字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント it's so nice to meet you. You sent-- Nice to meet you, too. --a very funny-- and can-- I'm going to share it. Yeah, go for it. You sent a birthday video to me. Is this the illicit version, or the-- It's the version. OK, cool. Yeah. It's the whole version. All right. If it's illicit-- I liked it. OK, good. All right. That's why I did it. I knew you were going to like it. Let's see it. What's going on, Ellen? It's KJ. I hear it's your birthday, so happy birthday. I hope I can meet you one of these days. And yeah, I hope you have a really special day. [LAUGHTER] 00:00:30,800 --> 00:00:32,299 I-- [CHEERING] 00:00:37,800 --> 00:00:38,400 I don't know. I need to tan my ass. I think I've got a really white ass. I'm good that they-- They blurred it out, though, for the thing, right? I assume you knew that that was going to reveal that. That was not-- Immediately after I did that, I knew I had the best video out of all them. You did. Yeah. You did. In my mind, I was thinking, I didn't want to just do a normal video. And I remember being outside on my balcony naked. And I was facing my friend, and looked at my reflection. And I saw my ass, and I was like, perfect-- Ellen. I should do this for Ellen. Right. And that's how it came about. Yeah. That's most people think about me-- when they're naked on their balcony, right? [LAUGHTER] Well, thank you for that. No worries. This is your first time on the show. We have a tradition of showing shirtless photos of anyone who is on for the first time. OK. So we must show them. [CHEERING] 00:01:36,000 --> 00:01:39,970 So the question to you is, how often do you work out? I work out as much as I can. I love to work out-- if I can, twice a day, once a day. Well, you look good. You look-- Thank you. You look healthy and good. And it's so weird, because your accent on the show is American. And I don't think people, until they hear you speak like that you're from New Zealand. It can be a shock to people sometimes. Yeah. You have such-- Well, a lot of people think I'm from Australia. Yeah, it's a very close accent. Yeah, but two very different places. Very different. All the time, at least once a day, I get mistaken to be Australian. You sound like you're angry about that. Well-- Like, that's a competition-- like, you like New Zealand better than Australia. I do. Yeah. I do, definitely. All right. Just settle down. My wife is-- Sorry. --from Australia. Sorry. Sorry, sorry, sorry. Sorry. I will fight you on this. Although, I'd love to go to New Zealand. It seems like a beautiful-- it just looks incredible. Yeah. Yeah. It is. It's the most beautiful place on earth. Yeah. Well, Australia-- And nothing can kill you there. Yeah. Well, there are a lot of scary things. There is. But nothing can kill-- Yeah. See, in Australia, your wife will tell you that there's a lot of spiders, a lot of poisonous creatures-- Right. --that will kill you. But in New Zealand, there's no predators. Nothing can kill you out there. That is not true. There's-- There are things that can kill you anywhere you go. No. [SHOUTS] Oh! [BLEEPING] [CHEERING] 00:03:06,840 --> 00:03:07,710 He's lucky, man. He's lucky I didn't give him one. He is lucky. It's going to happen someday. How long was he in there for? The whole time? He's been-- for a week now, I think. [LAUGHTER] [BLEEP] [INAUDIBLE] I thought that was bad karma. I thought, oh, that water's going in my face. Can you imagine? The timing is like-- Oh, my gosh. Oh, boy. Cheers. All right. Cheers to that. Cheers to that. Cheers. All right. We'll take a break. Nice. We'll come back and talk to you.