TIMOTHY OLYPHANT stops by to celebrate the season premiere of his drama series, "Justified"! The actor's Broadway debut led him to an incredible lineup of film and television roles, including, "Deadwood," "Damages" and "Rango." His handsome grin and on-screen magnetism make him a superb leading man and brooding Deputy US Marshal on his current series, now entering its fifth season. Justice hath no limits, nor doth Timothy's talent. When he's with Ellen, he's all about family and pets! A new year, a new batch of tales, a new round in the bright red chair!
Then, country star JENNIFER NETTLES performs, and joins the show as Guest DJ! This year, the "Sugarland" singer released her first solo album, "That Girl," after hitting the highest ranks in music with her popular country duo. As one half of Sugarland, Jennifer released hits like "Stuck Like Glue," "It Happens" and "All I Want to Do." For her new work, she has boldly tapped into her own life to create some of her most personal work yet. While Jennifer has been on Ellen's stage before with her powerhouse vocals and bubbly personality, this will be her first time taking over the turntables. It will undoubtedly get wild!
Plus, ELLIE KEMPER returns! So far, Ellen has sent Ellie to music school and to the mall for holiday gift wrapping. What will Ellen do this time when the talented actress and "Bridesmaids" star returns?
On Monday, Ellen's starting the week off on a high note!
Timothy Olyphant, Jennifer Nettles
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