A woman who needs no introduction, KIM KARDASHIAN is here! Mom, fiancée, model, designer and philanthropist, Kim rules where worlds collide on the forefront of fashion, entertainment, technology… and selfies. She loves to push the limits, and she reinvents herself with every step she takes and tweet she sends. Over the past couple of years, the TV personality debuted two new fragrances, voiced a character on "American Dad," starred in Tyler Perry's film "Temptation," had a baby, and played a role in one very unique music video. There’s so much to tell Ellen, and so little time!
Kim is celebrating the 9th season premiere of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians"! A lot can happen in a couple of months – or in a Kardashian minute – and Kim’s life has evolved significantly since she last graced Ellen’s stage. Perhaps the future Mrs. Kanye West will offer some dish on her upcoming wedding, Baby North, or what direction her show will take. Maybe she'll open up on what she carries around in that one-of-a kind Hermes Birkin bag from Yeezy. If anything's for certain, it's that Kim knows how to make a scene… and Ellen loves to join in!
Plus, DERMOT MULRONEY drops in to talk about his new film, "August: Osage County." The critically-acclaimed feature pairs him with his "My Best Friend's Wedding" co-star Julia Roberts, and has been revered as an acting showdown between some of Hollywood's greatest talents. From romantic comedy to historical narrative, Dermot's range was apparent in such movies as "About Schmidt,” "J. Edgar" and the HBO series "Enlightened." See what he has to say about his latest endeavor!
It will be an all-out jam session when 7-year-old piano prodigy ELIAS PHOENIX wows the audience with his skills! After winning a piano competition, the youngster recently played his first show at Carnegie Hall! Now he brings his A-game to Ellen!
On Friday, Ellen's keeping up with the best!
Kim Kardashian, Dermot Mulroney
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