Raise the roof, Yeezus returns to the building! The always sensational rap mastermind KANYE WEST is here to drop the world-premiere video for his new single, "Bound 2," which may or may not feature his stunning and curvalicious fiancée Kim Kardashian. After a year that included a baby girl (North!), an engagement, a new album and worldwide tour, the hip-hop all-star brings the power and flashing lights to Ellen's set, where he will give it to her as he always does: major! He'll undoubtedly arrive in customized style. The rapper has moved mountains since his early days as a young man in pursuit of divinity on "The College Dropout," to a fierce leader presiding over his kingdom with his latest works, "Yeezus" and "Watch the Throne," an album in partnership with Jay-Z. See how he stuns Ellen and the world with his new video, which will live exclusively on EllenTV.com for the day. Amen to that!
Next, she's starred in movies like "What to Expect When You're Expecting" and "Pitch Perfect," and shows like "30 Rock" and "Modern Family," but right now, the world knows her as Effie Trinket in “The Hunger Games”! ELIZABETH BANKS is here to tell Ellen about the exciting and highly anticipated follow-up to the blockbuster film, and to give us the inside scoop on what we can expect from "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire"!
Then, he's handsome, charming and he definitely has the X factor! Hunky TV host MARIO LOPEZ is in the studio to discuss the hot new season of "X-Factor" with Ellen. They may have a knack for finding talent, but Mario has a knack for taking his clothes off whenever he's here! The sparks and the shirts will fly!
Also, two of Ellen's favorite musicians are going to perform their chart-topping duet. JASON MRAZ and TRAVIE McCOY will sing their hit song "Rough Water" today!
Plus, Ellen's got a special guest DJ, the hilarious LONI LOVE!
You're going to love this Tuesday on Ellen.
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