Ellen DeGeneres Show producers hit back at claims the programme was being cut.
Rumours have been swirling the hit American chat show could face the axe amid plummeting ratings.
Backlash has been snowballing after allegations the host, 62, has been “mean” and “rude” to her former colleagues and guests on the show – which her camp has denied.
But DeGeneres’ production company confirmed the show will go on despite the swirling cancellation rumours.
Production reps told The New York Post : “Telepictures can confirm it’s untrue.”
The Ellen DeGeneres Show has been on TV for nearly two decades since 2003.
Ellen has interviewed a catalogue of A-list stars on the show.
Ellen DeGeneres Show’s crew members spilled all about their alleged poor treatment and little communication with bosses during the coronavirus pandemic, according to Variety.
The host has continued to front her chat show remotely at home.
Stories of Ellen’s alleged “mean” behaviour begun to surface in March this year.
Comedian Kevin T Porter kicked it off when he asked fans on Twitter for their “most insane” stories about the star to raise money for charity amid COVID-19.
In a bold statement, he claimed she is “notoriously one of the meanest people alive”.
He wrote: “Right now we all need a little kindness. You know, like Ellen Degeneres always talks about!
“She’s also notoriously one of the meanest people alive Respond to this with the most insane stories you’ve heard about Ellen being mean & I’ll match every one w/ $2 to @LAFoodBank.”
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