Celebrities who support Ellen DeGeneres

Carla Harmon
August 6, 2020

With the daytime talk show host under fire and accused of creating - or at least enabling - a toxic workplace environment, the actor and comedian wrote: "It's insane to see my friend go thru what she's going thru publicly". Ashton responded, "But it extends to my team and people she didn't even know I work with". Several celebrities and social media personalities have also claimed that DeGeneres was not as nice as she appeared on camera, such as YouTube star NikkieTutorials and actor Brad Garrett, who have both appeared on "Ellen".

"The internet has become a insane world of negativity. we are falling in love with peoples down fall".

"I know I can't speak for anyone else's experience besides my own but I want to acknowledge that I have only ever had positive takeaways from my time with Ellen & on the @theellenshow", Perry tweeted. Looking forward to the future where we get back to loving one another.this hate shit has to stop. Hopefully it goes out of style soon.


If you believe Ellen would knowingly allow bullying or racism on her display, you never know my sister. It's simply to show what my experiences have been with my friend.

The list of celebrities using their social platforms to support Ellen DeGeneres while WarnerMedia conducts its' investigation into alleged workplace harassment at The Ellen Show only continues to grow.

Ellen has likewise been supported by her other half Portia De Rossi, and by DJ Samantha Ronson, who is the sis of music producer Mark Ronson.


Ashton Kutcher took to Twitter on Tuesday to share his experience interacting with DeGeneres, though he clarified that he hasn't spoken to the 62-year-old comedian.

"I'm coming forward because... she trivialised and minimalised everybody's accusations.... nobody wanted to listen to us until now", she concluded.

While she might fight for equality on screen, and might be lovely to the talent, this does not mean the same happens for the show's staff who will no doubt be under a huge amount of pressure to deliver one of America's biggest programmes. "Obviously, something changed, and I am disappointed to learn that this has not been the case". And for that, I am sorry.


"Hey guys, I hope you are all keeping safe out there during these trying times", Okunbgowa, who went by "DJ Tony", began.

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