Big things always come in small packages, but are big people supposed to be afraid of tiny critters? It turns out one of the most popular movie stars on the planet is terrified of mice!
Ellen DeGeneres has had countless, talented children perform on her talk show over the years. Often she brings them together with their idols. Whether it was Sophia Grace meeting Nicki Minaj in 2011 or on Tuesday's show, where Anthony “JFreeze” Naylor Jr. met his dance deity, Cryus “Glitch”. It never gets old.
JFreeze stole American hearts when he auditioned for So You Think You Can Dance on May 21. Watch him meet Glitch after the jump; then re-watch Sophia Grace being surprised by Nicki Minaj.
Who are the most powerful women in the world, and what presence do they have in shaping daytime television? Forbes addressed the first part of that question in their annual ranking of the World's Most Powerful Women.
Among those associated with daytime who made the cut, Oprah Winfrey came in highest at No. 13. The former daytime talk show host, who still produces daytime programming (Dr. Phil, Dr. Oz, Rachael Ray) via Harpo Productions, was cited for the turnaround at her cable network OWN. READ MORE
On Days of Our Lives, he's the patriarch of the ruthless, Kiriakis dynasty, but in real life John Aniston is the proud papa of one Jennifer Aniston. On today's episode of Ellen, the Anistons teamed up with Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi for an installment of Ellen's goofy soap spoof The Tales of Yesterday's Tomorrows. Watch the insanity after the jump! READ MORE
Looks like Matthew Perry and Courteney Cox may no longer be there for Jennifer Aniston. In a hilarious sketch promoting her co-hosting gig on today's episode of Ellen, TV's former Rachel Green gets nothing but shade from her old Friends, not to mention Ellen and Portia! Watch the clip below. READ MORE
The devastating explosions at the Boston Marathon have had the entire country reeling since Monday. Daytime talk show host Ellen DeGeneres used the tag of her self-titled program to convey her thoughts to the city of Boston and her audience as a whole. I totally agree with her short, simple message — be kind to one another. Watch the video after the jump. READ MORE