Ellen Admitted To Being “Multilayered” And Said She Has “Good Days And Bad Days”
Ellen DeGeneres finally spoke with her staff amid all The allegations of toxicity on set of her talk show.
“Producers, Ellen and crew were on a video call this afternoon, Ellen addressed them. It really boosted morale. She opened up and was being real. [She] admitted to being multilayered and said she has good days and bad days. She said people on the call would know that she has not asked people not to look her in the eyes on set.”
Ellen also told her employees that she is “an introvert,” the insider added, noting that “her life kept getting bigger and bigger and she went from no one wanting to back her to her show blowing up.”
She allegedly doesn’t want people on set “to be afraid to address her and say hi, she encouraged it.”
While on the call, DeGeneres also told her staff members that producers Ed Glavin, Jonathan Norman and Kevin Leman, who had been accused of sexual misconduct and denied the claims, have all been let go from the talk show. A spokesperson for Warner Bros. confirmed the news.