ellen degeneres’ message!
Happy Daylight Savings! Did you remember to set your clocks back? Y'all gained an hour, and I hope you did something wonderful with it -- like watch my show again!

On Friday we celebrated our 1,200th show. I still haven't blown out all 1,200 candles on the cake, but I'm getting there. While I work on that, y'all should watch highlights from our last 200 shows!

Here's another reason I'm celebrating; my wife, Portia de Rossi, was on the show this week to talk about her new book, "Unbearable Lightness." I loved having her here. We came into work together, which was great... usually I don't have anyone to talk to on the bus.

Halloween is over, but that didn't stop me from scaring Taylor Swift... or from playing a trick with Sofia Vergara, who went into a store and had to say whatever I told her... or from giving my audience a treat -- when Willow Smith made her television debut singing her hit, "Whip My Hair"!

Next week is Game Week on the show -- I'm gonna be giving things away all week. And on Friday I'll be giving away a brand new Buick Regal to someone in my audience. I'm also gonna give one to a home viewer -- it could even be you!

Also next week, Kellie Pickler is going to be reporting live from the red carpet at the CMAs, and I'm gonna be talking to the one and only Madonna! And Queen Latifah and Ricky Martin will be stopping by!

Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

--Ellen

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