A bodyguard who built a "Field of Dreams," KEVIN COSTNER is here, and it's his first time visiting Ellen since Season Two! Imagine the discussion! Kevin's natural talent, charm and good looks have made him one of Hollywood's most revered actors, and the two-time Academy Award winner plays an international spy in the upcoming thriller "3 Days to Kill." Along with his Oscars, the veteran star has earned two Golden Globes and an Emmy, and continues to raise the bar with his engaging, diverse choices of work. He'll catch up with Ellen and her fans when he joins her for Valentine's Day!
Then, for the first time ever on daytime television, BAND OF HORSES takes the stage! Blending folk and rock, the group has impressed audiences around the world with albums like "Infinite Arms" and "Mirage Rock." They will perform their hit track "No One's Gonna Love You,” featured on their new release, "Acoustic at the Ryman," a minimalist album recorded at the famed Nashville stage. See how the band reverberates when they premiere their beautiful voices on Ellen!
Sports broadcaster DALE HANSEN's beautiful, hard-hitting words in support of gay football player Michael Sam's coming out have inspired a dialogue and movement celebrating difference across the web. The video report of his commentary immediately went viral upon release, and Ellen's got him front and center to share his thoughts with the world!
To keep the romance in the air, Ellen has also invited married dance duo KEONE & MARIEL MADRID back to perform one of their show-stopping hip-hop routines!
On Friday, Ellen's spreading the love!Filed Under: Keone Madrid, Kevin Costner, Mariel Madrid, Band of Horses
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