In honor of the Grammy Awards, Jimmy Kimmel invited a bunch of famous musicians to take part in his most popular series on Jimmy Kimmel Live. We’re talking about Mean Tweets of course! This episode is a blast as usual.
Back in the 90’s there were two hot comedies, namely Seinfeld and Friends. But there was really only one medical drama that everyone tuned in to. E.R., starring George Clooney. As George was guest starring on Jimmy Kimmel Live, the two brought the show back to life, if only for a short period. It’s alive!
Did you buy a ticket for tonight’s drawing? The entire country has Powerball fever. And for good reason, the jackpot is at a record 1.4 billion, with a ‘B,’ dollars. What most people don’t realize is that the Powerball commission did this on purpose by recently making it much more unlikely to win. You’d think less people would play because it’s hard to win, but the opposite has occurred, as the prize keeps getting bigger and bigger and the mania surrounding the pot only grows.
The local news loves talking about the jackpot mania. They especially love listing outrageous events that are more likely to occur than winning the jackpot.
North Korea, one of the most dangerous rogue nations in the world, has just recently tested a hydrogen bomb successfully. This is not good news for the entire world. Realizing how foolish people can be, Jimmy Kimmel decided to have some fun by asking passersby in Los Angeles to congratulate North Korea on their H-bomb test. Sadly, it’s no surprise that more than a few people were happy to wish North Korea the best on their bomb.
If it goes viral every time, why stop? Apparently, that’s the official marketing plan for all of the Internet. Jimmy Kimmel definitely believes in this concept. Without a doubt, one of the most popular recurring segments on YouTube is Jimmy’s Celebrities Read Mean Tweets series. Finally, it’s back with it’s ninth episode. As always, Jason Schwartzman, Michael B Jordan, Kirsten Dunst, and many more celebs read mean tweets fans posted online.