Emmy-winning daytime hostess Ellen DeGeneres is speaking out against a frightening surge in teen bullying across the country that has prompted a rash of suicides among American youth, particularly those in the gay community.
This week, Rutgers University freshman Tyler Clementi became the fourth gay teen to take his own life the last month after two of his classmates outed him by broadcasting one of his trysts online with the help of a webcam. Another gay young man, Seth Walsh, died in a Los Angeles-area hospital on Tuesday afternoon after nine days on life support. The 13-year-old hanged himself from a tree in his backyard after years of being bullied at
On Tuesday edition of the Late Show with David Letterman, Emmy-winning daytime hostess Ellen DeGeneres stayed up a little late to present the “Top Ten Things That Have Been on Ellen DeGeneres’ Mind Lately!”
The seventh season finale of So You Think You Can Dance — FOX’s hit summer dance competition –featured performances from dance troop Quest Crew, 7-year-old tap dancer Luke Spring, and a duet between hip-hop dancer and SYTYCD alum Stephen “tWitch” Boss and former American Idol judge Ellen DeGeneres!
Fans of So You Think You Can Dance will be treated to a “very special performance” by Emmy-winning talk show host/comedienne Ellen DeGeneres on tonight’s season finale. Ellen and her happy feet will hit the stage for a dance with Season 3 SYTYCD champ Stephen “tWitch” Boss on Thursday’s two-hour season ender, airing @ 8 PM ET live/PT tape-delayed on FOX.