David Spade had an out-of-body experience at Ellen’s 60th birthday bash that involved weed, celebrities, and thinking Ellen was Justin Bieber for most of the party.
Fri, Feb 16th, '18 - 8:20 pm
Thu, Feb 15th, '18 - 9:40 pm
The Incredibles are back on June 15.
Thu, Feb 15th, '18 - 9:38 pm
“Dan, I Thought You Were Dead”
Thu, Feb 15th, '18 - 9:37 pm
Nicole Eggert’s co-star Alexander Polinsky claims Scott Baio exposed his genitals to him and called him a homophobic slur when he was just 11 years old.
Wed, Feb 14th, '18 - 8:37 pm
Being single on Valentine’s Day can suck. But here are three benefits of being single the rest of the year. And they’re all backed up by science . . ..
1. You have more friends. A study in 2015 found married people have fewer close friends. And their friends aren’t as supportive as friends of people who never marry.
A study in 2008 found that having regular contact with at least 10 friends made people significantly happier. And family members don’t really count.
2. Single people stay in better shape. A study in 2004 showed they exercise a lot more than married people do. And a study in 2015 backed it up. On average, married people weighed five pounds more than single people did.
3. Single people have more alone time, which makes them more productive. Studies have found it’s easier to focus without all the distractions that come with having a spouse and a family. Which can make advancing your career a little easier.
And other studies have suggested that staying single also makes it easier to grow as a person and try new things.
Mon, Feb 12th, '18 - 8:46 pm
Thirteen-year-old Ryan McKenna went viral after he took selfies with Justin Timberlake during the Super Bowl halftime show, and now he’s chatting with Ellen – and Justin – about his big moment.
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Fri, Feb 9th, '18 - 10:34 pm
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Calvin Harris – Nuh Ready Nuh Ready feat. PARTYNEXTDOOR (OFFICIAL VIDEO)
Thu, Feb 8th, '18 - 7:43 pm
Ellen chats with Amy Schumer about her new movie, “I Feel Pretty,” and debuts a trailer for the film, coming soon!
Wed, Feb 7th, '18 - 10:21 pm
Birth order can not only affect your personality, but it can affect your dating experiences.
Check out how your birth order affects your relationships below!
The First Child
The first child tends to be reliable, cautious, and high-achieving. Dating you is straightforward. You go through the steps to progress the relationship and you don’t like undefined situations!
It can take quite some time for you to open up easily, and you hate rushing into things. You’re structured, responsible and rarely ever late. You can be competitive with your partner, and sometimes will one-up them. You just really enjoy winning, and who doesn’t?
The Middle Child
You’re cooperative, independent, and empathetic. Yet, you can also be rebellious. Dating you is like being dealt a wild card!
You’re easy to get along with, a great listener and you don’t have a big ego. Plus, you’re willing to try new things!
You’re the baby of the family so you’re notoriously fun-loving, outgoing, and carefree. Dating you is an adventure with some awesome perks. You know the best places to eat, hang out and go! You don’t mind mundane things, meaning you’re calm and relaxed!
Sometimes you can be naive and overly optimistic, and need your partner to get you back on the ground.
The Only Child
You’re self-sufficient, diligent, and a perfectionist. Dating you may not be easy because of how okay you are being on your own. Seriously, you love your alone time.
When you first get with someone, you’re completely guarded. You might even come across as a bit standoffish and like you don’t really need anyone but yourself. However, the moment you feel like you can trust and open yourself up, you give yourself fully and you love wholly.