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In the new version, the comedian shows up in the back seat and provides hilarious commentaries as the 'Dallas Buyers Club' star contemplating his moves in front of a big bull.
The talk show host tries to twerk with Minaj and her dancers in a hilarious video debuted during the newest episode of 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show'.
Jennifer Aniston, Sandra Bullock, Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez, Gerard Butler and many other celebrities stop by the show to help Handler sing goodbye to E!.
DeGeneres, who tied the knot with De Rossi in 2008, shares a photo of her and her wife looking happy as they pose against the blue sky with the word 'six' written on it.
Steve Martin also takes to Twitter to mourn the death of the Oscar-winning actor, calling him a 'mensch, great talent, acting partner, genuine soul.'
The 'next phase' of the Emmy-winning talk-show host is to build 'the biggest brand name that you can imagine'
Neil Patrick Harris, Michael Sam and Robin Roberts are among popular names who are included in this year's list of the most influential LGBT voices in American culture by Out magazine.
The talk show host was bragging to the President about the fact that she beat his one time record of most retweeted post.
The former statesman takes to Facebook to share an image of his younger version standing in front of a mirror holding a camera and tags Ellen DeGeneres in the post.
A Twitter account for 'The Simpsons' shares their version of the famous selfie, saying the photo has 'a wider view' with Homer Simpson being kicked by Bradley Cooper.
Minnelli tried to get into DeGeners' photo with Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence and Jared Leto but she failed because of her height.
The man who delivered pizza at the Oscars, Edgar Martirosyan, says that he thought he would deliver the food to staffers at the show, adding that he was 'in shock' when appearing onstage.
The selfie, which features A-list stars such as Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep and Brad Pitt among others, breaks Twitter for some users.
The Oscar host lets the audience know that the 'American Hustle' actress tripped over a cone on the red carpet earlier that night, saying, 'If you win tonight, I think we should bring you the Oscar.'
The 'Miss Congeniality' was inspired to write the comedy after watching DeGeneres 'learning how to walk in a dress and heels' ahead of her Emmy hosting gig.