“I think I’m still going to do shows, I’m not quiet sure.”
Jimmy Kimmel Live
Who is the new #3?
“I would rather stab myself in the taint than hear another Nickelback song.”
Featuring a very awkward Q&A about Donald Trump…
Middle Kids are back on American TV!
“Lik honestly saying Blink-182 is ur favorite band is lik sayin I’m okay living with herpes”
The Call of Kimmel.
Introducing… Panic! At The SisQó
Seminal hip-hop act Public Enemy have helped Jimmy Kimmel close out his talk show’s brief tenure in Brooklyn with a fist-pumping musical guest spot. The veteran rappers busted out a supercharged six-and-a-half-minute medley of their incendiary 1990 classic Fight the Power, which also included snippets of Man Plans God Laughs and 911 Is a Joke.
#Yeezy2020 fever has well and truly taken hold. If nothing else, Kanye West’s surprise mid-VMA’s announcement to run for President of the United States has kept the internet flourishing creatively over the past 48 hours, birthing an assortment of hilarious memes and celebratory Twitter accounts. There have also been plenty of comparisons made between Yeezy
Mumford & Sons have moved on from the banjos, entering a rockier phase of their career, but it turns out they also have a pop past that nobody knows about. On Jimmy Kimmel Live, Kimmel revealed a documentary of his hidden history with Mumford & Sons as a ’90s boy band called Mumtown. Their biggest
“Oh hi. I’m Josh Groban, and I have the voice of an angel,” pronounces the ever-modest American singer, songwriter, actor and producer as he takes the stage on the prestigious US TV talk show, Jimmy Kimmel Live. Groban is gearing up to tour Australia with an orchestra in tow early next year, but in the
Chet Faker has taken to the stage for Jimmy Kimmel Live in Los Angeles overnight, and I mean TAKEN to the STAGE. Who knew Uncy Nick had such funky fresh d-floor moves? As a part of Kimmel’s frequent series of free events, where he takes a break from punking humanity and shuts down a bunch
You may have heard of Jimmy Kimmel. A former host of Comedy Central’s The Man Show whose current interests include hosting his titular chat series, Jimmy Kimmel Live, and trolling hipsters at some of the world’s biggest music festivals. The funnyman has famously made trips to Coachella, Rock The Bells and South By Southwest over
Drake didn’t even cry.
Sia appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live overnight to perform her tracks Chandelier, Elastic Heart, and Big Girls Cry from her new album, 1000 Forms of Fear. There was no Lena Dunham or gay men this time, just a whole lot of clown makeup and probably the weirdest ABC Kids show we’ve ever seen. The set
“I’ve been shot nine times, I’m not afraid of no little white girl.”
Rapper Drake has donned a wig, a fake beard and some thick-rimmed glasses, and taken to the streets of Hollywood to ask people about Drake as part of Jimmy Kimmel Live‘s continuing I Witness News segment. Drake asked the public about fake Drake controversies, including his supposed refusal to acknowledge Caucasian athletes when he hosts
Made-up buzz bands win favourable reviews