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Ellen DeGeneres Talk Show Scandal
Ellen DeGeneres' brother is coming to her defense amid the ongoing controversy surrounding the workplace culture on her TV show.

Vance DeGeneres, 65, called Ellen, 62, a "bright light in a dark world" and expressed frustration at the attacks against her in social media posts on Tuesday.

"If you think Ellen would knowingly allow bullying or racism on her show, you don’t know my sister," Vance wrote on Twitter Tuesday. "She has been and continues to be a bright light in a dark world. She’s one of the kindest, most generous people you’ll ever meet. And one of the funniest."
On Facebook, the musician said that his younger sister is being "viciously attacked," and said that the criticism she is facing is "all bulls—."
"Ok, I need to say something. My sister is being viciously attacked. And let me assure you - it is all bulls—," he wrote. "I put up a simple statement yesterday that said 'I stand by Ellen.'

Only a handful of my Facebook 'friends' responded to it. If you don't support Ellen, then you don't support me, so please unfriend me."

Katy Perry and Kevin Hart also recently spoke up in defense of the Ellen DeGeneres Show host after an internal investigation was launched by WarnerMedia in response to former employees claims that the show's workplace environment is "toxic."

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