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Ellen DeGeneres Takes Over the Food Blogosphere

Ellen DeGeneres Takes Over the Food Blogosphere

Ellen goes vegan and takes the world with her

Is there anything that Ellen can’t do? This week, famed comedienne and talk show host Ellen DeGeneres can securely check "online media mogul" off the list in her continued quest for world domination. The AOL Lifestyle website “Going Vegan With Ellen” launched complete with tips on how to transition into a vegan lifestyle, a host of informational resources, and quick and easy vegan recipes contributed by her celeb pals like Bethenny Frankel. In a time when consumers are getting more and more health-conscious about their eating habits, Ellen may just popularize vegetables in the way that Oprah brought dieting to the forefront of the average household.

How can you get started? According the site, a great way to get started is to do some investigating. See if you can find vegan-friendly stores and restaurants in your neighborhood that you didn’t even know existed. Ask your vegan or vegetarian friends where they shop. If you don’t have any vegan friends, see if you can make some! Apparently, neo-veganism is all about sharing information and joining a community.

Ellen also finds herself in good company with other well-known celebrity vegan food blogs like actress Alicia Silverstone’s, “The Kind Life” and Olivia Wilde’s “Wilde Things.” However, celebrity food blogs are nothing new — with the success of Gwyneth Paltrow’s weekly lifestyle newsletter GOOP and former “Living Color” star, David Alan Grier’s DAG’s Food Blog, Ellen’s camp is going to have to keep churning out fresh content in order to stay relevant. Something tells you, Ellen’s got this one covered.

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Kelly Clarkson set to take over Ellen DeGeneres' talk show time slot

Stand back, daytime talk show fans, there's a new queen in town.

"The Kelly Clarkson Show," now in its second season, will "take over leading time periods by fall 2022," according to a news release from NBCUniversal Syndication Studios issued Wednesday.

And while it doesn't say it explicitly, what this really means is that as "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" phases out next year, Clarkson is set to dance right on into the part of the day audiences have gotten used to seeing DeGeneres in.

Clarkson's show recently earned six Daytime Emmy nominations, and has been renewed through 2023.

"We look forward to Ellen DeGeneres' 19th season paired with Kelly Clarkson for what is sure to be a blockbuster year," said Valari Staab, NBCUniversal Local president. She added that Clarkson will be "the star of our daytime entertainment schedules and an asset to our early afternoon newscasts."

Meanwhile, Tracie Wilson, NBCUniversal Syndication Studios executive vice president, teases a lot more to come for Clarkson's next season. "Kelly and our entire production team put their heart, intent and incredible passion into making a show that resonates with people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds. We're working on some big plans for season 3 and are looking forward to becoming the premier show in daytime for years to come."


Kelly Clarkson set to take over Ellen DeGeneres' talk show time slot

Stand back, daytime talk show fans, there's a new queen in town.

"The Kelly Clarkson Show," now in its second season, will "take over leading time periods by fall 2022," according to a news release from NBCUniversal Syndication Studios issued Wednesday.

And while it doesn't say it explicitly, what this really means is that as "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" phases out next year, Clarkson is set to dance right on into the part of the day audiences have gotten used to seeing DeGeneres in.

Clarkson's show recently earned six Daytime Emmy nominations, and has been renewed through 2023.

"We look forward to Ellen DeGeneres' 19th season paired with Kelly Clarkson for what is sure to be a blockbuster year," said Valari Staab, NBCUniversal Local president. She added that Clarkson will be "the star of our daytime entertainment schedules and an asset to our early afternoon newscasts."

Meanwhile, Tracie Wilson, NBCUniversal Syndication Studios executive vice president, teases a lot more to come for Clarkson's next season. "Kelly and our entire production team put their heart, intent and incredible passion into making a show that resonates with people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds. We're working on some big plans for season 3 and are looking forward to becoming the premier show in daytime for years to come."


Kelly Clarkson set to take over Ellen DeGeneres' talk show time slot

Stand back, daytime talk show fans, there's a new queen in town.

"The Kelly Clarkson Show," now in its second season, will "take over leading time periods by fall 2022," according to a news release from NBCUniversal Syndication Studios issued Wednesday.

And while it doesn't say it explicitly, what this really means is that as "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" phases out next year, Clarkson is set to dance right on into the part of the day audiences have gotten used to seeing DeGeneres in.

Clarkson's show recently earned six Daytime Emmy nominations, and has been renewed through 2023.

"We look forward to Ellen DeGeneres' 19th season paired with Kelly Clarkson for what is sure to be a blockbuster year," said Valari Staab, NBCUniversal Local president. She added that Clarkson will be "the star of our daytime entertainment schedules and an asset to our early afternoon newscasts."

Meanwhile, Tracie Wilson, NBCUniversal Syndication Studios executive vice president, teases a lot more to come for Clarkson's next season. "Kelly and our entire production team put their heart, intent and incredible passion into making a show that resonates with people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds. We're working on some big plans for season 3 and are looking forward to becoming the premier show in daytime for years to come."


Kelly Clarkson set to take over Ellen DeGeneres' talk show time slot

Stand back, daytime talk show fans, there's a new queen in town.

"The Kelly Clarkson Show," now in its second season, will "take over leading time periods by fall 2022," according to a news release from NBCUniversal Syndication Studios issued Wednesday.

And while it doesn't say it explicitly, what this really means is that as "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" phases out next year, Clarkson is set to dance right on into the part of the day audiences have gotten used to seeing DeGeneres in.

Clarkson's show recently earned six Daytime Emmy nominations, and has been renewed through 2023.

"We look forward to Ellen DeGeneres' 19th season paired with Kelly Clarkson for what is sure to be a blockbuster year," said Valari Staab, NBCUniversal Local president. She added that Clarkson will be "the star of our daytime entertainment schedules and an asset to our early afternoon newscasts."

Meanwhile, Tracie Wilson, NBCUniversal Syndication Studios executive vice president, teases a lot more to come for Clarkson's next season. "Kelly and our entire production team put their heart, intent and incredible passion into making a show that resonates with people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds. We're working on some big plans for season 3 and are looking forward to becoming the premier show in daytime for years to come."


Kelly Clarkson set to take over Ellen DeGeneres' talk show time slot

Stand back, daytime talk show fans, there's a new queen in town.

"The Kelly Clarkson Show," now in its second season, will "take over leading time periods by fall 2022," according to a news release from NBCUniversal Syndication Studios issued Wednesday.

And while it doesn't say it explicitly, what this really means is that as "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" phases out next year, Clarkson is set to dance right on into the part of the day audiences have gotten used to seeing DeGeneres in.

Clarkson's show recently earned six Daytime Emmy nominations, and has been renewed through 2023.

"We look forward to Ellen DeGeneres' 19th season paired with Kelly Clarkson for what is sure to be a blockbuster year," said Valari Staab, NBCUniversal Local president. She added that Clarkson will be "the star of our daytime entertainment schedules and an asset to our early afternoon newscasts."

Meanwhile, Tracie Wilson, NBCUniversal Syndication Studios executive vice president, teases a lot more to come for Clarkson's next season. "Kelly and our entire production team put their heart, intent and incredible passion into making a show that resonates with people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds. We're working on some big plans for season 3 and are looking forward to becoming the premier show in daytime for years to come."


Kelly Clarkson set to take over Ellen DeGeneres' talk show time slot

Stand back, daytime talk show fans, there's a new queen in town.

"The Kelly Clarkson Show," now in its second season, will "take over leading time periods by fall 2022," according to a news release from NBCUniversal Syndication Studios issued Wednesday.

And while it doesn't say it explicitly, what this really means is that as "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" phases out next year, Clarkson is set to dance right on into the part of the day audiences have gotten used to seeing DeGeneres in.

Clarkson's show recently earned six Daytime Emmy nominations, and has been renewed through 2023.

"We look forward to Ellen DeGeneres' 19th season paired with Kelly Clarkson for what is sure to be a blockbuster year," said Valari Staab, NBCUniversal Local president. She added that Clarkson will be "the star of our daytime entertainment schedules and an asset to our early afternoon newscasts."

Meanwhile, Tracie Wilson, NBCUniversal Syndication Studios executive vice president, teases a lot more to come for Clarkson's next season. "Kelly and our entire production team put their heart, intent and incredible passion into making a show that resonates with people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds. We're working on some big plans for season 3 and are looking forward to becoming the premier show in daytime for years to come."


Kelly Clarkson set to take over Ellen DeGeneres' talk show time slot

Stand back, daytime talk show fans, there's a new queen in town.

"The Kelly Clarkson Show," now in its second season, will "take over leading time periods by fall 2022," according to a news release from NBCUniversal Syndication Studios issued Wednesday.

And while it doesn't say it explicitly, what this really means is that as "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" phases out next year, Clarkson is set to dance right on into the part of the day audiences have gotten used to seeing DeGeneres in.

Clarkson's show recently earned six Daytime Emmy nominations, and has been renewed through 2023.

"We look forward to Ellen DeGeneres' 19th season paired with Kelly Clarkson for what is sure to be a blockbuster year," said Valari Staab, NBCUniversal Local president. She added that Clarkson will be "the star of our daytime entertainment schedules and an asset to our early afternoon newscasts."

Meanwhile, Tracie Wilson, NBCUniversal Syndication Studios executive vice president, teases a lot more to come for Clarkson's next season. "Kelly and our entire production team put their heart, intent and incredible passion into making a show that resonates with people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds. We're working on some big plans for season 3 and are looking forward to becoming the premier show in daytime for years to come."


Kelly Clarkson set to take over Ellen DeGeneres' talk show time slot

Stand back, daytime talk show fans, there's a new queen in town.

"The Kelly Clarkson Show," now in its second season, will "take over leading time periods by fall 2022," according to a news release from NBCUniversal Syndication Studios issued Wednesday.

And while it doesn't say it explicitly, what this really means is that as "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" phases out next year, Clarkson is set to dance right on into the part of the day audiences have gotten used to seeing DeGeneres in.

Clarkson's show recently earned six Daytime Emmy nominations, and has been renewed through 2023.

"We look forward to Ellen DeGeneres' 19th season paired with Kelly Clarkson for what is sure to be a blockbuster year," said Valari Staab, NBCUniversal Local president. She added that Clarkson will be "the star of our daytime entertainment schedules and an asset to our early afternoon newscasts."

Meanwhile, Tracie Wilson, NBCUniversal Syndication Studios executive vice president, teases a lot more to come for Clarkson's next season. "Kelly and our entire production team put their heart, intent and incredible passion into making a show that resonates with people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds. We're working on some big plans for season 3 and are looking forward to becoming the premier show in daytime for years to come."


Kelly Clarkson set to take over Ellen DeGeneres' talk show time slot

Stand back, daytime talk show fans, there's a new queen in town.

"The Kelly Clarkson Show," now in its second season, will "take over leading time periods by fall 2022," according to a news release from NBCUniversal Syndication Studios issued Wednesday.

And while it doesn't say it explicitly, what this really means is that as "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" phases out next year, Clarkson is set to dance right on into the part of the day audiences have gotten used to seeing DeGeneres in.

Clarkson's show recently earned six Daytime Emmy nominations, and has been renewed through 2023.

"We look forward to Ellen DeGeneres' 19th season paired with Kelly Clarkson for what is sure to be a blockbuster year," said Valari Staab, NBCUniversal Local president. She added that Clarkson will be "the star of our daytime entertainment schedules and an asset to our early afternoon newscasts."

Meanwhile, Tracie Wilson, NBCUniversal Syndication Studios executive vice president, teases a lot more to come for Clarkson's next season. "Kelly and our entire production team put their heart, intent and incredible passion into making a show that resonates with people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds. We're working on some big plans for season 3 and are looking forward to becoming the premier show in daytime for years to come."


Kelly Clarkson set to take over Ellen DeGeneres' talk show time slot

Stand back, daytime talk show fans, there's a new queen in town.

"The Kelly Clarkson Show," now in its second season, will "take over leading time periods by fall 2022," according to a news release from NBCUniversal Syndication Studios issued Wednesday.

And while it doesn't say it explicitly, what this really means is that as "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" phases out next year, Clarkson is set to dance right on into the part of the day audiences have gotten used to seeing DeGeneres in.

Clarkson's show recently earned six Daytime Emmy nominations, and has been renewed through 2023.

"We look forward to Ellen DeGeneres' 19th season paired with Kelly Clarkson for what is sure to be a blockbuster year," said Valari Staab, NBCUniversal Local president. She added that Clarkson will be "the star of our daytime entertainment schedules and an asset to our early afternoon newscasts."

Meanwhile, Tracie Wilson, NBCUniversal Syndication Studios executive vice president, teases a lot more to come for Clarkson's next season. "Kelly and our entire production team put their heart, intent and incredible passion into making a show that resonates with people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds. We're working on some big plans for season 3 and are looking forward to becoming the premier show in daytime for years to come."


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