Bec Judd has taken aim at Ellen DeGeneres amid the controversy surrounding bullying claims among the talk show queen's staff.
Sharing a graphic of the words "I Stand By Ellen", the Arrested Development actress wrote: "To all our fans.we see you".
Aside from fans, there haven't been too many celebrities to publicly voice their support for Ellen DeGeneres at this point in time.
Camera IconBec Judd has taken aim at talk show queen Ellen DeGeneres. WarnerMedia is conducting an internal investigation of the matter.
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BuzzFeed's story contained a spectrum of accused racist behaviour, from microaggressions to jokes about mistaking two Black female employees with the same hairstyle, as well as criticism of statements allegedly made to another staffer by executive producer Ed Glavin.
"That will now change and I'm committed to ensuring this does not happen again", she added.
One user shared their experience with Corden saying: "never forget the story about him ignoring his wife on a plane who was struggling with their very young child. kid was crying and screaming the whole flight, corden sat away from both of them ignoring the cries & not helping with the bags. seems like a really nice, stand up guy". The host added she was "glad the issues at our show were brought to my attention" and that they are "taking steps.to correct them".
"I know I can't speak for anyone else's experience besides my own but I want to acknowledge that I have only ever had positive takeaways from my time with Ellen & on the @theellenshow", Katy wrote on Twitter.
A spokesperson for DeGeneres insists The Ellen DeGeneres Show - which is produced by Telepictures - is scheduled to return on September 9 and spin-off programme Ellen's Game of Games will begin shooting in the studio on August 24.
What then followed was a mix of reports speculating that DeGeneres might quit the show, or get pushed out. Executive producer Andy Lassner tweeted Thursday, "Nobody is going off the air".