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.
Kit Harington appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and watched some spot-on impersonations of his “Game Of Thrones” character Jon Snow. These impressions, which range from reading off of a Frosted Flakes box to advertising a shampoo, are hilarious especially for those who have seen the show. There’s some Petyr Baelish (Littlefinger) and Samwell Tarly impressions
These videos never get old.
Jimmy Kimmel is the mastermind behind the mean Tweets phenomenon and his latest piece of work is the third NBA installment. As always, Jimmy brings the heat. Check it out as NBA past and present read what others are Tweeting about them, and try not to laugh.
In one of the oddest stories of the week, musician Adam Levine was sugar bombed outside of Jimmy Kimmel Live on Wednesday.
Earlier this month, Jimmy Kimmel sung his own rendition of Manny Pacquiao’s planned walkout song “Lalaban Ako Para Sa Filipino” (or “I Will Fight for the Philippines”) for Pacquiao’s fight with Floyd Mayweather.
A few days ago, Manny Pacquiao released a new music video for a tune that he will use as his walkout song when he enters the ring against Floyd Mayweather on May 2nd.
Rihanna was slated to appear on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Wednesday but decided to pay Kimmel a visit earlier than expected to pull off an April Fool’s Day joke.
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.