During his interview with DeGeneres, Combs told the talk show host of his embarrassing past that led him on his path to stardom. He was a bed wetter!
"One thing I want to say is, I grew up as a Kool-Aid kid. I never drank water," Diddy told DeGeneres. "I used to pour a half a pound of sugar into the Kool-Aid. Besides it having me bouncing off the walls, I used to be a bed wetter."
As one can tell from the Diddy interview, DeGeneres has a nifty way of getting hardened stars to loosen up and reveal funny, embarrassing details about their lives for the sake of a little lighthearted comedy.
The more serious the star, the better the interview. DeGeneres has a knack for getting Hollywood celebs to reveal fancy details about their personal lives. That said, it makes sense for DeGeneres to open her doors to UFC star Liz Carmouche, a former Marine and current contender in the female bantamweight division in the top pro MMA organization in the world.
Carmouche is the first openly gay MMA fighter competing under the Zuffa banner, which makes her story even more compelling for DeGeneres' show.
The 29-year-old fighter is known for using social media networking to her advantage, as her team of "Lizbos" helped her secure a spot in the main event of the UFC's first ever all-female fight - a historic night that featured Ronda Rousey putting her title on the line.
Carmouche fell to Rousey at the event, but she gave the star judoka all she could handle and proved to be a true gamer.
Carmouche admits perhaps the main reason why she earned the shot against Rousey was from pestering UFC President Dana White via Twitter, and having her legion of fans join in on the effort.
She seems to be taking the same approach to secure a spot on the Ellen DeGeneres show.
"Goodnight #lizbos! I wonder what else we can make happen together?" Carmouche tweeted on March 1.
MMA fans who want to support Carmouche in her effort to land a spot on the Ellen DeGeneres show can send a tweet to @TheEllenShow, and ask for Carmouche to be added to a future broadcast.
Fans can also join the "Lizbo" army by following Carmouche on Twitter @Iamgirlrilla.