen DeGeneres, Producer: Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Emmy-winning talk show host Ellen Lee DeGeneres was born in Metairie, Louisiana, a New Orleans suburb. She is the daughter of Betty DeGeneres (née Elizabeth Jane Pfeffer), a speech therapist, and Elliott Everett DeGeneres, an Born: Jan 26,
Ellen Lee DeGeneres (/ d ə ˈ dʒ ɛ n ər ə s / də-JEN-ər-əs; born January 26, ) is an American comedian, television host, actress, writer, producer, and LGBT activist. She starred in the popular sitcom Ellen from to and has hosted her syndicated TV talk show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, since Her stand-up career started in the early s, and included a
The Ellen DeGeneres Show is an hour-long, five-days-a-week, talk-variety show. Find Ellen's monologue, celebrity photos and videos, games, giveaways, how to get tickets and more on The Ellen .

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The app became a huge success after its May launch, rising to the top of the App Store with over , downloads during its first month. By July , it had been downloaded more than 25 million times. To this day, Heads Up! Since the show's debut, DeGeneres has segued from her opening monologue by doing a dance.

The dancing proved to be extremely popular with viewers, and has since progressed to a segment where DeGeneres dances into the audience, sometimes borrowing a coat or purse from someone's chair, and taking it with her.

She has also featured a segment in which people teach her new dance moves. One of her most famous dance moves is dancing over the table, where she straddles the coffee table and dances from one end to the other. Although she does not do it every day, dancing over the table is a recurring theme. As an April Fools' Day prank in , the show's staff placed a wider table top over her normal table.

During the show, when DeGeneres attempted to dance over it, she barely made it across, being forced on her tip-toes and using the table as leverage. In September , four major record labels sued the producers of the show for unspecified damages over the dance routine, for allegedly using songs without permission.

DeGeneres's mother, Betty , attends the show regularly and is frequently featured on camera. It is now filmed in studio 1 named "The Ellen Stage" since her 2,th show that took place in November on the Warner Bros. Margaret Smith left the show to work on her own projects, including her first book, What Was I Thinking? Amy Rhodes, a former writer for the program, regularly appeared on camera during various segments.

Unlike most talk shows, the show uses a disc jockey to supply music rather than a band. He was later replaced by Tony Okungbowa , who DJed through season 3. Due to his growing acting career, Okungbowa left the show, and a few guest DJs were brought in to try out for the position. Abrahams stayed on the show for one season, and also left as his acting career grew.

Stryker stayed for one season until Okungbowa returned. In a recent [ when? Starting in season 11, several episodes include celebrity "guest DJs" filling the DJ position in Okungbowa's absence. Okungbowa made a return appearance on the show in the April 28, episode, while Loni made a return in the June 5, episode. DeGeneres, a member of the Writers Guild of America , supported the writers' strike.

DeGeneres decided to abstain from doing a monologue on her show which is typically written by WGA writers during the strike. Phil and Live with Regis and Kelly during the competitive November sweeps period , and that DeGeneres must fulfill her duties as host and producer, lest her show lose its time slot or be held in breach of contract. The WGAE then issued a response pointing out that DeGeneres is also a Writers Guild member, and that any writing work she did on her show during the strike constituted struck work.

Several episodes have aired with a special theme or format, including a "Backwards Show", entire episodes themed around Broadway productions, a Thanksgiving special taped in the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City, an entire episode which included Deltalina filmed on a Delta airplane, and Ellen's Birthday Show. Other recurring themes feature products from sponsors DeGeneres likes similar to Oprah's Favorite Things from the now ended The Oprah Winfrey Show , specials following awards show telecasts such as the Academy Awards , and numerous milestone episodes e.

In , an episode aired commemorating the 20th anniversary of " The Puppy Episode ", the episode of her sitcom Ellen , in which her character Ellen Morgan came out as a lesbian. On January 11, , DeGeneres announced that she was going to Australia in March with her wife, Australian actress Portia de Rossi , after having wanted to go for many years, however being unable to visit in summer which she preferred due to taping conflicts of her show.

On March 3, , DeGeneres hosted the show live, one day after her being the host of the 86th Academy Awards. On two occasions, DeGeneres was unable to host the show due to sickness. On January 24, , guest DJ for that day Ellie Kemper filled in to be the first guest host on the show. On May 30, Sean Hayes hosted the show. On May 31, Kristen Bell hosted the show.

In late August , Ellen announced that the last episode of the season would be guest-hosted by Lea Michele , whose birthday was on the day of the taping of the episode, as her gift to Lea. Two "bonus" episodes aired afterwards, which were hosted by Mario Lopez. Show all 10 episodes. Show all 24 episodes. Here and Now TV Special documentary consultant. Show all 14 episodes. Jagged Little Pill - Live Video special thanks. Show all 21 episodes.

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Ellentube is the video destination for Ellen. Find the best and exclusive show content, user submitted videos, celebrity interviews, games, giveaways, and more. Ellen Lee DeGeneres (/ d ə ˈ dʒ ɛ n ər ə s / də-JEN-ər-əs; born January 26, ) is an American comedian, television host, actress, writer, producer, and LGBT activist. She starred in the popular sitcom Ellen from to and has hosted her syndicated TV talk show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, since Her stand-up career started in the early s, and included a Ellen DeGeneres, Producer: Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Emmy-winning talk show host Ellen Lee DeGeneres was born in Metairie, Louisiana, a New Orleans suburb. She is the daughter of Betty DeGeneres (née Elizabeth Jane Pfeffer), a speech therapist, and Elliott Everett DeGeneres, an Born: Jan 26,