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'The Ellen Show' set to return this Monday

Starting on April 6, Ellen will be taping shows from her own home.

Editor's note: The related video was published in 2018 about Beto O'Rourke's appearance on the show.

"The Ellen DeGeneres Show” is returning on Monday, April 6, after a 21-day break due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The show will continue on with remotely produced episodes filmed at Ellen’s home amid social-distancing regulations.

“Since going into quarantine two weeks ago, I’ve been doing my show at home every day. But only for Portia. Starting Monday, you’ll be able to see it too, and I can’t wait,” Ellen DeGeneres said.

Initially, Ellen tweeted that the show would return on March 30; however, that was delayed as a result of the spreading pandemic.

Watch Ellen announce the show's return:

The at-home segments of the talk show will feature guests joining Ellen via video chat.

Next week’s lineup of guests includes exclusive interviews with Jennifer Lopez, Chrissy Teigan and John Legend, as well as check-ins with Drew and Brittany Brees, and David Spade.

The show's resident dancer, Stephen "tWitch" Boss, and Executive Producer Andy Lassner will also be making cameo appearances.


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