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In the past 24 hours, potential measles outbreaks have occurred at Las Vegas' MGM Grand, an Emeril Lagasse-owned restaurant in New Orleans and aboard a Bay Area Rapid Transit train outside San Francisco. The reemergence of the disease after years of dormancy is being attributed to parents who remain reticent about vaccinating their children. The issue hits especially close to home for Jimmy Kimmel, as his wife gave birth to a daughter in July 2014. On Friday night's Jimmy Kimmel Live!, the late night host took aim at all of those »
Christina Aguilera and Jimmy Fallon engaged in a game of Wheel of Musical Impressions this week, which was really just a very important reminder that Xtina knows what she’s doing, vocally. Fallon’s Bowie and Michael McDonald impressions were fine, but Aguilera’s spot-on Cher, pitch-perfect Shakira, and “how often do we really see Britney and Christina in the same room together, really” eerie Britney Spears blew us away. Elsewhere on late night, the singer revisited another classic impression – her impeccable Kim Cattrall. Is she vying for another SNL hosting gig?
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- Monica Heisey
Common dropped by Jimmy Kimmel Live on Thursday with his shiny new Oscar to talk about his big night at the Academy Awards last weekend. The rapper, along with singer John Legend, won the best original song award for "Glory," which was featured in the movie Selma; the duo also took the stage to perform the hit, resulting in one of the most moving moments of the night. During his chat with Jimmy, Common revealed the inspiring message Jay Z gave him at the Vanity Fair afterparty and touched on a hilarious encounter he had with Oprah after his and John Legend's "real names" were announced - in a moment that was caught on camera, it seemed as though Oprah held up her hand to high-five Common and the rapper rejected her, moving on to hug Selma's David Oyelowo instead. Common insisted that it was an accident and »
There was a How to Get Away With Murder ending you didn't see…yet. And it sounds very dramatic. Viola Davis appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live (via satellite, she was stuck in Ohio) and revealed the show shot two endings. You saw the ending that made the cut, but the one that's on the editing room floor… Spoilers! "The one that we didn't use, I just walk down the stairs to the cellar and I'm calling Rebecca's name and I find her dead in her chair, tied up. I love the ending by the way," Davis told Jimmy Kimmel. I just think it's still heart pounding. It's just filled with so many moments that we didn't expect. I'm glad I didn't have anything to do with it, »
Warning: Htgawm finale spoilers ahead!
How to Get Away With Murder cast members Matt McGorry, Karla Souza, and Aja Naomi King stopped by Et Thursday to dish on the crime drama’s first season finale. While they couldn’t say much, they did reveal that the show actually shot multiple endings for the dramatic finale, and now, thanks to series star Viola Davis’ appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, we know what one of those alternate endings was.
TV: 'How to Get Away With Murder' Finale: The Killer Revealed and 4 More Shocking Moments
The 49-year-old actress, who plays Annalise Keating on the show, joined Kimmel via video conference due to technical issues with her plane, and revealed that the episode almost ended with her character going down to her basement where she and her team were holding suspected murderer Rebecca captive, but instead found her bloodied and dead.
Instead, the show chose »
If you're like us and value your sleep, you probably nodded off into your Ambien dreamland before the party started on post-prime time TV. Don't worry; we've got you covered. Here's the best of what happened last night on late night.
Time for a game of Flip Cup with Margot Robbie on "The Tonight Show!" First to chug their beer and flip their cups wins, and obviously Margot killed it. Her prize? Some toilet paper. Only the best from Jimmy Fallon!
Richard Madden showed up on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" to talk about being Prince Charming in "Cinderella," and apparently with great power comes great responsibility. And tight leggings. And zero genitalia because this is Disney, which means that Richard had to spend hours trying on jock straps. Ken dolls feel your pain, buddy.
- Mehera Bonner
“I’ve been Prince for years and years,” Smith told Et in 1988. “But about two years ago, the DJ’s in the streets started scratching, ‘fresh, fresh, this is fresh!’ Everything was ‘fresh,’ so I added the ‘Fresh Prince’ on my name.”
Back then, Smith was part of a rap trio with DJ Jazzy Jeff and Ready Rock C. The group put out some radio-friendly hits like ‘Summertime’ and ‘Parents Just Don’t Understand.’
“I like to rap about things that everyone can relate to,” said Smith “After you get into the record, you listen it, you can see that we're being facetious and it is fun.”
Smith recently said he’s interested in making his return to music and has even penned some new »
Will Smith is all over the place this week promoting his new film, Focus. His most recent appearance was on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, where he picked up the mic yet again. As a reminder, first he rapped "Gettin' Jiggy Wit It" for David Letterman, and then he sang the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme song for Ellen DeGeneres. Last night, he did a full-on performance of "Summertime" for Kimmel. They even video-conferenced DJ Jazzy Jeff in to dance to the rendition of their 1991 hit. Check it out! »
As always seems to be the case immediately after the Oscars, a lot of chatter has turned to who should be the next host of the show following Neil Patrick Harris’ turn on Sunday. Honestly, the Academy Awards doesn’t actually need a host, but since they’re committed to the idea, it makes sense to really shoot for the moon next time out. I’ve never disliked any of the hosts (yes, I even found James Franco and Anne Hathaway to be fine), but I’ve also never really been over the moon for any of them. As such, I didn’t have to think too much in order to find a bunch of worthy names that I wish the Academy would consider. Below you’ll see ten of them, but trust me…there are plenty more than just these men and women. Here are the ten individuals that »
- Joey Magidson
The Fresh Prince was in the house on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” Wednesday night. Will Smith appeared on the late-night talk show to promote Friday release, “Focus,” and performed one of his classic rap songs from the early 1990’s. DJ Jazzy Jeff, Smith’s former collaborator, even made a special appearance via satellite. Also Read: ‘After Earth’ to ‘Men in Black’ to ‘Whip My Hair': The Smith Family Showbiz Scrapbook (Photos) “Summertime” was an early success for Smith. It reached #4 on the “Billboard” Hot 100 chart and won a Grammy for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group. Smith has been busy infusing his. »
- Joe Otterson
Smith shared a cute story on Thursday's Jimmy Kimmel Live about how his Fresh Prince of Bel-Air co-star taught his oldest son, now age 22, how to drive when he turned 16, and recalls that he asked Ribeiro for his help because he was into racing. At the time, Smith says he thought it would be helpful for his son to learn tips on how to "catch the car if it drifts" and "drive like a real driver."
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As expected from a teenager, Trey used his knowledge for horseplay. "Then I get a call from the pastor of the church that he was doing donuts in the church parking lot," the 46-year-old actor revealed. "This is a lesson to the parents: Don't educate your kids."
Smith reunited with Ribeiro, 43, on Tuesday »
Earlier this month, Will Smith appeared on The Tonight Show and did some musical game because it's The Tonight Show. But apparently it stuck with him, as he told the Associated Press, "I got the bug." Last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Smith talked about writing rhymes again. The problem is his kids are making fun of him for doing it wrong. This is how we imagine the conversation went:Jaden: Daaaaaaad, you're doing it wrong. Everyone uses their iPhones to take their rhymes down. Will: Paper's where it's at, son. Rakim didn't rap about using his Notes app. Jaden: Parents just don't understand. Will: Ahhhhhhhhhhhhh! You got me. You got me. Jaden: I'm just looking out for you, father. Will: I know, son. I know. Now let's go swim in our pool that's shaped like Philadelphia and filled with gold coins. »
- Jesse David Fox
But can he dance? Will Smith told Jimmy Kimmel on Wednesday, Feb. 25, that his technique at good parenting backfired when he asked his Fresh Prince of Bel-Air costar Alfonso Ribeiro to teach his oldest son Trey how to drive. The Focus actor, 46, first explained on Jimmy Kimmel Live how his second oldest child, Jaden, recently turned 16 and got his learner's permit. "We have the little golf carts," Smith said of teaching the kids how to drive. "I always took the kids when they were [...] »
Call this a true meeting of the Gs! Warren G and Kenny G decided to make history Monday night when they appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live together. Combining their epic musical skills, the unlikely duo took center stage for a funk-drenched performance of the 1994 classic hit "Regulate." "One of the funnest performances i've ever done!" Kenny wrote on Twitter with a link to the viral video. "#KennyAndWarrenG" For those who don't recall, the original track relied heavily on a sample of Michael McDonald's single "I Keep Forgettin' (Every Time You're Near)." "It was a record that I always loved, from being a kid and my parents playing »
[Youtube "uvJ1K3Gl0r8"] On Sunday night Jimmy Kimmel hosted his 10th annual After the Oscars special, and the star-power was certainly worthy of the occasion - but, thanks to a new outtakes reel, we now know that so were the bloopers. Kimmel's original two-part sketch, "The Kimmel School of Perfect Acting," featured 2015 Best Actor winner Eddie Redmayne alongside former winners Jeff Bridges and Sean Penn, plus other A-listers Jennifer Aniston, Lupita N'yongo, Matt Damon, Gary, Mila Kunis, Susan Sarandon,Emily Blunt, John Krasinski and Kristen Bell - all of whom subjected themselves to ruthless acting master Jim Kimmel. On Monday, Kimmel revealed some »
- Lydia Price
Words that probably no one ever thought they would type: you're really going to enjoy this Kenny G remix. Jimmy Kimmel brought the world-renowned saxophonist together with Warren G - because of the "G" thing, get it? - for a jazzy remix of Warren G's 1994 hit with Nate Dogg, "Regulate." It's, dare I say, not terrible. In fact, it's a pretty sweet jam. Check it out, and if you haven't seen it, watch Jimmy Kimmel's post-Oscars sketch. »
Hey, it was meant to look that way! John Travolta's now-infamous moment at Sunday's Oscars when he caressed Idina Menzel's face was planned ahead of time, his rep says. The bit was meant to riff on how he bungled the singer's name at last year's Academy Awards, but he ended up launching at least one new meme because he got all handsy with her visage. "It was rehearsed in total," Travolta's rep told People. "John Travolta loved working with Idina Menzel. John had a great time at the Oscars because his wife, Kelly Preston, and his daughter, Ella, »
- lynette rice, @lynetterice
Jimmy Kimmel showed his audience bloopers from Sunday’s post-Oscars sketch “The Kimmel School of Perfect Acting” on Monday, and the outtakes proved to be as entertaining as the segment itself. While Kimmel did his best to play a perfectionist acting coach who pushes his A-list students to their breaking points, Oscar winner Jeff Bridges instructed the team on the subtle art of the “John Wayne skull take.” Next, “The Office” star John Krasinksi and his wife, “Into the Woods” star Emily Blunt, couldn’t keep a straight face while unsuccessfully attempting to breathe their lines into each other’s mouth. »
- Joe Otterson
The clarinet has never been so gangsta. Kenny G teamed up with rapper Warren G to perform the emcee’s old hit with Nate Dogg, “Regulate,” on “Jimmy Kimmel Live’s” #MashUpMonday last night — and it was awesome. Also Read: Jimmy Kimmel Teaches Eddie Redmayne, Jennifer Anniston How to Act After Oscars (Video) The two completely different music styles matched up shockingly well on the ABC late-night performance, which the Hollywood crowd in attendance surely appreciated live as much last night as the internet is this morning. Sponsor At&T must be pleased that the video is going viral, perhaps a little less happy about. »
- Tony Maglio
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant did not confirm rumors of retirement while appearing on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Monday. “They’re ready to put me in my grave, man,” Kobe joked. “I’m just trying to come back from this injury. I just take things a day at a time. This is a huge challenge I have in front of me right now.” See video: Jimmy Kimmel Teaches Eddie Redmayne, Jennifer Anniston How to Act After Oscars Bryant, who had surgery last month to repair a torn rotator cuff in his right shoulder, isn’t expected to return to the court until September, »
- Greg Gilman
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