Ellen: Ryan Wang Piano Prodigy & Always a Bridesmaid Listerine Ad

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Folks in Los Angeles call this time of year “June Gloom,” because it’s gloomy and it’s June. Here are some other phrases that we say, but have different back stories.

“Always a bridesmaid, never a bride” means what you think it means, but it came from a Listerine ad from the 1920s. A young woman named Elinor is forlorn because she has bad breath and doesn’t understand why she can’t settle down. It because no one wanted to be around her!

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Nail Polish Color or Late Night Movie

Nail polish colors are getting more and more seductive. Can you believe the names of these nail polishes?

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Ryan Wang: Five-Year-Old Piano Prodigy

Ellen: Ryan Wang Piano Prodigy & Always a Bridesmaid Listerine Ad

Five-year-old piano prodigy Ryan Wang performed Variations on the Russian Theme for Ellen. He’s only been playing for just over a year.

Ryan Wang is five years old and has been playing piano for a year and a half. He told Ellen he’s always been drawn to the piano and keyboards. His mother sent him to a piano teacher and he began picking up the skill with ease.

“It’s just in my memory and I just love it,” he said. “And sometimes it just goes to be fingers.

Ryan recently performed at Carnegie Hall, making him one of the youngest people ever to play there. He said he doesn’t get nervous in big crowds because he loves to perform.

Ryan Wang Performs Variations on the Russian Theme

In school, Ryan loves math and addition. He can also speak fluent Mandarin. He tried to teach Ellen, but it didn’t translate as well.

Ryan Wang performed Variations on the Russian Theme, his favorite piece of music. I’m not sure what gets me more, how brilliant he is or how cute he is. Ellen gave Ryan a powder blue tuxedo to wear to his next performance.

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