This actress (and Dayton native) crawled around Ellen’s stage blindfolded

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Dayton native Sherri Saum played blindfolded musical chair on Ellen against other cast members of The Fosters. Source: Ellen

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A Fairmont High School grad got quite the workout on Monday's episode of "Ellen."

Sherri Saum, an actress and Dayton native raised in Kettering, appeared on the show with other cast members from Freeform's "The Fosters."

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She bumped, gyrated and crawled around on the stage during a blindfolded game of musical chairs.

Sherri's mom Lois Saum worked for years as a clerk and editorial assistant for the Dayton Daily News.

She was not the only person with local ties on Ellen Monday.

Model and TV personality Chrissy Teigen, the wife of Springfield native John Legend was also on the show.

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Sherri Saum stars as Lena, a lesbian mom in an interracial relationship on ABC Family's "The Fosters." 

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Along with her partner Stef (played by Teri Polo), Lena is mother to a blend of biological, adopted and foster children.

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Cast members recently finished recording the last episodes of their fifth and final season.

The last episodes will air over three nights this summer.

Saum and her castmates appears on Ellen following a massive Twitter campaign.

They didn’t leave the show empty handed. DeGeneres gave them a seven-person sweater.

Ellen’s show appears 4 p.m. weekdays on WHIO Channel 7.

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