Nick Cannon clarified a previous comment he made about remarrying ex-wife Mariah Carey. Plus, he talked to guest host tWitch about falling asleep in his college classes, and how he forgets who the mystery contestants are on "The Masked Singer," despite being a producer and host of the hit show.
After he interviewed Brad Pitt and Oprah, Ellen sent her 11-year-old resident reporter Jaden Jefferson to interview tennis champion Naomi Osaka.
Executive Producer Andy is terrified when he's sent to haunted houses every October, but it's really fun for Ellen! She shared some of her favorite Average Andy scares through years, including walks through houses with Ariana Grande, Chrissy Teigen, Eric Stonestreet, and more!
Halsey couldn't decide what was scarier – having to talk about her new boyfriend Evan Peters in public, or getting a box scare from "Cher."
Actor Evan Peters and singer-songwriter Halsey have been a rumored couple for about a month now, but it wasn’t until just recently that they confirmed their status. How did they do it? By attending the American Horror Story 100th Episode celebration dressed as Sonny and Cher. (And Yes, Peters’ ex Emma Roberts was also in attendance. We hope that wasn’t awkward.)
Since Jennifer Aniston is Ellen's close friend, the actress used her time as guest host to share some deep, dark, definitely real secrets about Ellen.
Guest host Jennifer Aniston played one of Ellen’s favorite games, “Burning Questions,” and put Will Ferrell in the hot seat. Find out the weirdest rumor he's ever heard about himself, and the body part he's most proud of.
On Wednesday, Ellen DeGeneres gave UCLA gymnast Nia Dennis the most heartwarming surprise during her visit to The Ellen DeGeneres Show. As the duo chatted about her newfound popularity on social media, Nia, who went viral last month for her Beyoncé-inspired floor routine, told the daytime host that her dreams of competing in the Olympics were put on hold following an unexpected injury.
"Well, I was trying out for 2016 Olympics and I actually tore my Achilles, like, three months before the Olympics," she explained. "And it was really devastating because I feel like everything I sacrificed, my family sacrificed, was just…went down the drain and I really wanted to quit gymnastics."
Nia continued, "But, I had to really dig deep and, like, find it within myself to know that, like, just because one dream is gone, doesn't mean I'm gonna stop myself from achieving the rest of my dreams."