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Common finally opens up about the moment that shocked the internet, when he seemingly left Oprah hanging on a high five attempt, on purpose.
One of Kimmel's funniest ongoing bits doesn't include much of the multi-talented comedian, but rather takes the words of common folk like you and me from Twitter and has celebrities read them. Watch Katy Perry, Britney Spears and more get hit with some nasty words in the latest edition of “Mean Tweets.
Glee’s Lea Michele is no stranger to belting songs out for people, and it only makes sense that some of those instances would end in disaster. In this case, she ended up vomiting while singing "Let It Go."
Jimmy Kimmel recounted the story of the escalating prank wars he and his wife, Molly, have engaged in with neighbors Blunt and her husband John Krasinski in recent years. Catch hilarious footage from the prank wars.
Jimmy Kimmel’s not always the most viral late night host, but he and his team of writers have come up with a few recurring video premises that make us laugh every single time. One of these is “Mean Tweets,” and this week Jimmy Kimmel Live! released the eight edition of the segment to amuse fans.
We’re used to seeing the puppets from Sesame Street poking fun at different parts of pop culture, but it’s rarer to see someone sending up Sesame Street itself. That all changed with Christoph Waltz's moving performance of the show's theme song.
If someone asked you what late night talk shows of the future would look like, what would you say? Hosts wearing jetpacks? Monologues from outer space? What about interviews with hologram guests? The latter actually happened last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live, and you can watch it here.
If the world is ever actually overrun by zombies in the same way that TV and movies have been taken over, there are a lot of people that I’d want to see on the front line of the ensuing “war.” And as it happens, actor Nathan Fillion is one of those people, as evidenced by his appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Every year, Jimmy Kimmel asks parents to lie to their children, telling them they ate all of the Halloween candy. Jimmy Kimmel Live! then sifts through the kid’s reactions to bring us a few moments that are priceless, and more than a few that are not so priceless, but are pretty darn funny.
There was a mini Friends reunion on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, with Jennifer Aniston, Courtney Cox and Lisa Kudrow reprising their sitcom roles for a bit of Kimmel’s fan fiction.
Cersei Lannister has a real way with words. The woman knows how to deliver a biting remark, and that's as much a credit to Game of Thrones' writing and source material as it is to Lena Headey's timing and line delivery. Everything from the accent to the facial expressions to the inflection combines for some truly great Cersei moments in the HBO series...
As you can probably imagine, Game of Thrones' Hodor would be pretty terrible at Family Feud. Ok, in truth, Hodor would probably be bad at any game show that didn't involve all the answers being "Hodor," the one word he ever speaks. But it's still especially funny watching him come up with straight-0s in the final round of Family Feud, as presented to us by Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Major spoilers if you aren't caught up on Scandal through last night's Season 3 finale! Jimmy Kimmel took Scandal fans "Behind the Scandalabra" with a Scandal post-finale special featuring Scandal creator Shonda Rhimes, who dished the dirt on some of the decisions made this season. For example, did you know Jake was almost made Fitz's new Vice President?
When the Hound wants chicken, he gets chicken. In fact, he can have every f**king chicken in this room, according to Jimmy Kimmel's funny KFC ad, which ties footage from the Game of Thrones Season 4 premiere with KFC footage, turning Sandor Clegane's threatening words to Polliver into a mouth-watering ad for chicken and side dishes. Someone's going to die for those chickens.
Well, we knew we were in store for many a more True Detective parodies, didn’t we? Considering the vice-like grip on current popular culture the divisive and exciting HBO series was during its brief, 8-week stint, it was inevitable. With characters — and we mean characters — like Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson at the helm, so easy to parody as they are, the Nic Pizzolatto series was ripe for potential parody. So, naturally, Jimmy Kimmel and Seth Rogen decided to take a stab at it.