Meghan Markle Makes Cringy Appearance on ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show,’ After Both Hit with Allegations of Bullying Staff

Meghan Markle is going to make an appearance on the “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” during its final season. It’s the latest cringy and pathetic move by the Sussex couple to try and reclaim some of their dwindling popularity. However, this effort almost immediately falls flat as all it does is remind the public is that both Meghan and Ellen have been accused by staff of bullying and abusive behavior.

It seems like only another bully and narcissist could sit down and have a conversation with another bully and narcissist.

The women allegedly met at an animal shelter where the tv host encouraged Meghan to adopt her dog, Bogart. Ever since, they’ve kept in touch, though it’s unclear why the previously a-list Ellen would choose to hang out and get close with a c-list actress on a cable tv show without much of a future in Hollywood. Maybe Ellen knew something no one else did, or perhaps Meghan just kept the brief contact in her back pocket in case she needed the comedian at some point.

When one becomes a royal, people who previously did not give you the time of day suddenly come out of the woodwork begging for attention.

It’s likely that Meghan relishes her reversal of fortune, as she seems to think being Hollywood royalty is better than actual royalty.

In part of a promotional clip for the show that came out today, Meghan animatedly explained how difficult it was for her to get in and out of the car she drove around to audition for parts, that she never really got.

The former actress shared, “I would park on gate three and I would scoot on over and the security guards here would always say ‘break a leg, I hope you get it.’ So driving today was very different.”

Yes, people actually cared that she was there and her ego no doubt inflated quite a bit at her treatment. 

Meghan was a pretty bad actress. She got by on her looks, but her talent was limited to essentially “hot girl” in a small handful of mostly non-speaking roles. 

But the comment is incredibly telling. 

Meghan, despite the uniqueness of marrying into the royal family and hanging out with several future Queens, is still obsessed with Hollywood success. She wants the adulation from the Los Angeles crowd.

Appearing on Ellen and subjecting the rest of the world to her “acting” yet again as she regals us with tales of her struggling actor days fulfills every dream that Meghan Markle ever had.

It begs the question, why did she marry Harry then? If this was what she really wanted all along, why do the big wedding in the U.K. and go through all the drama of her downfall within the family?

Meghan found out pretty quickly that her ability to hustle and climb that social ladder was really all she had. I’m sure she considers herself an Oscar caliber actress, but she isn’t. Being rejected over and over by Hollywood stung, so nothing is more of an ego boost than coming back into her hometown with a royal title and a prince in tow. 

It’s likely that people who would have simply dismissed Meghan Markle are fawning all over the Duchess of Sussex. 

But it’s unlikely that Meghan will ever experience the acting success she so desperately craves. Having a title doesn’t magically make her a good actor. She’s still a pretty crummy actress, who will always be relegated to bit parts and the occasional Hallmark movie.

This latest appearance screams wannabe actor and shows how desperate she is to remain relevant and get attention. It will backfire, as the public is becoming oversaturated with brand “Sussex,” and is reminded once again that Meghan is pure inauthentic Hollywood.

2 thoughts on “Meghan Markle Makes Cringy Appearance on ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show,’ After Both Hit with Allegations of Bullying Staff

  1. I Think Meghan Markle Is on the same level as Amber Heard, Melania Trump, Hilaria Baldwin, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Elaine Chao, Lara Trump, Nadine Macaluso, Chrissy Teigen, Blac Chyna, Omarosa Manigault Newman, Erika Jayne, Nikki Haley, Patrizia Reggiani, Ghislaine Maxwell, Sarah Ferguson,


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