Ellen is the perfect example of NARCISSISM!
After 19 years, Ellen DeGeneres announced that her show is over. She had an interview on NBC, hosted by Savannah Guthrie, after her Wednesday’s episode of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show”. Guthrie discussed the toxic workplace scandal from the last summer.
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Last summer, Ellen was in trouble after she was accused of tolerating sexism, racism, and sexual misconduct on the set of the show “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.”
However, yesterday Ellen stated that it represented a “coordinated misogynistic” attack that occurred because she was a female. DeGeneres described herself as sensitive, without “thick skin,” and that the attack, long four months, influenced her greatly.
“It was really interesting because I am a woman, and it did feel very misogynistic,” Ellen stated. “If it was why I was quitting, I would not have come back this year, and I really did think about not coming back. It was devastating. I am a person who likes to make people happy. I kept saying to Portia if I was a fan of somebody and even if I loved them, I would think there must be some truth to [the allegations] because they weren’t stopping.”
“I had no idea. I never saw anything that would even point to that, I didn’t understand it, and I still don’t,” she added. “It was too orchestrated. It was too coordinated. People get picked on but for four months straight? When every guest who has ever come on has only ever talked about what a happy place this is….”
“I don’t know how I could have known when there are 255 employees here and a lot of different buildings,” Ellen concluded. “Unless I didn’t go home until the last person left… it’s my name on the show so clearly it affects me, but I do wish somebody would have come to me and said, ‘hey, something’s going on that you should know about.'”
Ellen DeGeneres continued talking that the incident was similar to the backlash she faced in 1997.
“My therapist said very few people go through public humiliation twice in a lifetime…it was really interesting because I am a woman, and it did feel very misogynistic,” Ellen explained. “I’m not bulletproof, and no, I don’t have thick skin. I am extremely sensitive, to the point that it’s not healthy. When something is coming back at me that I know is not true… I could take one or two of those shots, but four months in a row, it took a toll on me.”