ALLISON JANNEY is here! She's played the gamut of women in her career; from the dramatic in "The West Wing" to the neurotic in "The Help," to the disturbed in "American Beauty." These days, Allison brings her sardonic wit to the table with her lead role in her new comedy series, "Mom." All that hilarity and amazingness comes right to the forefront when she sits down for her latest convo with her great pal Ellen. These friends love to go at it, so you will undoubtedly be entertained by their banter… perhaps a little mischief too! They're known to be fond of pranks.
GAVIN DeGRAW commands the music with a performance from his new album, "Make a Move." Smooth and alluring, the talented musician sings like the blues are divine, and rock is mystical at its core. Records like "I Don't Want to Be," "Chariot," and "In Love with a Girl" brought him into the spotlight, while his wide-ranging talent and free spirit, along with a thrilling ride on "Dancing with the Stars," kept him there. Any day listening to Gavin is a good one, and every appearance on Ellen is the best.
Adding to the jubilation, "Glee" star CHORD OVERSTREET returns to chat it up with Ellen! From "iCarly" to America's favorite TV musical, he's got the looks, pizazz, and certainly the chops to ravish a crowd. There just aren't enough hours in the day to discuss his award-winning series. Last time Chord was in the house, he flashed his Ellen briefs to the world. Who knows what this young heartthrob will do next?
Spinning beats to keep the party jumping, musical group THE LYLAS will play guest DJ for the day! Their big brother may be Bruno Mars, but this group of sisters likes to work it big on their own, as evidenced by their reality series, "The Lylas." They will show it off and then some when they join Ellen!
On Monday, Ellen's friends fill the room!
Allison Janney, Gavin DeGraw
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