The approximately 3,048-square-meter property also belonged to Adam Levine, lead singer of Maroon 5, and tennis player Pete Sampras.
Famous host Ellen DeGeneres sold her Beverly Hills home for approximately $ 47 million.
According to a person familiar with the deal, consulted by the American media The Wall Street Journal, the property of around 3,048 square meters was offered on the market a month ago for 53 million dollars.
It should be remembered that, in May 2019, DeGeneres and his wife, Portia de Rossi, bought the property from the lead singer of the band Maroon 5, Adam Levine, for 42.5 million dollars. According to public records, the property was also part of the estate of tennis player Pete Sampras.
Kurt Rappaport's listing of the Westside Estate Agency notes that the ivy-covered house consists of five bedrooms. In addition, its doors and windows are made of steel, and it has a resort-style swimming pool.
Other amenities include:
- An outdoor kitchen.
- Sunken tennis court.
- Two-story entry foyer.
- Large dining room with a bar.
- Paneled library.
- Screening room.
- Separate guest house.
Noted the WSJ.
And it is that after collaborators of the comedian denounced a toxic environment in his talk show, his audience has decreased 43% compared to the same period of the previous year, according to Nielsen figures cited by The New York Times.
People who work on the show indicated that it ran from racist comments to professional harassment, which also resulted in advertisers' loss. From September to January 2020, the show has raised $ 105 million, 20% less than last season, when the figure rose to $ 131 million, according to research firm Kantar.
In other news related to the comedian, last December, Ellen revealed that she tested positive for COVID-19, for which she had to suspend production of The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
For this reason, he decided to share an update with his fans about how he has been feeling these days. Through a video posted on his social networks, DeGeneres explained that he has felt good except for a sharp pain he has had.
"Hello everyone, I just want to thank everyone who wished me well. I feel 100 percent, I feel very good. One thing they don't tell you is that somehow it gives you terrible back pain," said the 62-year-old presenter.
He also indicated that he did not know that this could be one of the symptoms, so he consulted with people who were infected, and they reaffirmed that this pain is part of what some have experienced as symptoms.
"I didn't know this was a symptom, but I did talk to some people and: back pain. Who could have said it? Why? Back pain, bad," he added.
Meanwhile, the Louisiana native has remained in good spirits thanks to the company of his wife, Portia de Rossi, who recorded the video and with whom she appeared entertained with a board game.
A diagnosis that intervened in their plans
The American television presenter announced last Thursday, December 10, that she had contracted coronavirus. DeGeneres shared the news Thursday via Twitter. "Hello everyone," he began. "I want everyone to know that I have tested positive for COVID-19."
"Fortunately, I feel good. Anyone who has been in close contact with me has been notified, and I follow all appropriate guidelines. Again, I'll see you all after the holidays. Please stay healthy and safe. With love, Ellen," he wrote.