A former Ellen De Generes star says that her first season of the animated sitcom has been a “good thing” for her, as she’s been able to tell stories in a more positive light.
The Ellen Degenres Show star spoke with ABC News about her decision to step away from the series after its second season, which was cancelled after three seasons, saying that she was “disappointed” in the show’s decision to end.
“I think it was a good thing for me,” she said, referring to the decision to cancel the show.
“I felt like it was kind of a sad situation for me.
It’s just been a really positive thing.”
DeGeneres said that she’s never been happier, as “Ellen” has helped her to understand the struggles of being transgender, but she believes that the show has helped others.
“There’s definitely been a lot of people who have come out and said, ‘Ellie, you’re not gay, you don’t want to be gay,'” she said.
I don’t know what that magic is.””
There’s no magic to it.
I don’t know what that magic is.”