The two ladies not only revealed that they auditioned for the Spice Girls — since they need a couple new members — but they also played a game with their guests, and even ADORABLY had their cartoon characters they voice meet! That's right, Frozen's Princess Anna talked to Finding Nemo's Dory!
Ch-ch-check out Kristen and Ellen's AH-Mazing audition video as well as Michael Phelps and John Oliver joining them for a game (below)!
The trailer also mentions how even though the film's biggest lesson was to leave wild fish in the ocean where they belong, Finding Nemo's popularity actually caused a sharp decline in the wild clown fish population.
Oh, and let's not forget about the rise of seafood restaurants with fun names like "Frying Nemo." Yikes!
Ch-ch-check out the funny vid (above) to see Finding Nemo get the Honest Trailer treatment — and go see Finding Dory in theaters June 17!
On Friday, Finding Nemo is FINALLY getting its long awaited sequel Finding Dory and we couldn't be more thrilled!
To help promote the animated aquatic adventure, the HIGHlarious cast — Ellen DeGeneres, Ed O'Neill, Ty Burrell, Albert Brooks, Eugene Levy, and Kaitlin Olson – stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Monday night!
Though DeGeneres stayed pretty quiet during the cast interview, the comedienne's costars were HIGHlarious as they talked about explaining voice acting to their kids and how dumb they are for not understanding. LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazingly fun interview (below) and let us know if you'll be checking out Finding Dory when it splashes into theaters June 17!
While there's nothing outwardly pointing to the girls being more than just friends on a friend date to the aquarium… the sweatshirt tied around the waist and the short haircut sure scream gay to us! LOLz!
As we say goodbye to 2015, one of the things we're most excited about is finally getting to catch up with Nemo and friends in Finding Dory!
It's been 13 years since we last saw Ellen DeGeneres make her animated mark as the forgetful Pacific regal blue tang, but luckily Disney and Pixar haven't been stingy when it comes to teasing us about the Finding Nemo sequel.