Katy Perry Defends Her Support for Ellen DeGeneres Following Backlash

Brenda Watkins
August 14, 2020

DJ Stephen "tWitch" Boss has broken his silence on the allegations of a toxic work environment on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

Howard Stern is giving Ellen DeGeneres free crisis PR tips.

The popular chat show is now undergoing an internal investigation by WarnerMedia, after BuzzFeed News published accounts from current and former staff members, who alleged they were subjected to a "toxic work environment" while working on the show.

The Ellen Show is now the subject of an internal investigation by Warner Media after past and current employees made a series of shocking allegations about what went on behind the scenes of the daytime program.

Mr Schiffer explained to information.com.au that viewers will have a hard time accepting Ellen's "nice" persona now that they've heard so many shocking tales about what goes on at the rear of the scenes of her present. Despite that, Stephen "Twitch" Boss, the house DJ of the longtime running talk show, said that there was love on set.

"Ellen's mammoth ego is too very big for her to quit", Mr Schiffer told news.com.au. She is betting on Hollywood greed from her cash-counting friends at Warner Bros. who will test the waters and hope advertisers don't face well-organised boycotts, ' he added.

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Stern said that DeGeneres, whose "be kind" image has been called into question amid the behind-the-scenes turmoil, should return to TV when the new season resumes and be a jerk.

USA radio personality Howard Stern recently suggested that Ellen should change her image when she returns to TV.

"People would come on and (I would) go, 'F**k you.' Just be a pr**k", he said. Katy told LA Times that she wanted to speak from her own experience with the talk show host amidst behind the scenes drama at the talk show.

He continued, "So you think I'm a pr**k?"

The Ellen Show is now also facing an internal company investigation by WarnerMedia after dozens of employees came forward in a new bombshell report, alleging sexual harassment and misconduct by some of the show's top executive producers. "I'm going to display you".

Brad Garrett tweeted out that mistreatment by Ellen was "Common Knowledge". "I also felt like I could control it by saying, 'I'll have the last word if I hurt myself or do something stupid and I'll show you" - but really, who was I showing?" "She continues to be at the centre of a diabolical bubble of awful Hollywood perform and her track record is without end ruined".

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