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    A former senior executive of Australia's Today show who was told 'not to look at' Ellen DeGeneres during a tense meeting in 2013 has revealed he wasn't surprised when her staffers made allegations of on-set bullying last month. Neil Breen, who witnessed the tension among Ellen's employees first hand when the talk show host, 62, appeared on Today seven years ago, took aim at Ellen yet again during Wednesday's episode of A Current Affair. Breen, who now presents his own radio show on 4BC, told the program: 'As soon as I first saw reports surface there were troubles behind the scenes at Ellen's show, I didn't bat an eyelid.' 'I didn't bat an eyelid': A former senior executive of Australia's Today show...
    The Ellen DeGeneres Show executive producer says the show is not going off the air as workplace investigation continues. Executive producer Andy Lassner shared his thoughts on the future of show on Twitter, reports etonline.com. A Twitter user wished him well in response to another tweet, also writing that “If the Ellen show goes off the air due to all these allegations… I hope you are able to find employment quickly.” Lassner replied: “Nobody is going off the air.” Ellen DeGeneres Addresses Workplace Misconduct Charges on Her Talk Show Warner Bros. Television sent an internal memo last week informing staffers that WarnerMedia would be seeking the services of an independent third-party firm, which will interview current and former employees about...
    With remote back-to-school, child care challenges — for providers and families — emerge Ground beef recall 2020: JBS Food Canada recalls more than 38,000 pounds of meat An executive producer on Ellen said nobody is going off the air amid allegations of a toxic work environment on set © Provided by INSIDER Andy Lassner has been an executive producer on "Ellen" since 2003. TheEllenShow / YouTube Andy Lassner, executive producer on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," tweeted back to someone who was questioning whether the show would be canceled. "Nobody is going off the air," he said. Lassner has been the executive producer on "Ellen" since 2003. The show's future is uncertain since Buzzfeed News published an investigation spoke...
    Andy Lassner has been an executive producer on "Ellen" since 2003. TheEllenShow / YouTube Andy Lassner, executive producer on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," tweeted back to someone who was questioning whether the show would be canceled. "Nobody is going off the air," he said. Lassner has been the executive producer on "Ellen" since 2003. The show's future is uncertain since Buzzfeed News published an investigation spoke to employees who claimed the set was rife with sexual misconduct and harassment. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. An executive producer on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" has spoken out about rumors the show will be canceled after allegations of sexual misconduct and harassment were aired in an explosive Buzzfeed News...
    Dozens of former staffers on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” have alleged that top executives who work behind the scenes have engaged in sexual misconduct with lower-level employees — including one who asked for a hand job and oral sex, according to a new report. BuzzFeed News reported Thursday that it spoke with 36 former employees of DeGeneres’ eponymous show, many of whom corroborated incidents of sexual misconduct, harassment and assault. All of the former staffers, many of whom left the show voluntarily, declined to be identified amid fears of retribution, the news outlet reported. One of them alleged that head writer and executive producer Kevin Leman requested a hand job and oral sex from him in a bathroom during a...
    Concentration camps and forced labor: China’s repression of the Uighurs, explained Globe-trotter Bance quits CAF club title contenders Horoya Uncensored: TV One Sets Season 3 Premiere Date With New Batch of Celebrities (Exclusive) © TheWrap Uncensored TV One has set a return date for "Uncensored," the popular docuseries that lets stars take the wheel as they give viewers a peek into their private lives. Season 3 of the series, which was taped pre-COVID-19, premieres Sunday, Sept. 6 at 10/9c. This season's featured personalities include "Power" star Omari Hardwick, "Ray" star Larenz Tate, musician and actor Tyrese Gibson, rapper Eve, "Love and Hip-Hop" star Yandy Smith-Harris, "Black-ish" actress Jenifer Lewis, and "Grey's Anatomy" actress Debbie Allen. Also read: Sarah...
    Getty Acclaimed producer/director Reginald Hudlin is set to make Hollywood history when he becomes the first-ever Black executive producer of the Primetime Emmys. Guy Carrington, David Jammy and Ian Stewart of Done + Dusted are also set to return to produce the telecast alongside host Jimmy Kimmel, Variety reports.  “I’m excited to collaborate with this outstanding team as we produce a show that celebrates the best of what we do and reflects this moment in history,” said Hudlin, who earned an Emmy nomination for producing the 88th Academy Awards show.  Read More: Did ‘When They See Us’ get robbed at the Emmys? Meanwhile, amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, details about whether the Emmys will go down live in-person or...
    (Photo by Ian Tuttle/Getty Images for Breakthrough Prize ) Tyra Banks is taking her talents to the ballroom! ABC has confirmed that the supermodel will be the take the helm of Dancing With the Stars as the next season’s new host. She’s replacing longtime host Tom Bergeron (who has hosted all 28 seasons) and Erin Andrews, who joined him in Season 18. Read More: Tyra Banks reacts to backlash over past ‘ANTM’ conduct: ‘I agree with you’ (Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images) In addition to her hosting duties, Banks will also be an executive producer of the show that features celebrities competing for the coveted mirror-ball trophy alongside the pros they are paired with. “I’ve been a...
    Australia Caps Number of Returning Citizens, Reviews Quarantine Justin Allgaier transported to local hospital following last-lap crash at Kentucky Julia Dray, Entertainment Executive and Producer of Broken Lizard Films, Dies at 56 Julia Dray, an executive at Disney, Fox Searchlight and Broken Lizard and a producer on comedy films including Dave Chappelle's Half-Baked and Norm MacDonald's Dirty Work, has died. She was 56. Dray died Sunday in Los Angeles after a long illness, friend Christina Kounelias, president of worldwide marketing for Participant told The Hollywood Reporter. In 2006, Dray joined Broken Lizard — founded by Jay Chandrasekhar, Kevin Heffernan, Steve Lemme, Paul Soter and Erik Stolhanske and best known for Super Trooper (2001) — and helped with a slate of projects for the company's first-look deal with...