Ellen DeGeneres has tried many techniques to keep up to date, none of which seem to work very well for her.
Many of us want 2020 to end as soon as possible, as we search for the promise of a better 2021 somewhere in the stars.
For most of us, we are ready to destroy this year due to the pandemic which is wreaking havoc on our lives in so many ways. However, for Ellen DeGeneres, 2020 will be remembered as the year she fell out of favor in the eyes of her fans.
She’s tried to promote other people’s shows, other shows of her own that appear on Ellentube, and now she’s approaching it from a whole different angle.
It appears that Ellen DeGeneres is tweeting something every two hours in a bizarre attempt to stay in the know and stay relevant in the eyes of the few fans she managed to retain.
Ellen’s endless tweets
It’s no secret that Ellen DeGeneres loves interacting on Twitter, but her recent activities suggest more than just interest in this social media forum. A quick scroll through her Twitter feed shows a very desperate version of Ellen DeGeneres that none of us are used to seeing.
The once-confident, top-of-the-world star has been reduced to a woman who practically craves attention by tweeting the most random and trivial things on a timed clock. Every two hours a tweet goes out and there doesn’t seem to be any rationalization or quality control over the type of message she sends.
It seems all that matters to Ellen is that she gets her name “out there”. That old adage that “every press is good press” doesn’t seem to work very well for Ellen, but she keeps trying.
So … a lot … of tweets
It’s Twitter overload. No one needs to hear from Ellen every two hours, especially not when you’re evaluating the content of the messages she sends. They are certainly not time sensitive or newsworthy.
His tweets include a bunch of plugs that are in part boring because of their frequency. With just two hours between the post promoting her show Lady Parts and the unrelated show The Masked Dancer, there doesn’t seem to be any rhyme or reason for her post.
It gets stranger. She then responds to a tweet from Alanis Morissette by typing in the lyrics to her song, and staying in her apparent timer, waits two hours before posting a birthday message back from when Julia Roberts was on her show. Just one problem … her birthday and the show aired in January 2011. There is no correlation to the current day. This is just another example of Ellen posting something at 2 hour intervals, just for the sake of saying something.
The fans don’t seem to be engaged at all.
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