On the 10th Day of 12 Days of Giveaways, Ellen gives her true loves something absolutely fabulous! As fabulous as the other 9 days, and with a unique twist of its own! If you like what you've seen so far, you will adore what's coming next!
The greatest gift of all, with a smile to add sparkle to the stage, JULIA ROBERTS co-hosts! The actress and "Pretty Woman" lends her beauty and talent to the new film "August: Osage County," and today she helps Ellen with show duty! Julia mesmerized Hollywood with charm and humor in "My Best Friend's Wedding," lit up the screen in "Hook," and brought home an Oscar as "Erin Brockovich." It seems the only spotlight left to fill is shining over Ellen's bright red chair. Considering their good times together in the past, these two reunited can only be a spectacle!
Then, JULIA LOUIS-DREYFUS is here! The star of the critically-acclaimed film "Enough Said" has triumphed in the field of comedy, both on TV in shows like "Seinfeld," "The New Adventures of Old Christine" and “Veep,” and in movies such as "Deconstructing Harry," "Father's Day.” Starring with the late James Gandolfini, Julia's new role has her touching on love, middle age, and the quirks of a second romance.
MARTHA STEWART also stops by, and that means there will be an experiment! Given the new year, the homemaker, entrepreneur and TV star will be helping Ellen and Julia concoct something special to start it off right! Could it be tasty? Or glittering? Or both?! Tune in to pick up her ideas!
Filed Under: Julia Roberts, Julia Louis-Dreyfus
Day 10 of 12 Days, co-host Julia Roberts, Julia Louis-Dreyfus
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