Late-night show host Jimmy Kimmel hosted the 2012 Primetime Emmy Awards last night, and if you're wondering how he did... well, not great. There were a few semi-funny bits here and there, but for the most part, the presenters were more entertaining than he was.
But one part that was enjoyable to watch was Kimmel's opening skit, which featured all our favorite ladies of television (excluding anyone from 'Modern Family'). Now, thanks to the folks at 'Jimmy Kimmel Live,' you can watch the entire opening skit right here.
If you weren't watching 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' last night (or if you're like us and you just asked, "That's still on?"), you missed a very special treat. Oscar-nominated actor Gary Oldman popped by to give a dramatic reading from rapper R. Kelly's memoir, 'Soulacoaster: The Diary of Me.'
In case you hadn't heard, Louis C.K. was recently cast in Woody Allen's upcoming (and untitled) movie. Interestingly enough, Andrew "Dice" Clay was also cast in that same movie, which also stars Alec Baldwin and Cate Blanchett. Yeah, WTFs all around. Louis C.K. was on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' last night and elaborated on the weirdness and the film while giving his impression of Dice doing his impression of Woody Allen.
Traditionally, the White House Correspondents Dinner is an opportunity for the President of the United States to let his guard down and become an entertainer for evening, performing a comedy routine for the crowd before taking his seat and being playfully roasted by a comedian. This year, President Barack Obama was joined by late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel. Since this is the internet, both of their routines are online for you to see!
We found out just a few days ago that Michael Bay and company are rebooting the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise, but our beloved teenage turtle-shelled heroes will be "from an alien race and they are going to be tough, edgy, funny and completely lovable." This tough new look completely karate kicks the whole original idea we are all costumed to in the face and fans everywhere are pissed. To make light of all this mumbo jumbo, Conan O'Brien and Jimmy Kimmel separately wrote sketches surrounding the outcry of the fans.
Have you seen a Jimmy Kimmel "Unnecessary Censorship" video before? It's a sketch on his weekly show where he, this is so brilliant, takes clips of celebrities, politicians, TV shows and whoever else is currently in the media, and bleeps and blurs out certain parts of their speech to make it seem like their saying something very naughty or disgusting.
Found Footage is probably the greatest thing to happen to the Internet, especially to YouTube. A video of a teenager hurting himself while trying to show off in front of friends or a baby laughing for 10 seconds can go viral around the world within hours. We spend hours upon hours watch the same video and passing it around to our friends on Facebook and Twitter.
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