The List surveyed 692 Americans, the results of which placed “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” at the top of the charts, with over 33% of the vote. The comedian-turned-talk-show host revealed she was retiring from her hit show after 19 seasons in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter. High-profile stories of staff mistreatment plagued the host for months before DeGeneres called her, but she claimed they had nothing to do with her decision. However, Rachael Ray could pinch her heels, with her show getting 22.69% of the vote for the show respondents would most like to appear on. “Good Morning America” came next, with just over 21%.
To bring up the rear, there is a trio of what most people would consider some of the most popular daytime talk shows, starting with “Today with Hoda & Jenna,” which won just 8. , 96% of the vote, followed closely by “The View” with 8.24. %. Clips of the latter frequently appear on Twitter following icon Whoopi Goldberg’s struggle with professional agitator Meghan McCain, but it’s safe to say that no one really wants to get caught up in the fray with these two IRLs. Still, they’d rather do that than visit Wendy Williams on her show, on which only 5.64% of respondents would like to appear. But the notoriously outspoken star is unlikely to be too upset to be the last (via New Yorker).