- Ellen DeGeneres has made clear that she will not stop her show.
- This is despite plummeting ratings and an increased ostracization from Hollywood.
- This only proves that she’s just as arrogant and out of touch as her critics say she is.
Ellen DeGeneres isn’t going anywhere, yet.
Despite plummeting ratings and Hollywood’s increased ostracization of the once-infallible talk show host, she’s made clear that she refuses to cancel her show or to go anywhere.
This is not a “good response to the haters.” It’s proof that DeGeneres is just as arrogant and out of touch as her critics claim she is.
Ellen DeGeneres Can’t Read The Writing On The Wall
“The Ellen Show” has seen a 14% drop in ratings since word about Ellen DeGeneres and her true nature has come to light.
Officially, she now has lower ratings than “The Dr. Phil Show,” and things are only looking worse as time goes on.
Yet, when asked if she has any intention of either taking time to reflect or canceling her show, DeGeneres made clear that she’s doing neither.
Telepictures [the parent production company of her eponymous show] can confirm that this [the show’s impending cancellation] is untrue.
Can she not read the writing on the wall?
The Newfound Hatred Of Her Is Well Earned
I’ll be 100% clear: this newfound hatred of Ellen DeGeneres is well earned.
Her employees have been “distressed and outraged” over her poor treatment of them during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Her bodyguard has called her “dehumanizing.”
She tried to get someone fired because that person had chipped nail polish, and compared her 5,000 square foot mansion with acres of private land to “a prison” during the height of the pandemic (when New York City residents sheltered in place in a lot less square footage without complaining).
The public’s opinion of Ellen DeGeneres has dropped significantly after her abhorrent behavior became public knowledge. Her failure to realize that she’s no longer welcome is only proof positive that she’s just as bad — if not worse — than her critics say she is.
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Last modified: July 5, 2020 1:15 PM UTC