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ask. >> that's our report we appreciate your time as always. >> for all of us here, thanks >> for all of us here, thanks for joining us right now. >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live." tonight, emilia clarke. from "trainwreck," vanessa bayer. and music from miguel. with cleto and the cletones. and now, ready, set -- here's jimmy kimmel! ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: thank you. thanks. thank you. thank you very much for being here. i appreciate that. i hope had a good weekend. i had a great weekend. i got gay married so many times this weekend, like 40 times. it was incredible. as i'm sure you know the supreme court on friday ended same-sex marriage bans across the country clearing the way for gay and lesbian couples to marry in any state and really giving that rainbow filter on facebook a workout. [ cheers and applause ] not everyone is celebrating. some states are still resistant. louisiana court clerks were advised by the attorney general to wait 45 days before issuing licenses. which would mean the wait in louisiana was longer than the wait to buy an ak-47 in louisiana.
a court clerk disagreed. a couple guys got married. phil bryant the governor of mississippi said the supreme court ruling was out of step with his constituents. that's right. it's mississippi, it ain't mr.ssissippi, folks. [ applause ] thank you. in kentucky today. we worked very hard on that one today. several county clerks in kentucky said that to avoid being discriminatory they won't issue marriage licenses to anyone, even straight couples, because their religious beliefs make it impossible to abide by the supreme court ruling. i find it very odd there is so much opposition to gay marriage in the state that invented the mint julep. but it's -- here's my take on this. i think it is great. the right decision. the kind of thing our grandchildren will look back on and wonder what the hell was wrong with us in the first place. i also can't help but feel for a lot of people, for a lot of guys especially this is going to totally ruin being gay.
and i will explain. i live in a gay neighborhood. and these people, as far as i can tell are having a lot of fun. you walk your dogs around. the bars are always going. people are out to eat. people are wearing tank tops without having to be embarrassed about it. there is music pumping on to the street. dancing at 2:00 a.m. on a wednesday. i mean, this guy, you meet that guy. you go to the gym. you work out. somebody let's hop in the shower for a minute. you do. it's good times. and this goes on, not just when you are in your 20s and 30s. goes on for your whole life. the reason why is because there is no pressure to settle down. you have really the best possible reason for not getting married. it's illegal. so you're dating a guy. he says why can't we get married? you say, well, same reason we can't rob a bank. but now that reason is gone. which means now you go home to visit your parentshey're going to be look we really like steven. you think?
your friends will do that thing where they put you on the spot. they go, so? hm? society will push you and push you and eventually you'll give in. this is what happened to george clooney. okay? and then once you do give in guess what? instead of the fun parades with the drinks and copper tone and the half naked dancer guys, you know what parades you will be going to the ones with snoopy in them. the ones with the big inflatable snoopy, with dead snoopy eyes looking at you as if to say "what the hell did you do?" just look that all the gay fun will be over. it will be gone. remember when the word meant happy, it doesn't anymore. thanks to the supreme court. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] i want to tell you u.s. i know a number of married couples, gay. the only difference between gay
marriage and straight marriage is no one complains when you leave the toilet seat up. that's it. one day we will look back on this as the golden age of gay stuff. and tears will be shed, my friend. they really will. if you are among those who are concerned about the sanctity of marriage, we still have "the bachelorette." earlier tonight on abc, they continued their amazing journey in dublin. now i made all those names up, but you don't know that, do you? the most dramatic exit in the night was when caitlyn said good-bye to chris. chris is the guy who came on to the show like this. >> oh, my god. >> all right, that's how chris entered. and tonight, this is how chris left.
>> jimmy: that's ridiculous. it is ridiculous. [ applause ] [ cheers and applause ] that's -- he was allowed to get married last month. no problem. they should have made him leave in the cupcake too. chris did make ate lot further than you would expect from a game who rode in on a cupcake. he is gone now down to the final five. and if the bachelorette was a movie, i pray it will be someday. i have an idea as how they should cast it. caitlyn would be played by megan fox. definitely resemblance there. sean b. played by ryan gosling. joshua played by chris pratt. justin. would be played by -- this person. and j.j., j.j. would be woody from toy story, right? just look woody, caitlyn tossed him into an old box of junk tonight. nbc today bid a not so fond farewell to our future president
donald trump. nbc released a statement that said because of derogatory statements trump made about immigrants last week they're cutting ties with their now former reality show star. instead of cutting ties i wish they could cut his hair. i mean, if you're going to -- [ cheers and applause ] [ drum roll ] >> no one does the delayed rim shot better than jonathan. nbc is saying, they say they will not carry trump's miss usa or miss universe pageants on their air because what he said about mexicans. not they want to make this clear not because these pageants treat women like cattle at the state fair. it was the mexicans thing that upset them. on sunday, trump sat down with jake tapper, to weigh in on subjects. most notably his plan to cripple isis.
>> i think you said you want to bomb the oil fields in iraq to take on isis. >> the only way you will beat them is that. they're rich because they have the oil. >> they have the oil in syria. >> they have some oil in iraq. >> i don't think the government of iraq would want us to bomb the oil field. >> the government of iraq. there is no government in iraq. the so-called government in iraq went to iran. to meet with iran. iran is going to take over iraq. as simple as that. okay? simple as that. >> i don't know the government of iraq or whatever you want to call them would support our bombing the oil fields in iraq. >> who cares? >> jimmy: that should be his campaign slogan, by the way. who cares? [ cheers and applause ] we will soon have a new republican candidate for president, new jersey governor chris christie expected to announce tomorrow. christie's slogan is telling it like it is. though his campaign hasn't officially been announced today they released their very first campaign ad.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we're back. amelia clark, vanessa bear, music from miguel still to come. first, a video shot in dauphin, georgia, stay with this one until the end. there is apparently some kind of confederate flag parade. fortunately someone had the good sense to record it and post the individually to lively. >> man, look at this [ bleep ]. i've don't know if y'all have seen this [ bleep ]. but this [ bleep ] is crazy. they got [ bleep ], confederate flag. this is [ bleep ]. and they got the roads blocked off. look. so you don't think i'm [ bleep ], there are the police right now. oh, they about to wreck. ooh, ooh, i got that. boom, boom!
oh, i got all of that. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that is funny, isn't he? you know, as you know. the supreme court decision on friday in favor of same-sex marriage. it is controversial. some people don't like it. don't believe in it. don't believe it is right. one of the common arguments how do i explain this to my kids. a good question. at the least a fair question you wonder if children are sophisticated enough to wrap their head around something like this. so we went out on the street to ask kids what they think and what they know. and here they are, kids share their thoughts on same-sex marriage. >> could you tell me what gay marriage is? >> it's when two men and two women get married. >> so is it when four people get married? >> no. >> could you tell us what gay marriage is? >> i know nothing abut that yet. >> you don't know anything about it?
>> why would anyone want to get married? >> because they love each other and they just feel a connection, really. >> do you think it is a good thing? >> yeah. >> do you know what makes somebody gay? >> yeah. >> what? >> i got a broken leg. >> when should two people get married? >> in the afternoon. >> that's a good time to get married. do you know what marriage is? >> yes. >> what is it? >> it's when a husband and wife get married. >> so what do you think gay marriage is? >> when a boy and a boy get married or girl and a girl get married. >> you're right. do you think that's very hard to understand? >> for some kids. >> but not for you? >> no, not really. >> do you think anybody should be able to get married? >> if you're old enough. >> oh. very wise. do you want to get married? >> yes. >> when? >> when i'm 30. >> why would someone want to get married? >> because they're pregnant.
>> because they're pregnant. could you tell us what gay marriage is? >> um -- where a boy marries another boy. >> could it be when a girl marries another girl? >> no. >> just a boy meeting another boy? >> yeah. >> wow. what would it be called if a girl married another girl? >> lesbianism. >> should everybody be able to get married if they want to? >> yes. >> how come? >> well because if they want to they should be able to. >> would you want to get married? >> not really. >> how come? >> because when you get married, um, the other person is entitled to any money the other person has. >> so it is a financial issue for you? >> yeah. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: fiscally conservative. thanks, kids. i mentioned we have music from
miguel, grammy award winner. he has a new album comes out tomorrow. one of the singles is called "coffee." so we sent miguel to tiago, the coffee shop just down the street from our theater, to surprise an unsuspecting customer with an impromptu rendition of that song. and here's how that went. >> hi. cappuccino. >> cappuccino. what's your name? >> christiana. >> all right. give me one second. your drink will be ready on this side, all right? give me one second, sir. ♪ coffee did someone order coffee now ♪ ♪ coffee for misty all right ♪ coffee in the morning coffee in the morning ♪ ♪ i don't want to wake you
because i just want to watch you sleep darling ♪ ♪ just the smell of your hair it is the way that we fit baby i never felt comfortable not like this ♪ misty ann, right? >> christiana. >> christiana? >> sorry about that. this is for misty anna. ♪ coffee, someone ordered coffee now ♪ >> jimmy: misty anna, a good name for a coffee drink. tonight more muse trick miguel, from "saturday night live." from the new motion picture "train quick," vanessa bayer is here. stick around. ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by kentucky fried chicken. try the colonel's all-new
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>> jimmy: tonight from the very funny new motion picture "trainwreck," vanessa bayer is here. then an extremely talented gentleman from right here in los angeles, his 90 album comes out tomorrow, it's called "wildheart." miguel from the at&t stage. what's going on here? apparently from what i can tell this woman is passed out from the fumes. and miguel is helping revive her. you can see miguel tomorrow on "good morning america." as soon as the show is over tonight, we're firing him out of a rocket straight to new york. he will ob that show tomorrow. tomorrow night halle berry, rob corddry and we'll have music from everclear. and later this week liev schreiber, andy samberg, ronda rousey, russell wilson and music from vince staples and butch walker. [ cheers and applause ] so, please join us for all of that with the exception of -- i don't know maybe, latifah, it is extremely rare that we are in the presence of a queen.
she is mother of dragons on game of thrones and, for her summer vacation she helps arnold schwarzenegger save the human race in "terminator genisys." ♪ >> where is he? do you see him? >> jimmy: "terminator: genisys" opens in theaters and i macs wednesday. please say hello to emilia clarke.max wednesday. please say hello to emilia clarke. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> hi. >> jimmy: very good to see you. >> lovely to see you as well. >> jimmy: you hurt yourself?
>> i did. i fractured my hip. >> jimmy: in the school bus, did this happen? >> uh-huh yeah. no, no, no, no. arnold and i, he was showing me break dancing. trying to introduce the dragon, a new move. and it just resulted in a fractured hip. >> jimmy: what really happened to you? >> really rowdy sex. >> jimmy: really? >> yes. no, no, no, no. it's a really boring reason. i'm making up something more exciting. >> jimmy: all right. how long have you been suffering through this? i know you had on the red carpets you were -- >> i've had it like a month. apparently i've got another eight weeks. >> jimmy: another eight weeks. that's a long time. >> i know, it is. >> jimmy: people get their hips replaced in that kind of time. >> i know. i think i am too young for that. >> jimmy: you shouldn't get your hip replaced unless you need it replaced. >> yes, exactly. >> jimmy: one of the basic tenets of medicine. >> i agree. it's a good thing to remember. >> jimmy: you shot most of "terminator: genisys" in new orleans, i know. >> yes, i did.
>> jimmy: jai courtney was your costar in the film. he claimed that he did no drinking at all because he wanted to stay in shape. >> of course he did. yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: was that not true? >> no. >> jimmy: i had a feeling that was a lie. >> he's australian. >> jimmy: yeah, it didn't seem like it made sense. where did you stay when you were there? >> i stayed in a beautiful, beautiful house. but oh my goodness, it was definitely, definitely haunted. >> jimmy: haunted house? >> 100%. i figured it out. found out. there were all these haunted places in new orleans. and they're like, you know it's haunted because the air's really thick and it feels super-humid. and i'm like, that's all of my house. really thick and humid. >> jimmy: you could hear spirits -- >> you can hear slamming doors. all this freaky stuff. funniest thing was i was renting it from my very good friend who is on the show, game of thrones, dario. gorgeous. >> jimmy: dario, yes, he is gorgeous. >> yeah. he, he, i brought, i was kind of saying there were lots of places that are haunted.
he was like, yeah, my house isn't, though. i was like, uh-huh. yeah. this most be the first moment. >> jimmy: that he finds out his house is haunted? not going to help his resale value. >> it might not. no. i thought it was an air conditioning situation. >> jimmy: yeah. >> it got to the point one night, we had been doing late shoots. and i was like, okay, i've had enough, i've got to get an air conditioning unit. i called jai who was also having another problem, will you come with me to home depot? at like 3:00 a.m. >> jimmy: really? >> to get an air conditioning unit. >> jimmy: all right. >> why not? >> jimmy: why not? >> why not. i got nervous someone might recognize me. >> jimmy: you don't want to be caught in a home depot. no. [ laughter ] >> no, it was like 3:00 a.m. that's not what i'm saying, at all. >> jimmy: what the hell is she up to? >> at all. at all. i was kind of just sleepy. and so i put this cap on. i was, i thought it would be really good idea to do an american accent. that would make me less, people
might clock me less. >> jimmy: i see. yeah, right. >> and i discovered a -- >> jimmy: i would love to hear your american accent. i'm left sialways interested. i don't think we, in certain regions we have accents. but we do obviously. >> it was late. my american accent you heard on "terminator" kind of changed into callie from the valley. she's like this whole like situation. it was amazing. >> jimmy: wow, that's actually very good. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you, yeah. we had like a really good time. i got so close to getting jai to buy me like a $700 air conditioning unit. i like got the guy to help me, he was freaking out, it was awesome. >> jimmy: if you had come out here and just started talking like that. it would have made my brain short circuit. people would have went, what the hell is going on? >> amazing, yeah. >> jimmy: did you base that on someone you know? >> i like love "clueless."
[ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: "clueless," really. let me ask about this. maybe you could continue with that accent. i don't mind it at all. >> i could talk like clueless like this all day long. do you want to punch me a little right now? >> jimmy: not at all. this is what it looks like when you are acting with your dragons. the baby dragon. >> acting 101 right there. >> jimmy: and then the dragon -- which dragon was this, by the way? >> the closest relationship i have is with drogon. drogon. yeah. >> jimmy: and this is -- drogon's getting bigger there. >> yeah, he is. he is. oh, yeah. >> alisa, i demand a fight for your honor! >> oh, yeah, this happens. it happens wait a lot. just sort of ignore them. >> i demand to fight for your honor. would any man in this audience face me in the fighting pits?
[ applause ] >> you can just pretend they're not even here. it's fine. >> jimmy: that's going to be difficult. >> i shall face you in the fighting pits! >> to please you, my queen, to see me strike down this man and bring honor to this house? >> it will be me striking this man down. >> yeah, we can just ignore them. >> jimmy: we can? i don't think we can ignore them. >> i demand to fight for you. >> i shall fight fare for you. >> yes, you can fight for my honor. thank you. >> jimmy: go fight outside. [ cheers and applause ] >> the only way to get them to shut up. >> jimmy: really? >> really. that's pretty much it. >> honored. >> of course. absolutely. >> jimmy: oh, there's actually going to be a -- >> whoo! >> jimmy: wow. >> yep.
>> jimmy: oh, that's -- it's kind of a slap fight. >> i am besting my foe! >> well, you can kill him now. >> what? kill him? >> kill me? >> i now command you to kill him. >> jimmy: did you say kill him? >> yeah. >> i just wanted to fight for your honor. i don't want to kill anybody. >> are you sure? >> can i kill him outside? >> yeah, can we? >> jimmy: yeah, i think you can kill him outside. >> okay, then yeah, outside. thank you. >> jimmy: kill him outside, yes. thanks, guys. [ cheers and applause ] >> should have brought some jell-o. >> jimmy: take them to home depot and get duct tape to get that lower back hair removed. >> yeah, exactly.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, there. i'm back. miguel is on the way. you know our next guest from five seasons on "saturday night live." her very funny new movie with amy schumer is called "trainwreck." it opens july 17th. please welcome vanessa bayer. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: great to meet you, great that you're here. >> thank you for having me. >> jimmy: the movie "trainwreck" is very, very, very, very funny. people are raving and love it. this is your first-ever movie.
>> my first feature film. yes, very exciting. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that is exciting. is this like being on "saturday night live," obviously it's a very big deal. is it a bigger deal to your family you are in a movie? >> well, yeah. i think "snl" is a big deal to my family. my grandmother has been supportive. my one grandmother watches every week, she watches "snl." she's like, vanessa, i think if you keep working really hard and stay focused one day you'll be big enough that you could be on "the view." [ laughter ] i don't know if she wants me to cohost or be a guest. the point is she believes in me. maws applause. >> jimmy: setting goals pretty high. >> i talk to my grandmothers a lot. my other grandmother, i wish you could meet your cousin jeffrey. he's a lawyer, he lives in new jersey, he makes a ton of money. the only problem is he just got engaged. like, grandma the only problem is he is my cousin!
laugh laugh >> jimmy: that's a very close family you have. really tight unit. >> yes, yes. >> jimmy: it does not register to her, i guess? >> i think she just -- she's in live with the power. >> jimmy: she's in love with love. he's just a catch and who cares if the dna matches up? >> he is a catch. >> jimmy: judd apatow was talking about this big comedy tour for "trainwreck." >> yes. >> jimmy: it just finished? >> just finished. really amazing. did the tour all for charity. it was really nice. flew us in a private jet. put us up in these nice hotels. i found that even though we weren't being paid, i was able to just like take all the stuff out of hotel with me. and order a ton of room service. >> jimmy: what kind of stuff would you take out of the hotel? >> just like -- there's always a lot of waters and snacks and stuff. i'm like, these are paid for, right? why wouldn't i -- take them?
>> jimmy: are they paid for, or are they on the tab? i mean -- >> i mean, well universal can afford it. right? >> jimmy: do you kid this to be stealing or what? >> i consider it to be -- i just consider it to be making your -- just adding to your pay rate. i just think it's like, why not make more money? >> jimmy: i see. i understand. a fringe benefit is what it is? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: like using your dental insurance. >> you're going to leave waters there? >> water isn't free anymore is it? >> no. >> jimmy: no. this is a photograph taken, you and eddie vetter. >> yes. >> jimmy: he came to the show? >> he came to the seattle show. i went up to do my set. i did the first set of the night in seattle. and i, i had invited my friend hans in seattle to come to the show. so i saw hans in the audience. i was like doing my jokes to him. kind of like being, you know, you get it, and whatever.
then i got off stage and amy schumer was like, eddie vetter was laughing at your jokes. oh, my god, i heard he was here, where was he in the audience? she's like, he was in the second row. i was like, my friend hans unless the second row, i bet he's next to him! i looked in the audience. the person i thought was my friend hans was eddie vetter. so i was like being super casual, with eddie vetter. you know what i am talking about. he's probably like, she's a little too casual with me. now i know if i am nervous about someone in the audience, i can be like, it's my friend hans! >> jimmy: do you get nervous? on "saturday night live" you have a big celebrity come in, watches you perform. >> i usually try to become friend with them. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> i always think they're cool. when kerry washington hosted. i was just like -- i loved her so much. i was like, i'm not dating anyone or anything right now.
i know what this sound like, i said someday i would look to get married the i would like you to be in my bridal party. >> jimmy: that's actually weirder than what the audience was assuming. >> she was really like nice about it. she said yes. i think she thought i was kidding. i'm not. >> jimmy: i'd be happy to reinforce it the next time she's here. make sure she doesn't wear the white jacket and white hat. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: that could really clash for you. >> oh, yes. she's got very good style. >> jimmy: you have a lot of great characters. you do impressions. miley cyrus is one of your most famous impressions. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the kid, the young boy, the bar admits have a kid. yeah, that's very funny. >> thanks. >> jimmy: in the off-season do you work on new things? >> yeah, i have been doing this standup bit about the show "friends." i don't know if you know of "friends." [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i have seen it. >> i just think that everyone likes those characters.
but they're actually like a very exclusive clique. because if someone from the outside tries to hang out with them, they're very like -- they make that person very uncomfortable. so like -- okay. pretend that you are like at the "friends" house, at the apartment. maybe like ross invited you over. >> jimmy: okay. all right. >> you are hanging out, right. >> jimmy: okay. >> rachel would come over and be like, oh, jimmy, how long have you and ross been, uh, been hanging out? >> jimmy: that's fantastic. about six months now. yeah. >> oh, okay. did you know that ross and i used to, uh, uh, used to date? and monica would be like, not now, rachel! [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i think you're right. she would be. >> yeah, yeah. then like, chandler would come out and be like when's that weird guy jimmy coming over? then he'd see you.
and he'd be like, i mean, my friend kimmie! i should go go kimmie! yeah, we get it, chandler. first of all, you knew you were there and it's hurtful. >> jimmy: it is, yeah. come on do one more. >> and then i think, phoebe would be like, jimmy, i like your shirt, yeah, my neighbor has the same one, he is a male prostitute, but he makes a lot of money. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i think that was pretty solid. >> thank you. like, how you doing? or whatever. >> jimmy: yeah, right. >> yeah, i just think reach chel rachel would be like, okay, jimmy, well, uh, we had a fun time seeing you, but uh, it's just the six of us, so i guess we'll see you uh soon. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: very well done. that's beautiful. vanessa bayer. "trainwreck" opens in theaters july 17th. we will be right back with miguel.
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>> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by at&t. mobilizing your world. >> jimmy: wow what a night. thanks to emilia clarke, thanks to vanessa bayer. apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time for him. "nightline" is next. but first this is his album "wildheart." it comes out tomorrow. you can see him again on "good morning america" in the morning here. here with the song "coffee." miguel.
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into gunplay the gunplay turns into pillow talk the pillow talk turns into sweet dreams ♪ ♪ sweet dreams turn into coffee in the morning coffee in the morning i don't wanna wake you ♪ ♪ i just wanna watch you sleep it's the smell of your hair and it's the way we fit i never felt comfortable ♪ ♪ old souls have found a new religion now its swimming in call it baptism peace covered skies reveal the sunrise until ♪ ♪ the lost angels discover salvation don't you wish we could run away, no let's let's ♪ ♪ drugs sex and polaroids pick a star in the sky we could both say goodbye all night ♪
♪ i wish i could paint our love these moments are vibrant ♪ ♪ word play turns into gunplay the gunplay turns into pillow talk the pillow talk turns into sweet dreams ♪ ♪ sweet dreams turn into coffee in the morning coffee in the morning coffee in the morning ♪ ♪ i don't wanna wake you i just wanna watch you sleep it's the smell of your hair and it's the way we fit ♪ ♪
♪ ♪ ♪ i belong to you babe i belong to you babe ♪ ♪ i'm saying i think you know when i see the way i'm going to go ♪ ♪ there's no debate i belong to you ♪ ♪ baby we're the same you know my blood so if i ever stray you know the count ♪ ♪ but no matter what i do you know i know i long to you ♪ ♪ you you i belong to you you ♪ oh darling yeah ♪ i'm just saying pushing
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