Tuesday, July 16, 2024

Ellen DeGeneres Affirms “I Am Not a Mean Person” During Stand-up Comedy Show

Ellen DeGeneres Addresses Controversies in Stand-Up Comedy Tour

Ellen DeGeneres, the beloved comedian and talk show host, is using her return to stand-up comedy as a platform to address the controversies surrounding her past behavior. In her recent show as part of the Ellen’s Last Stand…Up tour in Santa Rosa, California, DeGeneres candidly responded to reports of a toxic work environment on her daytime talk show.

Despite the allegations, DeGeneres stood up for herself, affirming to the crowd that she is not mean but acknowledging that she can be demanding and tough as a boss. She also admitted that the scandal has taken a toll on her, causing her to rethink her approach to criticism.

As DeGeneres prepares for her final stand-up special, set to stream on Netflix, she revealed that this will be her last special and that she plans to disappear from the public eye once it’s released. In a Q&A session with fans, she confirmed that this will mark the end of her career in comedy and entertainment.

The Ellen’s Last Stand…Up tour will continue throughout North America this summer, culminating in three final dates at Minneapolis’ Orpheum Theater in August. Despite the controversies, Ellen DeGeneres remains a prominent figure in the entertainment industry and continues to connect with audiences through her humor and candid reflections.

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