Ellen DeGeneres may be hanging up her dancing shoes as the 60-year-old comedian is considering leaving “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” for good, The New York Times reported.

DeGeneres, who has her first comedy special in 15 years coming up on Netflix on Dec. 18, sat down in a rare interview series with the outlet to discuss what is next for her career.

While uncertain of when she will depart her daytime talk show, DeGeneres is weighing her options with the support of her wife, Portia de Rossi. With a contract that extends until summer 2020, DeGeneres will continue to appear on TVs across America for the near-term, but what lies ahead is not completely clear.

According to DeGeneres’ wife and brother Vance, the comedian is not even certain herself what she wants. DeGeneres is constantly changing her mind about staying on the show, which is in its sixteenth year, the news outlet reported.

Vance has encouraged DeGeneres to stay on the show as he believes with Trump as president, the country needs her positivity every day on TV.

DeGeneres’ wife Portia de Rossi has other ideas as she told the outlet, “I just think she’s such a brilliant actress and stand-up that it doesn’t have to be this talk show for her creativity. There are other things she could tackle.”

DeGeneres said in the interview she would love the opportunity to do another movie and play “someone unappealing.” Her wife suggested a radio show or a podcast. “I don’t see the end of her show as her career ending,” de Rossi added.

DeGeneres is a fifteenth highest paid celebrity in the world, earning $87.5 million in 2018, Forbes reported.

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Ellen Degeneres poses in the press room during the People's Choice Awards at Microsoft Theater on Jan. 18, 2017 in Los Angeles. Getty Images/Kevork Djansezian