Ellen DeGeneres Joins Sandra Bullock in Suing Against Fake Beauty Ads
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Both the TV host and the 'Bird Box' star demand marketeers at multiple companies to stop using their names, insisting they have never used the skincare products nor endorse them.

AceShowbiz - Ellen DeGeneres and Sandra Bullock are taking joint legal action against the bosses of multiple companies who are reportedly using fake endorsements from the pair to sell beauty products.

According to TMZ, executives at one of the companies targeted by the powerful duo used a quote from Bullock touting her "amazing new skin" and crediting their own skincare item, while DeGeneres supposedly stated her skin has "never looked better" thanks to her use of another brand's serum.

But the TV host and the actress insist they have never used the skincare products, nor endorsed them, and they are seeking a share of profits made as a result of the fraudulent claims made by marketeers at companies like Alessa Serum, Elliesse Serum, Lavish Skin Care, Life Cell Skin Care, and Glovella, among others.

They have also asked a judge to order the executives in question to stop using their names and likenesses.

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