“You know, this jeans thing, this is years ago. Come on.” The outgoing US President Barack Obama once again reads from a heavily filtered list of mean tweets about him. Jimmy Kimmel Live’s segment has gone soft, but it’s still funny...
Mark Rober, a former NASA engineer who is now a YouTube star, visited “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Tuesday to offer some creepy tips for Halloween. He carved out some cool decorations like this: But the best moment came when he placed what appeared to be Kimmel’s head in a refrigerator... ... Show More Summary
President Obama reads "mean tweets," including one from the Republican nominee, during a visit to "Jimmy Kimmel Live."
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Will Ferrell resurrected his renowned impression of the late Chicago Cubs broadcast legend Harry Caray on Jimmy Kimmel Live Monday.
We don’t want to see the Obamas leave the White House but it turns out that the First Lady is more than ready to move on. In an interview on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Monday, President Barack Obama spoke candidly about his time in officeShow More Summary
President Obama-boosted Jimmy Kimmel Live ranked as the No. 1 late-night show in households in the 56 metered markets (2.7/7) last night. Kimmel’s ABC show bested NBC's Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (2.1/6) and CBS's Late Show with...Show More Summary
Normally, President Barack Obama, a lifelong White Sox fan, would not cheer on for the Cubs to win anything. It’s just how rivalries work. But on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Obama made it official: He’s cheering on the Cubs to win the World Series. Kimmel:...Show More Summary
Barack Obama is not only the president, but also a celeb, making his a staple of late-night talk shows. Obama visited Jimmy Kimmel Live last night to discuss the end of his presidency, his family, Donald Trump, how he wakes up in the...Show More Summary
Barack Obama is now a two-term president when it comes to “Mean Tweets” on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” POTUS’ first “Mean Tweets” reading was a big YouTube hit for Kimmel — it has more than 46 million views to date — so it only made sense to do it again while Obama’s in the L.A. area for big-bucks fundraisers...
Because the impossible happened and the Chicago Cubs have made it to the World Series for the first time since 1945, Will Ferrell did us the honor of raising the dead by stumbling onto Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night to revive his Saturday Night Live impression of legendary announcer Harry Caray. Show More Summary
President Obama only has a few months left in office, but he still gets his fair share of criticism, a lot of it flung from dark corners of social media. On Jimmy Kimmel Live!, the president gamely sat down for the last time as president...Show More Summary
President Obama read a batch of “Mean Tweets” this week on ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” capped off by one from Donald Trump. Check it out …
President Barack Obama came back for a second round of abuse when he did Jimmy Kimmel's classic "Mean Tweets" segment on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" Monday night. They may not be the worst things said about the Democratic president, but they're certainly some of the funnier insults thrown at Obama. Show More Summary
President Barack Obama had a mic-dropping moment — or actually, a smartphone-dropping moment — as Mr. Obama appeared with Jimmy Kimmel on a “Mean Tweets” segment of Jimmy Kimmel Live! at the El Capitan Entertainment Center in Los Angeles, on Monday, October 24. Show More Summary
Jimmy Kimmel represented the North and South sides Monday by welcoming Cubs broadcasting legend Harry Caray and President Obama on his late-night show. Comedian Will Ferrell reprised his role as Caray, who died in 1998. He flung Wetzel's Pretzels at the audience, recalled memories of Donald Trump...
You never know when Will Ferrell will suddenly pop up, and Monday night was another example of that. Known for making sudden appearances on all the late-night shows, Ferrell showed up on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" dressed as one of his most...Show More Summary
President Barack Obama has a great sense of humor. And unlike certain presidential candidates, he has a sense of humor about himself. He showed what a good sport he is by going on Monday's Jimmy Kimmel Live and reading "Mean Tweets."...Show More Summary
President Barack Obama appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Monday night, where he again partook in the "Mean Tweets" series, reading a series of...
On an presidential episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, President Barack Obama returned to the show and read through a new series of mean tweets that others have written about him. Here are the mean tweets that he read back in 2015. Related Laughing Squid PostsPresident Barack Obama Reads Mean Tweets About Himself on Jimmy Kimmel […]