Ellen DeGeneres celebrates her latest daytime talk show win at the 2021 People’s Choice Awards
A party is in order!
“It means more to me, especially now,” she told the audience. “This is our last season, so to everyone who voted and to everyone I’ve worked with over the past 19 years, we’re family. I love you all. I’m grateful and thank you for supporting me. for all these 19 years that we have done the show and the show has been the greatest experience of my life. I have enjoyed every moment of it.”
The popular talk show beat hello america, Live with Kelly and Ryan, Red table discussion, View and The Wendy Williams Show, making it the long-running show 13th win! DeGeneres has won 25 People’s Choice Awards in total.
Fans have been gearing up for this fall ever since DeGeneres announced in May that season 19 would be the last of the series. DeGeneres shared with The Hollywood Reporter, “When you’re a creative person, you constantly need to be challenged – and as great as this show is, and as fun as it is, it just isn’t a challenge anymore.”
As a child, DeGeneres recalled wanting to make people happy, laugh and smile. Luckily, the talk show gave him the opportunity to do that every day.
“We play games,” she explained. “We make people laugh, but we spotlight deserving people doing good in the world because there are a lot of people doing good in the world and we just don’t see enough of them. I ‘ I’m proud to be able to do this every day.”
Before leaving the stage, DeGeneres had a message for fans of all ages watching at home. While it can be nice to be important, it’s more important to be yourself.
“To all the people who don’t feel like you fit in or aren’t popular, that you’re part of the crowd, the point is to be yourself,” she said. declared. “The goal is to be exactly who you are. Don’t try to fit in. People who know you will be lucky and that’s exactly what you were born to be.”
At the 2020 People’s Choice Awards last year, DeGeneres accepted the award on stage in front of a virtual audience, awarding the prize to his “incredible team and incredible staff who make this show possible”.
“Thank you, from the bottom of my heart,” DeGeneres said from the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, Calif. “I love them all; I thank them for what they do every day to help this show be the best that we try to be every day,” she said.
“I say thank you people, thank you to all my fans for supporting me, supporting me,” DeGeneres said. “I can’t tell you how grateful I am and what it means to me. That’s more than I can tell you. Especially right now.”
The popular talk show, running since 2003, coming to an end after 18 years on the air. Its last episode will be in 2022.