The Detroit MC tore through the tongue-twisting new single from his upcoming album, I Decided, out February 3rd. Throughout the performance, Big Sean bounced along with elderly crowd with dollar bills and bottles of champagne.
In a serious turn, Ellen DeGeneres discussed Donald Trump's recent executives orders on immigration: his Muslim ban and proposed border wall. DeGeneres brilliantly criticized the decisions by describing the plot of her Pixar film, Finding Dory, which Trump screened at the White House one day after barring refugees and immigrants from seven predominately Muslim countries.
Finding Dory is about Dory (Degeneres' character) traveling from Australia to America to find her parents, hurdling a giant wall and locating her family with the help of various sea creatures. "They help her even though they're completely different colors because that's what you do when you see someone in need — you help them," DeGeneres said. "So that is what I hope everyone who's watching Finding Dory has learned."
DeGeneres then cracked that next week she'd explain women's rights by talking about her 1996 box office bomb, Mr. Wrong.