Oct 202015
Jimmy Kimmel Asks Kids From New York And Los Angeles What They Think Of Each Other

For decades, there has been a strong rivalry between the two biggest cities on the coasts of America, namely New York City and Los Angeles. One has amazing pizza and big business while the other has delicious Mexican food and the best entertainment in the world. But forget the adults for a second. Jimmy Kimmel wanted to know what kids from these two great American cities think of each other, so he sent camera crews to the streets of both to find out


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Oct 012015
Hillary Supporters Actually Like Donald Trump’s Tax Plan

Love him or hate him, it seems the media can’t get enough of the Republican presidential front runner Donald Trump. Naturally, most Democrats and supporters of Hillary Clinton loathe ‘The Donald.’ To show that there are fools on all sides of the aisle, Jimmy Kimmel had his camera crew find Hillary supporters and trick them into admitting they support Trump’s tax plans. Oops. 


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Sep 292015
Matt Damon and Jimmy Kimmel Go To Couples Therapy

It’s no secret that late night host Jimmy Kimmel is best friends with actor Matt Damon. That why over the years the two have had long running gags on Jimmy Kimmel Live. In this latest segment, the two go to couples therapy to mend their relationship.


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Sep 252015
Celebrities Read Mean Tweets About Themselves In Front Of A Live Audience

Without a doubt, one of Jimmy Kimmel‘s most popular segments is when he has famous actors, singers, and athletes read mean posts about themselves found on Twitter. You simply can’t please everyone. For some extra fun, Jimmy had famous celebrities read mean tweets in front of the live studio audience for this latest segment. 


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Sep 092015
The Clickbait Song by Rita Ora

It used to be that so called ‘clickbait’ was only found in your spam folder. But now, entire websites and YouTube channels are dedicated to making fluff content with emotional headlines just to get you to click so they can rake in the advertising money. After one too many clickbait headlines in his Newsfeed, Jimmy Kimmel asked his musical guest Rita Ora to make a song from the actual clickbait. This is The Clickbait Song


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