On Monday night's Jimmy Kimmel show, Jimmy had Actor Chris Pine sing the school closings that happened on the East Coast earlier today from the big blizzard of 2016 over the weekend
Shout out to Brick, and Toms River!!!!
Jimmy Kimmel, with the help of Josh Groban, found a way for everyone to be made aware of Donald Trump's tweets - by having Groban sing them. This is really the only way Trump's tweets could be made entertaining, because calling people stupid, a lightweight or a loser over and over again gets really boring.
From time to time, Jimmy Kimmel sends a cameraman out on the streets to ask unsuspecting people some questions. Most times, the intent is to make people look stupid by asking simple questions, which always generate a series of ridiculous answers. This case was a little different.
In case you missed it this week, Van Halen had their first live TV performance on Jimmy Kimmel the other night.
The first song they performed was "Panama", and at the start of the song, David Lee Roth was spinning a microphone stand incredibly fast where he hit himself in the nose and started bleeding to the point where V.H had to stop the performance and go get medical attention.
Van Halen was on Jimmy Kimmel last night to promote their new "Tokyo Dome- Live in Concert" Cd, and to also kick of their summer tour.
At the beginning of "Panama", David Lee Roth came out on stage spinning the microphone stand like a Mad-Man. At some point while spinning it, he hit himself in the face causing him to bleed, and eventually had to stop the live performance to go get fixed up and to then start the song again.. Check out the video
About a week ago, Varacchi posted a video featuring eight and a half month old Wyatt playing the drums to a Pantera song. The video caught Jimmy Kimmel's attention
Jimmy Kimmel invited Baby Wyatt on to his late night show for a segment called "Can they do it live...
Last week, we posted Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson's version of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, where he challenged champion boxer Floyd Mayweather, Jr.
His challenge was a bit different. He didn't want to see Mayweather dump water on his head. He challenged the Grand Rapids native to read a page from a Harry Potter book.
If he could successfully do that, 50 Cent would donate $750,000 to th