What's Trending This Week: March 21 - 25

Viral Video: Ellen's Duran Duran Music Video!

Many people know that Ellen was a stand-up comic in the 1980s, but few know she starred in the music video for the legendary Duran Duran song, "Rio!" In honor of their upcoming appearance, take a look at this classic clip!

Selena Gomez Gives Details on Justin Bieber

Now that Selena Gomez is publicly dating Justin Bieber, Ellen wanted all the details on the cute couple. Then she gave Selena the perfect gift for when the two are apart!

Buzzworthy Tweet -- Sometimes love can be overwhelming

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Viral Video: Mommy's Nose Is Scary!

Five-and-a-half-month-old Emerson isn't sure how to react when his mom blows her nose. Sometimes he's terrified, and sometimes he just can't stop laughing

Chord Overstreet Flashes His Underwear!

One of the sexy stars of "Glee," Chord Overstreet, made his talk show debut with Ellen — and had the audience screaming in delight when he dropped his pants!

Buzzworthy Tweet -- The last thing you want is a pregnant teen in her late twenties

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LeBron James Surprises Ellen's Writer

Amy was trying out the brand new vitaminwater zero rhythm with an exercise class — and had no idea her favorite basketball player was waiting to surprise her!

Animals Are Smarter Than Humans?

Ellen found a couple of hilarious web videos that might finally prove that animals are smarter than humans! Watch and judge for yourself.

Buzzworthy Tweet - Happy 5th birthday, Twitter

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Ellen Chats with Author Jodi Picoult

Author Jodi Picoult stopped by for a web-exclusive interview with Ellen to share her new book, "Sing You Home" — which Ellen loved so much, she's adapting it for a movie. Jodi shared how she finds her stories and what it takes to write such powerful works.

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