America has talent Host and TV personality Howie Mandel made an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show to discuss receiving the second dose of his COVID-19 vaccine.
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But it looks like despite his many years of TV experience, he still can’t seem to find the right timing, as he interrupted DeGeneres during his opening monologue, appearing via Zoom from what appeared to be a cell. from prison.
“I know I’m early, but this is the time they gave me and I don’t have a say,” he said, showing the famous talk show host and to its audience its dark environment.
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“I know most people don’t use Zoom anymore, but I’m not getting great cell service,” he joked. “I had a call, but it was an incoming call, apparently my warranty is overdue. But it’s great to be back!”
As the discussion progressed, DeGeneres noted that the host of the talent show had been ill recently, and Mandel admitted that he had gone to great lengths to recover.
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“I’m a bit of a hypochondriac, I was doing telehealth and I’m older,” he explained. “I don’t want to go for a colonoscopy. You wouldn’t even think wearing a mask would make it safe. But you can get a stool sample and put it in a box and have it tested.”
As DeGeneres gave him a confused look, he added, “I’m not the only one putting poo in a box, am I?”
But that’s not the only health-conscious effort Mandel has made, as the 65-year-old recently received his second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. DeGeneres asked Mandel if he had experienced any side effects, and the America has talent host admitted he had.
“Yes, I got my second shot, and the side effect is I’m 13% sexier after the second shot. Can’t you tell? That’s Howie Mandel’s glory and sensuality,” said he replied as DeGeneres laughed.
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