Ellen DeGeneres will address the scandal surrounding the allegedly “toxic” work environment on her daily TV show at a fan conference.
The American presenter has come under fire since allegations about her treatment of employees were first made in an article on Buzzfeed earlier this summer.
She apologized and two producers were fired from the show following an investigation ordered by WarnerMedia executives.
Ellen has kept a low profile since then, but faced questions about her handling of the controversy as she left a Southern California restaurant with a friend over the weekend.
As the on-call cameramen bombarded her with questions, Ellen responded with a simple, “I’ll talk to my fans,” before declining to go into more detail.
His comment came after it was revealed that Channel Nine in Australia, which broadcast The Ellen DeGeneres Show in the country, would be ceasing the show.
“We are resting Ellen repeat on Nine and have replaced it with Desperate Housewives,” a Channel Nine spokesperson told Daily Mail Online.
Rehearsals will continue to air on multi-channel 9Gem, and the outlet added that discussions are underway between Channel Nine and Warner Bros. regarding the potential airing of the show’s next season, which is currently scheduled to air. next month.