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have a great weekend. i'm larry beil in for dan ashley. >> >> dicky: from hollywood it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, anthony anderson, from "xxx - return of xander cage," ruby rose, "unnecessary censorship election edition," and music from travis scott. and now, the coast is clear -- here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome. hello, everyone. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the program. thank you for watching. thanks for coming. well, here we are. we did it. we made america great again.
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just as the prophecy foretold. depending upon where you stand politically, today was either a great day for the usa or the eighth chapter of the book of revelation. you get to decide. it's all happening whether you like it or not. we have a new president of the united states, number 45, donald john jacob jinglehymer schmidt. after more than a year of fighting with family and friends on facebook, today marks the beginning of at least four more years of fighting with family and friends on facebook. this morning in washington, d.c. it was the inaugurated show. donald trump today moved into the smallest house he's ever lived in, the white house. everyone was there to celebrate. president carter, president bush, president obama, even jackie ivanco from "america's got talent" found time in her busy schedule. bill and hillary clinton were there too. boy did they look like they were having fun. >> the president ushers them into the limo for that last ride, as we also see what a picture this is.
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there is former president bill clinton. former secretary of state hillary clinton. coming in. the clintons putting up a good front. but boy, you can see it on her face, that disappointment. >> that's what sadness looks like, right? she looks pained. >> jimmy: no no. she looks like she swallowed a palmful of zoloft. every time they showed hillary clinton, the news anchors go, what must be going through her mind right now? i'll tell you what was going through her mind, she was focused on keeping bill as far away from melania as possible. nothing but trouble once they step in that white house. so the trumps started the morning with the obamas, which must have been -- the whole thing was -- it was kind of like a wedding where the bride's family and the groom's family don't like each other but they try to make the best of it for the kids. trump didn't look happy this morning either. the ceremonies were delayed a few minutes because he tried to escape out the bathroom window. literally tried to jump out the lincoln bathroom. there's a lincoln bedroom, it's
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also a lincoln bathroom. that's where he went. this is how he looked moments before the swearing-in. as he headed down the capitol steps. >> this is his moment right now. >> yeah, i can't imagine what he's thinking. but it is a solitary job. while he is walking in a group, he's all alone. >> jimmy: i think he just said "help," right? that is the face of a man who would rather be drinking a trumptini by the pool at mar-a-lago. but it was too late. john roberts, chief justice of the supreme court, did the honors of swearing our celebrity president in. they swore him in on two bibles. they wanted a backup just in case the first one burst into flames. >> please raise your right hand and repeat after me. i, donald john trump, do solemnly swear -- >> i, donald john trump, do solemnly swear --
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>> jimmy: his hands, they really are small, i thought that was a joke. here's more from the swearing-in. >> preserve, protect, and defend -- >> the constitution of the united states. >> the constitution of the united states. >> so help me god. >> so help me god. >> congratulations, mr. president. ♪ [ "star wars" darth vader music playing ] ♪ >> jimmy: what's wrong? he's going to build a big, beautiful death star. so then trump gave a speech, a short speech. he spoke to the crowd for 60 minutes. his tie was actually longer than his speech. but it was an interesting speech. i thought he showed a lot of restraint. he didn't plug any of his hotels or golf courses so that's progress. but to me the best part of the
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speech was watching the reactions from president obama and president bush. >> we must protect our borders from the ravages of other countries making our products, stealing our companies, and destroying our jobs. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i don't know what bush was thinking but obama's counting down the hours till margaritas in palm springs. if i were president obama i would have spent the morning booby trapping the white house like macaulay culkin in "home alone." after the ceremony the incoming president and first lady say good-bye to the outgoing president and first lady. and this is where donald trump showed some real intestinal fortitude. i thought he showed a lot of grace. here's obama waving good-bye. he gets into the helicopter. here's president trump. for donald trump to stand so
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close to a helicopter taking off, with that hair. [ laughter ] that shows i think a lot of courage and a lot of confidence in your aqua net. the helicopter exit is an interesting tradition. it's weird that the president goes out the same way the last contestant on "the bachelor" goes out, you know? i also want to mention, with all the craziness around donald trump the last year, it's easy to forget how funny president bush was. president bush, without even speaking today, gave us a reminder. it was raining so someone handed him a poncho. which he first tried to spread over himself. and then tried to cover his head. okay, now this is why -- [ laughter ] this is why they put those warnings on plastic bags to keep away from small children. so that's no good. so he takes it off and just -- he just sort of drapes it over his head. go back to one of those. look at dick cheney behind him. he's got that dirty little smirk on his face.
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so pleased with himself for wearing a cowboy hat. some things never change. there is a new sheriff of dopey town, though. i want to -- his name is ben carson and he will not be outgunned. donald trump, former opponent and current nominee for secretary of housing and urban development, found yet another way to entertain us when he somehow got separated from the pack and wound up wandering the streets alone today. >> just a few minutes ago, buses dropped a lot of the vip officials off in this viewing area, as we wait for the president to get here. then ben carson came kind of walking up out of nowhere along the parade route by himself. everyone was cheering for him. i'm not sure if he missed the bus or what happened. >> jimmy: i think he missed the bus a long time ago and nobody picked him up. wow. all right, it is -- not only is it the end of the week, it's the end of an era, which means it's time to bleep and blur things whether they need it or not which we do every week. tonight we have something special.
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at the end of a long slog in american politics, at the end of an administration, it's time for an all-election themed edition of "this week in unnecessary censorship." >> the truth of the matter is donald became president, nobody knows what the [ bleep ] he would do. he doesn't know what the [ bleep ] he would do. >> did mr. trump go too far in [ bleep ]ing your wife? >> he did. >> i never tasted [ bleep ] until then. i wasn't that good. >> what explains donald trump? >> he's a master [ bleep ]. >> my husband will remain focused on only one thing. this beautiful [ bleep ] that we love so much. >> last week they [ bleep ]ed me from behind. i was extremely careful with my hair. >> i'm [ bleep ]ing hard. i tend to keep [ bleep ]ing as hard as i can. until the last [ bleep ], [ bleep ], [ bleep ] expresses an opinion. >> one of the qualities i've always admired about ted since the day we met is how incredibly
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un[ bleep ] he is. >> it almost felt like watching mom and dad [ bleep ]ing. it got very uncomfortable. >> did anybody [ bleep ], [ bleep ] last night? >> i wanted to [ bleep ] my [ bleep ]. >> i believe we should move to a ban on [ bleep ]ing. >> we can [ bleep ] so much you may even get tired of [ bleep ]ing. you'll say please, please, it's too much [ bleep ]ing. we can't take it anymore. mr. president, it's too much. and i'll say, no it isn't, we have to keep [ bleep ]ing, we have to [ bleep ] more, [ bleep ] more. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we're going to take a break. when we come back we have more from the inauguration, plus i have a very important announcement concerning the future of this show, so stick around, we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> jimmy: hi, there. welcome back to the show. anthony anderson, ruby rose, music from travis scott on the way. first we have a few things to cover when it comes to the inauguration. hundreds of thousands of americans descended on the mall in washington today. and i think about half of those people were local news reporters. these local news channels, they don't get much in the way of access so they just have to stand out there and talk to whoever walks by. like this guy from fox 5 in washington, d.c. who grabbed
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hold of a man from the national park service. a gentleman who has an interesting name. >> how are you? i don't mean to be rude. i was walking past you to talk to this gentleman, sorry. mike litterist. how are things going this morning so far? >> jimmy: wait a minute. mike litterist? [ laughter ] seriously? it's either a great prank or a terrible name, maybe both, i don't know. this is good. this is a trump supporter who i think wins the award for most creative hat of the day. >> you guys came from little town, pennsylvania, right? just outside of gettysburg. what brought you here? >> drain the swamp, watch president trump get elected, and with my crew. right here! >> i came to watch old donald j., he's going to be the best president since ronald reagan. >> you like his hat, it's back to back world war champs. >> jimmy: should we be rooting for a three-peat? what's going on?
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also this morning this is from our local coverage here on channel 5 ktla. you know, on monday, this coming monday, a special friend of our show, a gentleman named jake bird will be here to file a full report from his trip. he took a trip to the inauguration in d.c. just to give you a preview of what to expect, jake popped up this morning on live local tv. >> folks here either watched on the big screen tvs they have or watched on their phones. it wasn't easy to hear a lot. >> not a bad seat in the house. in 2015 they told us this would never happen, that donald trump wasn't fit to be president, they didn't have the temperament to be the leader of the free world, we were a bunch of uneducated idiots. >> okay, so what happened? do you feel vindicated? >> we have a daddy for president! we almost had a mommy. we have a daddy, daddy's home! daddy's home! >> jimmy: that is jake bird, he will be here on monday with more
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of that. what a day, what a year it has been. it's all been so crazy. and now that we have a new administration in place, i want to take a moment to address my fellow americans and whatever canadians happen to wander in as well. i know that some of you are wondering, what is the plan going forward now that donald trump, yes, thank you, give me some music. now that donald trump is president, are you going to keep this up? will you continue to make fun of the most powerful man in the world? and the answer is -- yeah, of course. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] yes. let me tell you something. i've not had it easy. the last eight years i've been forced to make jokes about the first lady's vegetable garden. so i am going to -- you think i'm not going to grab this -- pumpkin by the gut asks shake it until the seeds pop out? you're damn right i am. and you know, my life would be a lot easier if i didn't have to check donald trump's twitter every 14 minutes, but i do it
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for you. because it's my job. and i'll add this. no matter which side of the aisle you're on, even if you love donald trump, even if you're a member of the trump family, deep down, somewhere in your soul, you know that there's something very unusual about the fact that you voted for a man who used to sell steaks at the sharper image, okay? there's something strange about the fact that we have a president who body slammed vince mcmahon at wrestle mania 23. there's something unorthodox about the fact that we elected a man who, in an effort to reach out to mexican-americans, tweeted a picture of himself eating a taco bowl on cinco de mayo. that's not usual. that's unusual. there are two things i hold sacred when it comes to this program. number one, making kids cry on halloween. that's number one. [ cheers and applause ] and number two, but a close number two, is poking fun at our
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leaders. when president bush couldn't open that door. when this magic moment popped out of nowhere. and delighted us all. i was there. when president obama slipped his skinny hips into a pair of mom jeans and threw out the first pitch at the all-star game, i was there calling him aunt nancy. what i'm saying is, while presidents may come and go, this monologue happens every night. and tonight i rededicate myself to taking our leaders to task. this is my pledge to you over the next four years. i, james lando calrissien kimmel do solemnly swear to faithfully satirize, criticize, lampoon and harpoon the president of the united states. i believe in truth, justice, and american way. and superman is dead now, so there aren't many of us left. you know the old saying, when life gives you lemons, make lemonade? guess what, life just gave us an
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orange as president. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] so let's get together to make some of that orange drink they used to serve at birthday parties and mcdonald's. that is my pledge to you. so help me god. look at that. that is our guy right there. [ cheers and applause ] tonight on the show we have music from travis scott. ruby rose is here. be right back with anthony anderson! remember 2007? smartphones? o m g ten years later, nothing's really changed. it's time to snap out of it. hello moto. snap on a jbl speaker. put a 70" screen on a wall. get a 10x optical zoom.
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>> jimmy: hi, there. thanks for coming back. from the new movie "xxx: return of xander cage," ruby rose is with us.
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[ cheers and applause ] then this is a scary-looking album, his latest album called "birds in the trap sing the night." music from travis scott. next week, we have a fine lineup of guests including matthew mcconaughey, martin short, dennis quaid, samuel l. jackson, bill burr, jason momoa. with music from andrew mcmahon in the wilderness, the americanos, kehlani and lady antebellum. please join us for all of that next week. our first guest is a lovely and talented man who is currently working two shifts on this network. he is the star of "black-ish" and host of "to tell the truth" which airs sundays at 8:00 here on abc. please welcome anthony anderson. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> jimmy: that's very sweet. you brought these from home? >> i brought them from home, let's get started right now. let's get started right now. >> jimmy: how you doing? did you watch that inauguration this morning? >> no, i did not. >> jimmy: you did not? why. >> because i haven't made the pledge of allegiance to the united states of america to poke fun of our president for the next four years. >> jimmy: you haven't? would you like to take it now? >> let's do it. >> jimmy: put your hand on your heart. what the hell are you wearing? [ laughter ] >> these are my inauguration pants! i didn't watch the inauguration but i dressed for it! >> jimmy: are those jams? >> no, they're not. >> jimmy: they're not. >> they're alexander mcqueen. >> jimmy: really? >> yes. >> jimmy: wow. >> and crushed velvet shoes. >> jimmy: how much were those pants? >> i have no idea. >> jimmy: yeah, that's what happens, you're so successful you don't know how much pants cost. >> i never knew how much pants cost. salvation army sometimes, yeah. >> jimmy: by the way, you know president trump, right, you golfed with him? >> yes, i have. don't look at me differently.
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[ laughter ] >> jimmy: the pants alone are making me look at you differently. how many times have you played with him? >> no, just once. but i've been in his presence a lot over the years. >> jimmy: to the point where like is he someone -- would you consider him a friend, an acquaintance, someone you know? >> i can call him on the phone right now. >> jimmy: you could? >> yeah. i'm not going to say he's a friend. >> jimmy: you have his telephone number? >> he's just a dude i know who happens to be president now. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: do you have the phone number in those pants? >> no. i didn't want to bring my phone. >> jimmy: guillermo, get his phone and we'll call. [ cheers and applause ] can we do that? >> we can do that. >> jimmy: all right. >> and leave a message. how about y'all leave him a message on the phone, tell him how you really feel, can you do that? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: they say he answers
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phones even from unmarked calls. >> let's see. he might have me blocked. >> jimmy: congratulations. you got your first-ever golden globe nomination. >> yes. [ cheers and applause ] thank you. thank you. >> jimmy: i'm interested in what goes on with you and the awards shows. you have to bring the whole family. >> i do, i do. and to my surprise this year, my mother was working the red carpet. >> jimmy: i noticed your mom wasn't sitting with you. she was at the emmys. >> i brought my daughter and son with me. >> jimmy: what was your mom doing? what do you mean, working? >> she was working for another network. >> jimmy: really? >> yes. yes, interviewing people on the red carpet. my mama. >> jimmy: wow. >> yeah. that crazy lady you've had on your show. >> jimmy: how did i miss that? how did that go? >> i think it went well. >> jimmy: did you watch it? >> no. i was interviewed by her. >> jimmy: you were, okay. >> i happened to be interviewed by her. it was a surprise. then right after me she interviewed denzel washington and viola davis.
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>> jimmy: oh, wow. >> yes, just imagine how that was. >> jimmy: ever feel like you've created a monster? she's a celebrity now. >> the first time i brought her on your show, i created a monster. >> jimmy: right. >> yeah, she is. my mother -- my mother talks about people going hollywood. but my mother is the most hollywood person that i know right now. overnight my mother got an entourage. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> my mother has an assistant. but her assistant doesn't know she's her assistant. her assistant is the lady that does her wigs. [ laughter ] and so my mother was at the golden globes and she left her assistant/wigmaker sitting out in the lobby. my mother sat in on the dinner for four hours and got mad when her assistant/wigmaker took the driver and went home. >> jimmy: wow. >> i get a call from my mother late that night. she said, baby, i'm upset. why? first off, you didn't win. i was coming over to console you. i couldn't find you.
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i went outside. she called her the b-word. what the hell, it's me and you. she said, that bitch done took my car and went home. i was like, mama, who took your car? my assistant! mama, you don't have an assistant. yes i do! no, mama, she does your wigs. she is my assistant! mama, does she know she's your assistant? does she know her assistant duties? i'm going to tell her when i get home! [ laughter ] [ applause ] she has an assistant, a lady that does her wigs, a lady that makes her african garb, even though my mother's never been to africa, then this drunk bobby. >> jimmy: your mom's friend? >> the best friend. >> jimmy: do you like drunk bobby? >> i love her, i gave her the nickname drunk bobby. >> jimmy: why is she called drunk bobby? >> i flew her and my mother to new orleans for essence festival, we happened to be on the same plane coming home.
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that was a tuesday. bobby was still drunk and hung over from friday. and she was sitting on that little plane and i was like, look at drunk bobby. from that moment on, it's been ten years, her name has been drunk bobby. that's how i introduce her to people. >> jimmy: drunk bobby and your mom are on "black-ish." on an episode of the show. >> they are, drunk bobby's playing herself. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: excellent. well, who could -- >> yeah. and my mother is on and she plays ruby's nemesis. >> i do want to mention, i saw the episode you did last week about trump. that's one of the best episodes -- [ cheers and applause ] half hours of television i've ever seen. >> thank you. thank you. >> jimmy: it really hit like every -- pressed every button. it really was amazing. >> yeah. >> jimmy: did you know you were doing something special when you started shooting that? >> you never know you're doing anything special. you hope that. kenya barris, who's my partner and the creator of "black-ish,"
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when the election results were -- kenya wasn't going to write any more this season, he has other things he's working on. when trump was elected, he felt compelled to write this episode. and i think did a masterful job at it. >> jimmy: i think not only did he write from the perspective of a black family, he wrote very well from the perspective of all the white people who work in the office with you. >> no, he did it, definitely. people call it the trump episode. it's actually the election episode. and the episode is called "lemons." >> jimmy: wow, it all comes together. >> get it? >> jimmy: look at this. guillermo! [ cheers and applause ] let's take a break. and then when we come back -- >> i'm excited! >> jimmy: anthony anderson, we will call donald trump and see what happens. be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> oh, i hit text. hold on, my bad. >> jimmy: one back. >> no, he'll probably respond to that quicker. >> jimmy: you think so? >> probably. >> jimmy: that won't be fun for the audience. >> this call has an forward to an automated voice messaging system. >> jimmy: i don't want to give out his -- okay. >> okay, okay. >> the mailbox is full and cannot accept any messages. >> jimmy: oh! >> hey, man, clean out your mail box, we're trying to call! [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, well. who else do you have this here? anybody else good? can i look through? >> you can look through. >> jimmy: can i look at the pictures? >> you can't look at the pictures. a lot of people in there. george lopez -- >> jimmy: he's going to be here this week. >> i got george lopez's number. there's good numbers in here. >> i got oprah. let's call oprah. >> jimmy: let's call oprah.
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is it under oprah? >> hold on. [ cheers and applause ] it's under "rto." >> jimmy: this is even better than donald trump. >> aunty o. i like that. does she know she's aunty o? oh, it's ringing. we're going to be in so much trouble. if the screen goes to black, it's because oprah had us destroyed. [ laughter ] >> she's not picking up. >> jimmy: now we're nervous that we called her. i feel like i hang up but i also want to stay. >> pick up, oprah, come on, aunty o! >> jimmy: we'll leave her a message. >> your call has been forwarded to an automated voice messaging system. >> jimmy: good forbid we give oprah's number out. >> we can't do that. can't do that. [ laughter ] >> the whole planet would go black. >> jimmy: just boom. >> at the tone, please record your message. when you finish recording you may hang up or press 1 for more options.
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>> hey, aunty o, i'm next to jimmy kimmel doing a show live, i was hoping you'd pick up the phone, i was trying to impress him and the audience. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we're sorry to bother you. this is anthony's idea, not mine. >> not mine. tell steadman i said hey! >> jimmy: me too. >> aunty o! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: worth a try. you have "to tell the truth" going on, you have "black-ish" going on, and you're doing a talk show on animal planet. >> called "animal nation with anthony anderson." >> jimmy: do you talk to the animals? >> i play with the animals. >> jimmy: do celebrities bring pets on the show? >> celebrities bring pets on. the celebrity comes out, i interview him or her with their pet, a comic comes out, for like the last third of the show i'm dealing with dangerous animals. >> i feel you're working too many jobs. this is ridiculous. in president trump's america, some of those jobs are going to have to go to some other people. >> not with the money they paying.
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>> jimmy: still to come, music from travis scott. our next guest is a gifted actress from australia who came to this country as part of our top-secret beautiful-people exchange program. you know her from "orange is the new black" her new movie, with vin diesel, "xxx: return of xander cage" opened today. please welcome ruby rose! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: how are you? >> i'm great. >> jimmy: you forgot your shirt, which i appreciate. >> you know what it's a thing. it's a real thing. it was a struggle backstage just now. i'm regretting it already. >> jimmy: how are you doing?
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we had the big premiere of the movie across the street from us last night. >> yeah, it was amazing. there were thousands of people there, they blocked off a road. this is the real deal. >> jimmy: this is hollywood. >> yeah. and actually, i wanted to make it more epic. i wanted to come in on a zip line. i realized i would have had to ask permission because it would have been your building i zip lined from. i was like, surely no one's ever done this. then you pop up. with tom cruise. zip lining from your building. what? >> jimmy: tom cruise and i zip lined from the building. whenever tom and i go to the movies, we zip line there. [ laughter ] it's not for show, it's our form of transportation. >> is it fun? i'm now sad. i prayed for the weather to be bad. because the outfit. i was going to have to wear a cat suit. i thought, you know what's going to happen? i'm going to end up on a zip line and get stuck and be having to do interviews from some awkward position. >> jimmy: halfway's always a bad position to be in. >> yeah. or i'd go tick, tick, tick. hurry it up! >> jimmy: first of all, it was fast. it was not -- there were no tick, tick, tick.
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it was like -- really quick. >> so was it scary? >> jimmy: i was terrified of it. >> i would have loved it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i was completely terrified. tom couldn't have been more relaxed about it. i mean, like he -- >> that's like walking in the park for tom. >> jimmy: he didn't have a harness on, it was hooked to his underpants or something. and his ease made me even more scared. then i realized, oh, they're not going to let tom cruise die. there's a real good chance people would let me die, but tom cruise, they really care about saving. then i felt a little bit safer. but it was scarier than i thought it was going to be. >> oh, now i wish i did it. i should have done it. >> jimmy: you can still do it, doesn't matter, nobody remembers, it's fine. have you been to the other -- i know you had other premieres -- >> we did, london, which was amazing. mexico city, which was really cool. >> jimmy: had you been to mexico before? >> i'd never been. i had a traumatic experience. >> jimmy: what happened? >> yeah, i -- so whenever you
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go, like when you're on a junket tour going country to country -- >> jimmy: they know, they know. >> as you guys know. you get a per diem. >> jimmy: in cash? >> they do. yeah. you can get taxis and pay for food and stuff. >> jimmy: right. >> i like to give it. give all the money to the people. give the studio money to the people. watch me never work in film again. the first thing i did, this guy brought up all my bags, he was such a darling. i gave him 40 pesos. i thought it was a lot of money. and i was so proud. i gave him a little -- i think i didn't do this, but i felt like in my heart i might have. a wink. see you when i check out of the hotel when i'll give you another 40 big ones. and i found out it was like $1.73. [ laughter ] i was so mortified that i had to call down and say, can you please send the guy that brought my bags up, back up? they're like what has he done? no, no, it's me, i've done everything. they started describing the three people it could have been. that one.
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bring him up. he came back up and i gave him much more money and he still looked at me very strangely. >> jimmy: probably very confused. >> very, very confused. i didn't wink, that would have been really weird. and more! you didn't understand it last time. >> jimmy: you started out on mtv in australia. were you a veejay? we don't have vijays on mtv anymore. there's really no muse oak mtv here anymore. >> that's true. >> jimmy: it's just tv. >> we still have music. i worked as a veejay for six years are i got to interview everybody. it was so awesome. everyone from slash from guns n' roses, who was one of my highlights, woo tang clan, pink, cypress hill, everybody. >> jimmy: all different genres, all different artists. what was the woo tang clan like for you? >> um. well, i don't want to say anything. but backstage smells a bit. >> jimmy: yeah, that's -- [ laughter ] >> okay, so -- good. i had really bad like fear when i walked in because it reminded
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me of when i interviewed woo tang. we were smaller. basically a hotel but a tiny room. i walked in and i was like -- wow. okay. this is interesting. and then when it took 30 minutes to figure out where they were going to sit and we were all giggling, i realized something had happened that i had not asked for. >> jimmy: oh, oh. >> not just me, they were like totally -- like in a happy, happy place. i was in a less happy place because i didn't know i was going to be in a happy place. we interviewed. everyone's like swaying. we were just in this tiny box. we laughed. we laughed for eight minutes without asking a single question. [ laughter ] and then at some point my producer was like, you need to ask a question now, and gave me the papers, said here, ask about the album. and i was like, okay. then i walked out, we've done it, i'm really hungry and slightly paranoid. and they called and said, interview kelly clarkson, go there now.
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i interviewed kelly clarkson. i was like, hi! and she was just -- interesting girl. she was so funny. i think. [ laughter ] she was hilarious at the time. >> jimmy: everything was funny at the time. >> everything was funny. >> jimmy: vin diesel, you've become friendly, am i wrong on that? >> you're totally wrong. it's been really awkward. >> jimmy: he, because on your birthday, he did something special for you. i have visual representation of that. >> do you. >> jimmy: i think you need to tell the story of what happened at this birthday party. >> vin, he loves a birthday. like he absolutely loves nothing more than a birthday. to celebrate everyone, all their entirety. so he spoils everybody. and there was a lot of things he did. one of the things was he made me like eight cakes. and so my birthday was stretched out over a week. and i ended up having to say, i'm getting slightly uncomfortable. i feel like the cast and crew are a little over my birthday, it's been a week. probably would have been a month if i didn't say anything.
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>> jimmy: does he love cake? a way for him to get cake? >> i can't eat cake. i'm vegan, i don't eat the sugar and the gluten. to be polite i'm eating it. then sugar, just like -- yeah. my skin's breaking out. thank you so much. next day, bigger cake. the biggest one he got me, a deejay console that looked like -- >> jimmy: this does not look like a cake. that's a cake. >> that's a cake. vin freaked out because it was this big surprise and i walked past it nine times. he turned to sam, the producer, his sister, and goes, she saw it, she knows it, it's all over. and then sam's like, so did you say anything? i'm like, no. am i supposed to deejay later? i don't want to deejay on my birthday. she's like, never mind. then later, that is actually a cake. >> jimmy: later you ate this deejay console. >> yeah. and we all felt very unwell. >> jimmy: you know who would have loved this cake?
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the woo tang clan. >> they would have. >> jimmy: it's great to meet you, congratulations. [ cheers and applause ] "xxx: return of xander cage" in theaters now. ruby rose, everybody. be right back with travis scott! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> jimmy: i'd like to thank anthony anderson, ruby rose and apologize to matt damon we ran out of time. "nightline" is next, but first, his album is "birds in the trap sing mcknight." here with the song "goosebumps," travis scott! ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ i get those goosebumps every time yeah you come around yeah ♪ ♪ you ease my mind you make everything feel fine worry about those condoms i'm way too numb
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yeah ♪ ♪ it's way too dumb yeah i get those goosebumps every time ♪ ♪ i need the heimlich throw that to the side yeah ♪ ♪ i get those goosebumps every time yeah when you're not around ♪ ♪ when you throw that to the side yeah i get those goosebumps every time ♪ ♪ yeah 713 to the 281 yeah i'm riding why they on me why they on me ♪ ♪ i'm flyin ' sippin' lowkey i'm sipping lowkey ♪ ♪ and onyx rider rider when i'm pullin' up right beside ya ♪ ♪ popstar lil' mariah when i text a cute game wildness throw a stack on the bible ♪ ♪ never snapchat or took molly she fall through plenty her and all her ginnies ♪ ♪ yea we at the top floor right there off the henny ♪ ♪ yeah oh no i can't -- with y'all yea when i'm with my squad i cannot do no wrong ♪ ♪ yea saucin' in the city don't get misinformed yea they gon'
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pull up on you brr brr brr ♪ ♪ yea we gon' do some things some things you can't relate yea cause we from a place a place you cannot stay ♪ ♪ oh you can't go oh i don't know oh back the -- up off me brr brr brr ♪ ♪ yeah jimmy kimmel i get those goosebumps every time you come around yeah ♪ ♪ you ease my mind you make everything feel fine worry about those condoms i'm way too numb yeah ♪ ♪ it's way too dumb yeah i get those goosebumps every time ♪ ♪ i need the heimlich throw that to the side yeah ♪ ♪ i get those goosebumps every time yeah when you're not around ♪
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♪ when you throw that to the side yeah i get those goosebumps every time ♪ ♪ i get those goosebumps every time yeah when you're not around ♪ ♪ when you throw that to the side yeah i get those goosebumps every time ♪ yeah you come around yeah ♪ ♪ when you throw that to the side yeah i get those goosebumps every time ♪ ♪ i need the heimlich throw that to the side yeah ♪ ♪ i get those goosebumps every time yeah when you're not around ♪ to the side yeah yeah you come around yeah ♪ i'm way too numb yeah ♪ ♪ it's way too dumb yeah i get those goosebumps every time ♪
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this is "nightline." >> tonight, the march for life. the streets of washington flooded with activists. but the goal that once seemed out of reach -- >> we knew there was no chance with obama in. >> now with support at the highest levels. >> life is winning again in america. >> these anti-abortion rights crusaders see the dawn of a new day. are they really gaining ground? plus, they're america's favorite polygamist tv family. four sister wives married to the same man with 18 children among them. could there be trouble in one of these paradises? >> i'm gay. >> confronting their daughter's announcement. >> i went to god myself and asked him what to do about it.


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