Ellen brings back the show with a joke of toilet paper



Ellen DeGeneres has joined the ranks of talk show hosts returning to the air from their own homes. DeGeneres did so on Monday from her glass-walled living room, hoping it could provide a pleasant distraction from the coronavirus pandemic. (See video.) DeGeneres, whose show had suspended production in March due to the epidemic, joked that she was filming from the living room because “all the other rooms in my house are filled with paper toilet “, according to Hollywood Reporter. DeGeneres also made a joke about life in a vacuum: “It’s like being in prison,” she said. “Mainly because I’ve been wearing the same clothes for 10 days and everyone here is gay. “

This joke in particular did not please everyone. “What a great look for Ellen as thousands of people are sitting in real prison cells, just hoping for the best without soap and basic protections,” tweeted Varietyit’s Caroline Framke. About this house: Mansion Global reported in February 2019 that DeGeneres had purchased a $ 27 million mansion – with guest house, gym, and infinity pool overlooking the ocean – on 8 acres of land in Montecito, California, after selling $ 34 million in the same area in July 2018. In 2019 alone, DeGeneres and his wife Portia de Rossi “sold properties for $ 6.98 million, $ 15.5 million dollars and 23 million dollars “, by Architectural summary. (Michelle Obama told DeGeneres about her life in a vacuum.)


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