Kanye is happy to talk about his love for Trump, but he doesn't want to talk about Trump's policies.
Jimmy Kimmel blasted the West Hollywood City Council for voting to permanently remove Donald Trump's star on the Walk of Fame, which isn't even in West Hollywood.
Ye is coming to “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Jimmy Kimmel announced on Twitter Tuesday that Kanye West — aka “Hurricane Kanye” — will be striking Thursday. Details on their topics of conversation weren’t released, but they’ll likely talk about West’s controversial political remarks and possibly his recent album, “ye,” which was released in June. West’s wife, […]
Kim Kardashian explains why she was naked when she received a phone call from President Trump after their meeting at the White House, and Kimmel has some thoughts.
Cast members of that all-star comic book blockbuster, "Avengers: Infinity War" were challenged to an unofficial game of "Win, Lose or Draw" in which they had to sketch their Marvel-ous alter egos.
"I'm sure somebody told me to" apologize, she recalled of the 2008 scandal "But you know what? That's why I don't do what people tell me to anymore, because that idea sucked."
Jimmy Kimmel used his monologue Thursday night to address an apparent war he's found himself in with Fox News host Sean Hannity.
Actress Jenna Fischer showed up to her interview with Jimmy Kimmel on Monday wearing nothing but a white bath towel and blue jeans. “I waited a little too long to get dressed and then my zipper broke and I panicked,” Fischer said.
The late-night host makes an appearance on Tuesday’s episode of DeGeneres’ show, where she revealed she dedicated something special to his 10-month-old son.
The 19-year-old "Modern Family" actress is living with her 29-year-old actor boyfriend, Levi Meaden, in her $1.5 million mansion.
"Jimmy Kimmel Live!" cooked up a pretty funny parody of "Girls" and "The Golden Girls" Wednesday. He called the sketch a reunion special for "Girls," which ends a six-season run April 16.
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.
For a few days now, the Internet has been abuzz with rumors that Jimmy Kimmel will retire when his contract is up in 2020. In short, Kimmel has no plans to retire.
Jason Momoa is bringing sexy back — one tomahawk throw at a time. Jason Momoa has brought back the axe. After captivating us with his wrist work — while imbibing — when he was off the clock (see Jason Momoa Drinks Beer, Throws Ax, Looks Hot), the star of Netflix’s Frontier brought his act to late night on Thursday.
Benedict Cumberbatch will bring a healthy dose of magic to the Marvel Cinematic Universe when he dons the red cloak and mystical amulet of comic-book hero Dr. Steven Strange in the aptly titled Doctor Strange. While his superpowered character can bend time and space to his will, children aren’t so easily moved — as the Sorceror Supreme learned first-hand last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Viola Davis talked about being bullied as a kid on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" on Thursday, and how when those bullies friend her now on Facebook, she always accepts — so she can see how miserable their lives are. Davis found herself the only African-American in school when her family moved to Rhode Island in the 1970s.