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29 Jul 2020
Beloved talk show star Ellen DeGeneres’ workplace is reportedly under investigation following a series of complaints from staff members past and present about their treatment behind the scenes
24 May 2019
Rumors had recently surfaced that DeGeneres was going to retire, and she wanted to be the first to confront those rumors. DeGeneres took to Twitter to make the announcement. Ellen DeGeneres, via Twitter DeGeneres also said that her fans helped her to realize the value of her show that has been running for 16 years.
18 Mar 2019
Lupita Nyong'o went to some 'Dark Places' filming 'Us'. The actress plays a dual role of Adelaide Wilson and her terrifying doppelgänger, Red, in Jordan Peele's new psychological horror. She spoke about what the roles required on a recent episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

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