Ellen April 20 2012
Ellen DeGeneres celebrated Earth Day on her show, featuring a variety of green products, plus visits from Jennie Garth, Nicole Richie & filmmaker Tom Shadyac. Check out these links for all the fun details.
Ellen: Earth Day Hunks Of Ice Musical Chairs | La Costa Resort & Spa
Ellen shared a few of her concerns about the planet and its animal life, but took advantage of the holiday to play a special Polar Bear themed edition of her twisted musical chairs game, featuring scantily clad male models and a spa reward for some lucky women.
Ellen: Mrs. Meyers Clean Day Household Cleaners Review
Ellen shared her latest Dance Dare submissions from viewers all around the world. Plus, a look at her favorite green household cleaning products and solutions, which she said smell like you are in a garden.
Ellen: Nicole Richie Fashion Star & Lionel Richie Family Dog Photos
Nicole Richie talked about the challenges of growing up having to dress like her mother, and what it’s like seeing her famous father’s phenomenal success as an adult. Now she has a family of her own, and she appears on the innovative design competition Fashion Star on NBC.
Ellen: Powerbag Business Class & Marley Freedom Headphones Review
Check out the swag Ellen’s audience received for coming to her show. It includes Bob Marley Foundation headphones and a cool backpack that charges your electronics. Plus, find out about Women’s Ride Day and Specialized Bikes. And go behind the scenes of the new Disney Nature movie Chimpanzee.
Ellen: Jennie Garth A Little Bit Country & Peter Facinelli Divorce
From America’s most famous ZIP code to one of its oldest occupations, Jennie Garth is going through some major life changes these days. She talked candidly with Ellen about her divorce from longtime partner Peter Facinelli and how her reality series is helping her cope with this new chapter in life.
Ellen: Tom Shadyac Happy Documentary & How To Be Happy
Tom Shadyac turned his life around, and how he’s spreading the message of how he did that in his work as a documentarian. His latest movie, Happy, spans the globe to discover what it really takes for people to feel fulfilled in their lives.