Before performing her Top 5 hit "Fancy" on last night's Jimmy Kimmel Live, Australian rapper/drag queen Iggy Azalea helped prep the squares in Kimmel's audience by rephrasing the lyrics of the song's first verse and hook. Her in-between accent as she recites (but doesn't quite rap) her lyrics is utterly bizarre, and Kimmel's translations are for the most part hilarious.
There's only one person in the world capable of making the lyrics to R. Kelly's shag songs even sexier, and that's Benedict Cumberbatch.
The first thing you should know about Kanye West's manic episode on tonight's Jimmy Kimmel Live is that he had some shit in the left corner of his mouth for a large portion of it. That was very distracting, and made everything he said that much harder to take seriously.
Every night for the past several years, Jimmy Kimmel has been signing off his eponymous show by apologizing to Matt Damon for running out of time.
Jimmy Kimmel had to expect some head-butting over his recent move to 11:35 PM, but it's probably safe to assume he didn't expect to be clashing with Will Ferrell and Ryan Gosling.
Zooey Deschanel stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live tonight and pushed the very limits of adorkability. There was a story about her "six months years old" nephew, some tales from her childhood and, of course, a ghost hunt. There may have been more but my slingbox couldn't handle it.
Barney Frank is retiring from Congress and also marrying his longtime boyfriend in the near future, which means he had plenty of charming material while guesting on tonight's Jimmy Kimmel Live. He's really one of the good guys.
Jimmy Kimmel went on fellow comic Marc Maron's podcast-slash-psychotherapy-couch WTF to talk about his unusual career path. But he couldn't resist taking his famously neurotic host on a detour into some of his family issues, including the "very sadistic" mom who used to make him pay her begging homage and who pretended she was dead to make him cry.
Back in February—when he wasn't cozying up courtside to Rihanna—Justin Bieber participated in the NBA's Celebrity All-Star Game. It seems like SNL's Jason Sudeikis wasn't impressed with Bieber's skills considering he had this to say about his teen opponent on tonight's Jimmy Kimmel Live!: "I didn't even know it was him for the first two quarters, I thought it was a Make-A-Wish situation." [via Vulture]
Yesterday, Gary Busey was fired on The Celebrity Apprentice. But fear not, dedicated fans, for he returned to TV screens tonight on Jimmy Kimmel Live! And you know what? His interview with Kimmel—which ranged from a discussion of body language, to "Buseyisms," to Meatloaf-bashing—was just as entertaining as Busey was in The Donald's boardroom.
Wes Craven told Jimmy Kimmel his mean, little trick to get child actors to cry in his horror films—telling them their mother is dead. Works like a charm!
In what really is the perfect entrance for Kenny Powers, Danny McBride entered the set of Jimmy Kimmel Live on a horse (being led by a page-boy and wearing his garb from Your Highness.)