Ellen Degeneres Was Exposed & Her Attempts to Look Nice Are Fooling Nobody

Ellen DeGeneres is doing her best to look like a good person after her mask was removed. But it's far too late to save her career.
  • Ellen DeGeneres is well aware of the claims that her “nice” persona is a facade.
  • Unfortunately, it’s far too little and far too late to save her career.
  • Is she leaving the industry for good?

Ellen DeGeneres knows you’re talking about her.

The talk show host and sometime actress appears to be well aware of the claims that her “nice” facade is nothing but a facade. 

And even though she’s trying her best to show she’s super, super sweet, the damage has already been done.

Ellen DeGeneres Really Is Nice — She Swears It!

Ellen DeGeneres doesn’t want you to think about how poorly she treated her staff, how nasty she was to waitresses, and how fake she is to everyone but the most famous celebrities in Hollywood.

So did she go out and feed the homeless? Did she volunteer her time at a pet shelter? Did she donate a bunch of face masks to essential workers during the global pandemic we’re all well aware of, at this point?

Nope.

Instead, she posed for a paparazzi shoot with her wife, Portia de Rossi, where she showed rare PDA.

Posing with your wife can’t erase all the bad headlines about you, Ellen DeGeneres. | Source: Instagram

Talk about doing the absolute least, Ellen!

It appears that DeGeneres could be cracking under the pressure of all these accusations.

She’s cracking so much that she just might be leaving the industry altogether.

Not Just Sour Grapes

According to a source close to the Finding Dory actress, DeGeneres is near the end of her rope when it comes to the accusations of her “mean girl” behavior.

Not even a segment where she ranks her staff members’ babies and puppies seem to be giving her some much-needed positive press. (Who besides a complete sociopath is going to say “your baby is ugly, and your dog looks like a gremlin”?)

According to the source close to Ellen DeGeneres:

Ellen is at the end of her rope. She thought this was all just sour grapes from a few haters. But it’s not a passing thing — the hits just keep coming. Ellen’s so grateful to have Portia in her life as a soulmate and a sounding board, but that doesn’t mean it’s been easy. Their home life is strained right now… Her real friends never ask her to be funny or tell jokes. They accept her as is.

DeGeneres and de Rossi are so under pressure that they’ve listed their Beverly Hills home, and are rumored to be trying to leave Hollywood for good.

Unfortunately, it’s difficult to feel bad for Ellen DeGeneres in a situation like this. She wasn’t chased out of the industry.  Her bad behavior finally caught up with her, and now, she’s dealing with the consequences.

Just keep swimming, Ellen!

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Published:
May 26, 2020 9:59 PM UTC
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