The Ellen DeGeneres Show
On "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," the Maroon 5 frontman said he's having the "greatest time" after moving on from NBC's talent competition series.
Appearing on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," the 23-year-old opened up about being part of the first LGBTQ couple in the American "Bachelor" franchise.
The "America's Got Talent" judge got tripped up by The Lie Detector Game.
The talk show host tried to play matchmaker for the "Black Panther" star and the tennis champion last year.
The three-time Grammy winner told Ellen DeGeneres that he even popped the question at that very first meeting.
“Listen, anything can happen."
The "Late Night" star got real about life at home with her daughter, Katherine.
The pop singer said she regrets putting the boy-band heartthrob on blast after their breakup.
The “Spider-Man: Far From Home” star got his comeuppance, however, when he was subjected to one of the host's signature pranks.
The actor tells Ellen DeGeneres he'd love to re-team with Gaga and create a one-night-only experience for fans.
The Netflix series “really helped them realize that I could be happy and I could be successful," the actor said.
The comedian explains her, um, heated take on the special counsel to Ellen DeGeneres and in a new book.
The singer told Ellen DeGeneres that the message prompted him to "find the confidence" to live his truth.
The "Killing Eve" star said, “Even when they don’t know exactly what I’m doing, they’re proud that I’m doing it.”
The former "Late Show" host said he was "disappointed" with the Trump White House.
The presidential candidate said his relationship has "taught me a lot of lessons about love already."
The "Dumbo" star told Ellen DeGeneres one of his kids told him, "Please be a stranger, Daddy!"
The seven-time Grammy winner told Ellen DeGeneres he kicked drinking after "a good long talk with myself."
The "Avengers: Infinity War" star tells Ellen DeGeneres about his plan to retain the title.