字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Oh, my goodness. Well, you're the sexiest man alive. People are being so nice to me. But on the internet, they're very mean when you win sexiest man alive. [LAUGHTER] What? How-- what is there to be mean about? I think people take it literally. They think, well, I can think of someone actually sexier than him. First of all, sexy is in the eye of the beholder. But there's nothing to behold with you, other than sexiness. Oh! And the epitome-- Oh! Oh, Tracee. The epitome of what a man can be. [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE] [LAUGHTER] A wonderful husband. Oh, stop it, Tracee. A man that's talented. He shows up for his community. Oh, my goodness. He's a feminist. Oh, my gosh. What else is there to say!? [LAUGHTER] [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE] Tracee-- [INTERPOSING VOICES] --Stop it, please! If men could just take notes! [LAUGHTER] All right-- Please stop. --Moving on. Please stop. Let's talk about me-- [INTERPOSING VOICES] --Shall we? Let's talk about Tracee Ellis Ross. [LAUGHING] I've known you and your mom for a long time. Yeah. But I gotta take this off. OK. Let's take it off. I can't. Your suit is too cute. [LAUGHING] Chrissy would-- this is not-- OK, there we go. There you go. OK. So you just had a birthday, right? I just had a birthday. Turned 47. Oh, my goodness. [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE] Yeah. Now-- I don't know what this whole thing is about people being afraid to get older. It's been so fantastic. I mean, I think when you're 47 and you look like you, you go around telling people, oh, I'm 47. [LAUGHTER] [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE] And they're like, what? [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE] [LAUGHTER] I work hard at it. Yeah, it was. What did you do for your birthday? I did not do anything. I have had such an amazing year. I wanted to just take the time that I had-- which was none, because I was shooting. So I went to bed. You went to bed? I worked a 13-hour day, had a glass of tequila then went to bed. Well -- as one should. And got back-- When is your birthday? October 29th. And then got back up-- Oh so you're like a Halloween baby? Oh, yeah. And then went-- went to work. I didn't go to a party that night. I felt like I just-- when you have a party yourself, you spend the first half saying hi to people. Yes. The second half saying bye. It's work. It's work. Yes. So Gabrielle Union and I are birthday twins. Oh, yes. Same year, same birthday, everything. Oh, wow. And she always-- What magic happened on that day? Right. Yes. And she always throws a birthday party, and threw a great one this year on the Sunday before our birthday. And-- yeah, we're friends. Did you get dressed up for it? [INTERPOSING VOICES] Yeah. We did get dressed up. She did Cali Love-- California Love-- and I went as DJ Quick. Ah, yeah. There she is. Excuse me, he is. There we go. So-- and the best part of Gabrielle's party was it was called from 2:00 to 7:00, which is perfect timing. What a grown-up time to have a party. Isn't that great? Yes. I was like if it had been called for 7:00, I would have been like, I can't go. Too late for me. But I got there-- [AUDIENCE AW-ING] 2:00 to 7:00? It's like you start to resort back to kid time, yeah. That's like when we throw Luna's-- Exactly. --Daycare parties or preschool parties. Exactly. Yes, perfect. 47, you get right back-- [INTERPOSING VOICES] You revert back to preschool time. Exactly. Now-- But do you see my mustache? Yeah. Did people recognize you? As a matter of fact, no, they did not. OK. Well, good costume then. Yeah. Omar Epps was talking to me for quite some time. And I was-- And had no idea? --Like, it's Tracee. And he goes, oh, my God. That mustache is disgusting. [LAUGHTER] We had a Halloween party, and we were thinking we should have everyone announce themselves when they walked in. Because we had no idea who anybody was. And can I tell you a secret about that? I was supposed to come to your Halloween party. But I would've been by myself and I was like, what a nightmare. Gabrielle came. But to go by yourself to a Halloween party. You'll have no idea who anybody is. It was scary, too. Oh, I can't. I don't. Now, your mother is Diana Ross. You guys are familiar with her. [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE] And a lot of times you hear these horror stories about kids of super duper celebrities. then you turned out like you did. And your mother must be so proud. She's very proud. And-- I hope. I'm thinking, I have a daughter. And I would like her to grow up and be like you. So do you have any tips for raising kids in this world? First of all, you and Chrissy don't need any tips. I watch you guys on Instagram. Oh. You're doing fine. [LAUGHTER] And your kids are precious. My God, they're amazing. Well, our daughter is mixed-ish as you would say, and you have a particular brand of hair products that's perfect for mixed-ish girls-- Yes. With curls. For anyone with curly, coily, or tight textured hair. Absolutely. I got products for you. So we've got Pattern here. Oh, my gosh. Pattern Beauty. Yeah, we do. Tracee's new brand. Tell us about it. Well, I will tell you. First of all, be patient and persistent with your dreams. 10 years it took me to do this. Oh, wow. Yeah. 2008 I wrote my first hair care brand pitch, when "Girlfriends" finished. Took me 10 years to make this happen. I own this company, which is so exciting. Amazing. As I said, it's for curly, coily, and tight textured hair. It is an unmet demographic of people that have been defying gravity and being gorgeous. Yes. With the way our hair comes out of our head for eternities, across the globe. And there have not been products that support us with the hydration we need, and that beautiful packaging. So it's called Pattern, and I'm so proud of it. And we already have it at the Legend house. Luna is already using it. I love it. Thank you so much. And the lot of you are going to have it today. There's a gift. Pattern is available exclusively at Ulta Beauty Stores and online, and you can try the Pattern products with your $250 Ulta Beauty gift card. [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE] Yes! Here we go! That is exciting! When we come back, we're going to play a game.