Ellen DeGeneres does not know wherever the no-eye-contact rule arrived from on the established of her eponymous daytime converse exhibit.
Resources informed Webpage 6 exclusively that during DeGeneres’ Zoom connect with with her team on Monday afternoon, she addressed the unspoken rule that prevented any one from hunting at her.
“I never know wherever it started,” stated DeGeneres, 62. “Please speak to me. Glance me in the eye.”
Describing the rumored rule as “insane,” DeGeneres ongoing, “It’s ridiculous, just not legitimate, I really don’t know how it commenced. [It’s] not who I am.”
A previous producer of Australia’s “Today” present in July discovered DeGeneres’ staff’s “bizarre” requires when she created an look on the display back again in 2013.
“‘She’ll appear in, she’ll sit down, she’ll talk to Richard and then Ellen will go away,’” Neil Breen recalled her personnel telling him. “And I kind of explained, ‘I can not look at her?’ I identified the whole matter strange.”
Our sources also stated DeGeneres ideas to interact with her staff members a lot more although performing on the show’s upcoming time, which she was psyched to get again to.
We’re instructed WarnerMedia is nearing the finish of its investigation into “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” which by now ousted 3 leading producers from its ranks: govt producers Ed Glavin and Kevin Leman and co-executive producer Jonathan Norman.
The top rated producers’ removal came right after staffers accused them of sexual misconduct.