Jimmy Kimmel keeps on showing us just how stupid so many people are, and it's terrifying that these people get to vote. Kimmel sends out his crew to show that so many people are so dumb, that all you have to do is pretend something bad is really good, and they'll get super excited about it!
While Joss Stone isn't the sort of singer one would expect to be the next frontwoman of Stone Temple Pilots, she earned the chance to prove her worth last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live. And although the soul singer may have just appeared for this one performance, the band name-Joss Stone Temple Pilots-does have a certain ring to it.
Something was a little off about Miley Cyrus' appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! the other night. And that something was her bra. The singer decided to come on show wearing a 'cape-like' top and only pasties on underneath. This on it's own isn't newsworthy or even that entertaining, but Kimmel did what Kimmel does best, and that's turn something like this into a riot...
Jimmy Kimmel, with the help of Josh Groban, found a way for everyone to be made aware of Donald Trump's tweets - by having Groban sing them. This is really the only way Trump's tweets could be made entertaining, because calling people stupid, a lightweight or a loser over and over again gets really boring.
From time to time, Jimmy Kimmel sends a cameraman out on the streets to ask unsuspecting people some questions. Most times, the intent is to make people look stupid by asking simple questions, which always generate a series of ridiculous answers. This case was a little different.
President Obama appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night. Jimmy pointed out that the Prez, like George W. Bush before him, was catching some criticism for coming on the show.
Deciding to face the haters head on, the Commander in Chief did an all Obama edition of "Celebrities Read Mean Tweets about Themselves".
We love when clips of televangelist Pat Robertson surface.
Never has one person had the ability to sound so, so very stupid, yet still have so many people who follow him so religiously (no pun intended).
Sports headlines have been dominated by #DeflateGate, the allegations that the New England Patriots may have deflated 11 out of 12 of their footballs for their A.F.C. Championship game with the Indianapolis Colts.
Patriot's Quarterback Tom Brady and Coach Bill Belichick have denied involvement, with Belichick performing "science experiments" and Brady getting all sad.
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