By De Elizabeth. Photo: Getty.
Ellen DeGeneres collected not one, not two, but three orange blimps at last night's Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards. The actress and TV host accepted the awards for Favorite Voice From an Animated Movie, Favorite Animated Movie, and #Squad.
In conjunction with her final award, Ellen decided to tell the entire KCA audience how they, too, can be part of her squad. "It means the most to me that you would want to be in my squad," she said. "That, to me, is the biggest compliment that I would win #Squad."
She went on to explain that in order to be part of her posse, the audience members had to take an oath – and an important one at that. "I would like everyone to take an oath so that you can be in my squad. Raise your left hand. No, I'm sorry. Raise your right hand. Raise them both. And just repeat after me," Ellen instructed.
As for the oath itself, it's pretty epic, and it's definitely one that we should all be repeating to ourselves regularly. "I am good enough just as I am," the oath began. "I am supposed to be unique and different. I'm not supposed to be like everyone else. I promise to be kind to people. I promise to brush my teeth every day and floss."
Ellen finished her speech by saying: "And watch the Ellen show every single day. I love you all. You're in my squad!" We're pretty sure she just redefined the meaning of #SquadGoals.
This story originally appeared on Teen Vogue.
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