"The Good Wife" herself, JULIANNA MARGULIES entertains Ellen with all the inside gossip about the show's fifth season! Among television's most popular series, the legal and political drama continues to reinvent itself -- to critical acclaim for the beautiful actress driving it. Endearing and tantalizing, Julianna has helped make the show both entertaining and relevant. After earning her first Emmy with her breakout role on "E.R.," she has taken her career to new heights in her latest role as a stay-at-home wife turned lawyer. The actress has received an Emmy, Golden Globe for her work, and between the two shows, eight SAG Awards. See what she spills to Ellen when she joins the show again!
Then, CHIWETEL EJIOFOR is here! Beaten, broken, but never broke, Chiwetel left audiences speechless with his ambitious performance as Solomon Northup in "12 Years a Slave." His honest portrayal is emblazoned in the minds of all those it touched. Nominated for a Golden Globe and SAG Award as Best Actor, he is also a frontrunner for an Oscar. While the role Solomon may be his most noteworthy to date, Chiwetel has been impressing theatergoers for years in movies like "American Gangster," "Inside Man" and "Love Actually." He's got the talent and scope of a master thespian, and will share the moments that led him into Hollywood's limelight when he sits down with Ellen for the first time!
Making his US daytime television debut, JOHN NEWMAN performs! The young British singer will sing his debut track, "Love Me Again, which has amassed over 72 million views on YouTube! After hitting the airwaves as a feature on electronic quartet Rudimental's 2013 release "Home," John created his own buzz with musky, invigorating vocals that make the world dance, spin and fall in love with him over and over again. Bebop meets pop, dance and soul in the musician's chart-topping sound, and now Ellen's ready for John to bring her to her feet!
On Tuesday, Ellen's hanging with the popular crowd!
Julianna Margulies, Chiwetel Ejiofor
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