tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC November 16, 2015 11:35pm-12:38am PST
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome, welcome. i'm jimmy kimmel, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you for coming. blustery night here in l.a. it was windy today. the power went out at my house this morning. of course it was while i was in the shower. so the water -- the power went out and then like, i don't know, 12 seconds later the water was not -- all of a sudden not just cold but it was very cold. and i was all lathered up. soap all over my body. i don't like to miss a spot. you know that moment when you realize, the water's cold and it's only getting colder -- but i have to rinse off, there's no two ways about it. then you're like james franco in that movie "127 hours" where he's like, i got to cut this arm
off now! you do it and you're ripsing, sloshing. then i remembered i still had conditioner in my hair and beard and i had to do it all over again. that's how i woke up today. i bet oprah never goes through that. i bet oprah's hot water is never turned off. i had another realization of equal unimportance. last night i was watching the cardinals/seahawks game. it occurred to me that football is essentially a very organized version of a game i play with my 16-month-old daughter called "i'm going to get you." so i chase her around the house yelling yeah i'm going to get you!" next time you watch football where a quarterback hands the ball off to a running back imagine everyone on the other team is saying, "i'm going to get you!" my daughter loved it. this is my favorite football moment of the weekend. saturday, college game, arizona wildcats and utah utes.
game went into overtime and watch for safety will parks and the referee. >> which end of the field would you like to play? >> that one. right here. >> arizona has won the toss -- >> jimmy: i don't know why that tickle med so much. let watch that one more time. yep. right back atcha. you're it. no, you're it. arizona won the game so maybe it's good luck to touch the referee. also on saturday night there was a democratic presidential debate. not that anyone seemed to notice. even though it was on cbs, which is by far the biggest of all the networks airing a debate. it was the lowest-rated debate of the year. it was hillary clinton, bernie sanders, and mark o'mally, who is either a presidential candidate or an irish pub where they all went to drink afterwards, i'm not sure. one of the terrible tragedies in paris a big focus of dat bate was foreign policy which was not
ideal for bernie sanders. that's not his area of expertise. and they asked him for his position on seer que. he said he likes grape nuts. he also, if you watch the debate on mute, it looked like bernie sanders spent two hours angrily sending his soup back at the deli. it's not hot enough! the real action on saturday night was in the octagon. ronda rousey, who wasn't just the most dominant woman in fighting. one could argue she's the most dominant athlete in all professional sports. she lost her ufc title to a heavy underdog, holly holm knocked her out 59 seconds into the second round with a kick to the head. it was a brutal takedown of another woman the likes of which have not been seen since rosie o'donnell and lisbeth hasselbeck cohosted "the view." ronda was on the receiving end of this tweet from trump who said, glad to see ronda rousey lost her championship fight, was soundly beaten, not a nice person.
i guess he's mad because he announced she liked him and then she had the temerity to say she would not vote for him, and he's angry. forget about this running for president thing. i would like to see donald trump fight ronda rousey. [ cheers and applause ] the single greatest pay per view event of all-time. donald trump by the way is out in front of the pack again. he's way out. according to a new reuters poll he's in first place among likely republican voters with 42%. ben carson is in second with just under 25%. they were neck and neck. only 4% of republicans now say they would support jeb bush. that number dropped to 2% when the pollster asked, "really?" but jeb bush is not dropping out. none of them are dropping out. because i tell you what, every one of them, jeb bush, marco reeb i don't, ted cruz, carly fiorina, they look at all the candidates and say, i can't beat
those guys? and they stay in. i think donald trump will drop out once he finds out how much money the president actually makes. i think he pays his hair flap engineer more than $400,000 a year. as you probably know we scour the airwaves 24 hours a day looking near and far for the finest in journalism. sometimes we find it nearer, right here in hang. tonight i'd like to acknowledge lynnette romero of ktla for providing us with "this week'sdy of excellence in reporting." >> it's been three long years since missy elliot has given us new music that the rapper is officially black -- back. >> jimmy: i'm glad they made it official. it's been too long. [ cheers and applause ] congratulations. congratulations to missy too. justin bieber also has a new album out. he's going on tour this spring. and when he does he's offering a
vip package that has some of his fans less than thrilled. it's called the #purpose experience. it entitled you to take a selfie with justin, you sit in a special section near the stage, and it costs $2,000. that's the part the fans are upset about. or maybe they're happy, they're screaming either way. there are bitter complaints on twitter. which i don't know, it's actually not a bad deal. for the low, low cost of $2,000, you could have the privilege of meeting someone who has absolutely no interest in meeting you. i've got a better idea for the beliebers who cannot afford this. save your $2,000. about four to six years, go see justin at the county fair for 18 bucks. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] in no one parents angry because the cherry hill mall was
charging $35 to $50 for kids to visit santa and take a photograph. cheaper than justin bieber. but there's so much uproar. the mall changed the policy. meeting santa will now be free. which is going to see santa should not feel like trying to get into the champagne room at a strip club. remember, moms and cad dads, come to hollywood boulevard and meet a dirty spongebob squarepants absolutely free. tips are suggested. [ cheers and applause ] we have a fun show. "mashup monday," we unite the singer jewel with the band kool and the gang to form jewel and the gang. [ cheers and applause ] i'll say this, once i realized jewel rhymed with cool it was only a matter of time. the truth is they have a lot -- jewel and kool & the gang have a lot more in common than you'd expect. jewel is from alaska. and cool kool and the gang are
from places. from "blammish," tracee ellis ross is here. and from the new "hunger games" movie, liam hemsworth is with us. that's right. [ cheers and applause ] this is a -- yeah, this is a very big time for these block buster movie franchises. the new james bond movie "spectre" was number one at the box office for the second week in a row. [ cheers and applause ] i tell you what james bond is consistent about two things. having sex with women he just met. and martinis. he always orders the same drink. a vodka martini, shaken, not stirred. before they settled on that now very famous cocktail, they considered others. a number of others. here to take us through some of the james bond drink orders that didn't make the cut, the star of the number one movie in america, mr. daniel craig. [ cheers and applause ] very good to have you here.
[ cheers and applause ] daniel, my name is james. james kimmel. i'll be your bartender, welcome to our bar. what can i get you? >> i'll have a cosmo wittman drin orange vodka and a splash of sugar have free cranberry juice. not concentrate. [ cheers and applause ] >> dicky: james bond orders a drink. take two. >> jimmy: what'll it be, sir? >> a strawberry daiquiri, served in a half coconut with a scoop of lemon sorbet and two umbrellas. wait. make that three umbrellas -- and one of those little yellow swords. [ cheers and applause ]
>> dicky: james bond orders a drink. take three. >> jimmy: what can i get you tonight? >> an alligator [ bleep ] job. >> jimmy: what's in that? >> two parts orange gatorade, one part p. diddy's coconut vodka. with a spritz of coppertone moisture mist bronzing spray. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: sounds delicious. >> dicky: james bond orders a drink. take four. >> jimmy: yes? what would you like? >> a robitussin and tonic. straight up. a capri sun. and poke it hard, dammit. a hot white russian with two splendas, sweet pickled gherkins and a diet mr. pibb. >> jimmy: okay, last call. one more drink? >> i'll have a vodka martini. shaken, not stirred.
poured down my trousers, down my thighs, geez it all out of my socks into a sippy cup. then i'd like to batch you drink it. >> jimmy: squeeze it out of your socks and then drink it? >> then you drink it. >> jimmy: yeah, no, i'm not going to do that. yeah. >> have a pen here from the four seasons that has bullets in it. >> jimmy: here's your sippy cup right there. mr. daniel craig, everybody! "spectre" is in theaters now. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have to take a break, but when we return, we ask people who their worst facebook friend is. be right back. star light star bright, the first star i see tonight
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. liam hemsworth, tracee ellis ross, and matchup monday music from jewel and the gang is on the way. first we have a major holiday coming up. if you have to rank the holidays maybe the most important. tomorrow is national unfriend day. or n.u.d. for short a holiday we launched in our show in 20 between. the idea of nud is to remember the meaning of the word friend. most of the people you call friends on facebook are not your friends. tomorrow is the day to get rid of those people. we've gotten to a point where we have too many friends. in the '90s we only had a few friends. we had rachel, monica, rudy, theo. [ cheers and applause ] you know what i mean. think of a better world in which you don't know your cuzsisy judy got a blowout, wouldn't than
magical? i'm encouraging everyone on facebook to cull 10% of your friend list, nobody gets upset. the difference between being fired and laid off. sorry, we had to cut 10%. if you can't go that far i'm sure you have somebody in your mind right now to prove this we asked people on the street who their worst facebook friend is. we let them wear masks so they would feel free to be honest and they were very honest in this national unfriend day edition "hide and speak." >> all right, what's your name? >> my name's nick. >> nick, you're wearing a mask, no one can tell who you are. tell us who is your worst facebook friend and why? >> this guy. his name's mike. he's a total bro. he's always posting pictures about him drinking in the airport. every week. he's drinking beer in the airport. we know you travel a lot. we get it. >> all right, you've wearing a horse's mask. tell us who is your worst facebook friend?
>> i'd probably say someone from work back home. >> what's her name? >> samantha. >> what bothers you? >> constantly posts all the time, i'm so depressed, i'm so sad, just to get likes and comments from people. >> just to get likes? >> yeah. >> what happens? >> you ask what's wrong? then they write back, oh, nothing, i just want to get a reaction out of people. >> hate that! so much! >> damn you, dan. damn you and your punk rock karaoke. damn you and your vinyl presentation society. i don't want to know how far you rode on your bike today. >> i'm unfriending you on facebook. i really don't like you on my fak. don't do it again. okay? >> that's it. what a clown, right? >> yeah. i'm the clown. >> oh, you're the clown, right. >> and you're the clown as well. >> you're the clown. >> stop tagging me. i'm going to see you in hell,
son. i'm going to orange county. you are going to come down to hell. you and me is going to go at it. stop tagging me. >> nicole, you're a dirty slut and no one wants to see your facebook nudes. nobody wants to see you like that. >> unfriended, nicole. let me see what she does here. disgusting! >> she cheated on her boyfriend so he leaked all of her nudes on facebook. >> these are all of her nudes? >> yep. >> this is gross. i'm going to throw this out. in the trash by my cubicle. good-bye.o this. >> what's your name? >> david. >> who is your worst facebook friend and why? >> happy eunice. >> happy eunice? why? >> she's always asking me for money. >> oh, no. oh my god. do you give her money? >> no. >> you don't? >> i just block her. >> you do? tell her to her face you've had enough. >> i've had enough. >> yeah. >> i'm done. >> put the mask on now. thanks, appreciate it. take care.
all right, you're wearing a mask, no one can tell who you are. who is your worst facebook friend and why? >> alicia. she's always showing her boobs. >> really? >> yes. >> what, on facebook posts? >> yes. all up on my posts. >> let me see this i don't believe you for a second. that's alicia? >> yes, it is. >> oh, man. let's see. oh, you're right. she is showing those things. why'd you say her name was alicia if it's sabrina? oh! oh! [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> you're a [ bleep ]! >> jimmy: it's tough love, it's for the best. tomorrow national unfriend day. at midnight begin the unfriending. we have a good show, "mashup monday" with jewel and the gang, tracee ellis ross is here, and
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australia and is brother to thor. last year's sexiest man alike. you can see him battle all manner of evil alongside jennifer lawrence in the high hi anticipated "the hunger games: mockingjay part two." it opens in theaters friday. please say hello to liam hemsworth. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: good to see you. >> good to see you. >> jimmy: so this is the fourth now and most significantly final time you'll be traveling the world promoting "the hunger games." >> this is the last one. >> jimmy: is it bittersweet? >> it is. you know. it's the end of a great journey. i think we all had a good time. but i think we're just sad not to tour the world together. that's one of the funnest parts we've become such good friends. >> where have you been so far.
>> the last two weeks we've been to china, madrid, berlin, london, and paris. >> jimmy: had you been to all those places before? >> never been to china before. >> jimmy: first trip to china, what city? >> beijing. >> jimmy: in beijing. and that was fun? or odd? >> we were there about 24 hours. i had -- >> jimmy: wow. >> i slept three and a half hours and had the most horrific dreams i've ever had. i won't tell you what about. >> jimmy: did you wake up crying? >> yeah. >> jimmy: did you soil -- >> i woke up in sweats about 1:00 in the morning after having tried to sleep three hours and woke up every 20 minutes. you know what? i'm not sleeping in this country, i'm not going to do it anymore. i stayed up the rest of the night. >> jimmy: blame on it the country? >> i don't know what it was. you know. >> jimmy: you did get to go. >> let's not blame the country. >> jimmy: of course not. you did get to go walk on the great wall of china. who took this picture?
>> one of my friends took that. >> jimmy: why are you wearing a panda hat? zoom in a little bit. >> zoom right in on the ballantine handbag. >> jimmy: why are you dressed as a panda -- >> that's josh next to me with the panda hat. >> jimmy: josh hutchen son. >> at the bottom of the hill there was a small street. it's very cold there. they have these panda hats that keep you warm. so we got a couple of those. and then jen didn't want to carry her handbag anymore. which is like jen. so i carried her handbag. >> jimmy: well, you know what? >> i figured it added to the whole picture of the great wall. >> jimmy: very gentlemanly of you. >> yes. >> jimmy: is the great wall spectacular in person? >> yeah. you know what? it is. you know, a lot of hard work was put into that wall. >> jimmy: yes. >> and i respect it. we couldn't see very far.
because of the smog. you could have been on any small brick-like bridge. >> jimmy: all right. sounds like it was a great trip in general. >> yeah. >> jimmy: was woody harrelson on this trip with you? >> yeah, he came on -- he was there for london and paris. >> jimmy: woody harrelson, we've had many, many people on the show and he's among my favorite people of the people that we have. you were in -- he was in -- you were in all the movies together. >> he's one of my favorite people in the world. we sort of -- we didn't have a lot to do with each other in the first film. became really close in the second, third, and fourth. then we actually did another film outside of "the hunger games" together. >> jimmy: he's a lot of fun. >> he's a lot of fun, hilarious guy. >> jimmy: actually, we found a piece of video i wanted to show. this is during the presser after you guys made the first movie. well, you know what, just relax and enjoy. >> got a were called chris. >> that's right.
he has a movie coming out this weekend. >> a movie coming out. >> he plays a dangerous man. >> god of thunder. >> some of that as well. chris van vleet. >> [ bleep ]. >> what are you doing? >> yeah, do you believe it? >> honestly never put that together. >> congrats to both you guys on the film. >> congots to both the brothers. >> yeah. [ bleep ]. >> cheers to them. >> you never put it together? >> never. never even occurred to me. >> they kind of look similar. >> oh, that's awesome. now that he mentions it, i totally get it. >> jimmy: he had no idea you were brothers. [ cheers and applause ] >> no, i mean -- here's the thing about woody, he's a forgetful guy. >> jimmy: wonder why that is. >> we had definitely spoken about it a number of times. >> jimmy: that is pretty great. imagine you have a bunch of
buddies from australia who are amazed that this has happened and want to maybe be part of it. do they come and visit you? >> i wouldn't say they're at all amazed. they're impressed by it. but my house is -- look, if you're in australia and you grew up with me ask you've got an alcoholic problem or you've just lost your way in life, come and sleep on my couch. >> jimmy: is that how it goes? >> i'm not saying i'm going to make it better but i'll give you a couch to sleep on. >> jimmy: and i found that just from my own spirexperience here have a lot of people from australia who see the show, they have a ton of time off. there's a lot more vacation time in australia than we have here. so that means there's a lot more visiting going on at your house. >> it's -- yeah, it's like an unwritten rule that anyone who comes to l.a. just expects you to house them. they're assured you're always on holidays, which i'm not, i work a lot. but these people from australia, they come in like, hey, i'm here for two weeks, let's party.
>> jimmy: is anyone there right now? >> i've got a couple people there, yeah. >> jimmy: who's there? >> two of my friends from australia live there. and i do a lot. but i live there. >> jimmy: what are their names right now? >> jackson and matthew. >> jimmy: jackson and matthew. it's time to go home. do you think they'll watch you tonight? >> they will. i'll make sure they do. >> jimmy: you can send them to my house for a couple of days. >> that would be great! would you? >> jimmy: yeah, sure. >> please. thank you. that would be great. i think -- >> jimmy: we could have fun. >> trying to help them out, it's the house of lost boys right now. >> jimmy: we'll see a chip from the new movie "the hunger games: mockingjay part 2." be right back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> jimmy: as liam helps worth in "the hunger games: mockingjay part 2." josh will be here tomorrow. anything i should know? anything you want to bust him on? josh will be here. you made four movies with the guy. >> yeah. yep, we spent a lot of time together. >> jimmy: you made the love connection. >> yeah, yeah. that's the first scene we've spoken to each other through four films. >> did you speak off-camera? >> yeah lot. between him, jen and i, we pretty much know everything there is to know about each other. >> jimmy: only woody is unaware of your life. >> yeah. no, he's definitely a part of it as well. but he forgets everything. >> jimmy: it makes everything so new and interesting over and over and over again. >> a new day every day with woody. >> jimmy: tomorrow "people" magazine will name a new sexiest man alive. >> good. >> jimmy: bringing your brother's reign to an end. >> good, good. >> jimmy: do you think he'll be upset? have you had enough of him being the sexiest man alive? >> yeah.
you know. >> jimmy: is it hard to be the sexiest brother alive? because that is what you are. if you think about it, yeah. >> thanks, man. that's cool. >> jimmy: in a way your reign is coming to be a end as well. >> i don't know. >> jimmy: no, i do know, i am aware. if he wins again will you be angry? it's possible. >> can you win it two years in a row? >> jimmy: you can. no one has. i don't think anyone has. you could. >> that would be exciting. more confidence for him. >> jimmy: do you celebrate thanksgiving, our beloved american holiday? >> i do now. >> jimmy: you better. you really must. >> you better, yeah. i've been here six and a half years. >> jimmy: every movie you're in you have an american accent. >> yeah. >> jimmy: have there been any that you haven't? >> the past seven years i've done american films. i did my first australian film end of last year. which is the first time i've done my own accent in seven years. >> jimmy: did you feel comfortable in your own accent? >> thanks! [ cheers and applause ]
>> no, i thought it would be a lot easier than it was. it was weird. because i got to set the first day and all of a sudden i was cycling through my mind of things that habitually i've done the last seven years. and it wasn't a part of it. i guess you just talk like you? i don't know. >> jimmy: the little tricks of the trade, i guess. just talk like you. >> that's right. >> jimmy: very good to see you. grat layings on the series. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: "the hunger games: mockingjay part 2." it all ends friday. liam hemsworth! be right back with tracee ellis ross! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, there. still to come, music from jewel and the gang. our next guest is a talented and delightful woman. she plays a person named rainbow on "black-ish" wednesday nights on abc. please say hello to tracee ellis ross. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: you look great. i love that dress. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you smell really good.
>> do i? >> jimmy: i wish people at home could smell you. >> i wish you could smell me too. >> jimmy: how's life? your tv kids were here on the show. >> was that not spectacular? >> jimmy: they were a lot of fun. >> you had a couch of four, the experience of all of them. >> jimmy: i wish i had more time. you must have fun with them all the time. >> they're delightful. >> jimmy: a nice group of kids. >> really good kids, really fun, really different personalities. they're really fantastic. >> jimmy: do you feel like -- this is my perspective. i've not been on a sitcom. do you feel like a tv family is better than a real family? >> i would like to know more of what you mean by that. >> jimmy: well, first of all, they're all bright and shiny and they've got great personalities, no one's sitting like a lump looking at their ipad all day. >> they're taken away when it gets difficult. >> jimmy: yeah, you don't have to discipline them. you get paid to be their mother. people don't get that in real life. >> when you describe it that way it sounds fantastic. i wouldn't trade up my family
but i have to say they're a great family. >> jimmy: do they treat you -- >> they call me mama t. which i really like. >> jimmy: nice. >> i don't have kids yet in my life so it's kind of fantastic. >> jimmy: it's perfect. >> it's perfect. i have to say we were shooting an episode, we were dressed up in crazy ridiculous costumes. between takes we were all laughing and giggling on the floor and taking selfies and stuff. and i was like, this is a ridiculously great job. this is like insane. why are we -- this is great! they're really fun, hilarious. miles does not stop talking, in a good way. he tells never-ending stories. he always has things to say. they're just great. >> jimmy: you guys, everybody's getting along, there's none of this -- >> no fighting. >> jimmy: no fighting, none of that stuff. >> no. >> jimmy: you became a doctor in real life recently. >> i did. i got my honorary doctorate. [ cheers and applause ] it was very exciting. i had no idea sort of what it meant. i mean, it obviously sounds fantastic. >> jimmy: what does it mean? >> i don't know.
>> jimmy: you don't know. >> i know that i insist people call me doctor, i'm surprised you didn't introduce me that way. clinic hours on sundays. >> had i realized, i would have, if i had known you were going by that title. >> i heard you're a doctor too. >> jimmy: i'm also a fake doctor, yes, yes. >> but the cool thing was when it happened, when it occurred, i looked it up. i was like, a doctorate, okay, let me see who else has an honorary doctorate. i saw ben affleck. oh, i guess it doesn't really -- maybe they do it when you have a big year of career? it's no disrespect to ben affleck. i didn't mean that. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what a hash tag by the way. >> no disrespect. i'm happy to be in his company, i would take it any day. >> jimmy: you have no idea how weird it is that you said no disrespect to ben affleck, because kanye west once wrote that very same thing on twitter, is that true? are you serious? >> jimmy: very serious. not to digress. >> ben got an honorary doctorate. >> jimmy: you were insulted? >> i was not insulted but i
didn't realize -- i thought it was you're having a good year, go on a talk show, they give you a doctorate. i did not know. >> jimmy: that is what happened to me. >> i was chosen for a really great reason. i don't know. but it was all these incredible people, these other people. and i was like, oh my god. then i asked the woman, how do you choose who gets the doctorate? they were like, all ages, all disciplines, they choose a number of people. and i was chosen. so i felt very honored. >> jimmy: you went to school there. >> i did go to school there. when i got my degree at brown, they did not -- such a large school, you don't walk on the stage when you get your degree, you go to your discipline. the department that you got your degree in. >> jimmy: okay. >> so for the doctorate i got to walk on the stage, which was phenomenal. so i'm there with all these distinguished people and everyone was walking and i had on my velvet. walking, sitting, listening. and the crowd of the students. and it was very -- the people got up one at a time and they
were hooded is what it was called. they put the cap. it was very exciting. then they went and sat back down. so i walk up. i'm walking. i'm like -- to my sister, giving her a thumbs-up. i turned around, and i was like, yeah! i was thrilled. >> jimmy: yeah. so much enthusiasm i was thrilled and i started crying. i was the only person of color in the group. and i just felt so honored. although i am an actress, just an actress, but we know the influence of media. i was thrilled, very exciting. >> then why don't you want ben affleck to have his doctorate? >> should we start a beef between me and penn? in his company i would be happy, he's a very smart man. why did kanye say it? >> jimmy: it's a long story. >> tell me after. i'll google it. >> jimmy: it's on the internet. >> i'm sorry to get so involved. >> jimmy: interesting. i didn't know you had -- yeah. it is interesting. i got a doctorate from unlv,
which is a better school than brown, i don't know if you know that. from an educational stand point. >> of course, of course. we're not comparing. >> jimmy: no, no, of course. it's like they call it the ivy league of las vegas. but i was able to get that doctorate without even getting my degree. and really without ever going to class. >> well, that's incredible. i don't know what that says. >> jimmy: maybe ben affleck isn't the one you should have your sights set on. >> i should have googled and checked you out. >> jimmy: should have been me. you should get stationery with "doctor" on it. >> i'm literally doing clinic hours. >> jimmy: you know if you make a pad and it says "dr. tracee ellis ross" on it you can write prescriptions for people. that's true. >> i will. "17 miles todsfae17 smiles toda" "feeling bad about yourself? look in the mirror and say i love you." >> jimmy: i was talking about drugs but that works too.
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>> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by samsung. >> jimmy: i'd like to thank liam hemsworth, tracee ellis ross and apologies to matt damon, we ran out of time for him. "nightline" is next, but first, continuing our "mashup monday" series with a mashup medley -- jewel and the bank! jewel and the gang! ♪ ♪ ♪ i remember not too long ago i went to the theater and i saw the jewel and the gang show ♪ ♪ so here i am
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