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Ellen DeGeneres Cancels Four Stand-Up Shows

Ellen DeGeneres Cancels Four Stand-Up Shows

Ellen DeGeneres Cancels Four Stand-Up Shows

Ellen DeGeneres canceled four of her Ellen’s Last Stand…Up comedy shows this week after beginning her tour in June.

Shows scheduled in July and August for Dallas, San Francisco, Seattle and Chicago were canceled, per an announcement on the Ticketmaster website.

“Unfortunately, the Event Organizer has had to cancel your event,” the company shared in a statement on the site. “You don’t need to do a thing. We’ll issue a refund to the original method of payment used at time of purchase, as soon as funds are received from the Event Organizer. It should appear on your account within 14-21 days.”

Reps for DeGeneres did not immediately respond to The Hollywood Reporter for comment.

Apart from Dallas, where she only had one show planned, DeGeneres will still appear for shows in San Francisco, Seattle and Chicago.

Ellen’s Last Stand…Up is the comedian’s first touring show since the 2022 end of her eponymous daytime talk show, which came after she faced claims of a toxic workplace in the summer of 2020. Previously, DeGeneres announced she would release a second and final Netflix special before the end of this year. The comedian’s 2018 Netflix special, Relatable, was the first of a two-special deal with Netflix.

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At an early performance of the show in Los Angeles, she joked about the toxic workplace controversy and said she was “kicked out of show business” for being “mean.”

Per a report from SFGate, the comedian repeated the same joke at a Santa Rosa show this week, and added, “I am many things, but I am not mean.”

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