Interesting Rules And Behind-The-Scenes Facts About Being A Guest On The Ellen DeGeneres Show

The Ellen DeGeneres Show is an American daytime television talk show hosted by writer, comedian, and actress Ellen DeGeneres. The program first aired in 2003 and has been in syndication since. Throughout the show’s running, it has received 171 Daytime Emmy Award nominations and has won 61 one of them, including four for Outstanding Talk Show and seven for Outstanding Talk Show Entertainment. Take a look to see what it’s like behind the scenes of the show and what’s it’s like being a part of the live studio audience.

Don’t Forget To Choose Your Outfit Carefully!

Girl meeting Ellen
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If you’ve ever wondered why The Ellen DeGeneres Show looks like it has such a fun crowd, that could be because of what they’re wearing. Those that attend the taping are instructed beforehand to wear the brightest colors they own so they can stick out.

Wearing black and white, on the other hand, is frowned upon. The show’s producers also don’t appreciate people that are wearing jeans and tell audiences to shoot for “business casual or upscale/trendy attire.”