Ellen DeGeneres apologises and says 'things happened that never should have' as TV show returns
You hear Ellen yesterday, you know, came out over the summer. You know, Ellen, when you're on TV, she's so sweet. She talks about everybody. Please be so kind to be kind to everybody. Then behind the scenes, the most toxic work environment. Nasty, vicious, rotten Ellen, That was the story of swirling around all summer. Jobar that you know if you're in the broadcasting business there many people through the years who on the air are the sweetest, most angelic people. Then as soon as the Microsoft screaming at you like a maniac, you've seen that a million Times Avenue. Oh, absolutely. And it's usually the really nice people. On the other classic example was Arthur Godfrey, who was the biggest TV star in the fifties. This sweet, folksy home. Ba little guy who was officious fish is cold blooded killer in real life Assumes the micro go and we see it all the time. So Ellen had to explain all this So yesterday, first day back New season He's trying to save the show and she addressed. I learned the things happened here That never should have happened. I take that very seriously and I want to say I am so sorry to the people who were affected. I know that I'm in a position of privilege and power, and I realized that with that comes responsibility and I take responsibility for what happens at my show.