Portia De Rossi, Ellen Degeneres
Ellen Degeneres and Portia De Rossi's marriage is going strong despite split reportsKevork Djansezian/Getty Images

A tabloid has come up with absurd claims that Ellen DeGeneres has plastic surgeries done worth $1 million so Portia de Rossi would not leave her. The chat show host's obsession with looking younger is apparently due to her huge age-gap with her wife.

Globe consulted with Dr. Yoel S. Shahar, to explain changes in the appearance of DeGeneres. The plastic surgeon, who has not worked on the 60-year-old Oscar host, said, "It's quite obvious she underwent a full face-lift — and everything else, as well! She's had almost everything done that can be done — and I suspect a nose job."

Adding on, the publication also referred to Dr. Randal Haworth, who has not examined DeGeneres, who suspects the hint of scars around her ears indicates a face-lift. He said, "Her smooth facial appearance, firm jawline and barelythere jowls are unusual for a person of Ellen's age and provide further evidence that she had a face-lift."

Gossip Cop debunked the magazine's report after reaching to friends of the couple.

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DeGeneres married the Australian-American actress in 2008 at their home in Beverly Hills after the state of California lifted its ban on same-sex marriages. She had previously slammed reports that she and Rossi are heading for divorce.

"We don't know anything about it until somebody tells us," she said, according to Entertainment Tonight‎. "I don't read the tabloids, and I don't have a publicist."

"I don't know why they do this," DeGeneres added. "We're kind of flattered. We really don't almost break up, we don't fight, we're madly in love, and I guess it's boring."

Adding on, the talk show host had gushed about Rossi. She told People: "I'm grateful for everything. I'm grateful for my health, and I'm so grateful for the love in my life. Because not everybody finds that. Not everybody finds that best friend."

"Portia and I constantly say to each other, 'We are so lucky.' Sometimes it's lying in bed at night before I go to sleep, and I just say thank you to whatever, whoever is out there. I've gotten to a place where I really am just settled. Really. I know that I'm not going anywhere. She's not going anywhere. I'm not saying the relationship took a while; I'm saying in my life, it took a while to find this," she added.