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Ellen DeGeneres turns 64 in style.
The talk show host is joined by Courteney Cox, Chris Martin and Coldplay to mark her show’s special occasion on Wednesday.
An emotional Cox chats with DeGeneres about her daughter, Coco, who will be heading off to college soon, as well as the one-time leaving gift DeGeneres gave the actress as a thank you for letting her stay at home.
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The ‘Friends’ star also describes how she learned to play ‘Tiny Dancer’ on the piano in 30 minutes before performing it alongside Elton John.
Cox gushed after DeGeneres shared a clip: “It was the biggest thrill of my life. I really mean it,” explaining how it was her friend Ed Sheeran who invited John to her home.
Afterwards, DeGeneres is joined by Martin, with the duo discussing the thoughtful gift he gave her for her birthday — a beautiful guitar.
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The singer discusses Coldplay’s collaboration with BTS for their song “My Universe” and how he really didn’t think it would work when the idea of a collaboration was first mentioned to him.
Martin jokes, “It’s still kind of weird…we look like their gym teachers, but we love them,” as DeGeneres shows a photo of them all together.
Martin also reveals that one of Coldplay’s final three albums will be a musical, before sitting in the hot seat to answer some of DeGeneres’ “Burning Questions.”
Additionally, Coldplay takes the stage to present a special version of “My Universe.”