Throughout the year, Jimmy Kimmel plays funny YouTube clips on his show. He's even created some of his own. So with 2013 coming to a close, Kimmel's team compiled the top six videos — from Toronto "Crack Mayor" Rob Ford to a monkey in...Show More Summary
Haim closed out a massive 2013 with a stop at Jimmy Kimmel Live last night performing two Days are Gone cuts, “The Wire” and “Falling.” Check out the performances here.
Dress Code–Taking a look at modern tailoring, the December issue of Wallpaper sets out to demonstrate the dress codes of suiting with The post Adrian Bosch, Jimmy Beauquesne & Robert Laby Don Occasion Suiting for Wallpaper appeared first on The Fashionisto.
Jay Leno, the man with the highest ratings in late night TV, is about to be out of a job! The long-time Tonight Show host will step down in February and allow Jimmy Fallon to take over at 11:35. But unlike the Conan O’Brien debacle of 4 years ago, this time, Jay will be [...]
I wish the memory erase company from Eternal Sunshine was real, but just to forget the Godzilla song Puffy did with Jimmy Page.
As prestigious as it's been to make Barbara Walters' "Most Fascinating People" group, she notes most lobbying to get in has been low-key: "Usually it's a joke. If I'm on with Jimmy Kimmel or David Letterman, they'll say, 'You mean to tell me I haven't made the list yet?' And we'll say, 'Well, we did 10. You were No. 11.' "
The holiday season is all about spending time with loved ones and being thankful for everything in your life. For Jimmy Fallon, that means reuniting with the show that made him a star.
“A fundamentalist can’t bring himself or herself to negotiate with people who disagree with them because the negotiating process itself is an indication of implied equality.” Jimmy Carter August 17, 2006
Jay Leno is fast approaching the end of the road at NBC as Jimmy Fallon prepares to take over The Tonight Show during the Winter Olympics in February (Fallon just revealed the show's new logo today). But could his next steps lead him back into business with the man who led the last disastrous, aborted Tonight Show transition to Conan O'Brien?
"Saturday Night Live" is super excited for the dream pairing of this week's host, Jimmy Fallon, and musical guest Justin Timberlake. So excited, in fact, that the show has released three-plus minutes of promo material.The "Suit & Tie" crooner is the center of attention in "SNL's" teasers — but he's not in any of them. Show More Summary
This is former MMA fighter Brock Lesnar posing for a photograph with the founders of the Jimmy John's sandwich chain. Good god, what are those pants?!? Read more...
Jimmy Fallon is returning to Studio 8H to ring in a bit of holiday cheer for Saturday Night Live?s Christmas-themed episode this weekend. And with a musical guest like perma-fixture Justin Timberlake to goof around with, something tells us the two kooky dudes are going to get everyone into the festive spirit whether they want to be or not. Show More Summary
God, I love Brock Lensar. Whether he’s using a machine gun to murder a bunch of prairie dogs or hilariously wrecking somebody’s fake office, Lesnar’s monstrous invalid baby-rage is a gift to us all. The following picture if of BrockShow More Summary
Two-Hour Special Will Highlight Program’s Comedic Achievements Since 2009 Premiere
The great Minneapolis synth-pop group Poliça (can you believe these guys are American and Chvrches are the ones from Scotland?) took to Jimmy Kimmel Live last night with a pair of performances. On the broadcast, they breezed through Shulamith single “Spilling Lines,” and they added their cover of Lesley Gore’s “You Don’t Own Me” as [...]
It’s going to be a big weekend at Rockefeller Center, as Jimmy Fallon returns to host “Saturday Night Live” with fan favorite performer Justin Timberlake. The “Late Night” host filmed a series of promotional clips with Keenan Thompson...Show More Summary
Who doesn’t think of Megadeth when they think of Christmas? Their discography is littered with timeless holiday classics, like “The Skull Beneath the Skin,” “Devils Island,” and “Into the Lungs of Hell,” which is why Jimmy Kimmel Live! recently asked them to perform selections from their new album, Thrashing in the Snow (with a one horse open Mustaine).
Jimmy Fallon returns to his old stomping grounds this weekend with his second time hosting "Saturday Night Live." He'll be joined by his frequent collaborator Justin Timberlake as musical guest, but you'll have to wait until the show...Show More Summary
Dave Mustaine, especially in his recent Tea-Party-loon phase, does not strike me as someone bursting with humor. So give the Megadeth frontman credit: Last night, he and his band were musical guests on Jimmy Kimmel Live, and they were also game enough to make a fake commercial for their fake Christmas album. Indie siren Jenny [...]
It's the Saturday Night Live we've all been waiting for: Jimmy Fallon is returning to host with musical guest Justin Timberlake. Check out the best performances of 2013 In the promos for the last new episode of the year, Fallon is joined byKenan Thompson as the two hype up Timberlake. Show More Summary