The daytime talk show host quipped that The Hunger Games star "stole" her hair transformation, telling E! News, "People want my heart, they want my haircut…what more can I give? I give so much," and then added, "No, she has a cute haircut. I like it."
When Ellen wasn't cracking jokes about being J.Law's hair muse, she was telling us about her work with the Duracell's Power a Smile effort, a campaign partnered with Toy for Tots.
"Christmas is everything to kids. I think when you're an adult, the best thing about Christmas is the joy you get from actually seeing the joy on kids' faces and there are a lot of less fortunate kids out there that don't get toys," she told E! News.
"So, Toys for Tots is a great organization, which we've been involved with since season one. We've helped raise over $10 million worth of toys for Toys for Tots and now Duracell is recognizing the fact that there are a lot of toys that don't come with batteries and they're donating a million batteries for Toys for Tots, so it's a great cause."
The 55-year-old comic continued, "It's just fascinating to me who kids are when they're born. They just are who they are. And I love finding special talent like that. I love Sophia Grace and Rosie obviously they're amazing and you know, we don't have kids of our own. Portia De Rossi and I don't have kids. We have nieces that we see once in a while, but I love kids and I get the best of everything. I get to play with them and I get to have fun with them and then I don't have to change diapers and stuff."
Sound like a win/win!
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