Ask anyone you know, and I guarantee they love Ellen DeGeneres.
Since 2001, the hilarious comedian has filled our living room with tears of joy and laughter with her hit talk show, and it doesn't look like DeGeneres will slow down anytime soon.
In her latest funny bit, the Emmy Award-winner recruited Chrissy Teigen and her executive producer Andy Lassner to The Purge maze/haunted house at Universal Studios.
"I would like to say Andy was really brave, but that would be a total lie."
Although Teigen, who's known for her great sense of humor and clapbacks against online trolls, was down for the challenge, Lassner wasn't afraid to voice his fright beforehand.
"One of my favorite things to do this time of year is to send Andy to a haunted house," DeGeneres told her audience introduced the segment.
"I would like to say Andy was really brave, but that would be a total lie. Let's all enjoy."
In the six minute clip, Teigen is seen reassuring Lassner there wasn't anything to worry about before they entered the haunted house.
"It's five minutes, you're going to be fine," she mused.
However, she was wrong.
Within seconds of entering the building, the pair are left shrieking after a masked figure came after them.
As they embark through the haunted house, Teigen shifts from laughing hysterically to letting out screams of horror.
"I just peed," the mother-of-three said at one point.
Throughout the video, Teigen and Lassner are met with several terrifying figures approached them, but by the time they make their way out of the house of horrors, they appeared to be in good spirits.
But, only seconds after Lassner said "It's over," did another frightening character jump out to scare them one last time.
However, this isn't the only time DeGeneres sent her jumpy producer to a haunted house.
"Is this fun at all for you? It's my nightmare."
For last year's haunted house adventure, DeGeneres sent music superstar Ariana Grande and Lassner to Universal Studios' American Horror Story Halloween Horror Nights haunted house maze, where they were unable to contain their screams.
Although the "No Tears Left To Cry" songstress and Lassner went in with brave faces, the acts of terror started straight away.
"Is this fun at all for you? It's my nightmare," Lassner exclaimed during their tour. "Yeah, it's just fake," Grande unconvincingly responded, before shouting out profanities at the masked figures.
The duo eventually walked out, where Lassner exclaimed, "It wasn't bad. I didn't love that. I'm a little nervous... this is the last year we're doing it."