DAYTON, Ohio -- Remember The Cream Pies and their video tribute to awesomely bad holiday sweaters? The group is back, and they're expressing their love for Ellen DeGeneres.
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"This is not an attempt to get on her show (although what an amazing experience that would be), because that isn't how we roll. This is just an honest homage to the impression Ellen has left on us. And she agreed to appear in the video with us! She always looks so happy in person! Lol. So, ANYWAY... we say, 'We Love You, Ellen,' and this song's for you."
Choice lines include:
"Portia doesn't have to know."
"I'll do all the shopping for you at Whole Foods."
"Girl, I would cook you pancakes just for one single handshake."
So what inspired The Cream Pies to pen an ode to Ellen? Her birthday's coming up on Jan. 26, for a start. And:
"This is no joke. During our last get-together, we talked about what we should rap about. Outside of Bill's Donuts, our families, The Scream Pies, and each other, there was one person that we all loved whole-heartedly: Ellen DeGeneres. So this is our most sincere tribute to her."
WATCH: "We Love You, Ellen"
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