Watch Now Argentina vs Iceland Kendall Jenner Gets a Scare from Her Mom ‘Kris Jenner’


Kendall Jenner admitted to Ellen she was feeling a little left out after her family members were getting scares on the show, so Ellen happily spread the scare love by catching her off guard not once, but twice – including with a pop-up visit from “Kris Jenner.” Plus, the supermodel talked about having a “resting bitch face” while watching her basketball pro boyfriend Ben Simmons play for the Philadelphia 76ers.

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Watch Now Argentina vs Iceland Sarah Paulson Attempts to Get a Scare Revenge on Ellen


After all the scares Ellen has done on Sarah Paulson, the Emmy winner wanted to get revenge by scaring Ellen… but it turns out Ellen is always a step ahead… and managed to scare Sarah one more time!

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Watch Now Argentina vs Iceland Sarah Paulson Touched Adele’s Magical Voice Box


Sarah Paulson apprehensively returned to Ellen (after being scared multiple times) and talked about touching Adele’s voice box during Ellen’s birthday party. She also tried on a blindfold, since her character in the hit film “Bird Box” didn’t get to try it out.

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Watch Now France vs Australia Ashley Graham Isn’t So Fearless with a Scare from ‘Jennifer Lopez’


Model Ashley Graham sat down with Ellen to talk about her inspiring new ellentube digital series “Fearless,” fangirling in front of Jennifer Lopez, and even got a scare from her idol, “J.Lo.”

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Watch Now France vs Australia My Fear Of Spiders Nearly Cost Me My Life


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This is Mike, and he has a small problem that you might be familiar with. He’s arachnophobic, which means that he’s terribly afraid of spiders. Even the word “spider” gives him the creeps if he says it out loud. However, he learned to live with his phobia after one dangerous episode. This is his story.

Mike had been afraid of spiders all his life. Some people with the same problem explain that some past scary episode with a spider prompted their phobia, typically when a spider bit them. But this is not what happened with Mike. His phobia is purely irrational; it’s stronger than the usual “fear” many people have – it’s more like a psychological condition. When he sees a spider, he doesn’t scream or jump or run away, nothing like that. Mike just freezes and can’t move a muscle, nor scream, nor even breathe. He just watches the horrible creature move, with eyes full of terror and his heart rate at 250. It’s more than ordinary fear, it resembles paralysis or shock. It’s not pleasant at all.

Mike wishes he’d been conditioned to a world full of spiders when he was still a toddler. But maybe his parents were a bit too caring in this case. When he went into a room or sat down somewhere he needed them to check every single surface so that there wasn’t a single spider within a 10-meter vicinity around him. It took time and effort, but his parents were ready to do anything to make him feel comfortable. He sometimes thought that it would have been better if they had told him to just stop being so fearful and get a grip. In this case, maybe the hypothetical spiders he’s now scared of wouldn’t have grown to such gigantic dimensions. Mike can’t blame them, of course – maybe his phobia is innate, who knows. But the thing is, today he still has to check every single inch of a space he’s in. He can’t look at pictures or videos of spiders, even the cutest ones – he comes close to either crying or fainting. All in all, it’s pretty debilitating.

What’s worse is that once at school, he involuntarily revealed his secret when he spotted a spider in the vicinity and…well, you know, he’s already explained. The bad thing is that the school bullies saw what happened, and they thought it was really funny that a guy could have problems like that. Once, one of them found a particularly fat spider and threw it at him. Another time they saw a prank video of a small dog dressed as a spider running at strangers and decided to do the same thing. They found a dachshund, dressed it up as a horrible hairy spider, and released it towards him when he least expected it. Of course, they found it funny, whereas Mike came the closest he probably ever would to a heart attack at the age of 14.

He spoke about it to his dad, who said that instead of fighting the bullies he should fight his phobia. He said that Mike could try that exposure therapy thing, when they make you get accustomed to the source of your fear by gradually increasing your contact with it: first by seeing pictures of a spider, then watching videos, then looking at a real spider, and then finally holding one in your hands. The idea terrified him, and he refused. But very soon Mike realized that maybe he ought to really consider trying it.

At the time, his dad was teaching him to drive. One day, his dad was in the passenger’s seat and Mike was driving at medium speed along a wide, empty road. Everything seemed absolutely safe and nothing could go wrong until…until Mike noticed a huge spider on the wind shield – inside, on his side! He panicked, turned the wheel left, crossing into the opposite lane, and was soon fast approaching a big tree nearby! He doesn’t remember what his dad did, but he managed to stop the car right in front of it. While they were regaining their breath, his dad said in a trembling voice, “Do you still not want to try therapy?” At that moment, he understood that it’s ok when a phobia is someone’s private business, but when you can’t control it, it can be dangerous for others as well. He had to accept his dad’s proposal.

Mike started therapy several weeks ago, and it’s going pretty slow. However, he’s already able to look at pictures of spiders and even watch a couple of videos of the cutest ones, like jumping spiders (it sounds horrible but check them out if you’re not scared – they really are the height of cuteness). It’s hard work and very stressful, but his dad has promised him a treat when he completes the full course. Mike’s always dreamed of going to Australia, but…well, you know. A person who’s afraid of spiders should probably stay away from Australia. But his dad said that when he finishes he will take the family there, and that’s turned to be a pretty strong incentive. Besides, Mike can’t wait to see his bullies’ faces when during their next prank they realize he’s not scared of spiders anymore!

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Watch Now France vs Australia Ellen’s Employee Mackenzie Kicks Her Way Through a Haunted House


After a clip of employee Mackenzie went viral on Halloween, Ellen wanted to give her a few more scares, so she sent her through a Haunted House, where her reactions were just as good as Ellen had hoped.

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Watch Now France vs Australia Average Andy, Chrissy Teigen and Her Mom Go Through a Haunted House


Since one time through a haunted house isn’t enough, Ellen sent her Executive Producer Andy and Chrissy Teigen to another one, and this time they were joined by Chrissy’s mom, Vilailuck!

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Watch Now France vs Australia Ellen’s Backstage Scares Featuring Kris Jenner, Ciara and Her Staff


One of Ellen’s favorite parts of Halloween is scaring her staff. This season, she set up an empty TV box and waited for unsuspecting employees (and a couple of celebrities) to walk by.

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Watch Now Peru vs Denmark Chrissy Teigen & Average Andy Go Through a Haunted House


It’s Halloween season, which means it’s time for Ellen to send her Executive Producer Andy through a haunted house, and this time around, she sent her friend Chrissy Teigen with him! Find out who gets scared easier as they encounter real mannequins, people swinging cleavers around, and mysterious creatures crawling on the floor.

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Watch Now France vs Australia Ellen Looks Back at the Best of the ‘Modern Family’ Cast on Her Show


Over the past 10 years, Ellen has had the stars from “Modern Family”, including Sofí­a Vergara, Sarah Hyland, Julie Bowen, Ed O’Neill and Eric Stonestreet, on her show multiple times. She took a look back at the hilarious moments the cast has had on The Ellen Show.

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Watch Now France vs Australia Scaring the Crap Out of My Friend Scoty


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Watch Now France vs Australia Andy Attempts to Scare Ellen


Ellen looks back at the time Andy tried to scare her on her way to rehearsal. What Andy did not see coming, is what happens next…

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