The Ellen DeGeneres Show YouTube Music Video For September 20, 2013: Zendaya Performs “Replay”

The following music video comes from the Ellen DeGeneres Show. It aired on the Friday, September 20, 2013 episode. This segment features a musical performance from Disney star, Zendaya. She sang “Replay.”

Zendaya stars on the Shake It Up sitcom. She is 17 years old and from Oakland, California. “Replay” is Zendaya’s second single, after her debut of “Something To Dance For.”

“Replay” is from Zendaya’s self-titled debut album. The song has peaked at #68 so far on the Billboard Hot 100. It came out in July.

This performance has some pretty good dancing. I couldn’t tell for sure if the singing was all live. At least parts of it appeared to be live, as you could hear a lot of breathing going on.

Ellen DeGeneres’s YouTube Video Of Zendaya’s Performance Of “Replay” (September 20, 2013)

The Ellen DeGeneres Show YouTube Video For September 20, 2013: Interview And Skit Where Ellen Sings “The Fox” With Duo Ylvis

The following comedy video comes from the Ellen DeGeneres Show. It was uploaded to YouTube on September 20, 2013. This skit includes Ylvis, the Norwegian duo (brothers) who recorded the song and viral music video, “The Fox.” The song is about the sound a fox makes. It has 39 million views and counting. This video has exploded. The FOX network is even using the song in previews for its fall lineup of TV show.

Ylvis and Ellen stood up, and they sang the song together. It wasn’t the whole performance. But the segment was still funny.

Click here to see Ellen’s YouTube video for the “Ellen Performs ‘The Fox'” skit (September 20, 2013).

You can also see DeGeneres’s interview with Ylvis by clicking here. The interview was on the same September 20 episode.

Ellen said this was Ylvis’s first US interview on TV since the song went viral.

The Ellen DeGeneres Show YouTube Video For September 19, 2013: Skit For “Head Of The Family” (Sleepy Hollow)

The following comedy video comes from the Ellen DeGeneres Show. It was uploaded to YouTube on September 19, 2013. This skit is called “Head Of The Family.”

There is a new show on FOX. It is called “Sleepy Hollow.” Ellen says the buzz and ratings are good. So there is already a spinoff show. It features the head of the Headless Horseman. The TV show is called “Head Of The Family.” He moved to Wisconsin and started a family. It then shows clips of his teen kids and wife giving him a hard time.

The preview said this Head Of The Family, getting cancelled this fall on FOX.

Click here to see Ellen’s YouTube video for the “Head Of The Family” skit (September 19, 2013).

The Ellen DeGeneres Show YouTube Video For September 19, 2013: Skit For “What Does The Fox Say?” (Ylvis’s Viral Music Video And Appearance On Ellen’s Show Announced)

The following comedy video comes from the Ellen DeGeneres Show. It was uploaded to YouTube on September 19, 2013. This skit is called “What Does The Fox Say?”

This skit is about a viral music video from a duo called Ylvis. They are two brothers from Norway. Their song is about the sound that a fox makes. In the song and video, the fox says a bunch of things, such as “ding, ding, ding” and other noises.

This viral video is at about 32 million views and counting.

Ellen says she doesn’t know much about Norway. But she assumes marijuana is legal there.

Ylvis is going to appear on the Ellen show on the next episode.

Click here to see Ellen’s YouTube video for the “What Does The Fox Say?” skit (September 19, 2013).

The Ellen DeGeneres Show YouTube Video For September 19, 2013: Skit For “Ellen Makes a ‘Know or Go’ Dream Come True” (Featuring Kara Jones)

The following comedy video comes from the Ellen DeGeneres Show. It was uploaded to YouTube on September 19, 2013. This skit is called “Ellen Makes a ‘Know or Go’ Dream Come True.”

Ellen was asking questions to audience members off camera yesterday. One girl had a recurring dream that she came to Ellen’s show and got to play Know Or Go. And she also dreamt that everyone would get the new iPhone for free. And then she just dreamed that she and Ellen were friends or something like that.

The woman’s name was Kara Jones. So Ellen brought her back on this episode. And to make her dream come true, she had Jones play Know Or Go.

Ellen had Kara twerk like Miley Cyrus. The fox says, “Ding da ding ding ding.”

Jones then had to swiftly say 5 things in her bedroom (she is a Taylor Swift fan).

Ellen asked about a Pitbull song and also brought out Pink. Kara had to guess Pink’s full real name. She guessed “Pink The Artist” since she didn’t know. Pink’s name is Alicia. Kara won the brand new iPhone as a gift.

Click here to see Ellen’s YouTube video for the “Ellen Makes a ‘Know or Go’ Dream Come True” skit (September 19, 2013).

The Ellen DeGeneres Show YouTube Video For September 19, 2013: Monologue Segment For “Heads Up! These Are Imposters”

The following comedy video comes from the Ellen DeGeneres Show. It was uploaded to YouTube on September 19, 2013. This segment is part of Ellen’s daily monologue. It is called “Heads Up! These Are Imposters.”

Someone pretending to be Ellen did an aerial routine as the intro to this monologue. She said it was her homage to Pink, who is interviewed on this episode.

Ellen is complaining that a lot of programmers are ripping off her Heads Up! game app. This is a game where you try to get a friend to guess words, and it records a video of the person as he or she is trying to guess.

Ellen launched the Heads Up! app on the show. She played the game with Owen Wilson and Lucille Ball. Lucy loved it, and Ellen loves Lucy.

Ellen says Tilt Up is a knockoff. Heads Up Charades is another one. Then, there is a Russian knockoff of Heads Up!

Ellen says if you want to play the real game, it is just called “Heads Up!” It is better than the others, and it’s the only one she makes money off of.

Ellen’s YouTube Video For The “Heads Up! These Are Imposters” Monologue (September 19, 2013)

The Ellen DeGeneres Show YouTube Video For September 18, 2013: Skit For “Fashion Week On Ellen”

The following comedy video comes from the Ellen DeGeneres Show. It was uploaded to YouTube on September 18, 2013. This skit is called “Fashion Week On Ellen.”

Last week was New York Fashion Week. So this segment is Ellen’s Fashion Week Roundup. Here are some basic descriptions of clothing fashion designs featured in this segment:

1. Something that looked like a square rug.

2. “Flasher” outfit.

3. A man’s thing that Ellen said you could accessorize with a teacup and bowl of hard candies.

4. Some girl was happy. Her makeup made her look sort of like a clown.

5. Tweetie Bird (or some similar bird). Ellen said it was ridiculous and no one would wear it. Some woman in the audience was wearing it and left.

Click here to see Ellen’s YouTube video for the “Fashion Week On Ellen” skit (September 18, 2013).

The Ellen DeGeneres Show YouTube Video For September 18, 2013: Monologue Segment For “Ellen’s In The Guinness Book Of World Records”

The following comedy video comes from the Ellen DeGeneres Show. It was uploaded to YouTube on September 18, 2013. This segment is part of Ellen’s daily monologue. It is called “Ellen’s In The Guinness Book Of World Records.”

Ellen was in a bookstore the other day. That’s where you used to go to the restroom before Starbucks.

She likes to buy new books. Ellen likes the feel of the books, the smell, and lighting the paper up and smoking it.

Ellen then talks about the book, “Guinness World Records 2014.” Here is some of what she showed from the book:

1. 95-year-old Ida Herbert is the world’s oldest yoga teacher. She can remember 100 poses but forgot her pants.

2. Peter Glazebrook grew the heaviest onion. It weighed 18 pounds and 1 ounce. Ellen said he sold it for $1.48.

3. There were some silly records about how fast some guys drank a bottle of ketchup and mustard. The mustard guy also holds the world record for number of times thrown out of a Denny’s.

4. Milan Baticz, from Hungary, holds the record for the most times solving a Rubik’s Cube in 24 hours. He did it 4786 times. He’s single, ladies.

5. Ellen is on Page 129. She holds the world record for TV personality with the most Twitter followers, at over 19 million. So she drank a bottle or Ranch dressing for nothing.

The other record she wants to share is the one she will play to dance.

Ellen’s YouTube Video For The “Ellen’s In The Guinness Book Of World Records” Monologue (September 18, 2013)

The Ellen DeGeneres Show YouTube Music Video For September 18, 2013: Josh Groban Performs “I Believe”

The following music video comes from the Ellen DeGeneres Show. It aired on the Wednesday, September 18, 2013 episode. This segment features singer Josh Groban, who has sold over 25 million albums in his career.

On this episode, Josh Groban performed a song called “I Believe.” It is from his latest album, which is called “All That Echoes.” According to Ellen, the U.S. tour that Josh is about to embark on is already sold out.

“All That Echoes” hit #1 on the Billboard 200 main album chart.

“I Believe (When I Fall In Love It Will Be Forever)” was written by Stevie Wonder and Yvonne Wright. It is from Stevie Wonder’s “Talking Book” album, from 1972.

Ellen YouTube Video Of Josh Groban’s Performance Of “I Believe”

The Ellen DeGeneres Show YouTube Video For September 17, 2013: Monologue Segment For “Ellen Talks Miss America”

The following comedy video comes from the Ellen DeGeneres Show. It was uploaded to YouTube on September 17, 2013. This segment is part of Ellen’s daily monologue. It is called “Ellen Talks Miss America.”

The 2013 Miss America pageant was on Sunday night. It’s Tuesday now. It took Ellen that long to process all the beauty and pageantry.

Miss Kansas showed her tattoos. She has the Serenity Prayer tattooed on her. But she probably got that when she was drunk.

Traditionalists don’t like the tattoo thing. They think the pageant requires a high standard while walking around in a bikini and high-heeled shoes.

Ellen thinks the Miss American pageant could use some upgrading. Evening gowns aren’t even popular. She has bought one in the last 50 years. That was for her friend Jerry.

Ellen thinks contestants should text with two thumbs. Or, they could parallel park in one try or set up Wi-Fi at Ellen’s house.

Another talent could be getting your baby to stop crying while cooking dinner.

Ellen said they still need to do all these things in a bikini, though.

Ellen doesn’t like the Q&A round. For example, our government can’t even figure out what to do in Syria. Yet, Miss California has to solve the problem in 20 seconds.

Ellen congratulates Miss New York for winning this year’s Miss America pageant.

Now, for the talent portion of this show, Ellen says it’s time to dance.

Ellen’s YouTube Video For The “Ellen Talks Miss America” Monologue (September 17, 2013)