Ellen Bethenny Frankel Times Square Surprise & Martin Short Impressions

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Ellen DeGeneres Show June 11 2013 Preview

Recapo Update: This episode of Ellen has aired…

On June 11 2013, Ellen welcomes her bestie Bethenny Frankel to the show. She’s amping up for the premiere of Bethenny’s talk show on September 9 2013. Anytime Bethenny is around, you can bet that she is going to offer some exceptional advice. Then, Martin Short talks about his film history, from Father of the Bride to voice acting. Also, Hootie & the Blowfish’s Darius Rucker swings by to perform “Wagon Wheel.” Summer is in full swing on Ellen!

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Ellen Bethenny Frankel Times Square Surprise & Martin Short Impressions

On June 11 2013, Ellen welcomes her bestie Bethenny Frankel with a big Times Square Surprise. Then, Martin Short does his famous impressions. (s_bukley / Shutterstock.com)

Bethenny Frankel’s Times Square Surprise

Bethenny Frankel and Ellen are so tight. Bethenny is coming to Ellen more regularly to get poised to take over her own television show,Bethenny, in September. Bethenny will be giving advice and interviewing celebrities. She’s always bringing fun cocktails or crafts to share with Ellen’s audience.

On June 11, Ellen has a big surprise for Bethenny. Frankel gets something really special in Times Square and she has no idea what’s coming. Ellen will be executive producing Bethenny when it premieres on September 9. Mark your calendars!

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Martin Short: Father of the Bride to Frankenweenie

Legendary funnyman Martin Short is no stranger to strange parts. He had an iconic role in Father of the Bride and, most recentlylent his voice to Disney’s Frankenweenie. When he stops by Ellen’s show on June 11, Short is sharing some of his best impressions with Ellen.

Darius Rucker: “Wagon Wheel” & True Believer Review

Ellen loves good music and the best music this summer comes from the fantastic Darius Rucker. Rucker is famous for his band Hootie & the Blowfish and he’s been going solo for a while now. Don’t worry, Hootie fans. Rucker has said that he will never get tired of Hootie & the Blowfish and plans to continue with the band for a long time.

This episode of Ellen brings us a performance of Rucker’s song “Wagon Wheel” from his new album True Believers. Check back here on June 11 for all of the excitement Ellen has to bring!

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