Ellen DeGeneres
The latest news about Ellen DeGeneres, the out comedian and host of The Ellen Show. Ellen DeGeneres famously came out on her television sitcom Ellen in 1997, which was preceded by a cover article on Time Magazine that read, "Yep, I'm Gay" and a coming out to Oprah Winfrey. DeGeneres is a popular host for many awards ceremonies, including The Oscars and the Primetime Emmys, and was a voice actor for the Pixar film Finding Nemo, on which she played the character of the forgetful Dory. She married actress Portia de Rossi in 2008.
WATCH: Ellen Takes on Target's Horrible Photoshop Controversy
April 04 2014 9:57 AM ET

WATCH: Ellen Takes on Target's Horrible Photoshop Controversy

Jami Smith

The only good thing to come out of the Target Photoshop controversy is that Ellen spoofs it brilliantly. She sets the record straight about the model's impossible features.

Ellen Wins Big at 86th Academy Awards
March 05 2014 3:21 PM ET

Ellen Wins Big at 86th Academy Awards

Ran Aubrey Frazier

More than 43 million viewers tuned in to watch Ellen DeGeneres host film's biggest night.

Liza Minnelli Responds to Ellen's Drag Queen Joke at the Oscars
March 04 2014 9:43 PM ET

Liza Minnelli Responds to Ellen's Drag Queen Joke at the Oscars

Jase Peeples

The LGBT icon tells TMZ what how she felt when Ellen joked that Minnelli looked like a drag queen at the Oscars.

Guess How Much the Oscars Pizza Guy Got Tipped
March 03 2014 9:29 PM ET

Guess How Much the Oscars Pizza Guy Got Tipped

Jami Smith

Apparently, Pharrell's giant hat made a pretty good tip jar for the pizza delivery guy at the Oscars.

WATCH: In the Bedroom With Ellen and Portia (and Jimmy Kimmel)
March 03 2014 6:22 PM ET

WATCH: In the Bedroom With Ellen and Portia (and Jimmy)

Jami Smith

You'd think that Ellen and Portia could get some privacy after a long night of hanging out with celebrities at the Oscars.

Best Tweets: Ellen Hosts (and Tweets) the Oscars
March 03 2014 1:06 AM ET

Best Tweets: Ellen Hosts (and Tweets) the Oscars

Jami Smith

Ellen temporarily broke Twitter hosting the Oscars. Luckily, that didn't stop the jokes.

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