Christina Aguilera said the feud between her and Britney Spears was overblown and that she'd be "down" with doing a song together.
Kanye West appeared to be rendered speechless when Jimmy Kimmel asked him whether Donald Trump cared about black people. But he'd like to clarify that, no, he was just giving it some thought! West's Thursday interview on Jimmy Kimmel Live concluded somewhat strangely after Kimmel posed the question: West did not answer, then Kimmel abruptly announced a commercial break. (Trump was into it, though. Always a great sign.) So on Saturday night, West attempted to clear the air with a few tweets. SEE ALSO: The unspoken reason people are so upset about Kanye West and Chance the Rapper’s latest political tweets "On Jimmy Kimmel we had a great time having a dialogue," West wrote. "I’m reading that I was stumped by a question. Let me clarify the click bait. I wasn’t stumped. I wasn’t given a chance to answer the question. "The question was so important I took time to think. And then I was hit with the let’s go to commercial break," he added. On Jimmy Kimmel we had a great time having a dialogue. I’m reading that I was stumped by a question. Let me clarify the click bait. I wasn’t stumped. I wasn’t given a chance to answer the question. — KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) August 11, 2018 The question was so important I took time to think. And then I was hit with the let’s go to commercial break. That interview showed strong personalities with different opinions having a civil conversation. — KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) August 11, 2018 I was so happy when I saw Jimmy walk out in the Yeezys. That was an olive branch. He lead with love. I appreciate Jimmy and his team. You guys are Jedi’s. much love. — KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) August 11, 2018 West, who also released a new song on Saturday, has caught a lot of well-deserved flack over his fondness for the president. After all, aligning with Trump is an enormous betrayal from the man who defended the black community so boldly during that 2005 Hurricane Katrina telethon. He still hasn't answered Kimmel's question. WATCH: Kim Kardashian's 'uncomfortable' pose gets the meme treatment
On "Jimmy Kimmel Live," guest Kristen Bell delivered a "Frozen"-themed bedtime message that might give exhausted parents some help.
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.
Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer stopped by "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Tuesday to promote his new book, and he got into details about his resignation.
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.
On “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” Magic Johnson was pressed on who made calls before LeBron James was signed to the Los Angeles Lakers.
On "Jimmy Kimmel Live," Kathy Griffin shared the good deed that Stormy Daniels did for fellow strippers after her arrest.
Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon try to bring Conan O'Brien up to date on the state of the nation under Donald Trump.
One of the stranger things that happened on Friday was when Trump paid a visit to “Fox & Friends,” which was broadcasting from the White House lawn, and then did follow-up interviews with other outlets immediately after. Trump covered a ton of ground during the long sequence of comments, and Jimmy Kimmel tried to sift through them during his “Jimmy Kimmel Live” monologue Friday night. Kimmel started with various comments Trump made about Kim Jong Un, singling out one as “the most insane” the bit where Trump said: “He speaks and his people sit up at attention.
Gillian Jacobs waited this long to get her ears pierced — so why not pull that (piercing gun’s) trigger on national TV?
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.
The couple said "I do" on this day in 1988. They've been charming the heck out of us ever since.
Jimmy Kimmel used his monologue Thursday night to address an apparent war he's found himself in with Fox News host Sean Hannity.
Hannity said he would choose to accept the apology because “it’s how I was raised,” though he did qualify his acceptance by saying the apology “seems” less than sincere on Kimmel’s part.