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Ellen set to say goodbye to popular talk show



In some sad news, media Icon Ellen has revealed she will soon end her daily talk show.

She’s been a regular on our televisions since the debut of the Ellen Show, but now DeGeneres is about to say goodbye to one of the most popular and successful shows in American talk show history.

The media personality has announced she will end her Emmy-winning daytime talk show next year after its upcoming 19th season.

The comedian revealed the news In an interview with the Hollywood reporter. 

Ellen is set to open up and will discuss the decision on Thursday’s show with guest Oprah Winfrey.

The Ellen DeGeneres Show” has won more than 60 Emmy awards.

Ellen started her career in stand-up comedy in her New Orleans hometown before moving into the world of television, where she starred in comedy series “Ellen” in the mid-1990s.

In 1997, both she and her TV character came out as homosexual long before being gay was accepted in mainstream America.

“Ellen” was canceled a year later, but DeGeneres returned to television in 2003 with her daytime show.

An advocate for animals, gay rights and anti-bullying campaigns, DeGeneres became known for promoting kindness and compassion on her light-hearted show.

In 2020, Ellen faced a PR disaster with allegations of toxic culture made against her.

That forced the TV star to apologize on-air, when season 18 returned.

Ellen says her future plans are uncertain but said she is open to movie roles and wants to be more involved in environmental conservation efforts.

Anthony Lucas is reporter, presenter and social media producer with ticker News. Anthony holds a Bachelor of Professional Communication, with a major in Journalism from RMIT University as well as a Diploma of Arts and Entertainment journalism from Collarts. He’s previously worked for 9 News, ONE FM Radio and Southern Cross Austerio’s Hit Radio Network. 


Singers dedicate ‘F— you’ anthem to U.S Supreme Court



The song was an anthem for many millennials growing up, it’s a catchy song that embodies how we feel sometimes, but now the tune has a new reason to be remembered

Pop sensation Olivia Rodrigo joined artist Lily Allen in singing the iconic song “F— You” in response to the Supreme Court overturning of Roe V. Wade.

Glastonbury festival is taking place in England and the five-day event has already had some choice moments against the supreme court ruling.

American artist Phoebe Bridgers asked the audience to chant “F— the Supreme Court” during her set

This iconic mash-up of teen icon Rodrigo with the icon of millennial youth, Allen, is one that will surely be remembered.

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Mr Happy Face crowned world’s ugliest dog



Mr Happy Face has a reason to smile, his crooked head and hairless body has received a crown

With a tuft of punk-style hair and a tongue sticking out, a dog named Mr Happy Face has been crowned the world’s ugliest pooch.

Organisers say the world-renowned event “celebrates the imperfections that make all dogs special and unique”

The 17-year-old pooch defeated nine competitors to take the top title

The champ was adopted as a rescue last year by a 41-year-old Arizona musician

She says Mr Happy face enjoys “sleeping, snoring, woofing in his sleep and making odd sounds when he is happy”.

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Body behind Eurovision “understands the disappointment” over next host city



Ukraine’s Kalush Orchestra won the Eurovision contest in May, capturing the hearts of the world

After taking out the win, that would mean Ukraine would host the competition next year.

But the European Broadcasting Union announced last week it could not be held in Ukraine following Russia’s invasion.

The body behind Eurovision now says it “understands the disappointment” over its decision not to hold next year’s song contest in Ukraine.

The EBU said it was in talks with the BBC to host the contest in the UK.

That’s because British entrant Sam Ryder came second in this year’s contest with his single Spaceman.

The announcement was met with disappointment by Ukrainians but the E-B-U doubled down on its position, saying in a statement that it “fully understands the disappointment that greeted the announcement”.

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