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Video: Rihanna Pranks Jimmy Kimmel

posted by Oscar April 2, 2015

Rihanna took a page out of Jimmy Kimmel and pulled a prank on him for April Fool’s Day. With the tables finally turned on him, Rih Rih went into the comedian’s home and woke him up in the middle of the night to the tune of her latest song “Bitch Better Have My Money.”

The singer had flashing lights, backup dance, and she even threw in some confetti and money. Check it out above.

Jimmy on the other hand wasn’t going to take things lying down (ZING!) and had something in mind for payback. Jimmy got Rihanna to do the “Twizzler Challenge,” which is basically a recreation of that classic Lady and The Tramp scene. See that below. Continue Reading

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Video: Logic – “Buried Alive” (Live on Jimmy Kimmel Live)

posted by Alberto January 28, 2015

Logic made his Jimmy Kimmel Live debut last week and although JKL didnt release footage of the performance on their youtube page, RattPack TV came through with a clip. Watch Logic perform “Buried Alive” up above. If you are in the Chicago area, make sure to check out Logic at The Riviera on Friday (1/30). Tickets are still available.

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Video: Arcade Fire Perform “Afterlife” and “Flashbulb Eyes” on ‘Kimmel’

posted by Oscar October 30, 2013

Arcade Fire released one of the best albums of the year this week and to help promote Reflektor‘s release, the band went on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to perform some cuts off of itThe band performed “Afterlife,” which is shown above, and “Flashbulb Eyes,” one of the cosmic/island blend tracks from the new release. See the latter below. Continue Reading


Video: Kanye West Interview with Jimmy Kimmel (Full Interview)

posted by Alberto October 10, 2013

A video of Yeezy’s sit down with Jimmy Kimmel has finally surfaced online. It is a very informative and intense interview just like his interview with Zane Lowe. Kanye talks about his short-lived beef with Kimmel, paparazzi, his family and much more. There are a lot of memorable quotes but my favorite has to be “For me to be saying I’m not a genius, I’d be lying to you and to myself.” Check out part one of the interview for yourself up above and the remaining parts after the jump. Continue Reading

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Video: Dave Grohl leads Sound City Players for “Fortunate Son” on ‘Kimmel’

posted by Oscar March 6, 2013

Dave Grohl and his All-Star band, the Sound City Players (featuring John Fogerty and Taylor Hawkings), hit up Hollywood Boulevard for a performance of the Credence Clearwater Revival’s classic “Fortunate Son” on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

The band, now with Rick Springfield, also performed “The Man That Never Was.” See that performance after the jump. Continue Reading


Axl Rose’s Interview on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

posted by Oscar October 25, 2012

The legendary front man for one of music’s greatest groups of all time, Axl Rose, sat down last night with Jimmy Kimmel for his first television interview in two decades Wednesday night on Jimmy Kimmel Live!.

Out to promote Guns N’ Roses forthcoming Las Vegas residency, the typically exuberant Axl appeared uncomfortable at first, answering questions about his past with short responses, that ringing especially true when the questions turned to the band’s original lineup. Check it out below. Continue Reading

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2012 White House Correspondents’ Dinner Delivers The Laughs

posted by Oscar April 29, 2012

Last night the 2012 White House Correspondents’ Dinner took place at the Washington Hilton Hotel and it did not fail to please in the comedic department.

This year the event was headlined by host of Jimmy Kimmel Live, Jimmy Kimmel. He started off his set with a special “White House Correspondent’s Dinner Edition” of his show’s classic “Unnecessary Censorship” bit. The rest of the comedian’s time at the podium saw him take jabs at celebrities like Kim Kardashian, Lindsay Lohan and George Clooney, Republican candidates Santorum, Paul, Gingrich and Romney and Mr. President himself. Overall, the set was quite funny but it didn’t stay all that true to the Kimmel’s comedy stylings and typical pace. Check out is set above. Continue Reading