Tim Allen, a rather irrelevant actor, appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live this week, where he bemoaned the tribulations suffered by conservatives in Hollywood. “You gotta be real careful around here,” he told Kimmel. “You get beat up if you don’t believe what everybody else believes. This is like ‘30s Germany.”
Jimmy Kimmel used the opportunity of his Monday monologue to discuss the giant Best Picture Oscar snafu and why the whole thing was even more awkward than it had to be: partly because he, like everyone else, had no idea what they were doing in this situation.
Your fourth-or-fifth-favorite late night talk show host is hosting the Oscars this Sunday, and to fete this semi-momentous occasion Variety has featured him on the cover of their latest issue.
Rob Lowe went on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Wednesday night to promote whatever that show he’s currently on is, and the conversation eventually turned to that very funny job listing TMZ published earlier this week. Remember? It said his assistants should “never assume anything,” have a massage or Jacuzzi ready if needed, and…
Until this morning, I didn’t know it was possible for me to look up in the sky at any given moment and see a helicopter overhead with Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani inside drinking Coors Lights and doing awkward over-the-clothes stuff, but it is. And that repulses me.
Monday night on Kimmel, Obama continued his no-fucks tour of America and administered scathing critiques of the mewling mayoboy currently demanding a job his daddy didn’t already hand him. POTUS went hard by way of both jokes and somber analysis, but it was his cool, belittling levity that landed the hardest punch.…
The excellent Viola Davis won an Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Emmy in 2015 for her role as Annalise Keating on How to Get Away With Murder, and was nominated this year as well, though Tatiana Maslany ultimately won.
In today’s Tweet Beat, it’s been a year for Caitlyn Jenner, Jimmy Kimmel sets the record straight and Bethenny Frankel loves a Hilton.
Broad City’s Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer went on Jimmy Kimmel Live Thursday night to offer some expert insight into the art of procuring weed.
Jimmy Kimmel is helping.
Though her turn as Faye Resnick on The People vs. O.J. Simpson has sadly come to an end, Connie Britton is still making the rounds promoting Nashville, which is nice and all, but nowhere near as exciting to talk about as Faye.
Almost twenty years later, the actress admitted as much Monday night on Jimmy Kimmel Live! “I think he could have actually fitted on that bit of door,” she said.
Donald Trump, a tiny piece of dried cat poop that you found in your rug, went on Jimmy Kimmel last night to reiterate all of his Points about Things.
It takes 56,000 People staffers just over 330 days to meet and interview all the men in the world, but by god, they do it every single year and always choose the most deserving one to grace their first December cover.
Last night, Hillary Clinton continued her tour on the late-night circuit when she made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live. At this point, she’s become a familiar face, from appearances Stephen Colbert to Saturday Night Live, where she performs the most relatable iteration of herself.
Seth Rogen stopped by Jimmy Kimmel on Thursday night to promote his next project, The Night Before, a film about a drug-induced Christmas adventure. He also recalled the time he got high on 60 grams of Dutch shrooms.
On Thursday night, Harrison Ford popped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! For some reason, he was dressed as both a giant hot dog and a “hot dog,” including nose. He divulged basically zero details about the new Star Wars movie, but with a charming irascibly that bodes very well for the characterization of middle-aged Han Solo.…
You’d think most people would have watched enough late-night TV to automatically refuse to answer questions asked by people wielding microphones on the street. These very clueless Hillary Clinton supporters, however, didn’t utilize their self-preservation instinct and ended up accidentally endorsing Donald Trump’s new…
During an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Tuesday night, Viola Davis explained the origins of the Harriet Tubman quote in her historical Emmys speech, describing it as “militant.”
Susan Sarandon showed up on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Wednesday night with a cough from Burning Man dust, and despite this somehow made a trip to this bug-infested hellscape sound like the most reasonable vacation in the world.