President Obama was a guest on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" this week, and made the host emotional during their discussion of gay rights.
Who is our greatest trickster celebrity: George Clooney, Jimmy Kimmel, Ellen Degeneres, or Adele? After dressing up as an Adele impersonator, the British singer seems to have decided to try out a few more pranks, photobombing fans who decided to take photos with her Oscar before her BBC appearance. "Hello, it's... More »
Michelle & Barack Share Their Sweet Presidential Lovin On Ellen Just when we thought the Obama’s couldn’t get any cuter or more personable, they prove us wrong again. Yesterday Obama appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, where the
In a segment aired on Friday, talk show host Ellen DeGeneres began a gushing softball interview with President Obama by thanking him for pushing the gay rights agenda: “I cannot tell you or thank you enough for what you have for the gay community. So, thank you.”
Barack and Michelle Obama traded a few steamy Valentine’s Day words on The Ellen Degeneres Show a few days ago. While it wasn’t actually Valentine’s Day, Obama got a surprise from first lady Michelle Obama while he was being interviewed by Ellen, so it was only natural for The President to return the favor–and return... Show More Summary
On Friday, Ellen DeGeneres tried to thank President Barack Obama for work towards LGBTQ rights and protections, and he made sure to thank her in return. After Ellen praised Obama for his championing of same-sex marriage, his orders to protect LGBTQ people in the workplace, and his repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t tell, Obama responded: [...]
President Barack Obama on Thursday confessed to talk show host Ellen Degeneres something we all pretty much already knew: that Washington, DC, is ‘boring’ and ‘depressing.’
Appearing on The Ellen Degeneres Show today, President Obama was read a love poem from his wife, Michelle, and explained why he wouldn't be...
President Obama has Valentine's Day figured out: Declare your love for your wife on national TV a couple of days early, then go play golf. "I love you so much," the prez said to Michelle Obama via "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Friday. "I Obamacare about you more than you even know." He'd taped...
President Barack Obama recently went on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." During his last year as president, he reflected on his first. "The good news is, we're generally going in the right direction. My hope is that we'll continue to do so."...Show More Summary
Ellen DeGeneres became emotional while talking with President Obama about gay rights and the fight for equality during a segment for the funny lady’s daytime talk show. DeGeneres praised Obama for all that he has done to advance the cause of ga… Read The post Ellen Tears Up Talking with President Obama About Gay Rights – WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
There's a public school in Detroit that is falling apart, literally, and Ellen DeGeneres just threw a bunch of money and attention at the problem, the Detroit Free Press reports.
Singer-songwriter Greyson Chance stopped by AOL BUILD recently to discuss his career thus far. He's come a long way in six years. In 2009, he earned the attention and praise from none other than talk show host, Ellen DeGeneres. She was proud to have discovered Chance's YouTube video of him performing Lady Gaga's "Paparazzi" on piano. Show More Summary
President Barack Obama chatted with Ellen DeGeneres on her eponymous show Thursday, and thanked her for the role she played "changing hearts and minds" to make marriage equality more accepted.
"Attitudes shift and the laws followed, but it started with folks like you."
Appearing on Friday’s Ellen DeGeneres Show, President Obama lamented the “Twitter culture” in which people “expect quick answers without sacrifice” and complained about supposedly unfair media coverage: “The amount of stuff that is just...Show More Summary
During his visit to The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Friday, President Obama nearly brought tears to the hosts eyes when he credited her for changing hearts and minds on LGBT issues.
Taking a cue from First Lady Michelle Obama, President Obama finally made his first visit to The Ellen DeGeneres Show. In an interview that will air today, Feb. 12, the President joined DeGeneres to discuss why Washington is so depressing, how he deals with the challenges of the office, and why he and Michelle no longer argue. Show More Summary
Ellen DeGeneres just successfully executed her biggest, most generous giveaway ever for Spain Elementary Middle School in Detroit - and it has us in tears. The school, which is led by Principal Ronald Alexander, has been facing a number...Show More Summary
The president considers advances for LGBT equality part of his legacy, calling it "one of the things I'm proudest of."