"How was the party?" Ellen mused. "Oh yeah, I had a thing". Here's hoping that Ellen makes it to Dakota's 31st birthday party.
Correcting the comedian and daytime talk show host, Dakota reminded Ellen that she actually was invited and that she had chosen not to go. "You were invited", Dakota insisted.
"Well who would want to be invited to a party?" asked DeGeneres, to which Johnson replied: "Well I didn't even know that you liked me". "That's too far for me to go to", DeGeneres then says, before Johnson confirms the location of her star-studded bash. "Ask Jonathan, your producer".
Ellen DeGeneres called out Dakota Johnson for not inviting the television host to her birthday bash in October. News reveals what her "thing" was.
Johnson's 30th birthday party was held on October 5 and was attended by a slew of stars, including Robert Downey Jr., Sean Penn, Miley Cyrus, Johnson's rumoured boyfriend Chris Martin and even Martin's ex-wife Gwyneth Paltrow.
To be fair, this new reasoning does, in fact, match up with what an executive producer chimed in with during the fifty shades of cringe sit-down ("You were out of town!"), though an additional explanation wasn't given to the audience at the time.
Turns out, "that thing" was her controversial outing to an National Football League game in Texas where she sat and laughed with George W Bush.
President Bush also entered the USA into a war with Iraq and Afghanistan under the later-disproved belief that they possessed weapons of mass destruction. Turns out that little "thing" Ellen had out of town looks to be that Dallas Cowboys game with George W. Bush.
The self-described gay Hollywood liberal copped a savage backlash after she was caught on camera sharing a joke with the former president. When I say be kind to one another, I don't only mean the people that think the same way that you do. "Even people who are already playing Christmas music - I mean seriously, there's no excuse for that, but I'm kind to them". We're all different, and I think that we've forgotten that that's OK that we're all different. "I mean be kind to everyone", Ellen added.