Tracee Ellis Ross is looking back on her emotional farewell to “Black-ish”.
The series finale of the hit show is scheduled to air on April 19 to cap off eight successful seasons.
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During an appearance on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” airing Monday, April 11, the six-time Emmy Award nominee admitted that saying goodbye to the show was “very emotional.”
“I had a lot of tears,” she recalled. “There’s no ritual around ending a TV show. It’s a hard thing to end when it becomes your world and your family and your life.”
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Ross also played the “5 Second Rule” game and looked back on the famous people who came over to her house when she was growing up.