Ellen And Oprah Take Over A Grocery Store, And It's About To Make Your Day

Oprah also reflects on the tragedy in Las Vegas.

During her recent appearance on The Ellen Show, Oprah took an opportunity to speak to the world and all those affected by the mass shooting in Las Vegas Sunday night. 

"I feel the soul of the nation. I feel the ache that we all feel," Oprah tells Ellen. "And I think this is a time for all of us to, first of all, appreciate the ordinary ... I think about everybody who went to that concert the other night — it was just an ordinary day. And [I think] how excited everybody was to be out in the open air and be at that concert, and then they didn't come home," she continued. "It helps us. This is a reminder to all of us to appreciate the ordinariness of our days because that's what makes life extraordinary."


Oprah then explains how Ellen's helping everyone feel better through her positive attitude and platform. She says:

"This is the best I've felt in the past couple of days, being able to spend time with you and come do [this] show. You know, we all have ways of teaching and healing. I did it for 25 years on the air. And I say this with just the deepest love for you: You make everybody feel better. You."

With that, Ellen and Oprah air a segment in which the two take over a grocery store, much like Ellen once did with Michelle Obama. Oprah and Ellen shop the produce section before sampling some food and interacting with the customers. Needless to say, it's one laugh after another, and we can't help but smile while watching. 

Finally, Ellen and Oprah offer to help pay for some people's groceries and even head back to a customer's home to cook together. Oprah's dancing in the kitchen, Ellen's trying to boil grapes, and we're over here just wishing we could be there, too.

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