The Ellen Degeneres mostra Club
New Post
Explore Fanpop
The bathroom concerto series idea came from a Youtube sensation Rin on the Rox. These 2 girls performed in their bathroom because of the acoustics.
What happened? Who where there? All is to be found here:

Ellen's Bathroom concerto Series Begins!

Ellen began her very own concerto series and her first guest was none other than Pink! This series does stray just a bit from the norm because it happens to take place in a bathroom!

Ellen Sings in the Bathroom with John Mayer!

Ellen's Bathroom concerto Series continued in a duet with Grammy-winner John Mayer! Watch as the two of them put their own special...
continue reading...
This is a story about a friend who asked a friend for a ride to the church , Cibo pantry. The driver of the friend receiving assistance , who is also related to the director of the Cibo pantry had to walk out due to discrimination. The director went out of bounds, da rude actions forcing the driver to not only walk out and not be able to help friend stock up on food. But also proceeds to tell friend , that driver is not allowed to come back. Then the driver calls the church to segnala this discrimination and they tell driver that Cibo pantry is separate from church. So driver asked what to do about reporting such a matter and church secretary says Pastor will be in contact with driver. The director of Cibo pantry is only recitazione this way towards driver because it is her ex-daughter in-law . The friend and driver thought this would make a great mostra because it shows the lack of care in the church, as well as discrimination amongst a family.
posted by gailmo23
Dear Ellen,
I am quite embarrassed Scrivere this articolo to you. My husband and I married young and went to college together in another state. I had never been away from home before.I was raised to be a very dependent child and he was raised to be very independent. He has taught me all I know. However; we we were both lucky enough to be raised with good values! We just celebrated our 41st anniversay, getting married when I was 17 and he was 20. We both are educated parents of four children. My husband became ill about the anno he turned 30.He had Ulcerative Colitis and eventually had to have...
continue reading...
posted by toonergirl
I am the mother of a son that tragically died in a car accident. He was eleven years old. I feel uniquely qualified to write a book about this loss.
My loss turned incredibly worse when I was informed that my husband was driving the car my two children were in, and alcohol was involved. I was devastated, shocked and confused. I had no idea he had taken them in the car when he was not only drunk...he was wasted.
I found myself slowly moving through the four phases of grief without knowledge of the importance of each phase. I had no idea how to deal with grief o that it could rear its ugly head twenty years later .
With a lot of help, I finally figured out that my future could give me a pleasant life even if the pain was tattooed forever on my heart.
I have self-published my book on amazon and I encourage te to read my story and see how I managed depression so black I was afraid of LIFE. It is available now. It is called Eleven To Heaven
posted by jeansorensen
Dear Ellen, my name is jean. Patty is my best bud of 45 + yrs. Patty has luekemia. She is on SSDI and her SUV died winter of 2014, and is still without a car. She is always in a positive attitude and never says "no" to someone in need. She lives with & cares for her mom & challenged brother. The family has no auto. There is not always a fill-in for rides to doctors & store. I rarely get to see her now, we only live attraversare, croce town. Can te PLEASE help her. She was also my taxi, as my car was stolen in2007. We don't get to go birding o stella, star gazing any more. That was our therapy. I miss seeing da friend. Can te help her? Your Loyal admirer, Jean. P.S. Just found out that her half brother will lose house because of motorcycle accident. he is so lucky to even be alive. All money has gone to surgeries & bill. It was other driver's fault but has limited insurance. He can't work again and exhausted all option. Neil's family needs help too. Many surge ries still to come.
posted by Kelsje
1. For me, it's that I contributed, ... That I'm on this planet doing some good and making people happy. That's to me the most important thing, that my ora of Televisione is positive and upbeat and an antidote for all the negative stuff going on in life.
Ellen DeGeneres

2. I don't understand the sizes anymore. There's a size zero, which I didn't even know that they had. It must stand for: 'Ohhh my God, you're thin.'
Ellen DeGeneres

3. I gotta work out. I keep saying it all the time. I keep saying I gotta start working out. It's been about two months since I've worked out. And I just don't have...
continue reading...
posted by Sadi59
Hi Ellen, My name is Peggy Stark from North Platte Ne. I belong to a group of women called the Army of Angels. We hold fund raisers for people in our community. Most of the time it is for Cancer victims, we have done benefits for a lot of children. We have also donated to people for Natale and Thanksgiving. Whether it be Cibo o gifts we try to make as many people happy during the holidays.
We are all just middle class citizens but Amore what we are doing.
We all Amore te and your mostra we were talking one night at one of out meetings about how fun it would be to come to your show. I thought well I guess I should write te a letter and see if that would be possible. Most of us are in out 50's and 60's but we do have a few young ones in their 20;s.
Just want to say thank te for what te do for everyone te are amazing. Have a wonderful giorno Ellen and God Bless.
posted by keeby1

My name is Claudia I am a direct descendant of the Clotilda Africans. The last known slave ship that illegally carried slaves to Mobile, Alabama in 1860.

In 1860 slavery was abolished. Due to a bet o say più of a challenge Timothy Meaher a rich Planation owner placed wagered 110 slaves were transported and smuggled to Mobile Bay.

The story sounds unreal but it is real...and I am honored to be part of such history.

Recently wreckage of the ship is believed to be found.

posted by kb00025
Hello Ellen,

My wife would watch your mostra everyday, she always detto however here giorno was going that te would cheer her up. I Lost my job in August and it has been a major struggle getting by. We have a 6 anno old son that is so excited for Christmas, it brakes my cuore to look at him because unless things turn around there wont be a Natale for him. I started to watch your mostra as well, I know what my wife means now because for an ora a giorno I can smile and forget about all that is going on and wanted to thank te for making me smile and forgetting life's struggles just for a little bit of my day.
posted by djohnson77
Dear Ellen, I'm Scrivere te on behalf of my daughter, Kelley Wilson. She is 42 and has been through Hell and back, She Lost her fiancé'  Bert, On my Birthday on November 7th. He was 42  diabetic and bilateral below knee amputee ., walked on prosthetic legs, bowled and loved each other very much. He passed away in the hospital unexpectedly. She and my grandchildren loved him and are Lost now.He was not the kids father but loved them.
He bought a car for her and she will loss it because he made the payments , and helped her with the bills, She lives in a house I am paying for  and now will have to pay all of house payment , utilities.
etc. I'm 68 and still working part time and not sure how long I will be able to and she will loss the house if something happens to me. She needs help desperately
 Sent a picture of Kelley and Bert.

Thank te so much
Donna Johnson