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  • My sitcom Ellen, ran for five years and

  • it would not have been the same without my amazing cast.

  • Take a look.

  • >> Hi, Ellen.

  • Can

  • you guys believe that we have in Kentucky for almost 12 hours?

  • And I'm not even tired.

  • I mean you'd think I'll be a little bit sleepy.

  • But I can just keep talking and talking and talking.

  • I haven't felt anything >>

  • [MUSIC]

  • >> [MUSIC]

  • [LAUGH]

  • >> Please welcome Joey Fisher, Clea Lewis and David Anthony Higgins.

  • >> [APPLAUSE]

  • [MUSIC]

  • >> Boy.

  • >> You've got another show.

  • >> I have this now.

  • >> Yeah.

  • >> Yes.

  • >> Look how smoking hot we all are.

  • >> Look at us.

  • >> I can't believe we have not been together since the show ended.

  • >> No. >> All of this together in this little

  • configuration.

  • >> It's a crime.

  • I don't know why.

  • >> Yes.

  • >> All right so when you're looking at that back stage and watching these clips,

  • what are your thoughts and feelings?

  • >> Well, Laura was incredible just now in saying what

  • we all sort of thought about the puppy episode.

  • But we all were there for the journey to that show.

  • And I think it was a blessing for all of us.

  • I mean I was so happy that you were the star of my show.

  • But

  • I feel like we got to take the ride with you and it was an incredible gift.

  • >> Thanks.

  • >> So in terms of the puppy episode itself, I mean I just remember

  • the insanely charged atmosphere that kind of was building throughout the season.

  • But then certainly those couple of weeks, it was out of control and

  • exciting and a little scary.

  • Like you mentioned the bomb sniffing dogs that would have to come through.

  • And they were cute, but

  • we had to leave the stage.

  • >> [LAUGH] Yeah. >> [LAUGH]

  • When the bomb sniffing dogs

  • went through.

  • >> You couldn't stay. >> Yeah.

  • >> Crazy. >> Couldn't stay and pet them?

  • >> No, I wanted to.

  • >> No, no.

  • >> It will distract him.

  • >> Yeah, exactly.

  • >> Look at us singing.

  • >> We were.

  • >> But it was weird >>

  • >> The point at the time, word started

  • getting out and it kind of became the center of the gay universe in a way.

  • I remember being in the craft services.

  • And this guy, like who's this guy?

  • I can't get to the bean dip.

  • There's this guy here and it was George Michael.

  • >> Yeah, it really was. I mean that especially the taping of

  • the coming out episode with George Michael and Tracy Chapman-

  • >> Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.

  • Melissa and Katy, and

  • there were so many people that they were on the show, but

  • they were people that just wanted to watch just to be there.

  • >> Yeah. >> Absolutely, the audience was insane.

  • >> Yeah, and I think we all knew that it was history but

  • we didn't realize what really it was.

  • This was very, very special.

  • I wanna thank Oprah Winfrey, Laura Dern, the cast of Ellen and all of you for

  • being here today.

  • I also wanna thank everyone who has supported me every step of the way.

  • Obviously, we have come a long way in the past 20 years.

  • Even when the show started, the network was very uncomfortable with me even

  • talking about my sexuality or my relationship.

  • And now we're here and I've done a whole show about the fact that I'm gay.

  • So we have come a long way but we still have a long way to go to make sure

  • everybody has the right to be who they are.

  • And one way we can start,

  • and I say it every single day,

  • is to be kind to one another.

  • Bye.

  • [MUSIC]

  • >> I'm still gay.

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