Ellen Lee DeGeneres does not need an introduction. She is the host of one of the best sitcoms ever- the Ellen DeGeneres show. She is an actress, a comedian and a writer too. Her wittiness and way she can come up with funny things were able to make her show Ellen a success from 1994 to 1998. She has been hosting her TV talk show named Ellen DeGeneres show since 2003. This multi-talented woman was born in the year 1958 in Louisiana of the USA. She has been married to another woman named Portia de Rossi since 2008.
Ellen is very talented, and she was the first woman to win the award for best supporting actress for her voice in Finding Nemo. Ellen has hosted many award functions such as Academy Awards, Grammy Awards and Primetime Emmys.
This hell of a person is no different than any other celebrity as far as looking good is concerned for she also chose to go under the knife to look younger and youthful not only for the audiences but also for her younger wife. Her whole face looks different when you compare the older photographs from, the more recent ones.
Ellen DeGeneres plastic surgery in before and after photographs is though obvious but has been categorized among one of the bests. Her face though looks wrinkle free, and the skin over her face and neck looks tight it cannot be said that her face is kind of waxed up. There is no loss of expressions and the wrinkling of the skin on smiling, laughing and frowning looks natural. Shiny and wrinkle-free skin as that of Ellen DeGeneres is not possible for a normal human being to have in the age of 54, but it does suit her personality and the type of work she does. She has got a good job done and makes herself suitable to keep entertaining her audiences by not only her charming looks but her wittiness too
But, everyone must understand that these are just speculations, and no one can confirm the suspicion except for Ellen herself who has chosen to keep quiet about it even after the spat over this issue with her wife, Portia.
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Why do you call her a “hell of a person”? What does that even mean? Is English a second or third language for the writer, because I do not consider that a compliment and is actually quite offensive!