It was during these years that many single guests appeared on the show who would later go on to be big stars in their own right.And we're not talking Ken Jennings kind of celebrities.
You wouldn’t think that they are.” Barrymore confirmed, “My friend’s on a dating app. I didn’t even know what that meant.” But thanks to the talk show host, the actress was able to get some practice right there and then. As Barrymore rejected quite a few other handsome celebs, De Generes hilariously confessed, “Even I would’ve chosen four of those guys.” John Mayer got a rather pointed, “Oh, no,” but a different John (we won’t spoil who) nearly had Barrymore jumping out of her seat.
Jim Lange, who died of a heart attack Tuesday at age 81, hosted many game shows during his decades-long career, but it was his work on "The Dating Game" that made him the most famous.
Lange was the first host of this enduring singles' program, and his run lasted from 1965 to 1980.
With De Generes showcasing a bunch of hot male stars, Barrymore had to decide whether she’d “swipe right.” First up was Harry Styles. “I forget that people are going to see this,” she self-consciously admitted.
Barrymore also spoke about her new show, “Santa Clarita Diet,” and joined De Generes for a game of “Heads Up!