There seems to be no loss of love between Ryan Phillippe and Ellen DeGeneres. October 24 He overshadowed the rumored-rated average presenter after conducting an internal investigation into the allegedly toxic work environment on her show.
Now we know where Ryan Phillippe standing on Ellen DeGeneres and dispute surrounding her daily talk show. After Big sky actorOctober 24, 46 LA finished outdoor training in LA, he encountered a billboard Ellen DeGeneres show. He took a picture of the sweaty self, convinced that the billboard would be captured, and wrote, “And don’t forget to be nice … Wait.”
Ryan tends to keep a low profile in Hollywood, so some fans were shocked to see the actor cast a shadow on a beloved host. Interestingly, Ryan’s ex-wife, Reese Witherspoonwith whom he shares a daughter Ava, 21, and son Deacon17 years close friend with Ellen. Ryan, meanwhile, has not been a guest on the show since 2011.
For those who missed the point behind Ryan’s disco, Ellen concludes each show with a reminder to “be kind” to each other. However, critics used the phrase to deceive the host after reports of a “toxic” work environment Elena’s show arose during the summer.
Although rumors that Ellen is despicable (not in the air) have revolved around the television chain for many years, the boiling point reached a boiling point in July. – So much so that Warner WarnerMedia has launched an internal investigation into Ellen DeGeneres show, after a Buzzfeed news allegations of maladministration in the workplace by 11 unnamed current and employees were published in Article.
Ellen broke the silence on suspicion apology letter to its staff in late July. The Emmy winner partially wrote, “On the first day of our show, I told everyone at the first meeting Ellen DeGeneres showwould be a place of happiness – no one would ever raise their voices, and everyone would be treated with respect. Obviously something has changed, and I get disappointed to learn that it wasn’t. I apologize for that. Everyone who knows me knows that it is contrary to what I believe and what I expected from our performance. “
In other internal communications to the staff, Ellen herself added: “I have also learned that people who work with me and me speak on my behalf and misrepresent who I am and this must stop. As a person who has been tried and lost almost everything because I am just who I am, I really understand and feel sorry for those who are treated differently, whether they are treated unfairly, are not equal or, worse, are ignored. It’s terrible for me to think that any of you feel that way. “
Emmy winner tackles second time when her talk show returns to TV Season 18 premiere in September. “I am very happy to have returned to the studio. There are a lot of things I want to talk about, ”Ellen said at the beginning of the episode. “I learned that something that should never have happened happened here. I want to say that I am very sorry for the victims. I know that I am privileged and powerful, and I understand that with that comes responsibility, “she explained in part, adding:” And I take responsibility for what happens in my exhibition. “