In the wake of a tragic incident at a Zimbabwean national park, many celebrities decided to use their platforms to spread a message of conservation. Among them, Jimmy Kimmel took the time during his late-night talk show to share an emotional monologue and in return received a huge response.Click To Continue Reading
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Jimmy Kimmel's tearful plea on Tuesday's "Jimmy Kimmel Live" for donations on behalf of murdered Cecil the lion not only tugged on heart strings, but it also on opened up a lot of wallets. A representative for University of Oxford'sShow More Summary
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Jimmy Kimmel‘s emotional plea for donations in honor of Cecil the Lion’s tragic death raked in a remarkable $150,000 for Oxford’s Wildlife Conservation Research Unit. On Tuesday night, the funny late night Read More The post Jimmy Kimmel’s Plea for Cecil the Lion Raises Over $150K appeared first on Ecorazzi.
Late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel had one hope when he heard about the hunter who killed Cecil the Lion in Zimbabwe: "please don't be an American." When it turned out that the big-game hunter who committed the "disgusting tragedy"...Show More Summary
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Donald Trump is nothing if not consistent, especially in his repudiation of all he believes is beneath him. It's a habit Jimmy Kimmel hilariously exploited on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Wednesday night with a montage of the Republican presidential hopeful calling everything, "Disgusting." The bit was inspired by recent accusations leveled at Trump...
The late night host's emotional segment paid off in a big way for Oxford’s Wildlife Conservation Research Unit
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Tyler, the Creator was the musical guest on last night's "Jimmy Kimmel Live". Before performing his Cherry Bomb tracks "Cherry Bomb" and "Smuckers", Kimmel brought him out to rap excerpts from the just-released Dr. Seuss book What Pet Should I Get?. Of course, that means Tyler wore a Cat in the Hat costume. Update: Tyler also performed "Pilot", check that out below.
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Glenn Beck is sickened by the death of Cecil the Lion, but he's also sickened by Jimmy Kimmel choking up about the lion's death.
Jimmy Kimmel's late-night show monologue veered into serious territory Tuesday night when the comedian skewered Minnesota dentist Walter Palmer for illegally killing Zimbabwe's beloved Cecil the Lion earlier this month. Clearly outraged over the murder of the 13-year-old lion, Kimmel ranted for...
Jimmy Kimmel got emotional discussing the death of Cecil the Lion, a famous Zimbabwe animal and tourist attraction, on Tuesday's "Jimmy Kimmel Live." In a four-minute monologue, Kimmel sharply criticized Walter Palmer, the 55-year-old American dentist responsible for hunting and killing the animal. Show More Summary
Jimmy Kimmel got choked up last night on his late-night show talking about Cecil the lion. [ more › ]