Ellen: Bruno Mars “When I Was Your Man” & Al Gore “The Future” Review

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Ellen February 12 2013 Preview

Recapo Update: The recaps for this episode are now available

In an all-new Ellen it’s Mardi Gras! In a flashy installment, Ellen is talking to Grammy nominee Bruno Mars, the First Lady Michelle Obama and former Vice President Al Gore. It’s also Shutterfly Kindess week and Ellen is going to help out another family.

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Ellen: Bruno Mars “When I Was Your Man”

Ellen: Bruno Mars "When I Was Your Man" & Al Gore "The Future" Review

On February 12 2013, Bruno Mars will premiere his new song “When I Was Your Man” on Ellen. (s_buckley / Shutterstock.com)

Bruno Mars is the man behind some of the catchiest songs you know. “Grenade,” “Just The Way You Are,” and now “Locked Out Of Heaven” have all become huge hits. His song “Young, Wild & Free” was nominated for Best Rap song at the 2013 Grammys. In his career, Mars has received 12 Grammy nominations and won for “Just The Way You Are.” His music has been covered in hit shows like Glee and in 2012 comedy Pitch Perfect. 

Mars will debut a clip of his new song “When I Was Your Man” on an all-new Ellen February 12 2013.

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Ellen: First Lady Michelle Obama & White House

Ellen sent her presidential experts Rainer and Atticus to the White House and they met Michelle Obama. They will share their White House adventure and a special interview with the First Lady.

Ellen: Al Gore “The Future: Six Drivers Of Global Change”

Former Vice President Al Gore is telling Ellen about his new project, The Future: Six Drivers of Global Change. The book was released in January and it has fast become a New York Times and Amazon Best Seller. The book covers political policy, economics, science and ethics that will effect the environment in the coming  years. Gore won an Oscar for his documentary An Inconvenient Truth. It’s almost certain that this book will have amazing and lasting success.

Ellen: Shutterfly Kindness Week

Ellen will surprise one family at their front door. With the help of Shutterfly, they have already gifted over $300,000 to families in need.

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