Ellen: Fast & Furious 6 & Grizzly Bear “Yet Again,” Shields Review

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Ellen May 24 2013 Recap

On May 24 2013, Ellen talked to her good friend Steve Harvey. Steve recently received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and Ellen was on hand to inaugurate him. Ellen’s writer, Amy, went to Costco and spoke song lyrics to strangers. She almost got beat up by a jealous girlfriend. Dr Neal Barnard explained power foods and bad fats. Also, Grizzly Bear performed their song “Yet Again.”

Ellen: Amy Speaks Song Lyrics Call Me Maybe & Teenage Dream at Costco

Amy spoke song lyrics to “Call Me Maybe” and “Teenage Dream” at Costco. While one woman told her to go away, an elderly gentleman told her that she was sweet and made his day. Ellen played a game of musical beach balls with some lucky audience members. Tess won a $1,000 gift card and the runners up got $500.

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Ellen: Amy Speaks Song Lyrics Call Me Maybe & Teenage Dream at Costco

Ellen Grabs Steve Harvey’s Butt & Emmy Awards & Hollywood Walk of Fame

Ellen: Fast & Furious 6 & Grizzly Bear "Yet Again," Shields Review

On May 24 2013, Ellen reviewed the new Fast & Furious 6 film, out this Memorial Day. Grizzly Bear performed “Yet Again” from their album Shields.

Ellen inaugurated Steve Harvey into the Hollywood Walk of Fame. He’s also up for two Daytime Emmy’s for his talk show and Family Feud. Harvey and Ellen got a little touchy feely and she opened up his shirt for the audience to glimpse Harvey’s seductive side.

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Ellen Grabs Steve Harvey’s Butt & Emmy Awards & Hollywood Walk of Fame

Ellen: Dr Neal Barnard Power Foods & Blueberries Improve Memory

Grizzly Bear performed their song “Yet Again” from their album Shields. The band got it’s start in the underground music scene of New York. They are now one of Ellen’s favorite bands.

Dr Neal Barnard presented som of the best foods you can eat to get a good night’s sleep and to improve your memory. Pasta and white bread will help you fall asleep, while meat cancels their effects. Also, blueberries and sweet potatoes are good for your brain and for memory.

Ellen: Dr Neal Barnard Power Foods & Blueberries Improve Memory

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