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Ellen DeGeneres heads into May sweeps with Adam Levine, Drew Carey

Ellen DeGeneres, who hosted the 2014 Oscars, will celebrate her 1,800th show with Adam Levine and Drew Carey.
Ellen DeGeneres, who hosted the 2014 Oscars, will celebrate her 1,800th show with Adam Levine and Drew Carey.
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On April 18, Ellen DeGeneres revealed details about her landmark 1,800th show via her weekly newsletter that was posted on Friday and sent to fans on Easter Sunday. In it, she stated that Adam Levine, plus Drew Carey and Cheryl Burke from “Dancing with the Stars” are her scheduled guests for Thursday, April 24, which is also the first day of May sweeps.

Adam Levine last appeared on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” in December, shortly after being named Sexiest Man Alive by People Magazine. A funny moment of their interview happened when Ellen “busted” Adam concerning a previous Tweet about never doing a fragrance. To watch the funny clip, head to Clevver Music on YouTube.

As posted by Billboard on April 18, Adam Levine has designed a new collection of women's clothing that will be available at Kmart. The Maroon 5 frontman is also busy with “The Voice” and Team Adam includes three powerhouse singers: Christina Grimmie, Kat Perkins, and Delvin Choice.

When Levine chats with Ellen DeGeneres on Thursday, he’ll answer questions about wedding plans and his predictions on the recently revealed finalists on “The Voice.” It could be Levine’s last season. Showbiz Spy reported on Saturday that he won’t be a part of season 7.

Drew Carey and his professional partner, Cheryl Burke, from “Dancing with the Stars” will also be Ellen’s guests during her 1,800th show. Ellen announced that she would play “Hole in One” (a popular game on “The Price Is Right”) with Carey, the show's host.

During last week’s Disney-themed episode of “DWTS,” Drew and Cheryl scored 28 points out of a possible 40. Despite their low scores, the dancing duo remains in the competition after Cody Simpson was eliminated.

“The Ellen DeGeneres Show” premiered on Sept. 8, 2003. Since its debut, the daytime talk show has won 33 Daytime Emmy Awards, including four for Outstanding Talk Show. Ellen has also won 14 Peoples' Choice Awards for Favorite Daytime TV Host. The show is currently renewed through 2017, which extends “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” through a 14th season.

The all-important May sweeps rating period begins on Thursday, April 24 and runs through Wednesday, May 21, 2014.

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