Rapper Harry Mack Freestyles About Ellen’s Memorable Moments

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Harry Mack rapped an incredible freestyle highlighting some of Ellen’s most memorable moments from over the past 19 seasons, including her first show with Jennifer Aniston, dancing with Justin Bieber, and scaring Taylor Swift! The talented MC also chatted about rapping for 10 hours straight on YouTube, and his upcoming tour.

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