Ellen’s Writers ‘Speak the Lyrics’ to World Market Shoppers


You know I love when I send my
writers to talk to strangers. And they can only
use lyrics of songs. So this time we put hidden
cameras in World Market and sent them there. [MUSIC – ARIANA
GRANDE- “7 RINGS”] You like my hair? Gee, thanks, just bought it. I see it. I like it. I want it. I got it. You like my hair– Do you like my hair? Yeah, why? Just bought it. Really? [LAUGHTER] I see. I like it. I want it. I got it. [LAUGHTER] No way. It looks real? Whoever said money
can’t buy your problems must not have had enough
money to solve them. [LAUGHTER] Where did you find it? They said, which one? I said, I want all of them. [LAUGHTER] Nice, good choice. Happiness, is the same
face as red bottoms. It’s too much. [MUSIC – AVA MAX – “PSYCHO”] Oh, she’s sweet, but a
psycho, a little bit psycho. Oh, she’s sweet, but a psycho. Oh, what was that, La Llorna? A little bit psycho. Actually, the acting
was pretty good. Mm, at night, she screaming,
out of ma-ma mind! [LAUGH] [LAUGHTER] At least I understood
what you were saying. Hot, but a psycho. [LAUGH] [LAUGHTER] At night, she’s screaming. Yes, very much. I’m a little out of mind! [LAUGHTER] Oh, she’s sweet, but a
psycho, a little bit sweet. Oh, she’s sweet, but a
psycho, a little bit psycho. What’s that? At night, she’s screaming,
I’m, I’m, out of my mind! [LAUGH] [LAUGHTER] How cute. She’s hot, but a psycho. So left, but she’s
right, though. [LAUGH] At night, she’s screaming,
I’m, I’m I’m out of my mind. You know, I’m going to be
repeating that tonight. [MUSIC – KYGO AND SELENA GOMEZ –
“IT AIN’T ME”] I had a dream were
sipping whisky neat. I had a dream we were sipping
with whiskey neat, highest floor, at the Bowery. Huh. [LAUGHTER] That’s interesting. Yeah, somewhere along lines,
we stopped seeing eye to eye. You were staying out all night. And I hadn’t had enough. [LAUGHTER] Who’s going to walk you through
the dark side in the morning? Who’s going to rock you when
the sun won’t let you sleep? [LAUGHTER] Who’s waking you up
to drive you home, when you’re drunk, all alone? Who’s going to walk you through
the dark side in the morning? Right on. [LAUGHTER] It ain’t me. [APPLAUSE] I had a dream we were
sipping whiskey neat, highest floor of the Bowery. Nowhere’s high enough. Somewhere along the line, we
stopped seeing eye to eye. You’re staying out all night. And I had enough. Oh, no. [LAUGHTER] I don’t know. Who’s going to walk through
the dark side of the morning? I don’t know. [LAUGHTER] My dog is. Who’s going to rock you when
the sun won’t let you sleep? Good question. [LAUGHTER] [INAUDIBLE] Who’s waking up to drive
you home when you’re drunk and all alone? These are good questions. Who’s going to walk you through
the dark side of the morning? No clue. I wish I knew. Me too. Oh, man. Bye. Bye. Still got it. [LAUGHTER] He was more nervous
than I was, somehow. Ah! Thank you to Lauren
and Danielle.

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