Upon Ted Cruz’s victory in Iowa this weekend, late-night comedy host Jimmy Kimmel took the opportunity on Tuesday to mock Cruz and the Evangelical voters who voted for him. After remarking that GOP candidates like Cruz had been going “out of their way to talk about the Bible and their faith,” Kimmel wondered how it would look if Jesus himself had been running for President saying some of the more colorful rhetoric from certain GOP candidates.
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From Monday’s Jimmy Kimmel Live, some embarrassing video from the NBC-owned TV station in Washington, DC during live coverage of the big snowstorm last weekend.
Americans “will offer congratulations for just about anything,” Jimmy Kimmel observed in setting up a clip from his Wednesday night ABC show in which people on the street outside his Los Angeles studio treated North Korea’s supposed successful test of a hydrogen bomb as an achievement worth congratulating.
An amusing video collection as we enter the last shopping day before Christmas: From ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live last week, clips from some of the wackiest product offers in TV ads. Kimmel dubbed it the “As Seen on TV Gift Guide” with the “must-see items of 2015.”
According to Fusion writer Charles Pulliam-Moore, there might be an undercurrent of gay love in the new Star Wars movie.
A new report from the Center for Media and Public Affairs at George Mason University finds that it’s not just the news media that’s obsessed with Donald Trump. A study of jokes told by late night comedians finds that GOP frontrunner was the target of more punchlines (308) than the rest of the GOP field combined (282). And Republicans were targeted by more than twice as many jokes as Democrats — 590 to 230.
While much of the media ruled that Jeb Bush did not have a satisfactory debate performance on Wednesday, the sentiment stretched even into the late-night comedy shows as ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel panned the “embarrassing” Bush on Thursday for attacking Rubio on an issue “that literally no one outside of Florida cares about” concerning his Senate attendance record.
ABC late-night host Jimmy Kimmel took time out of his opening monologue on Wednesday’s Jimmy Kimmel Live to grumble over the news that Pope Francis secretly met with Kentucky clerk Kim Davis last week during his visit to the U.S. and quip that it would have been better if he met with Kim Kardashian or murderous North Korea dictator Kim Jong-un instead.
On Monday night, Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly appeared on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live to promote his latest book “Killing Reagan” and the late night comedian insisted that O’Reilly was the only “person that can beat Donald Trump.” After Kimmel argued that he didn’t think “Marco Rubio could beat Donald Trump” the late night host proclaimed his support for O’Reilly to take on the billionaire before he wondered “Bill O'Reilly, versus Donald Trump, who wins the Republican nomination?”
During an appearance on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live on Tuesday night, CNN’s Jake Tapper pushed back against the idea that the media fueled Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and instead stressed that there “is a chicken and egg thing there.”
During an appearance on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live on Wednesday night, Ali Wentworth, wife of Good Morning America anchor George Stephanopoulos, flashed her breasts to the late night host and his audience. Wentworth said she decided to flash the audience after she saw Miley Cyrus do the same in the previous segment. Stephanopoulos’ wife described how she and Cyrus “just bumped into each other” and they both exposed their breasts to each other.