Elle DeGeneres has made a major career decision. Nearly two years after the controversial demise of her NBC daily show, the comedian has announced his retirement after her tour with the monologue ‘Ellen’s Last Stand…Up’ comes to an end, which will also air on Netflix, according to Variety.

“This is the last time you’ll see me. After my special NetflixI do not want more“DeGeneres said after being asked by a fan during one of the screenings of her show.

It was not the only question from the public on the subject, as another of her followers asked her if she would voice Dory again after her experience in ‘Finding Nemo’ and ‘Finding Dory’: “No, I’m leaving, bye, remember?“.

It should be remembered that, in this results, Ellen DeGeneres faces some of the accusations that several workers of ‘The Ellen DeGeneres show’ made in 2020, denouncing “a toxic work environment” and accused the space of racism, abuse and arguments over absences.

The interview format ended amid a series of reports detailing allegations of racism, sexual misconduct and bullying behind the scenes. The outlet also reported on crew members’ frustrations with how production handled compensation during the COVID pandemic. DeGeneres apologized on air and three producers were fired after WarnerMedia conducted an internal investigation.