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The talk show host, 62, switched up her signature pixie haircut for a slicked back style, which she debuted on The Ellen DeGeneres Show this week. Her fans and followers reacted to DeGeneres' drastic new look on Instagram , with a few people pointing out that the sleek style is similar to the one her wife, Portia de Rossi , rocked several years ago. View this post on Instagram. The TV host's new hair look isn't the first time she debuted a switch-up on the show. In , the star filmed an episode with noticeably blonder, shorter hair after a disastrous coloring situation. So I'm constantly coloring it, so it always looks different when you watch the show — sometimes it's a different tone," she began the segment, showing off her new color.
Ellen DeGeneres is incredibly charming, warm, and funny on her daytime talk show , The Ellen DeGeneres Show , which has been on the air for more than 15 years. Her sweet nature puts her guests at ease, even when she asks them uncomfortable questions about things like their dating lives or whether or not they're pregnant. It also makes it much easier to forgive her when she scares the daylights out of her guests onstage, backstage and everywhere else she can. DeGeneres is just so friendly and lovable that even when she's being a little shady, you can't help but get behind her.
The "Quarantined Bachelor," a new Instagram dating show started by two sheltering-in-place San Franciscans, has quickly gained traction over the past two weeks. A new season of the "Quarantined Bachelor" unfolds on Instagram every few weeks, in which five contestants compete for the QBachelor's heart. What would happen if a season of "The Bachelor" had to happen under shelter in place? Would contestants go on Zoom dates in their pajamas instead of going skydiving and flirting in hot tubs?