Last week, Jimmy Kimmel made an emotional and personal plea about health care in America. He told the story of his son’s life-threatening experience at a hospital in Los Angeles, and said that all children, regardless of their parents’ income, deserve medical treatment. But last night he apologized for his “offensive”…
It looks like becoming Master of the Mystic Arts has left Stephen Strange’s bank account in a bad way.
Sunday was supposed to be all about the Oscars on Jimmy Kimmel Live but, really, it was all about Batman v Superman. The host had Ben Affleck on to talk about the movie, premiered a new clip, and showed this special “deleted scene” from the film.
YouTube’s biggest star was on the Late Show last night—and the segment was actually pretty good.
Even though we all know better, and because we are a horrible, self-loathing species, human beings will forever insist on using insecure, awful passwords. Awful passwords that, apparently, we are more than happy to broadcast on national television.
Black Friday has become as much an American holiday tradition as decking the halls, trimming the tree, or watching football. So it only makes sense that Ken Burns' latest documentary, courtesy of Jimmy Kimmel, tells the story of the nation's very first unofficial shopping holiday that followed the first Thanksgiving.
Apple's iWatch is a wonderful amazing revolutionary product that does not exist. But it feels like it's just around the corner, doesn't it? Like it's hiding in plain sight. Which is why it's hilarious to watch Jimmy Kimmel dupe people into thinking a dummy Casio is Apple's rumored smartwatch.
Gluten-free diets may be all the rage these days, but how much do people really know about gluten? Jimmy Kimmel recently sent a camera crew to a popular exercise spot in Los Angeles to find out — and you can probably imagine the results.
Apple unveiled two new iPads yesterday, and regardless of what new bells and whistles they're packing, people will inevitably ooh and ahh over them, and buy the fresh tablets by millions. Which brings up a question: what if Apple's announcement was completely BS-free?
iOS 7 is allegedly making some people sick to the point of puking. But Jimmy Kimmel has come to the rescue with the perfect cure: stop looking at your phone all the damn time.
Last week's viral video "Worst Twerk Fail EVER - Girl Catches Fire!" was actually a staged bit from Jimmy Kimmel, he admitted last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live: "We didn't send it to any TV station, we didn't tweet it. We just put it on YouTube and let the magic happen."
J.J. Abrams stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live last night to promote Star Trek Into Darkness, at least until he was asked about the Star Wars sequel. When he admitted he and his team were having some writer's block, a group of fans helpfully offered their opinions on what we should see in Episode VII. I tell you, I think…
When you combine beautiful faces with cookie cutter cheekbones, luscious lips and millions of dollars in success, you're bound to get a lot of hate from random joes on the Internet. Can you imagine the mentions column for celebs on Twitter? Yeah. Jimmy Kimmel can imagine it to so he got more celebrities to read the…
We all know actor Harrison Ford and Chewbacca had a serious falling-out at some point, as evidenced by a disturbing confrontation behind-the-scenes at Jimmy Kimmel Live. It's gotten worse.
Last year (after the Oscars) Jimmy Kimmel created a film that would sweep the Academy Awards starring black Hitler. A year later, Kimmel has pieced together a sequel to that amazing 9-minute trailer, "based on a tweet by Gary Busey and the best-selling board game Jenga." Behold the trailer for Movie: The Movie 2V
Every celebrity gets made fun of, yelled at, threatened, prodded, dragged in mud and pretty much virtually smacked in the face by people on Twitter. The tweets can be brutal! So Jimmy Kimmel got a bunch of celebrities to read some of the hate tweets they get from random people.
What would the holidays be without a Charlie Brown special? Every year you can count on the Peanuts gang showing up at Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. But what about corporate America's newest and most profitable holiday? Like it or not, Black Friday is here to stay, and Jimmy Kimmel has decided that it …