Appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul discussed the strange circumstances under which he came into the world—with his mom, alone, delivering him prematurely on her bathroom floor.
50 Cent just found another gear in his ongoing, transcendent Instagram trolling of his former BFF, boxing champ Floyd Mayweather. After offering to donate $750,000 to any charity if Mayweather could read a page of Harry Potter, 50 has upped the ante by arranging for him to do it on national television.
The Streisand Effect, where the act of trying to hide something only results in more people seeing it, should probably be renamed The Eva Green's Boobs Effect. Green's breasts are at the peak of their fame after the uptight MPAA banned her Sin City: A Dame to Kill For poster for showing a hint of nipple under a sheer dress.
Jimmy Kimmel sent a crew to Comic-Con to ask cosplayers these two very pressing questions: "Have you ever had sex in your costume?" and "Would you like to?"
The latest edition of Jimmy Kimmel's Lie Witness News asks soccer "fans" what they thought about about the World Cup performance of Landon Donovan — who was cut from the team before the cup even began.
One of Jimmy Kimmel's best schticks is forcing celebrities to read the cruel, grammatically incorrect insults that randoms hurl at them on Twitter, and he's done it again with a bunch of NBA stars (and Kris Humphries).
Jimmy Kimmel has invented a new man-on-the-street game in the same vein as his usual Lie Witness News schtick: Instead of having people comment on news that didn't actually happen, he just asks them not to say anything at all. It's called "Don't Talk Into This Mic and Win $10."
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.
It's become trendy to maintain a gluten-free diet, even for people without allergies, but it's apparently not as trendy to have any idea what gluten is.