Ellen DeGeneres admits she wants a baby after heartwarming Ellen Show story
Ellen DeGeneres has declared she now wants a baby after a heartwarming segment on her daily talkshow.
The 59-year-old looked besotted as she sat with 10-month-old baby Emmit, the baby of one of her guests.
Ellen welcomed Ashton Robinson, a single mother from Texas, and her professor Henry Musoma Thursday.
Ashton had feared she would have to quit her education after becoming a mother as she could not attend classes and bring up her new son.
But her teacher went out of his way to help – insisting she bring along her new baby.
Professor Musoma could see the new mother had a commitment to learning and didn’t want her to miss out on the opportunity to further her education.
He told Ashton: “Bring him – bring your son to class!”
Ellen soon became enamoured with the baby boy.
Cuddling and kissing the baby she admitted: “Great, now I want a baby.”
Watch the video in full:
While babies are welcome on Ellen, the president is not.
The out TV host regularly hosted President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama on her show during their time in office.
Speaking to former Fox News pundit Megyn Kelly, who Trump singled out for abuse during the 2016 election, Ellen admitted she would never allow him on air.
She said: “I would not have him on the show.
“He is who he is and he has enough attention. He has his Twitter account and he has ways to get his message across.
“There is nothing I’m going to say to him that’s going to change him, and I don’t want to give him a platform, because it validates him.
“For me to have someone on the show, I have to at least admire them in some way, and I can’t have someone that I feel is dangerous – not only for the country, and for me personally as a gay woman – but to the world.
“He’s dividing all of us… I don’t want him on the show.”
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