"Is it like a regular talk show like this or what kind of talk show?" Ellen asked.
"You don't need to freak out," David joked, "It'll be late."
As for exactly what kind of show he'll be hosting when it launches in July, Deadline reports it will include topical commentary and "a rotating group of Spade's comedian and celebrity friends, while also incorporating field segments that mirror his popular Instagram stories."
That certainly sounds like some form of interview will be a part of it. "When I come on here, I just watch you, you say, 'Hey what's up?' and you lean back for 15 minutes while I talk," David told Ellen.
Elsewhere in the show, David took Ellen behind the scenes of his recent viral skit where he and Celine Dion joined forces with Jimmy Kimmel to crash an actual Las Vegas wedding. Apparently, David decided to offer Celine an awkward pep talk before they went out there, but it only confused her even more until her security finally decided maybe it was time to go.
Check out all the details of their hilariously awkward exchange in the video above and then see how the actual wedding crash went in the video from "Jimmy Kimmel Live" last week below: