Ellen DeGeneres and Portia posed for a Christmas card, and the picture is hilarious. The talk show host had pictures of her and her wife edited and Photoshopped, placing their faces on the now-infamous photo of Kim Kardashian’s rear. According to the New York Daily News, Ellen showed off the couple’s new card on Monday’s episode of The Ellen Show.
— @HOLLYWOOD (@Hollywood) November 17, 2014
The front of the card that Ellen made said “Happy Holidays,” and looked totally normal. The inside of the card, however, was hilarious! The caption read, “And a shiny new year,” and there was the photo of Ellen and Portia showing off Kim’s greased up rear from her Paper Magazine photoshoot. Ellen joked, “shiny new rear,” as her audience laughed and applauded.
Ellen DeGeneres and Portia did a similar card last year. If you remember, Ellen and her wife were Photoshopped on to Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s motorcycle still from Kanye’s music video for “Bound 2.”
People have already taken to Twitter to react to Ellen’s latest card.
— debbie rasmussen (@we0074u) November 17, 2014
— Trish Bendix (@trishbendix) November 17, 2014
Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi will always have a funny holiday card to show off on air, as that seems to be a going thing now. Entertainment Tonight suggests people keep an eye out for anything Kim and Kanye do in 2015 that could make for a funny Photoshopped picture.
“Basically, any time Kim gets naked in 2015, remember it. Because you can bet your (naked, champagne-soaked, apparently not Photoshopped) butt that Ellen will come Christmas time.”
Ellen and Portia have been in the news a lot this past year, with many reports suggesting that the two were splitting up. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, the most recent story was just last month, when there was a rumor that the two got in an “epic” fight, and missed a charity event. The couple said that wasn’t true, and are clearly still together. Portia must have gotten a kick out of the holiday card too, don’t you think?
[Photo courtesy of Kevin Winter/Getty Images via ABC News]