Jimmy Kimmel Live
Miley wasn’t afraid to hear people criticize her.
Is Jimmy Kimmel the late night king of insults and wine?
Among the hilariously named fake acts include Tanya and the Hardings, DJ Costco and all-female rap act, Heavy Flow.
Between scenes of the band playing in a deserted parking lot, the eerie video follows half a dozen people running from something… something we can only assume is the cannibal.
After being mocked on last night’s (February 26) episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live! for canceling his scheduled appearance to protest the cast of Duck Dynasty being booked on the same show, singer Morrissey has fired back at the late-night talk show.
In a bold new interview, singer Morrissey has spoken out on the subject of war, listing it among “heterosexual hobbies.” Morrissey made the shocking statements while speaking to teen-girl website Rookie via email when asked which political causes mattered most to him during his own teenage years.
Los Angeles Morrissey fans collectively rolled their eyes today as their temperamental superhero announced he’d be canceling Tuesday’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! performance. It isn’t the “smell of burning flesh” like 2009’s Coachella Festival that will force the singer away. It’s stars of A&E’s reality television program Duck Dynasty that will keep the former Smiths frontman from taking the stage.
Tuesday night Jimmy Kimmel Live! debuted in its new time slot of 11:35pm, and to help start it out with a bang Jimmy brought in a band with a huge fan base, No Doubt.
Parents that have lost their ability to rock should look no further than this hilarious public service announcement.
As the credits rolled on the show, Prince and his band began to play “The Dance Electric,” a odd choice that sent fans into a frenzy. Prince wrote the song for his former bass player André Cymone’s solo album in 1985.