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>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- ll cool j. from "hidden figures," octavia spencer. this week in unnecessary censorship, and music from sza. and now, like it or not, here's jimmy kimmel! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: very nice, thank you. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks to all of you for coming. i'm glad you're -- wow, you're
lucky, you know, i have a lot of good stuff tonight. i will start with the local news. as of this morning, we have another nfl team in l.a. the san diego chargers have announced they will be known now as the los angeles chargers. [ applause ] >> jimmy: you don't have to. two teams is a lot of teams. i was ready for some football. i don't think i was ready for this much of it. you know? they've already changed their logo, the chargers to the dodgers' logo. so that makes it official. reaction from fans here in l.a., i don't know if i'd call it mixed. they reacted the same way to opening a bed bath & beyond coupon in the mail. [ laughter ] this was a solid take from a gentleman outside the stadium where the chargers are going to play. >> what about football fans in l.a., are they excited? >> i mean, i think they should
have stayed over in san diego, man. we got one bad team already in l.a. why you gonna bring another one? [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: and he's the chargers' new coach. might have a point, though. do we need two not so great -- can't we take the best players from each one of them and make one really good team? meanwhile, the mood in san diego, they're upset. i don't blame them. long-time chargers' fans took the news very hard. >> they're throwing down their jerseys and t-shirts and hats. others are just crying and hugging, like this couple here. c sickness, he's a music artist from here in town. >> jimmy: we don't know of him. but what? c sickness?
that's the worst rap name i've ever heard. we need to chip and get him a new name, or at least get him some dramamine or something. maybe the nfl should move all their teams to l.a. they'd save a lot on travel. meanwhile, in our nation's capital, our elected officials had a late night of work. after seven hours of debating, they voted to approve a resolution that would rid the country eventually of obamacare. can you imagine, the senators finally worked until 1:30 in the morning, and it was to take the health care away? [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: i have an idea. here's how it should work. whatever plan they decide on should be the one they get too. right? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimm that would be fair. >> i agree with you. >> jimmy: i could have been vice president. if obamacare is repealed, 20
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this. >> i was a terrible student, and she insisted that i read. and within the space of a year and a half, i went from the bottom of the class, to the top of the class. much to the consternation of all the students who used to call me dummy. they were saying, benny, benny, how do you work this problem? and i'd say, sit at my feet, youngster, while i instruct you. i was, perhaps a little obnoxious, but it sure felt good to say this to those turkeys. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that is a man who knows how to work a crowd. [ applause ] but my favorite exchange of the day was this with senator elizabeth warren. >> my concern is whether or not among the billions of dollars that you will be responsible for handing out in grants and loans, can you just assure us that not one dollar will go to benefit either the president-elect or
his family? >> it will not be my intention to do anything to benefit any american -- >> i understand -- >> it's for all americans. >> jimmy: all right. well, that's a promise that you can keep. meanwhile the trump inauguration party is shaping up. a major celebrity finally is reportedly planning to attend. that celebrity is caitlyn jenner. for real. caitlyn jenner, they say she accepted donald trump's invitation to the inauguration. it's going to be her, chachi, and the uncle from "duck dynasty." [ laughter and applause ] in fairness, caitlyn jenner is a big coup, it's like booking two celebrities. this is great. this is from 9 news in australia. i don't know who decided to release this tape, but whoever that was, i just want to say, thank you from the bottom of my
heart. >> i know julia put a jacket on and because we're all in white. i asked her, julia, you need to put a jacket on. i told you to hours ago. >> amber, i'm sorry, i've been slut-out. >> i'll call wardrobe and we'll get something. >> if you give me a second, we can ask if there's a jacket. >> unless you want to run down and see if there's a jacket. >> because you told me, it's fine, sandy, but there can't be three of us. and i made this clear two and a half hours ago. amber, if it's an issue, i can get out of here. >> it is an issue. go and grab a jacket. >> time now to head into the chatroom and joining me today is psychology sandy ray in melbourne. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: get those women on "the view" immediately!
i know it's early, but that could turn out to be clip of the year right there. oh, taco bell has an exciting new item. this is the naked chicken chalupa. it's basically a taco with a shell made out of fried chicken. just in time for obamacare to go away. i guess he decided to call it the naked crispy chicken cal chalupa, because the i've given up on life chalupa wasn't testing well. it's essentially the food version of make america great again. [ laughter and applause ] show that again, because -- i mean, really, why stop at the shell? why not make the napkins out of chicken too? and one more thing before we forge ahead. it's thursday night, time to bleep and blur the big moments of the week. it's this week in unnecessary censorship. [ cheers and applause ] >> an amazing career in public
service. it is as joe once said, a big [ bleep ]. >> at some point, donald trump, he may actually have to use his big [ bleep ] that he keeps talking about. >> i don't know if i'm going to [ bleep ] vladimir putin, i hope i do. >> now you're giving oxygen to meryl streep. >> they'll be back next year. >> i feel so lucky to have [ bleep ] three women. >> i was a red licorice salesperson at a rodeo in ogden, utah. >> i [ bleep ] a movie theater. >> we're live, i know you're very [ bleep ] up right now. >> christina? >> family flippers? >> now i have to say one other thing. you're [ bleep ]. goodbye, everybody.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tonight from the number one movie in the united states, and probably the world, it's called "hidden figures," octavia spencer is here. she is very funny. then later, this is her forthcoming album, it's called "c-t-r-l," music from sza. she is on kendrick lamar's label next week - we have a whole inaugural ball worth of talent, with vin diesel,
anthony anderson, bill maher, priyanka chopra, from "the goldbergs," wendi mcclendon-covey, katy mixon, ruby rose, plus music from afi, travis scott and migos. so please join us for those shows next week. our first guest tonight is an actor, grammy-winner and one of the main reasons the word "def" doesn't just mean hearing-impaired anymore. his show is called "ncis los angeles." it airs sundays on cbs. please welcome ll cool j! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> what's up? >> jimmy: good to see you. >> good to see you too. >> jimmy: i don't know if you noticed it, but we just had a weird moment. maybe it was just me that thought about it. because i went out there like this, and then you seemed to be going like this, and i had to decide in that instant, am i
going to be that lame -- >> yeah, yeah, yeah, i forget sometimes. >> jimmy: -- that lame white guy. >> like, where are we going with this? i've had a few of those, where we going with this? girls too, where are we going with this? [ laughter ] it gets odds. >> jimmy: you have one of the great names in all of music, ll cool j. it's fantastic. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you, thank you, thank you. >> jimmy: as someone who's an icon with this great name, what do you think of the name c sickness? [ laughter ] >> man, listen. not going to have me get shot in the alley. >> jimmy: no, c sickness won't throw up on you, he'-- won't ki you, he'll throw up on you. that's worse. >> could be a c like crypt. >> jimmy: or c like chargers.
>> maybe you just get sick when you hear those sick raps. shout out to my man, c sickness! dvr this and keep rewinding it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you're still very careful. very smart, really, you know. >> i never know. >> jimmy: who named you ll cool j, was that something you came up with on your own? >> actually, it was kinda wishful thinking. when i was younger, i wanted my name to be ladies love cool james. and when i was talking to rick and i was told him -- rick ruben, when we said ladies love cool j. and he said, little long for the label. and he said, why don't we just make it ll? so i just made it ll. >> jimmy: i'm going to send rick over to talk to c sickness and see if he can help him also. it's a good name, though. when was the last time you were back home in queens?
>> i was home during the holidays. i still have a house in new york. my main house is in new york. i go to queens all the time. >> jimmy: you do? >> absolutely. >> jimmy: do you have the whole family over for christmas? >> yeah, my wife has her crew over and i have a lot of people over, and it gets crazy. >> jimmy: who cooks for that? do you do any cooking? >> she usually does some of the cooking and has people coming in and wearing on my pockets a little bit for no reason. absolutely no reason. >> jimmy: do you feel that the cooking should be done by the family, for the family? >> i prefer. i'm more traditional. i'm not the guy who is waking up with the -- even though i have a velvet robe, i got one for christmas. a versace velvet robe. >> jimmy: you did? >> i'm very, very fancy. it's purple. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: would you wear it the
next time you come? >> absolutely. because i have a yellow one too. i got that last christmas. >> jimmy: really? it's like linkin fever running wild. so you got the robe for christmas, is that all you got? >> yeah, i got a robe, a barnes & noble gift card. i got some really cool ug g slippers. >> jimmy: did you really get a barnes & noble gift card? >> yeah. you would think somebody would give me my own vodka or something. >> jimmy: or give you a gift card to a store that still exists? >> there's one in my neighborhood. i live in one of those neighborhoods. >> jimmy: have you used it yet? >> i haven't. >> jimmy: when people give you a gift card, and maybe it's just me, but i feel embarrassed using a gift card. >> i feel fantastic. >> jimmy: you do? >> slultabsolutely. it's free. yeah, absolutely, lat me get this. i have no problem with free. i get that. >> jimmy: i get the sense that
you're thrifty, are you? >> lil bit. i don't have a thousand cars. i'm not really the -- you know, i'm probably not the stereotype cal go-to rap guy. >> jimmy: how much were those earrings? >> i don't know. they were gifts. >> jimmy: from strangers, or from the company? >> what's the difference? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wow, this is interesting. have you always been like that? >> no. i haven't always been like that. when i was 20 years old, i had, you know, 10, 15 cards outside my grandmother's house and i still lived in my room. >> jimmy: is that what made you nervous, like learning a lesson from that? >> no. it's just sometimes you're sitting there and you're like, this could end, maybe i could save something. right? and so i just -- >> jimmy: most people, it doesn't hit them. it just hits them and that's what happens. >> yeah, so i'm not really -- i
don't like to -- i know you can't take it all with you, but -- >> jimmy: your grandmother's house, i believe that's where this photo was taken. >> yeah. >> jimmy: this sis a photograph of you with paul simon. >> in my basement. that's my room in my grandmother's house when i had the 10 or 15 cars outside. and that's a sheet. not a wall there. that's something i created in the basement, a little motif. >> jimmy: a little decor? >> yeah, you know what i mean. >> jimmy: why did paul come to visit? >> we were doing some kind of interview. shout-out to paul simon, by the way. [ cheers and applause ] >> i still remember paul, he came to the house, did some kind of interview. >> jimmy: can i tell you, he's not watching. >> he might be. [ laughter ] you crazy. he's not watching. somebody will tell him about it. >> jimmy: see it on youtube or something. >> it will go viral.
just the fact that we're sitting on the bed might go viral. but i didn't have any chairs in my room. but anyway, paul came by, we did the interview. we were talking and went to the high school, junior high school. i remember saying to myself, i'm not sure if the kids are going to know who paul is. mind you, nobody knew who i was. >> jimmy: really? >> this is like first album level. i could have got beheaded and no one would have noticed. so i went to the school and i'm like, yeah, i'm not sure if they're going to know paul. ladies and gentlemen, kids, i don't know if you really know, but paul simon. pandemonium! these are black kids. i was blown away at all these little black kids that knew paul simon. it was shocking! >> jimmy: really? >> you gonna sit there and tell me you think paul simon is known in the hood? >> jimmy: no, i do not. >> would you think that? >> jimmy: no, i would not think
that. [ applause ] art garfunkel, definitely. >> he's got funk right there in his name. he was the bridge. paul was the troubled water. >> jimmy: do you keep in touch with paul? >> i haven't spoken to him in a long time, but he's a great guy and he treated me amazingly, and he was a really nice guy. real class act. >> jimmy: it's amazing how people come together. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you grew up in the same area, you're in the same business, but you couldn't really be much different. >> it was amazing. so amazing. i met a lot of great people over the years. >> jimmy: who is the best one you've met, of all the people, present company excluded? [ laughter ] >> can't exclude you, jimmy. you, man. >> jimmy: is that really true? >> you know, i don't know. >> jimmy: let's go with me. let's stick with me. >> i've seen some cool people. >> jimmy: we'll take a break and when we come back, you were on the home shopping channel. >> yeah. >> jimmy: with your wife. >> yeah.
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how long has that been on the air now? >> this is -- we're in the middle, a little -- our eighth season. >> jimmy: you and chris o'donnell still getting along? >> yeah, we get along great. >> jimmy: he has to get along with you. you would crush him. >> no, i wouldn't want to write that check. >> jimmy: let's take a look at a clip. speaking of checks, i want to take a look at a clip from the home shopping channel. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you went on this with your wife? >> yes. she has a jewelry line. >> jimmy: what's it called? >> simone i smith. it's great. >> jimmy: and she asked you to come on with her, is that what happened? >> yeah. >> jimmy: i want to know the whole back story. >> she asked me, would you come on, would ya? yeah. >> jimmy: yes, i will. >> let's look at my face. let's see. >> people will see me with the lollipops on. what i'll do, i'll put the
longer chain on them and i may wear two or three. but these are unisex. >> they are. >> they're definitely unisex. >> did you think about that while you were designing, that it was for men and women? >> absolutely. because of the meaning behind it. >> jimmy: who's that guy? where did he come from? >> somewhere fantastic, right. he had that look on his face, like, i'm fantastic. >> jimmy: how does that work with him after? when you guys are done, do you take the necklace off him? >> no, let him rock out. run with it. >> jimmy: when your wife owns a jewelry line, are you still expected to buy her jewelry? >> yes. >> jimmy: you are? really? >> your wife could own a rolls-royce, and you'd be expected to buy a ferrari. it doesn't make a difference. fella's gotta take care of the wife. >> i would think you'd get out of it based on that alone. >> yeah, you don't think that. >> jimmy: you tweeted something
two weeks ago that i have to ask you about. >> oh, and just so you know, the jewelry's available at kohl's and simone i smith.com. [ cheers and applause ] because if i don't tell you, when i get home -- look, i said it, that's it. >> jimmy: so this is a tweet. i must know if this was a joke or real. when we were younger, my brother used to pea in the iron when no one was around and then wait for people to iron clothes. >> yes, yes. >> jimmy: wait a minute. >> ironically, it's my wife's little brother. brother-in-law. yeah, spank him or tell him to do something, or go to your room and he'd get upset and -- >> jimmy: he did this more than once? >> yeah, they would find iron after iron. [ laughter ] >> i'm upset, yeah, okay. >> jimmy: did they know what was happening? >> oh, they figured it out. but it took a while.
it's like [ sniffing ]. >> jimmy: that's diabolical. >> it's the best ever. you don't do anything, you just sit there and wait. >> jimmy: what did he wind up growing up to do? what does he do for a living now, and tell us where he works too. [ laughter [ laughter ] is he involved with the jewelry line? >> you got jokes. that's funny. nah, he's a good kid. >> jimmy: he's not in the dry cleaning business, is he? [ laughter ] >> he's doing good. >> jimmy: sounds like you got a lot going on. >> no, he works in a community. he's good. >> jimmy: always fun to see you, congratulations on the show. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] ll cool j! "ncis: los angeles" airs sundays at 8:00 p.m. on cbs. >> and i got that lip sync
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest tonight has an oscar and a golden globe and the force is with her too because her new movie just beat darth vader at the box office. it's called "hidden figures." please say hello to octavia spencer! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i like that. a little bit of enthusiasm. how are ya? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah, you have the force. it's "star wars." that's gotta be exciting. >> it's totally exciting. three women who helped get our
first astronauts into space beat a space movie. what! >> jimmy: that's perfect. i never even thought about it like that. that's right, this is a story that we now know because of the movie. but i don't know how we didn't know this story in the first place. you might as well tell a little bit about the story right now, because it is about three real women, real american women, who did the math. >> yes. three women. it's about three african american women who helped get our first men into space and back. one of them is still alive, kathryn johnson, and she received the medal of freedom from barack obama two years ago. the other two have passed on, but the woman that i play, dorothy vaughn, she figured out the ibm, then realized that by doing all of the calculations, the computer would make their jobs obsolete. so she taught herself how to program and then taught all of the women in her pool and then nasa gave her the supervisor position and she taught all of
the women, both black and white. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's really an amazing story, and you're nominated for a golden globe for this. you were at the golden globe. >> yes. >> jimmy: but you've won before, so who even cares? >> i have two perfectly golden globes of my own. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: three really, the one they gave you too. >> yes, so three. >> jimmy: when you go to a show like that, do you have advice for first-timers? is there anything that you can tell people? >> i actually -- listen, this is the truth, as gospel. the carpets are long. and girls starve themselves to look good in the dresses. >> jimmy: right. >> and so you're hungry. and for the globeds, it really s a big party. if you don't eat before you go in, the only thing on the table are the giant magnums of champagne and rose and
chocolate. so you are either buzzed, or you are buzzed. [ laughter ] so i always tell people, pack some nuts. >> jimmy: really? >> at the oscars one year, i packed the sugar-free peanut butter cups, and i had to share them with people. >> jimmy: oh, right. >> during commercial break, i'm racing through, trying to open it. >> jimmy: because you can't show up with peanut butter cups and expect to not be attacked. >> do you have any more of those? i have three, one for now, one for later, one for later later. >> jimmy: did you share them? >> i did share them. i i can't remember who, i blocked it out. i guess i was so angry about it. [ laughter ] but i remember having to break off -- i'm like, i'm really having to do this. share with people. >> jimmy: you gave them pieces, you didn't give them the whole cup? >> oh, no. th they were tiny cups. >> jimmy: kevin costner was here last week. >> i saw. >> jimmy: and we were looking at a photograph, a really great photograph.
there was a screaming of the movie at the white house. [ laughter ] i feel like i was there too now. now, what is going on? what exactly is happening here? >> don't judge me, guys. >> jimmy: kevin wasn't entirely sure because his back is to you. >> it looks as if the president and kevin are right here next to me. but they weren't. they were kind of farther behind me. and in front of me, the first lady had her back to me, and janel -- >> jimmy: janel monet. >> was hugging the first lady. and you know how when your friend shows up with a hot guy and you're standing behind him. and you go -- i did that to janel, did you know he was coming? and it was caught. so i had that crazy moment. it was like, oh, my god. i didn't know he was coming. i love barack. >> jimmy: yeah, big barack, and little barack right behind him also. two baracks there.
>> two baracks. >> jimmy: that's gotta be fun. did you ever imagine you'd be in the white house watching a movie? >> let me tell you, i remember i was -- i bet against him on that first one. >> jimmy: that's right. you told me a story. where you didn't think he was going to be elected president. >> i didn't think america was ready for him. but i was wrong about that. and i was wrong about america being ready for a woman! >> jimmy: what was the bet you made specifically? >> i said if america elects a black man president, i would run down the street naked. >> jimmy: oh, right. and who did you make this bet with? >> my best friend, taylor. who was definitely going to hold me to it. and he did. but hi to stipulate, because it had to be a short street. >> jimmy: where was it? which street? >> it was the street he lived
on. and i wore my panties and uggs. it was basically from that end to that end, and i just -- i don't think i've ever run so fast in my life. >> jimmy: panties and uggs. and he didn't -- >> i would have killed. i'm terrified there is video. that he's just going to break it out one day. he did break video out on me one time. we were driving across country from mississippi to l.a. and there was nowhere to use the bathroom between here and texas. it was just nothing. so we had to use it on the side of the road. and there were no cars, and so i'm looking in this direction, and i'm squatting and then i hear a truck -- they're coming from the other direction. oh, my god, and there's video of that. i told him, like -- seriously. >> jimmy: don't worry. we'll get that for the next time you're here. in fact, when we come back, we have some exclusive video of octavia spencer.
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>> you're better with the numbers than anyone in there, kathryn, and you know it. make that pencil move as fast as your mind does. you'll be fine. and you, have some respect. get your damn feet off my dashboard. this isn't your living room. i sound like a supervisor, don't i? >> i mean old salty one. >> really with authority, no question. >> you don't mess with mrs. blunt. ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's "hidden figures," it's in theaters now. octavia spencer is with us. you know, it is crazy how much money the movie made. because you see it, and it's like it's a good movie. it's going to get awards, and then doesn't get a big audience, but it sure did get a big audience. have you been to see it in the theater? >> i did. i actually went with the director on -- we had a premiere, but i kinda like to watch it with a real audience. >> yeah, right. >> so i went on opening night.
>> jimmy: oh, you did? and then what happens when the movie's over and people see you? >> calm of times, they were like, are you the lady? and they wanted hugs and i was happy to oblige. >> jimmy: or are you like, i hope people recognize me after this movie? >> well, here's the thing, you don't wear makeup, because you have to wear it so much. >> jimmy: i do, i wear makeup when i go to the movies. you should see me. i never look better. >> but me, i just -- i love going to the movies. >> jimmy: you go to the regular movie theaters? all the time? >> i usually go when there's nobody there. like midday. >> jimmy: oh, you're a midday movie person? >> i'm a midday movie person. i have my bucket. >> jimmy: i always wonder about those people, the midday movie people. it turns out it's you.
[ laughter ] >> yeah, it's me. >> jimmy: are you still sleep walking? >> no, i've changed my medication. it's refreshing when you can go to sleep and you don't get up and cook -- i don't cook when i'm awake, but sleep walking, i'm going to make some eggs. >> jimmy: that would be a great way to make some money, to host a cooking show while you're sleeping in the middle of the night. >> oh, man. >> jimmy: you would actually cook eggs? >> i would have them out. it's like, what am i -- i'm making breakfast and i'm asleep. >> jimmy: and then at some point, would you ever turn on the fire? >> no, i think i've always gotten to the point where i'm like, eh, this is too much work. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> always. >> jimmy: so laziness in a way, saved your life? >> this is crazy. there's part of me that wanted to see video of how i walked through the house -- >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> -- asleep, opened the refrigerator and thought, i'm going to cook eggs. i mean, i don't cook them in my
waking life. i boil them. that's all i know how to do. >> jimmy: speaking of video, tate sent us the video of you on the side of the road. -- no, just kidding. [ laughter ] it was a prank. i like to see them from time to time. but congratulations, i hope we see you at the oscars. >> thank you. >> jimmy: octavia spencer! "hidden figures" is in theaters now. and we shall return with music from sza. ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: thanks to ll cool j, octavia spencer, and apologize to matt damon. we did run out of time. "nightline" is next, but first, her upcoming album is called "c-t-r-l." making her late night, tv debut with the song "drew barrymore," sza! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ why is it so hard to accept the party is over
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♪ i'm so ashamed of myself think i need therapy ♪ ♪ i'm sorry i'm not more attractive i'm sorry i'm not more ladylike ♪ ♪ i'm sorry i don't shave my legs at night i'm sorry i'm not your baby mama ♪ ♪ i'm sorry you got karma comin to you collect your soul get it right ♪ ♪ warm enough for ya outside baby tell me if it's warm enough here for ya ♪ ♪ warm enough for ya inside me me me me ♪ ♪ warm enough for ya outside baby tell me if it's warm enough here for ya ♪ ♪ warm enough outside inside me me me me ♪ ♪ sorry i just need to see you i'm sorry i'm so clingy i don't mean to be a lot ♪ ♪ do you really wanna love me down
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