What could you name more of, Avengers of U.S. presidents? The “Jimmy Kimmel Live” crew took to the street to ask random people that same question.
Jimmy Kimmel’s always-hilarious “Unnecessary Censorship” segment is back, this time taking aim at presidential candidates and other political figures.
Erin Andrews joined Jimmy Kimmel Live on Wednesday to discuss, among other things, her court case, one that netted her $55 million.
Comedians and TV personalities must love election years.
Most people learn state abbreviations in elementary school, but clearly that knowledge doesn’t carry over into adulthood.
Mitt Romney was a guest on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” Tuesday night, and he was the star of Kimmel’s latest “Mean Tweets” segment.
The Oscars will air Sunday night, so Jimmy Kimmel gathered some of Hollywood’s biggest stars for another hilarious edition of “Mean Tweets”.
The Grammys aired Monday night, so it was fitting that Jimmy Kimmel’s newest edition of ‘Mean Tweets’ featured a bunch of the music industry’s biggest artists.
ESPN’s “Pardon the Interruption” tandem Michael Wilbon and Tony Kornheiser joined “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Thursday night.
It’s hard to take any of Jimmy Kimmel’s antics seriously. After all, he’s known for his pranks. That’s probably why Shaq thought it was a joke when Kimmel revealed his Lakers statue that’ll be outside Staples Center.
The “Lie Witness News” segment on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” is an enigma. It’s hard to believe these videos are real and people can actually be this stupid.
One of the funniest ongoing bits in all of late night is Jimmy Kimmel’s “Mean Tweets” where he has his celebrity guests read mean tweets on camera. This particular version of the bit includes Liv Tyler from The Leftovers, Michael B. Jordan from Creed, Julia Louis-Dreyfus from Veep, and Harry Potter himself, Daniel Radcliffe. Be