Saying goodbye to ellen The Ellen DeGeneres Show For good The show will breathe its last breath in 2022. After nearly 4,000 episodes and 2,400 interviews running, it will be the end of an era, but also something we all have seen coming. Fans are now thanking Dakota Johnson for turning it on.
It would never be funny to me that Ellen’s public downfall began when she lied about not being invited to Dakota Johnson’s party when in fact she couldn’t come because she was with her good friend George W. Bush Was in a football game. https://t.co/nVJHdeaSD
– Bridget Todd (@BridgetMarie) 12 May 2021
Why the truth behind it The Ellen DeGeneres Show is ending
Ellen’s downfall can also begin when Dakota Johnson Previously called a “senior moment”, Ellen had her whereabouts. When Ellen appeared to threaten Dakota by not mentioning her to be invited to Dakota’s birthday party, Dakota was not carrying any of her belongings. Instead, he did not back down before calling Ellen out.
Dakota Johnson said: “That’s not really true, Ellen.” The truth was that everyone was talking about the weekend – Ellen was seen in a game with former US President George W. Bush. This drew a lot of heat as Bush is considered a highly problematic public personality, so it seemed very unnatural to hang out with someone who signed an anti-LQBTQ law like DOMA.
or fifty Shades of Grey The star may have felt cheated that the world is finally catching up on lies and manipulation, gaslighting, and power abuse that also permeates celebrity / guest interactions. He may have rolled the ball to resolve other issues.
Dakota Johnson Allen is reading about the end of the show pic.twitter.com/R2xBWL8zAb
– Nico Correa (@ notn1co) 12 May 2021
So, what is the truth behind Ellen’s departure?
Constructive boundaries, Ellen cites. That’s what he said Hollywood reporter, And we quote: “When you’re a creative person, you need to be constantly challenged – and as fantastic as the show is, and as fun as it is, it’s no longer a challenge.”
Due to the timing of this statement, we are having difficulty wrapping our head around this statement. While it’s true that she was doing something with the idea of hitting a break from season one – it’s a busy undertaking, after all, 180 episodes a year are being shot for each season – it’s time that everyone Is troubling.
Ellen explained: “I was going to stop [hosting Ellen] After season 16. That was going to be my last season and they wanted to sign four more years and I said I would probably sign for one. So we [settled] In three more years and I knew this would be my last. That has always been the plan. ”
Ellen Degeneres: “I’m ending the show because it’s no longer a challenge.”
Dakota Johnson: “Actually, no, that’s not true, Ellen,” pic.twitter.com/hpoSJ29NeQ
– Andy Dandy Shitpost (@ANDYdrewME) 12 May 2021
Even in her latest episode, she emphasized: “Two years ago, I signed a deal for three more years and I always knew in my heart that season 19 would be my last.” Seeing this, the fact of the last one year of the turmoil and the stains of the allegations which are difficult to clean up, further strengthened this.
Last year, at a time when the epidemic had thwarted a lot of shooting plans, Ellen was already criticizing, comparing the quarantine experience to the jail, when reports surfaced that her staff were not compensated. There was – objectively, or at all – an epidemic-led adjustment to it. Then a Buzzfeed News investigation uncovered clear details about the show as a toxic workplace with a bullying problem.
Ellen DeGeneres ended her show because “it’s no longer a challenge” pic.twitter.com/PDNl1CWcCg
– Ringer’s Dish (@ringerdish) 12 May 2021
Where are they now?
Since then, a lot has happened. Three senior producers have lost their jobs, and Ellen herself apologized on-air last September. It is difficult not to notice the ripple effect of the scandal. The ratings have dropped since the allegations surfaced, and even though Ellen’s celebrity friends have joined her, viewers have better things to do with her time.
Nielsen data is available as evidence that the show saw a loss of over one million viewers in the next six months following the season 18 premiere. Despite all this, she says that she is not ending it. She was quoted as saying, “If I was leaving because I wouldn’t return this year. I really thought about not coming back, because it was disastrous.”
And then also added how attacks on him, his morality. . . hurt her. “It started with attacks on me and attacked everything I stand for and believe in and made my career.”