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Video: Steve Carell Appears as Gru of 'Despicable Me' on 'Ellen'

May 31, 2013 (8:35 am) GMT
The actor dresses as the character he voices in the Universal Pictures animated comedy when stopping by 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show'.
Video: Steve Carell Appears as Gru of 'Despicable Me' on 'Ellen'

Gru, in a live-action version, made his first television appearance on "" Wednesday, May 29. , who voices the character in "" and its upcoming sequel, dressed up as the super-villain with a bald cap, pointed nose, striped scarf, and a black zip-up jacket with massive padded shoulders.

was curious about his accent and asked him where he was from, to which he responded, "I'm from Albuquerque, New Mexico." When she said that she never heard other people from Albuquerque speaking in that accent, Steve who maintained that accent during the segment said, "Don't push this topic."

Steve's Gru also said he only came to Los Angeles once before to get some Starbucks. "I came all the way to Los Angeles because they don't have good Starbucks in Albuquerque," he explained, claiming that he saw Ellen there.

Later on the daytime talk show, Gru had his dream to dance through the audience come true. The crowd cheered as he performed a dance to ' "You Should Be Dancing" in the aisles.

Gru will return in movie theaters through "" which will open stateside on July 3. , , , , and are among the voice cast members.



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