The late show host apologized to viewers who were offended by his jokes mocking Melania Trump, and extended a halfhearted apology to the Fox News host.
Perhaps it needed another Best Picture calamity, because reports suggest that the Oscars telecast on Sunday night hit an all-time low in terms of ratings.
"I feel like I happened into a situation, at a very specific time in American history," the "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" host says.
Having previously asked that Melissa McCarthy “dial back” her impersonation on Saturday Night Live, Sean Spicer half-heartedly acknowledged its merits on Wednesday.
The late night host posed for pics with his son, wife Molly McNearney and their 3-year-old daughter, Jane, at the 8th Annual L.A. Loves Alex's Lemonade event.
Stephen Colbert may have snagged The Mooch – but Jimmy Kimmel has landed Sean Spicer for his late-night debut on Wednesday, September 13. It’s a big “get” for Kimmel, marking Spicer’s first interview since leaving his post at the White House. Maybe Spicer felt he owed ABC after proving wrong reports he was going to compete on the next season of Dancing With The Stars, dashing dreams of many Reporters Who Cover Washington. Of course there was no way Spicer was going to…
“I haven’t screamed at my TV this much since McDreamy died,” Jimmy Kimmel said in response to President Donald Trump’s latest press conference on Tuesday, during which the Commander in Chief made “an angry and passionate defense of white supremacists.” “[Trump] opened his mouth and all manner of stupid came out,” the ABC host concluded […]
Billy is a little bruiser flashing a big smile, months after the comedian's son underwent open heart surgery as a newborn.
The comic opened up about her 'on-again, off-again lover,' and shared a sweet story about how he supported her when she was hospitalized.
Jimmy Kimmel shares a moment with “Gary from Chicago” at the Oscars. “Gary from Chicago” was a highlight of the Oscars on Sunday, but his surprise television debut came shortly after another major day in his life. Just three days before Hollywood’s biggest night, Gary Alan Coe was released from a California prison after serving 20 years of a life sentence for multiple felonies.
In some ways, Jimmy Kimmel seems like the safest possible choice to host 2017’s Academy Awards: He’s largely apolitical, rarely controversial, and already associated with the show, thanks to his annual “After the Oscars” edition of Jimmy Kimmel Live!, which has been airing after the ceremony since 2010. At the same time, hosting the Oscars is a notoriously difficult gig, and past talk show hosts who’ve accepted the challenge — including Jon Stewart, Ellen DeGeneres, and, infamously, David Letterman — have seen their go-to comedy bits land with a thud in that room full of stars.
Kendall Jenner paid a visit to Jimmy Kimmel Live yesterday, looking leggy as ever in an outfit styled by Monica Rose: a silky yellow Gucci blouse and black skirt.
Pro tip: always try your clothes on before appearing on television. Ryan Gosling learned this lesson the hard way when he neglected to check the tailor’s handiwork before sitting down with Jimmy Kimmel on Monday night.
Daisy Ridley and John Boyega in a scene from ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ (Film Frame/Disney/Copyright Lucasfilm 2015 via AP) With just four weeks to go until Star Wars: The Force Awakens opens in theaters, director J.J. Abrams isn’t flinching on his “no spoilers” policy. But he did throw fans a bone during last night’s Force Awakens-themed episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live. When Kimmel asked Abrams for the tiniest possible spoiler — the first word of the film — Abrams acquiesced.
Jimmel Kimmel Doesn’t Understand New York Fashion Week “I always wonder if a regular person would ever wear any of this stuff,” Jimmy Kimmel asked about the clothes that came down the runway at New York Fashion Week. Last year during the Spring 2015 shows (so that’s September 2014 for those of you who don’t speak fashion…yet), the comedian also took on NYFW and asked show attendees and self-proclaimed fashion aficionados outside of Lincoln Center about designers, trends and events that did not actually exist, which didn’t stop them from pulling something out of their back pocket.
Photo: Terry Richardson/Twitter Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston managed to keep news of their nuptials under the radar. All guests were made to surrender their cameras and phones at the door, though controversial fashion photographer Terry Richardson was there to snap pics of the bride and groom.