#Ellen and her wife #PortiaDiRossi , recently sold a Hollywood Hills mansion for $9.9 million to #CalvinKlein confidante Barry K. Schwartz and his wife, Sheryl
It was not Ellen’s first time selling the home, as she previously had owned the 4,000-square feet abode (with five bedrooms and three bathrooms) from 2005 until September 2007, when she received $10 million for the mansion and an adjacent dwelling from window heiress Allison Milgard.
There must have been something that drew Ellen back, as she went on to re-acquire the home for $8.75 million in November of 2014.
“Thank you so much for spending your life fighting for the middle class, and for women, and for kids. I’ve also spent my life fighting for kids, but I am talking about baby goats.”
“Every day we face hard choices like, which statement blazer to wear. When I’m president I’ll make sure that every American has a fair shot to live up to his or her God given potential to watch you dance!”
When Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt won his third consecutive gold medal for the 100-meter dash Sunday night, he probably wasn’t expecting to become a meme. But Getty photographer Cameron Spencer happened to capture the runner just as he turned his head and smiled as though to say, “Yeah, I’m gonna beat these guys." Just like that, Smiling Usain Bolt was born.
Always a fan of a rising meme, the Ellen Show’s Twitter account tried to get in on the action late Monday by tweeting out a digitally altered image of the host with Smiling Bolt. There’s one problem, though: She’s riding him. While fans on Twitter were all about the original Smiling Bolt, Ellen’s contribution was widely received as racially insensitive. Here’s how the show has responded.