She's one of the "Masters of Sex" and a hilarious "Mom"! This fabulous single lady has definitely got game, and she's always down to play one with Ellen -- ALLISON JANNEY is back! The four-time Emmy-winning actress who rose to fame on "The West Wing" has been keeping it hot and hilarious on television with not one, but two hit series. She's also looking for love in real life, and coincidentally, Ellen is a great matchmaker! See what Ellen has in store when Allison returns! Then, SOPHIA GRACE & ROSIE are here, and they've got an amazing performance ready for everyone! New dresses, new travels, new music, new siblings on the way… there's just not enough time to capture the British duo's eventful adventures. They will be dolled up and bursting with ideas to bounce off Ellen when they stop by to chat! Plus, they move with soul, country and Southern pride, and they're about to cause a riot on Ellen's stage… FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE performs their #1 hit, "This Is How We Roll"! The superstar duo has been dominating airwaves and stages over the past few years, getting their “shine on” around the country and cruising to the top of the charts with their buoyant sound and unique collaborations. Nelly, Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean -- you never know who Florida Georgia Line will recruit for their jams. “It'z” just what they do, and the band has a big show planned for their debut on Ellen! On Thursday, Ellen's letting the good times roll!

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