KIRSTIE ALLEY is here! The comedy queen returned to television in December with her new TV Land sitcom, "Kirstie," and she’s stopping by to share an inside look with Ellen! From her breakout role on "Cheers" to memorable appearances in films like "Deconstructing Harry" and "Shoot to Kill," success follows the actress like an afternoon shadow. Her latest series features a gallery of superstar comedic talents, including Kathy Griffin, Jason Alexander, Michael Richards, Kristin Chenoweth, Cloris Leachman, and her "Look Who's Talking" cohort, John Travolta. It's the “Who's Who” of Kirstie's world, which makes sense for a show not only executive-produced by the star, but created in her name! Ellen loves chatting with Kirstie about her love life, and Kirstie doesn't mind sharing. In one of her past appearances, Ellen arranged for her to get a tattoo on the show! There will certainly be something unusual in store when she drops by again!
A prime time comedy star, WENDI McLENDON-COVEY will follow! The matriarch of "The Goldbergs" has made a suburban family with a bad taste in sweaters a primetime hit, and she'll be bringing the laughs to Ellen! The comedian has been creating hilarity since her days on "Reno" and "Rules of Engagement," and she recently brought her wit to the big screen in the smash hit "Bridesmaids." It's no surprise then that she's at it again!
Plus, Denver Broncos offensive guard ZANE BEADLES is here, and it's his lifelong dream to dance with Ellen, and today she’ll make his dream come true! It’s been a huge year for his team, which will head to the Super Bowl in less than two weeks! As the championship approaches, Zane shares his expert predictions, and will also talk about the nonprofit he started, the Zane Beadles Parade Foundation, which works to provide opportunities to young people in need. It will be fun and games when this star athlete makes his debut!
On Wednesday, Ellen cheers on her friends!Filed Under: Kirstie Alley, Wendi McLendon-Covey
Kirstie Alley, Wendi McLendon-Covey
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