Jimmy Kimmel sent comedian Tony Barbieri to Alabama this week to skewer Roy Moore at one of the GOP Senate candidate’s campaign rallies; they’re held in churches, and part of “services.” Moore was not amused by the disruption and took to Twitter to demand that if Kimmel wants to “mock our Christian values” he should “come down here to Alabama and do it man to man.” “Great Roy – let me know when you get some Christian values and I'll be there!” Kimmel tweeted back at…
Abrams joined forces with Ben Affleck, Jennifer Aniston, Zach Galifianakis, Matt Damon, and more for this epic viral video.
Fox News hosts excoriated “liberal silence” because late night hosts didn't condemn Weinstein quickly enough. But it was just a matter of timing, Ken Tucker writes. The story broke too late for Thursday night's shows, and they don't tape on Friday. But Colbert, Kimmel, and Meyers had many jokes and much disgust teed up Monday night.
After mussing Donald Trump's hair back in 2016, Jimmy Fallon still hasn't figured out how to approach politics on the 'Tonight Show,' says Ken Tucker.
Jimmy Kimmel Blasts GOP Health Care Bill: 'I Am Politicizing My Son's Health Problems Because I Have To'
Having previously asked that Melissa McCarthy “dial back” her impersonation on Saturday Night Live, Sean Spicer half-heartedly acknowledged its merits on Wednesday.
The late night host posed for pics with his son, wife Molly McNearney and their 3-year-old daughter, Jane, at the 8th Annual L.A. Loves Alex's Lemonade event.
Stephen Colbert may have snagged The Mooch – but Jimmy Kimmel has landed Sean Spicer for his late-night debut on Wednesday, September 13. It’s a big “get” for Kimmel, marking Spicer’s first interview since leaving his post at the White House. Maybe Spicer felt he owed ABC after proving wrong reports he was going to compete on the next season of Dancing With The Stars, dashing dreams of many Reporters Who Cover Washington. Of course there was no way Spicer was going to…
“I haven’t screamed at my TV this much since McDreamy died,” Jimmy Kimmel said in response to President Donald Trump’s latest press conference on Tuesday, during which the Commander in Chief made “an angry and passionate defense of white supremacists.” “[Trump] opened his mouth and all manner of stupid came out,” the ABC host concluded […]
Yes, we’re living in a time when, every day, you don’t whether to laugh or cry at what’s going on in Washington. GOP Rep. Jason Chaffetz from Utah went on CNN Tuesday to answer questions about how much more Americans are going to have to spend under the new plan. Dodging the question as a matter of principle (i.e., because he has none), Chaffetz said of the sick citizens in this country, “People have to make a choice.
It was one of the most infamous moments in Oscars history when “La La Land” producer Jason Horowitz said, “This is not a joke. Moonlight has won Best Picture.” Now Jimmy Kimmel has revealed what would have happened if that hadn’t happened. Let's just say it had something to do with getting Matt Damon back for teasing Kimmel at the Emmys.
Jimmy Kimmel shares a moment with “Gary from Chicago” at the Oscars. “Gary from Chicago” was a highlight of the Oscars on Sunday, but his surprise television debut came shortly after another major day in his life. Just three days before Hollywood’s biggest night, Gary Alan Coe was released from a California prison after serving 20 years of a life sentence for multiple felonies.
Donald Trump has been the butt of a lot of jokes this awards season, and Sunday night’s Oscars ceremony was no different. Host Jimmy Kimmel took shots at Trump, even using Trump’s favorite form of communication, Twitter, to send a shout-out live on stage. Trump also claimed that he did much better than past Republican candidates with Hispanic and African American voters.
The 89th Academy Awards were, for most of their (prolonged) runtime, a relatively predictable and ho-hum affair — until its final moments when Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway announced the wrong Best Picture winner and confusion erupted on the Dolby Theatre stage. Thrust into the eye of this sudden storm — in which La La Land was mistakenly named as winner of the night’s top prize, only to have the prize taken away and given to the actual recipient Moonlight — was Oscars host Jimmy Kimmel. A night after valiantly pitching in to bring order to this chaos, the late-night host discussed his personal experiences during one of the most memorable moments in Oscar history back on stage at his regular gig, Jimmy Kimmel Live! (watch the clip above). Dubbing it “the weirdest TV finale since Lost,” Kimmel explained that he had moved into the audience to watch the Best Picture announcement alongside his frenemy Matt Damon.
Tuesday morning on Fox & Friends, hosts Steve Doocy, Ainsley Earhardt and Brian Kilmeade skipped school and took a little field trip to the White House, where President Donald Trump invited them into the East Room to sit on chairs beneath a portrait of George Washington and ask him a few questions. Pressed together, asking questions in the same tone, the Fox News co-hosts were like Huey, Dewy, and Louie interrogating Donald Duck.
It’s been less than 24 hours since the most notorious fubar in Oscar history — the mistaken announcement that La La Land had won best picture, when in fact the award was meant for Moonlight — and accounting firm PricewaterhouseCooper has now issued an unusual second apology, while the Academy is announcing that it will conduct an investigation of the way the tell-tale envelopes are handled at the Oscar ceremony while offering an apology of its own. Going beyond the first statement of apology that was issued Sunday night, three hours after the Oscar broadcast ended, PwC on Monday sent out what it called a “revised statement” in which it squarely shoulders the blame for the incident, cites PwC partner Brian Cullinan for the mistake and offers another apology to all involved in the embarrassing drama that played out on national television.
Donald Trump finally broke his silence about the Oscars. The president on Monday afternoon gave an interview to Breitbart News, a right-wing outlet that his chief strategist Steve Bannon was the executive chairman of prior to joining the White House. “I think they were focused so hard on politics that they didn’t get the act together at the end,” President Trump told Breitbart reporter Matthew Boyle.