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VIDEO: Ellen Auditions for Letterman Job on Today's Show!

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There's a lot of buzz that Ellen might be a candidate to take over for David Letterman when the long-time host retires next year. She might be hosting a late-night show sooner than you think!

On today's show, the Oscars host explained to her audience, "You can't know if you're good at something until you try it." The funny lady then goes on to do her best Letterman-type monologue, opening with "Thank you, ladies and gentlemen. I haven't had that much trouble coming out since 1997. Please have a seat. Thank you."

Check out the clip from today's show below!

About ELLEN:

Host Ellen DeGeneres continues to deliver uplifting, inspiring, and hilarious experiences to viewers. Ellen's talent, personal warmth and insight have earned her recognition as a global entertainer and household name. Through her show, she brings her humor and talent for tackling topical issues into viewers' lives with her distinctive style touching every aspect of the show.

The show continues to bring even more star power this season with top guests including Justin Bieber, the cast of "Jersey Shore," Usher and many more. Ellen will tackle even more discussions of the day, allowing viewers to connect with the WORLD through Ellen's wide perspective on a number of important issues.

"The Ellen DeGeneres Show" has become the daytime destination for laughter and fun. Bringing a refreshing perspective to daytime television, Ellen's engaging personality and unique take on everyday life invite a relaxed and candid environment and allow her guests to engage in entertaining and thoughtful discussions on topical issues. The environment also often leads to having moments of unpredictable fun, illuminating celebrities "in the moment," and saying and doing things viewers won't experience anywhere else. When members of Hollywood's A-list and Ellen get together, anything can happen -- from dancing with First Lady Michelle Obama to Christmas caroling with Britney Spears,l to catching George Clooney after setting numerous "Clooney traps."

VIDEO: Ellen Auditions for Letterman Job on Today's Show!


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