Jennifer Anstion and Ellen DeGeneres embraced the spirit of giving on the premiere of “Ellen’s Greatest Night of Giveaways,” and it’s a sob-fest.
The actress and the talk show host teamed up to give one deserving family the surprise of a lifetime.
It all started when viewer Elyse Kimball submitted a video about her father, Jeff Kimball, that moved Aniston to tears.
She revealed they lost their mother when they were young to cancer, leaving Jeff to raise them on his own. He also recently lost his job.
"He has given all he has got for our family of three. He doesn't deserve this," the teen said.
"He's all I got," she continued. "He is my life. He is what gets me through the good and the bad. For once, I want to give something to him. I want him to get something he deserves, and I can't do this without help."
Ellen knew exactly how to bless the unsuspecting family, who was in the audience, for the holiday season.
"What would your mom say right now if she knew you guys were here?" Aniston asked the trio after Ellen pulled them on stage.
"She would be so happy. Ellen, she was your biggest fan. So, she would be like, 'Move over, 'cause I am getting closer,'" Jeff said.
Since their late mother really loved Christmas, Ellen’s crew made like elves and decked the house for the holidays complete with a tree, several presents, and even some updated furniture.
But if you watch "Ellen," you know this was just the beginning.
Aniston then gifted them an ornament of the Eiffel Tower because it was on their mother’s bucket list.
“Have you been to Paris yet,” Ellen asked before adding, “I’m gonna send you to Paris.”
The host and Aniston then added on trips to Italy, London, and Greece.
"You're going to Europe for a month," Ellen told the family who were now moved to tears themselves.
The Kimball family also walked away $150,000 richer.
In a game of “Say Whaaaat,” a holiday version of telephone, the talk show host read the sentence: “if the beautiful and bubbly Jen Aniston doesn’t botch this, my next great gift to this sweet family is $150,000.”
As expected, “beautiful and bubbly” Aniston botched the sentence, as did the rest of the Kimball family, but Ellen still gifted the girls and their dad $50,000 each.