Some guy named Ben probably isn’t too pleased today.
Many tend to have strong opinions about Miley Cyrus’ risqué persona, so the controversial 22-year-old artist took it upon herself to hear what the people had to say. On Jimmy Kimmel Live’s “I Witness News,” Cyrus went undercover as an Australian reporter to ask a few folks their general thoughts about this year’s VMAs host.
Based upon the characters that Bob Odenkirk routinely plays in movies and TV shows, one would assume the Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul actor would be willing to try anything, including playing a harmless game with Jimmy Kimmel.
Mumford & Sons has enjoyed their success as a rock group, but on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” they were forced to relive their beginnings as boy band “Mumtown”. They had some smash hits in the late 90’s including “Girl, I’m Saying Girl, Girl.” Check out the hilarious sketch below. Related Content Hilarious Fantasy Football Team Names
Steph Curry doesn’t get rattled easily on the basketball court, but apparently that doesn’t carry over to the golf course.
Donald Trump says preposterous things on social media. We all know that. Now, thanks to Josh Groban, we get to hear some of these tweets thrown into one beautiful song. Groban appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” to sing the Trump ballad and of course, makes the tweets even more hilarious and absurd. Related Content Hilarious
Now that the Dodgers are winning, Jason Bateman said on Jimmy Kimmel that he goes to as many games as he can.
The good thing about the NBA offseason is that it gives the NBA’s stars the opportunity to make some great ads, like this Foot Locker commercial starring Damian Lillard and Andrew Wiggins.
People continue to react to Tuesday’s news that the man behind the killing of popular Zimbabwe lion, Cecil, is a dentist from Minnesota. We’ve seen some emotionally-charged comments from every end of the world, including talk show show Jimmy Kimmel, who gave a passionate monologue during his Tuesday night show about Cecil and the “a-hole
Adultery is archery for adults. At least, that’s what adultery is in a kid’s mind. Ashley Madison, a website devoted to helping people cheat on their spouses, made headlines after being hacked on Monday. In honor of this story, Jimmy Kimmel decided to go out and ask kids to explain the meaning of adultery. As
Thursday night’s Jimmy Kimmel show got a little weird, even for notorious awkward-enhancer Jack Black.
As it turns out, spelling ‘Timofey Mosgov” isn’t the easiest thing in the world to do.