Ellen's wife Portia de Rossi is encouraging her to end the show.
But de Rossi said that it's possible people think that way because there's much more to DeGeneres than just being a comedian.
Her brother has been an advocate for staying on the air, making the case that in the age of Trump, the country needs her positive, unifying voice on television every day.
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The 60-year-old has led The Ellen DeGeneres Show for 16 seasons and is the highest-paid talk show host in the world right now, raking-in about $87.5million dollars between June 2017 to June 2018, according to Forbes. "There are other things she could tackle", de Rossi said.
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"But she told The New York Times newspaper: "[Portia] gets mad when my brother tells me I can't stop".
"I don't see the end of the show as her career ending".
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When it comes to her talk show, DeGeneres just wants her audience to go away feeling good. She's also exhausted of dancing: "there's been times someone wants a picture, and while I'm doing a selfie, they're like: 'You're not dancing!"
With even more goals in sight, Ellen also talked about wanting to do another movie, one where she would play "someone unappealing"; while de Rossi suggested that she do radio or a podcast. There's a tiny, tiny bit of difference, ' she explained.
But it's not the persistent rumors that she's unkind to co-workers on the set of "The Ellen Show" compelling DeGeneres to look toward the future.
The Times said that she has received conflicting advice, and changed her mind several times.
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DeGeneres though is aware of her the power of her talkshow's positivity. "I don't want to put that in me", she told The Times.