David Beckham was Ellen’s first guest of Season 7 in 2009 #davidbeckham #ellen #shorts

David beckham was ellen's first guest of season 7 in 2009 #davidbeckham #ellen #shorts

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Ellen recently found the archived Season 7 of her show which had never been seen on the internet! Watch along as she shares the unseen footage all season long.

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