The moment has arrived! SOPHIA GRACE & ROSIE are back for some season 11 fun, and for the first time since their return, they're going to perform! You won't want to miss their show-stopping rendition of the epic Macklemore and Ryan Lewis hit, "Can't Hold Us." Not even the ceiling will be able to contain this performance!
Then, JAMES FRANCO is in the studio to talk about his thrilling new role in the film "Homefront." He's starred in some of Hollywood's biggest hits, like "Spider-Man," "Oz the Great and Powerful," and "127 Hours," which earned him an Oscar nod. That's not the only thing James has done at the Oscars... he's also been the co-host! He's talking to Ellen about all of it and more.
Plus, she's earned her title as one of Hollywood's funniest actresses in movies like "The House Bunny," "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs" and all of the films in the "Scary Movie" series, and now ANNA FARIS is in the hilarious new comedy "Mom" on CBS! She's chatting with Ellen about the show that has her paired with another one of Ellen's favorites -- Allison Janney!
Next, he was just named America's Top Young Scientist 2013, and he's only 11 years old! Brilliant mind PEYTON ROBERTSON has an invention so incredible, it's set to save millions of lives. Find out what it is, today!
Ellen also has NFL receiver and "Dancing with the Stars" champion DONALD DRIVER as her guest DJ!
This Monday, Ellen is packed to the rafters with fun.
James Franco, Sophia Grace & Rosie
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