Why can’t people just admit they are not diehard fans of the sport, player or team in question?
From the moment that Jimmy Kimmel introduced Mean Tweets to late night TV audiences, it was clear that he had a winner.
DeflateGate has produced loads of pointless remarks, absurdly over-the-top conspiracy theories and opinions from every corner of the universe, but it has also elicited some amusing jokes and satirical bits.
It appears that literally everyone, outside of opposing offensive players, loves Texans defensive end J.J. Watt, especially when he does awesome things.
It is undeniable that Jimmy Kimmel’s Mean Tweets segment is one of the best to ever reach primetime talk shows and with endless possibilities, the series has no boundaries.
Jimmy Kimmel’s Celebrity Mean Tweets segment has captured the hearts of people everywhere and the hilarity continued with the 8th version of the innovative concept. Jimmy Kimmel Live released yet another series of celebrities reading mean tweets and the result is quite amusing with the likes of Chris Pratt, Britney Spears and Gwyneth Paltrow reading
Halloween isn’t officially over until Jimmy Kimmel says so, as he’s marked the end of the holiday the last few years by presenting a YouTube challenge to his viewing audience. The premise is simple: parents film their kids reacting to the news that they ate all their Halloween candy. As always, the video confirms the
Ty Burrell was a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and he shared a story of how he was invited to the NFL Draft by the St. Louis Rams to present the jersey to the team’s first round draft pick. Burrell, a life long St. Louis Rams fan, eagerly accepted and flew out to New York
The 2014 NFL season kicked off Thursday night, and Jimmy Kimmel was prepared to ring in the new season with another round of Mean Tweets, this time featuring some of the NFL’s biggest stars. [JimmyKimmel]
The Primetime Emmys are tonight, and because it’s NBC’s turn this year to broadcast the show, the network decided to move it up roughly one month and to a Monday night due to a conflict with its precious Sunday Night Football. Because of the switch, just getting to the ceremony was predicted to be a
There really isn’t much to say about this one. Here’s your viewing guide: If you want context, want to see the scene set, etc., then you should just watch the entire video. If you just want to watch Jimmy Kimmel get hit in the face by a baseball (it’s not a real baseball) thrown by Clayton
Jimmy Kimmel found some ‘big fans’ of the US soccer team and asked them how they think Landon Donovan has been playing so far. The answers are probably what you would expect from folks out on Hollywood Blvd.