Then and Now: Leah Remini’s First and Last Appearances on ‘The Ellen Show’

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Leah Remini first appeared on the show in 2004, when she was 4 months pregnant. In her final visit in 2021, the actress chatted about getting scared on the show and her daughter who is now a senior in high school.


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