A Day in Ellen's Photos
Posted at 3:43PM on November 15th 2012 by Alana
Harry looks like he's on top of the world in picture 16!
Posted at 3:41PM on November 15th 2012 by euuuu
You loook the gorgeous of all of them!!:-) Choose a picture with the best view of you and gorgeous eyes :P
Posted at 3:41PM on November 15th 2012 by Alana
Don't you guys just LOVE Harry's deep voice!!!!! It's like dying and his voice brings you back to life!!!!!
Posted at 3:38PM on November 15th 2012 by Alana
Posted at 2:36PM on November 15th 2012 by LIORA
hey ellen i thought you'd like to know: you spelled HARRY'S name wrong - its STYLES not STILES
Posted at 2:53PM on October 18th 2012 by cheryl moody
Hey Ellen,I know you are giving away some cars. And you are so kind to others all the time, that I thought I'd give you my old Honda(runs really well,it's a van- over 200,000 miles,little bit over )if in return I could sniff some super hot guys and figure out what scent they are wearing. I'm sure,positive I'd be good at this,really it could be my calling. I'm still laughing at this bit,too funny! Thank you Ellen you always make me laugh,and sometimes, even cry. I think Sophia Grace and Rosie are the cutest things I've ever seen,and I make everyone watch them,they make me happy, as do you. Big Hugs and Kisses cheryl
Posted at 4:11PM on October 5th 2012 by Tammy
I think people with nice hair, join Ellen in raising money for wigs. I would be the first one there to shave my head. I just don't know how to get a message to her. If you knw how please email her this. Thanks may your hair help others
Posted at 8:33PM on October 4th 2012 by Utopia
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Posted at 2:25AM on October 3rd 2012 by Sadia
havent got all the way though tyoads Daily Dimmick video as it keeps making me cry about 10 seconds in. I think the worst thing of all when Mum was told she was going to die but they'd have a go (5% survival rate from her bowel cancer but we Ukranian girls are made of tough stuff so of course she survived!) and through the surgeries and treatment was convincing Mum that she WOULD live and not to t ake her own life (i intercepted a couple of attempts and talked her out of a couple more) while the thoughts in my head were saying shes going to die you know no matter what you say and do this is futile let her go .. but please dont die. please dont die . She didnt and continues to annoy, love and appreciate me all in one to this day xxxx
Posted at 1:47PM on October 2nd 2012 by Carolyn Buffington
My grandmother died of breast cancer in her 50's many years ago. I can barely remember her, I was only 5 when she passed. This was before all the technology of today. I also have several friends that are breast cancer survivors. Hopefully, we will have a cure someday in the near future. I would certainly like to be a candidate for a new car. My car is now 22 years old and sure giving me many trials and tribulations. I really am tired of having to put $ in in as I cannot really afford car payments and increased insurance payments. I love your sense of humor. It does put a big smile on my face every day. Best to you and all of the cancer survivors out there.
Posted at 12:18PM on October 2nd 2012 by Helen Johnson
I have been E-mailling you and requesting tickets for years...I think of you as one of the kids I'm always talking and they never listen. I have written a million times for the 12 days I'm giving up on that because I never can get it...I have tried for the car ...never get it. So I just watch everyday without wanting nothing but to see you and your funny facial expressions. That's worth more than all the stuff I try for .......well maybe except the 12 days.............I will forever keep watching for free.......
Posted at 6:00PM on October 1st 2012 by Joan Norman
Hi Ellen love your show and all you do for people.I had cervical cancer at age of 37 and had breast cancer 3 years ago went through surgery twice and then had to have surgery third time and wear a wound vacumn for a month and heal inside out then 35 radition treatments I go oct 24. 2012 for 3 year check up Keep me in prayer.My mother had breast cancer and my brother had hoskin disease and I pray they will find a decent cure for this awful disease.Thanks again for all you do for people.Love Joan Norman
Posted at 1:56PM on October 1st 2012 by Michelle DeVita
I am a 37 year old married mother of two who has been battling stage 3 breast cancer since June. I underwent a bilateral mastecomy and had 37 lymph nodes taken from my left side. I am currently undergoing chemotherapy, which will be followed by radiation. I recently lost all of my hair. My 10 year old daughtrt asked me this afternoon if my hair would like like Ellen's when it grows back. My answer was "maybe", to which she replied "good, because she is beautiful!" Ellen, you are beautiful. Thank you for your continued support of breast cancer awareness, and for giving a voice to the many women who battle this deadly illness everyday, and especially for putting a smile on my face very afternoon, no matter how bad a day I have had!!! You are amazing Ellen XXXOOO
Posted at 3:56AM on October 1st 2012 by Suzie Desloges
Dear Ellen, Never in my life I could have a new car have always had hold cars. Since my 65th birthday will be December 1st, 2012 that would be the ultimate gift of my life. I love you you are part of my daily life and even when I feel sad or lonely or angry you succeed in putting a smile on my face and making me laugh outloud alone in my appartment. My cat wonders what is happening to me sometimes because of you. Thank you for being you and being so compassionate et genuine with people and the cause that you are sustaining. Luv Suzie Q- xoxoxoxxo
Posted at 7:19PM on September 30th 2012 by Sharon Stone Mazurek
I just love your show Ellen. You are such a kind person. Always giving and never asking for anything. You really make my day when you do that funny dance. I am disabled and when I have a bad day you always lift my spirits. I would love to be in the audience of your show.
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