Friday, January 22, 2021
Friday, January 22, 2021

Ellen Will NOT Quit Show Anymore and Plans to Return on Sept. 9: Internal Emails

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Ellen DeGeneres will not quit her daytime TV show amid a number of allegations, according to an internal email, Your Content has learned.

She is scheduled to report for work this month for ‘Ellen’s Games of Games’ and the ‘Ellen Show’ is scheduled to premier September 9.

But TV host James Corden is reportedly being considered to replace Ellen in her popular time-slot, according to DailyMail.com.

Only celebrity manager Scooter Braun and radio host Kyle Sandilands have publicly defended Ellen.

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Earlier this month, one current and 10 former employees at the Ellen DeGeneres Show revealed there is a toxic work environment fostered at the show.

Former staffers have accused Ellen of ‘turning a blind eye’ to rampant sexual misconduct by senior-level producers on her hit daytime TV talk show.

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