The good tidings, cheer and hap-happiest feelings keep on coming with Day 6 of Ellen's 12 Days of Giveaways! Gift cards, appliances, shoes… anything can happen, and it can happen to those watching from home! Ellen loves for everyone to join in the festivities and be of good cheer, so make sure to keep with the program!
Plus, LEA MICHELE is here! Strong, beautiful and courageous, the "Glee" star and singer, who got her start in "Les Misérables" on Broadway, brings her positive energy and outstanding voice to grace the stage again. This time, she'll not only talk with Ellen, but also perform a track from her upcoming solo debut CD, "Louder!" It will also mark her first sit-down interview since the tragic passing of Cory Monteith.
He may have been eliminated from “The Voice,” but contestant JAMES WOLPERT is in high demand to guest DJ for Ellen! She was such a big fan of his on the singing competition, she even launched a Twitter rally to save him. At last, he brings his ingenuity to her stage. James can certainly work the crowd, now it's time to work Ellen's turntables!
The music plays on when 5-year-old drum major TARANZA McKELVIN, JR. picks up the beat! He's already stunned crowds with his one-two step, shoulder roll and near perfect direction of Florida's Glades Central High marching band. Now, he'll show off his talents and tenacity when he performs live for Ellen. Forward, march!
On Thursday, Ellen’s full of glee!Filed Under: Lea Michele
Day 6 of 12 Days and Lea Michele, James Wolpert
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