A talent with undeniable spirit, MICHAEL J. FOX is here! His return to television on "The Michael J. Fox Show" has been a huge success, which is no surprise given the actor's stellar track record. Michael has dominated both film and TV screens for decades, from his role in the "Back to the Future" trilogy to award-winning leads in "Family Ties" and "Spin City." In his new series, Michael returned to primetime with a personal and unique comedy, and earned a Golden Globe nomination in the process. He'll share his secrets to greatness when he joins Ellen!
Then, MAX GREENFIELD gives Ellen a taste of what his show "New Girl" has in store for the Super Bowl! As a ladies' man on a mission, Max has received much praise for his role on the popular sitcom, including Golden Globe and Emmy nominations. He met Ellen for the first time last year, and it was nothing short of a riot, particularly when she dug up his hilarious Facebook photo. More big reveals to come!
To help Ellen kickoff Super Bowl weekend, who better to perform than ALOE BLACC?! The soul singer will sing his track "Can You Do This?," which is featured on his EP "Wake Me Up" and upcoming album "Lift Your Spirit." Aloe has been making classic R&B and soul jams and jazz-influenced hip-hop for years, from his days with Stones Throw Records to his recent feature on Avicii's chart-topping dance track "Wake Me Up" and follow-up hit "The Man." Time for The Man himself to sing for Ellen!
Plus, "Extra" host Mario Lopez and his dimples will be heating up the turntables as guest DJ!
On Friday, Ellen is starting the tailgate early!Filed Under: Michael J. Fox, Max Greenfield, Aloe Blacc
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