Ellen loves talented kids, web videos and kittens - things you can watch any time you want on YouTube Kids!
“I’ve met some talented kids on my show and a lot of them I’ve found right here on YouTube,” says Ellen DeGeneres.
You and your family can check out some of her personal favorites with Ellen’s "Kids of YouTube" playlist, featuring standout kids, and other talent, who have creativity and confidence to dazzle us - whether it’s singing, dancing or just by being the smartest of smarties!
The Ellen's YouTube Kids playlist that is currently available on the YouTube Kids app features 20 videos, including, but not limited to:
Macey Meets President Obama - This presidential kid expert got to meet the President for the first time and asked him some very important questions.
Brielle's Biology Lesson - The brilliant little 4-year-old shares some new knowledge and tries her hand at speaking whale!
Balang Brings It! - The 7-year-old dancer brought his spirited moves and flair to Ellen's stage for another show-stopping performance.
This 3-Year-Old Gymnast Is Flipping Awesome - Emma isn't just an adorable toddler, she's also a gymnastics prodigy.
"Apparently" This Kid is Awesome, Steals the Show During Interview - Noah Ritter from Wilkes-Barre steals the show from Newswatch 16's Sofia Ojeda (WNEP-TV) during an interview at the Wayne County Fair.
Mila finds out Adam Levine got married - How does Mila react when she learns from her mom that Adam Levine got married?
Zony & Yony-Crayon Pop - Bar Bar Bar - Taiwanese twin sisters Zony and Yony dance to a popular Korean pop song.
Previous guest-curated playlists on the YouTube Kids app have included National Geographic Kids, Kid President, and a girl power-themed playlist from Academy Award®-winning actor Geena Davis.
The YouTube Kids app is designed for curious little minds. This is a delightfully simple (and free!) app, where kids can discover videos, channels and playlists they love. YouTube works hard to offer a safer YouTube experience, but no automated system is perfect. If you ever find a video you’re concerned about, please flag it. This helps make YouTube Kids better for everyone.