For the past 10 years, she's brought you the biggest guests, the best surprises and the most laughs, and she's just getting started! It's time for Season 10 of the Ellen DeGeneres Show!
She's one of the biggest musical performers in the world -- it's P!NK! The living legend stopped by to catch up with Ellen on being a mom, and to blow the roof off our studio with a performance of her hot single, "Blow Me (One Last Kiss).”
Then, the dreamiest castmate from one of the hottest shows on television, PATRICK DEMPSEY is here! He's dishing to Ellen about his hit show, “Grey’s Anatomy!”
Plus, three gymnasts who changed the game at the London Olympics, GABRIELLE DOUGLAS, McKAYLA MARONEY and KYLA ROSS stopped by! They won gold for the US, and Gabby became the first African-American gymnast in Olympic history to become the individual all-around champion. They're telling Ellen how their lives have changed, and they might even show off some of their skills!
Then, the moving story of JORDAN ADDISON, a college student whose car was vandalized with homophobic slurs, and RICHARD HENEGAR JR., the manager of a paint and body shop who rallied the community of Roanoke, Virginia to donate $10,000 worth of parts, and put in over 100 hours of work to rebuild Jordan's car! This is one emotional story that will renew your faith in humanity.Filed Under: Pink, Patrick Dempsey, McKayla Maroney, Kyla Ross, Pink, Gabrielle Douglas
Season 10 Premiere Show with P!nk!
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