He made pop culture a comedy of errors, and turned that humor into television gold. JOEL MCHALE is here! The sardonic host of "The Soup" ushers in the fifth season of "Community," considered one of the funniest shows on TV. Joel has a knack for turning the mundane into something extraordinary, whether it's offering quirky commentary on celebrity missteps or showing off his acting chops in films like "Ted" and "The Big Year." When Joel previously appeared on Ellen, the standup comic shared his very informative travel tips. She'll be expecting similar advice when he returns again, along with more good laughs and thoughts on his evolving career!
An Oscar nominee for Best Supporting Actress, JUNE SQUIBB is here! The actress has received critical acclaim and countless nominations for her standout role as the feisty, often uncouth wife of a man with dementia in the dramedy "Nebraska." June has been gracing the big screen for years with roles in movies like "About Schmidt," "The Big Year" and "Scent of a Woman," but it was Broadway that brought the actress onto the scene and into the limelight. In "Nebraska," she takes what appears to be a bleak life and makes it funny, endearing, and non-stop entertaining, and that's exactly the type of humor Ellen likes to see on her stage!
Nine-time World Jump Rope Champion TORI BOGGS will show Ellen and the audience why she's a two-time jump rope world record holder and captain of the US National Jump Rope Team. The Ohio State student and athlete will participate in live web videos, and show off her supreme skills. It's guaranteed to be like nothing ever done on a playground!
On Thursday, Ellen's laughing along with the community!Filed Under: Joel McHale, June Squibb
Joel McHale, June Squibb
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