Ellen DeGeneres, Wendy Williams Start Talk Show After Coronavirus Shutdown From Monday

Following the shutdown of Coronavirus, Ellen DeGeneres and Wendy Williams are both starting their talk shows from Monday.

Earlier, all TV shows were closed after watching the tragedy of Coronavirus.

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I’m back. Monday. @sir_twitch_alot @ChrissyTeigen @JohnLegend

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Ellen DeGeneres happily uploaded a video to Instagram saying, “Hi everybody! So guess what? We figured out how to do the show from my house.”

“We have a camera set up and we’re going to be doing interviews and it’s going to be fun. So starting Monday shows air! “

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Like her, Wendy Williams wrote on her Instagram that “I may not be in my purple chair, and it may not look the same, but starting Monday I’m very excited to get back to all of you. 📺”

“There’s so much uncertainty in all of our worlds right now and we need each other! Stay safe! I 💜you for watching! See you Monday! “