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Last week Ellen DeGeneres brought one very lucky American audience to Australia and now she's giving Aussies a chance to catch her show in America.
Qantas Airways, which just named a plane after the talk show queen, is giving five people the chance to take a friend on a trip to Los Angeles and be a part of The Ellen DeGeneres Show audience.
Yesterday, Ellen DeGeneres and wife Portia De Rossi were spotted arriving at LAX to catch a Qantas flight to Sydney, Australia for their Oprah-esque Trip with one very lucky studio audience.
As Ellen boarded her flight she was given more than just first class treatment#&151;they actually named the plane after her.
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We know Ellen Degeneres is heading off to Australia very soon after she "pulled an Oprah" and surprised her audience with tickets down under. Now, it seems the talk show host is trying to start a new trend. Koalaing!
Planking has come and gone, "owling" has come and gone, and now we are witness to a new craze of making like the cute and cuddly Australian marsupials. Just like a koala hangs out in gum trees, one person latches on to another with all 4 limbs; wrapping arms and legs around the person. It looks ridiculous, but we imagine it would make for great photo ops. (side note: koalas are not as friendly as they look).
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Seems that when anyone scores tickets to some talk show, the chance they walk away with swag are high. About a week ago, Ellen played the perfect philanthropic TV personality and gave her audience a huge trip to Australia as part of her own trip down under in March.
We've seen it all before, talk show host announces a free trip to Australia and the audience goes absolutely bananas with screams of joy and free-flowing tears. The scene wasn't too dissimilar to Oprah's announcement in 2010.
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Few people saw Ellen DeGeneres' second-coming as an entertainer when her talk show launched in 2003. Now, though, she's adored by many for her signature dance, relaxed interviewing style, and ability to deliver a killer commencement speech, making tickets to Ellen seemingly impossible to come by. The best you can do is try your luck via the booking process, which we're going to walk you through step-by-step. Demand for certain days and times, and your degree of luck, will ultimately determine whether you'll sit in as an audience member.
First, you'll have to consult the online calendar to see if there are open dates in the near future. Already this is problematic. We tried scrolling across dates in December and January and weren't allowed to click on any, which tells us that they're either not open for request yet, or they're full.
Ellen DeGeneres just finished up her "Ellen on a Plane" broadcast here on the east coast. The show was coordinated by American Express and Delta Air Lines who put Ellen on a brand new circumcised Delta plane as it flew from LA and New York and waited for hilarity to ensue.
Ellen DeGeneres, American Express and Delta Air Lines are going airborne with the "The Ellen DeGeneres Show".
Inspired by Jamiroquai, and the rumors of Digg on Virgin America (on a side-note, can someone tell us if the Diggnation Virgin America booze flight broadcast is ever going to happen?), Ellen will host a special edition of her show onboard a Delta Air Lines' 767-400 flight traveling from Los Angeles to New York this Friday, May 18. The show is scheduled to air on Tuesday, May 22.
Ellen will keep the traveling audience entertained from coast to coast in this intimate setting, interacting and interviewing passengers, including actress Allison Janney. During the flight, Ellen and the Delta flight crew will highlight for the onboard audience ways in which American Express offers the ultimate in stress-free travel.
God, let's hope Peter Greenberg is on the flight and lets loose with his patented caffeine tongue. Better yet, someone get Ann Curry on that flight, if we want to know what someone on network television really thinks of Delta's "stress-free travel" claims.
[Photo: ashergrey, Ellen pop up is all us]
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