Ellen DeGeneres has at least one celeb supporter, Katy Perry

Lawrence Kim
August 4, 2020

The Arrested Development star spoke out on the workplace accusations for the first time on August 3, 2020, posting a photo to Instagram that read "I stand by Ellen" in the show's signature colors.

Katy Parry on Ellen DeGeneres' show.

One person, at least, doesn't seem to think Ellen DeGeneres is mean.

The benefit special will be broadcast commercial-free.(Photo by FOX via Getty Images) The Ellen DeGeneres Show is now the subject of an investigation into allegations that it is a toxic work environment.

Nacho continued, "So I stand for you my friend and I challenge all the incredible people that know you and call you a friend to say who you are".

The Ellen DeGeneres Show has always been a beloved syndicated program, but spikes have been thrown by not only former staffers, but celebrities who have appeared on the show itself and an internal investigation launched by WarnerMedia. "Actually, no, that's not the truth, Ellen", said Dakota - it quickly became a meme.

For instance, just recently, ex-employees spoke out about being subjected to sexual abuse and inappropriate conduct at the hands of several of The Ellen DeGeneres Show's executive producers. "To think that any one of you felt that way is terrible to me".

Months later, as the world locked itself down against the coronavirus pandemic and Ellen DeGeneres went viral (not in a good way) for comparing quarantine to jail, things blew up.

Prior to the BuzzFeed story, comedian Kevin T. Porter solicited negative stories about DeGeneres in a March 20 Twitter thread to raise money for the L.A. Food Bank.

"Alongside Warner Bros., we immediately began an internal investigation and we are taking steps, together, to correct the issues. Know more than one who were treated horribly by her. Common knowledge".

Responding to a People magazine report about Brad Garrett's tweet, Lea Thompson tweeted on Friday: "True story".

Portia De Rossi is showing her support for wife Ellen DeGeneres as she fights multiple accusations of mistreatment from current and former "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" employees.

Sharing an image on Instagram which read "I stand by Ellen", the 47-year-old model wrote: "To all our fans.we see you". Portia's message also included, "Thank you for your support".

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