"And I left, I was leaving the building, and I looked back, and there was a rainbow over the Warner Bros. studio", DeGeneres said, displaying a photo of the rainbow for her audience. "He was 92 years old". When I was a little girl, we came to this lot, to the Warner Bros. lot and took the tour and went around.
Her father is survived by her brother and her mother, Betty, who is often seen in the audience of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show". "We never had medicine growing up and he lived to be 92", the "Finding Dory" star said. He loved the show. Ellen and her family were sadly forced to move her father into a facility in La Jolla, California after he fell and broke his hip in November of previous year, according to Radar Online.
The produce, director and actor who was more popular for his slapstick humor passed away at the age of 91 at his home in Las Vegas. He lived a good long life. "And I said, 'You know I still love you, ' and she said, 'Well, I would appreciate it if you would do something to let me know you're still thinking about me while you're on The Tonight Show.' And she asked if I would eat some banana cream pie and do a jumping jack". "There was not one bone of judgment in his body", the talk show host conveyed. "He was very amusing, I think my brother Vance and I got our sense of humor from him".
The talk-show host added that her family only took one vacation - when she was little, the family visited the Warner Bros. lot, where DeGeneres now films her talk show.
She also shared touching image of a rare rainbow stretched over her show's huge poster above Warner Bros studios in Burbank. Studios. He loved this business. It wasn't unexpected. I was able to say goodbye'. "I send love to his family today", DeGeneres wrote on Twitter.
"I got a rainbow before he died", she added.
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