Tuesday 24 May 2022 06:52 PM Oprah Winfrey and Mila Kunis make final appearances on the Ellen DeGeneres Show trends now

Tuesday 24 May 2022 06:52 PM Oprah Winfrey and Mila Kunis make final appearances on the Ellen DeGeneres Show trends now
Tuesday 24 May 2022 06:52 PM Oprah Winfrey and Mila Kunis make final appearances on the Ellen DeGeneres Show trends now

Tuesday 24 May 2022 06:52 PM Oprah Winfrey and Mila Kunis make final appearances on the Ellen DeGeneres Show trends now

Oprah Winfrey and Mila Kunis were the featured guests on Tuesday's episode of Ellen DeGeneres' chat show, which is ending its 19-year run this week.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the 68-year-old billionaire TV mogul received a standing ovation as she made her first appearance in front of a live audience since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.

'It's good to see people!' Oprah exclaimed, after telling the audience that she had been extremely cautious over the past two years.

In the studio: Oprah Winfrey and Mila Kunis were the featured guests on Tuesday's episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show

In the studio: Oprah Winfrey and Mila Kunis were the featured guests on Tuesday's episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show

Last days: It was the two stars' last appearances on the show, which is ending its 19-year run this week

Last days: It was the two stars' last appearances on the show, which is ending its 19-year run this week

The talk show legend had flown in from Atlanta, where she is currently filming The Color Purple musical remake, just to make an appearance during the final days of Ellen's show.

Oprah admitted that she had been tearing up backstage, as she was reminded of the end of her own show, which ran from 1986 to 2011.

'There will never ever be a time like this,' the superstar told Ellen, 64. 

She's back! According to The Hollywood Reporter , the 68-year-old billionaire TV mogul received a standing ovation as she made her first appearance in front of a live audience since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic

She's back! According to The Hollywood Reporter , the 68-year-old billionaire TV mogul received a standing ovation as she made her first appearance in front of a live audience since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic

Ellen said that she was 'trying to stay present and feel all of it' when it came to her emotions around her final tapings and also explained that she was consulting with author and purpose coach Jay Shetty.

The Ellen star noted that she had been inspired by Oprah and shared that few people, let alone women, could relate to the experience that she was going through.

Per THR, Oprah and Ellen chatted during the commercial break with the What I Know For Sure author standing up and participated in a choreographed dance from her chair, which was led by Ellen's sidekick/co-host Stephen 'tWitch' Boss.

'It's good to see people!' Oprah exclaimed, after telling the audience that she had been extremely cautious over the past two years

'It's good to see people!' Oprah exclaimed, after telling the audience that she had been extremely cautious over the past two years

Final appearance: The talk show legend had flown in from Atlanta, where she is currently filming The Color Purple musical remake, just to make an appearance during the final days of Ellen's show

Final appearance: The talk show legend had flown in from Atlanta, where she is currently filming The Color Purple musical remake, just to make an appearance during the final days of Ellen's show

At the end of the segment, the two hosts, who are also neighbors in Montecito, California joked about future projects that they could collaborate on such as 'Real Ex-Talk Show Hosts of Santa Barbara' and 'CSI: Montecito'.  

Ellen concluded by telling Oprah, 'my mentor, my friend — thank you for all

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