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for joining us. jimmy kimmel live, carry washington. >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- kerry washington. alicia keys. and "this week in unnecessary censorship." ♪ and now, hold on, here's jimmy kimmel! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hello, welcome to the show. i'm jimmy, i'm the host. thanks to all of you for coming. that's very nice. i'm glad you're here. how many of you in our studio audience tonight are visiting us from the east coast? this is a good time for me to tell your families, these people are never coming back. 73 degrees and sunny here in
l.a. today. [ cheers and applause ] don't rub it in, because there's a massive winter storm, winter storm nico is blanketing the northeast, as if a warm comforter is being gently placed over the region. it's not. thousands of flights have been canceled. schools are closed. in mid town manhattan, an ice princess is trapped in a tower, her name is melania. [ laughter and applause ] but i will say, it can be uncomfortable, it can be problematic. my grandmother always used to say, when life hands you snow, make snow lemonade. just don't drink it because it's pee. this is good. this is a live report from fox 29 in philadelphia, which should give you a sense of how the cold affects public transportation and the drivers who keep the public transported. >> we've been waiting for a bus to come for these walmart workers. now wait a second.
how's driving a bus in this weather today? >> coming up here was extremely bad, but going down the road is much better. hey, y'all better pay! i don't care if it's cold out there, y'all better pay! [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: wow. that is some bus driver. that's who trump needs to get to be white house press secretary, right? [ laughter ] winter storm nico means it's a terrible time for new york fashion week. fashion week started today. half the models got blown not -- skno the hudson river. usually fashion week isn't for me, but this year, i saw a couple of looks that are so me it almost hurts. i mean, that's me, this is me, this one is so me, it might as well be named for me. it's the perfect outfit for a job interview or just going bowling with the guys.
seriously, though, who would wear any of that? besides the three men who are being paid to wear that on the runway, who would wear it? >> jimmy, i would. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: talking about regular people. that's a great -- fashion is his passion. you look like a member of the cobra kai. you look like the chupa cobra kai. anyway, the big news tonight, just a little while ago, the ninth circuit court of appeals weighed in on donald trump's travel ban. trump, as you know, issued an executive order, banning refugees and visitors from seven countries from entering the united states. but a judge in washington suspended that ban. so the government appealed. tonight the appeals court upheld the judge's ruling. the decision was unanimous. that's not counting all the judges who voted illegally. [ laughter ] but the ban at least for now is
not in effect, and donald trump is pounding the wall of the oval office with his tiny little fists. [ cheers and applause ] it's not dead yet. it could go to the supreme court or a district court, or will he take it to "the people's court"? a tv president can do that. of course trump tweeted almost immediately and in all caps. he wrote, see you in court. the security of our nation is at stake. so the highly nuanced judicial debate continues. donald trump can't keep immigrants from entering this country. he can't even get melania to leave new york. [ laughter and applause ] and you know, trump was very critical of the judge who initially put the kabosh on the ban. he called him a so-called judge and said if anything bad happened, blame him. this did not sit well with trump's pick for the supreme court. according to senator richard
blumenthal, who met with neil gorsuch, the supreme court nominee. gorsuch said he thinks trump's attack on the judge were disheartening and demoralizing. so then trump lashed out not at gorsuch, but instead at senator blumenthal. the president tweeted chris cuomo in his interview with senator blumenthal never asked him about his long-term lie, about his brave service in vietnam. fake news. he yells "fake news" every time he gets mad. you remember when the hulk would say "hulk smash" when he got mad? chris cuomo did ask him about that. he asked him about the fact that back in 2010, "the new york times," which is also fake news, revealed that senator blumenthal never went to vietnam, but he led people to believe he did. whereas donald trump during the war served towards bravely fighting bone spurs in his foot at the wharton school of finance, but -- [ laughter and applause ]
donald trump, it's so crazy what he gets involved in, because trump attacking blumenthal for not serving in vietnam is like milli attacking vanilli for lip-syncing. then trump went after a real war hero. he tweeted, saying, mccain has been losing so long he doesn't know how to win anymore. i guess they were teammates during white house pictionary. it didn't go well. mccain should be careful. the last time he attacked donald trump, he wound up being president. trump attacked the media, a reporter, and two senators all before breakfast today. he's getting a lot done, you could say that. and the star of the alternative facts of life, kellyanne conway is at it again. [ laughter and applause ] she was on the show "fox & friends" this morning. not only did she explain about nordstrom dropping ivanka trump's clothing line, but used her position to give ivanka a rare and potentially illegal product plug. >> i do find it ironic, that you have executives all over the
internet bragging about what they've done to her and her line and yet, they're using the most prominent woman in donald trump's -- most prominent -- she's his daughter, and they're using her, who's been a champion for women in power, and women in the workplace, to get to him. i think people can see through that. go buy ivanka's stuff, is what i would tell you. i hate shopping and i'm going to get some myself today. it's a wonderful line. i own some of it. i'm going to give a free commercial. go buy it today, you can find it online. >> jimmy: she's going to have a hell of a post white house career on qvc or the home shopping network. [ laughter and applause ] this could be a problem for kellyanne, it may be a federal ethics violation and sean spicer had to answer questions about it today. he said she was counselled on the subject. a statement that we slowed down to half speed for another
edition of "drunk sean spicer." >> she's been counselled on -- on that subject, and -- that's it. ♪ [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: laid his head down on the podium and went to sleep. in singapore, kentucky fried chicken, kfc, is rolling out a new creation. behold the chizza. it's pizza with a crust made out of fried chicken. fried chicken topped with chicken, ham, pineapple chunks. mozzarella, pizza sauce, and cheese sauce. it's easy to make, first, you get a chicken to have sex with a pizza. i'm not sure why this is only available in singapore. it's probably -- put that up again. this has got to be the most american food item i've ever seen in my life. when something like this comes out, either you're one of the people who asks, who the hell eats that stuff? or you go, why the hell aren't i
already eating this stuff? currently there are no plans to bring it to north america, which is, i think that's what we elected donald trump for, isn't it? [ cheers and applause ] we didn't do this so fried chicken pizza could be made in singapore. oh, he just tweeted. let's see what he -- obama lets china get chizza first. this is what i'm saying. disgrace! [ laughter ] it's thursday night, time to bleep and blur the big tv moments of the week, whether they need it or not. it's "this week in unnecessary censorship." [ cheers and applause ] >> i do [ bleep ]. >> why? >> well, i [ bleep ] a lot of people. >> it was government control that [ bleep ] this all up. and bernie and the democrats' solution is more [ bleep ], more [ bleep ]. >> new england, we love you. you've been with us all year.
we're bringing this [ bleep ] home. >> who doesn't like a big [ bleep ] here? anyone? >> imagine watching yourself on tv and have your mom watch it. >> you know, i don't make a habit of [ bleep ] strangers, but maybe after today, that might change. have you ever thrown [ bleep ]? >> yeah, you have. >> also ufc polly holm is here. >> he's gonna [ bleep ] my butt. >> caitlin, this would be right up your alley. who would you want a candle to smell like? >> wet [ bleep ], like my [ bleep ]. >> this is awesome, i'm relaxed, but it's like sucking on my dad's old [ bleep ]. >> you get to a point where [ bleep ] your father becomes awkward. >> we want [ bleep ]. we want [ bleep ]! we want [ bleep ]! we want [ bleep ]! yeah! >> jimmy: we're going to take a break. when we come back, we have george clooney has some big
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[ applause ] my wife and i are only having one kid. i feel like we're losers now. so anyway, congratulations to george and amal, and to us, the human race. on a less wholesome note, the new 50 shades movie, "50 shades darker" opened tonight. it will be going head to head this weekend with the lego batman movie, and obviously these are two very different films, targeting very different audiences, they do have some themes in common. to prove that, we took the video and lego batman and the audio from "50 shades," and we put them together and we made this. >> have dinner with me. >> okay, fine, i will have dinner with you, but we are only talking and that is it. >> what do you want, anastasia? >> no rules, no punishments, and no more secrets. >> i don't know whether to worship at your feet or spank you. >> uh-oh.
oh, no, no, no. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: never look at legos the same again. valentine's day is on tuesday. americans are expected to spend, this is unbelievable, $2 billion on flowers this valen- -- i have a new rule. for social media this year. if you post a pictures of flowers that came to your office, thereby making every other woman who didn't get them feel bad, and every other guy who didn't send them look bad, you don't get flowers next year. you're on probation. okay? [ cheers and applause ] i know valentine's day is problematic for a lot of men, but i was told by my wife, it's annoying for women too. in theory it's a mutual holiday where there's supposed to be some exchange of gifts, but women have no idea what they're supposed to get us. men, you know, you have to get a card, fill it out on the steering wheel on your way home,
flowers obviously, chocolate, and if you're weird, maybe a teddy bear. besides sex, what do you give a man for valentine's day? you can't get a guy -- most guys don't want jewelry. it's hard. so this afternoon, we went around our office, we asked the men who work here, what they got for valentine's day last year. and here's how that went. ♪ >> my wife got me a -- >> uh -- >> um -- >> aah -- uh -- >> i think my wife got me a card. >> uh, a hug? >> i got pretty much nothing. a belated gift. i owe you a dinner. >> i think it was nothing.
come to think of it, i don't think she got me anything the year before that either. so that bodes well for us. >> nothing. nothing at all. yeah, nothing. >> she got me this really beautiful pen that is something that i wanted -- no, she didn't get me anything. >> my wife didn't give me anything. but my mom got me a box of candy. is that weird? every year my mom gets me candy on valentine's day. that's weird. >> yeah, i don't -- no, maybe i didn't get anything. no, i'm sure i got something. uh, this is not good, probably. whatever it was, it was amazing, and i loved it and have it somewhere. i'm sorry, sarah. >> hey, what did you get me for valentine's day last year? >> mmm, i have no idea. [ laughter ]
>> if you had to guess, what do you think you got me? >> uh, nothing? >> sounds about right. >> why are you asking? >> love you, bye, you're on tv. >> i don't think i got anything for valentine last year. the only thing i got, should i be honest? the only thing i got, it was sex. that's the best present a man can have. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: you're gonna get it again tonight, if you wear that home. all right, thanks, everyone. tonight on the show, alicia keys is here. and we'll be right back with kerry washington. so stick around. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> dicky: portions of
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alicia keys is here to chat and lead us in song too. next week, i would like to mention, we have new shows with some great stars. tracy morgan, denzel washington, viola davis, caitlin olson, jordan peele, ben and casey affleck. and we will have music from d.r.a.m featuring erykah badu, lukas graham, and fat joe with remy ma. so please join us for that next week. [ cheers and applause ] we're here every week. our first guest tonight is as popular a figure in washington d.c. as anyone. she even has her own monument. which is amazing. her show is called "scandal," watch it thursday nights here on abc. please welcome kerry washington! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow, you look fantastic. >> thank you. >> jimmy: is that leather?
>> unless you're an animal rights person, then it's whatever you want it to be. >> jimmy: then it's made of vegetables? >> that's correct. >> jimmy: it looks fantastic. thank you. >> jimmy: is it because of fashion week? were you inspired to -- >> i always try to look pretty for you. >> jimmy: you always do. but you look especially attractive tonight. by the way, speaking of new york, you're from new york, can you believe what a day it is today in l.a.? >> it's crazy. i wish i was there and a kid again, because these are the best days, when school gets canceled and you get to stay home and watch tv. you grew up in brooklyn? >> jimmy: i remember being hopeful that school would get canceled. which you had to listen to the radio. we didn't even have a tv set. >> is that true? >> jimmy: yeah. not because my parents were focused on education, they were just cheap. >> oh. wow. >> jimmy: it broke, and then it was gone. >> they're like, forget that. >> jimmy: so we listened to radio, hoping that school would get cancelled. >> desperately hoping. and then you go out there --
this is what i never understood. i would make snow angels every time. so you dress warm, you try to get everything buttoned up, and then you lay in the snow and get wet and cold. >> jimmy: it isn't a bright thing to do. >> it's not smart. >> jimmy: even as a kid, i was like, eh, that's not for me, the snow angels. that's not my thing. >> i was the idiot that you were looking at thinking, not for me. >> jimmy: congratulations, i know your family grew by one since the last time you were here. >> thank you, thank you. [ applause ] and you're expecting? >> jimmy: my wife is expecting. >> we seem to be on the same schedule. please don't have another one. >> you're not up for that? okay, got it. >> jimmy: i have two already and another two seems good. by the way, you had a big birthday. >> i did. >> jimmy: i like that you don't hide the fact that you had a 40th birthday. >> yeah, i did. i did. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's always kinda sad when people have to hide their age. >> i feel like, would you rather
be dead? that's the alternative. >> jimmy: that's exactly right. you had a big cake on the set of the show. >> huge. >> jimmy: i think you tweeted it. did you eat that cake? >> there was not a single piece of cake left. >> jimmy: is that true? >> yeah. everybody ate that cake. here's the thing on "scandal," now that the costume department has been able to successfully hide two pregnancies, the actors don't starve ourselves anymore. we can gain as much weight as we want and just hold a prada bag, all day. >> jimmy: there was one time you were standing and there was a plant in front of you. >> doesn't matter. we figure it out. eat away. >> jimmy: that's funny, because charlie weber, who is on "how to get away with murder" like last week or the week before, and he was saying, when viola davis wins an award, which happens every day, a cake or something comes and no one eats it,
because they're all actors. >> yeah, they gotta learn -- >> jimmy: but you guys are doing it? >> we're like, figure it out, wardrobe! i need another cape. when you're wondering why tony is holding prada bags, it's because he had cake. >> jimmy: he hasn't gone through a change or something? >> no. >> jimmy: this is a head shot from -- what year would you guess this was from? >> i don't know. [ cheers and applause ] i'm pretty sure i was in high school. >> jimmy: wow. do you remember going and having this photograph taken? >> vaguely. vaguely. i will tell you, the head shot that i remember taking the most was more recent than that one. i went to get my head shots done and i was super excited. >> jimmy: the overalls are beautiful. >> i had saved a lot of money. i got up early, got my hair and makeup done. it was a super professional person, but i also had my puppy, she was super young, and she upstaged me. i waited two hours, because he took portraits of my dog. >> jimmy: he fell in love with
your dog? >> for hours. this is her head shot. she got head shots. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: that's funny. >> she's so beautiful. >> jimmy: did you list her special skills on the back? >> i haven't had to, every time i go somewhere with her, she's been in american vogue, home & garden. every time, they're like, can we have josie? i don't take her anywhere anymore, because i'm afraid she's going to end up on the cover instead of me. >> jimmy: it slows you down. at what point in your career do you stop having head shots taken? is that something you think about? or you just go back and realize, like, oh, i don't do that anymore? >> well, you still have to do them, but now you do them for, like, you're winning an award and they need a head shot for the program. >> jimmy: is that technically a head shot? i guess it is. >> but it doesn't have my resume stapled on the back anymore. >> jimmy: with a bunch of lies about skills that you have. >> that then they hire you and you're like, i don't really know how to ride a horse. i don't really snowboard, what am i going to do?
>> jimmy: i was working on a show and the guy put juggling on the back of the thing. and we needed a juggler, and he showed up and he clearly couldn't juggle. >> clearly. >> jimmy: of all the things to put on your -- it's not like we weren't going to find out! >> i think i had languages on mine that are not -- >> jimmy: oh, really? >> because i was like, what are the odds somebody's going to hire me to speak russian? >> jimmy: you know alicia keys because you directed a video that she was in, a common video. >> yes. common said, do you want to be like the girl in this video, and i was like, if i can direct it, because i'm a smart ass. i'd never directed anything before. and he was like, write a treatment, so i did. i wrote this complicated treatment about him breaking up with me, i was his ex-girlfriend and now he's got a more sexy woman that he lives with, and i break into his house and they loved it. and i was like, oh, crap, now i gotta direct this music video and cast it. who can i get it that's prettier and more talented than me?
i'll call alicia keys! and so she did it. >> jimmy: that's great and kanye west was in that video as well. >> yeah, common's friends, not mine. serena williams, yeah, cool people. >> jimmy: and do you stay in touch with her? >> yes. i love her, she's amazing. my husband has this phenomenal foundation where he takes kids on college tours. and a few years ago, they were in new york, she had all of the kids backstage. basically she's saved my butt time and time again. made me look cooler than i am. so i owe her my life. she's the best. >> jimmy: don't give her that. >> she's the best. >> jimmy: we're going to take a break. when we come back, we have a sneak peek at next week's "scandal." kerry washington is with us. we'll be right back. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back. ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] made just for you ♪ s ♪ so no matter where you might be at ♪ ♪ there's a big mac for that
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because i am going to be the president of the united states of america. me, me, me! 45! >> poet -- potus 45! >> 45, yes. >> that is kerry washington on "scandal." [ cheers and applause ] >> here's the thing. she's a brilliant actress and i have been out with her, she is a good dancer. so that is in fact, the best acting of her career, because that was awful. >> jimmy: so they said, you have to dance badly. >> yes, and she was able to achieve that brilliance. >> jimmy: that must have drived her nuts. >> she loved it. she's a secret comedian. >> jimmy: you guys are dancing around like putin and trump. [ laughter ] >> we'd have to take our shirts off for that. >> jimmy: who is the more realistic character, olivia pope or kellyanne conway?
>> well, they both have a lot of spin. they're both full of a lot of spin. >> jimmy: both very creative. is there a possibility that you'll incorporate the events that are going on, or does the time frame from when it takes to write the show to producing the show, does that prevent that from happening? >> i think so. we shot all these episodes way before the real election, so it's kind of tragic and crazy that our writers were able to be psychic about some of the stuff that's happening, in terms of this brilliant woman losing on our show, although she gets it back. so maybe they're psychic about that. >> jimmy: oop. >> yeah, but i don't know, i remember a time when "scandal" was outrageous. and now it's a different situation. >> jimmy: it's a very sober account of the white house in a way. >> it is. >> jimmy: do the writers take aspects of your personal life and incorporate them into the show? >> you know, in season one, i thought there were cameras in my apartment, not because i was having an affair, but because i
sit at home alone and eat popcorn, and i was like, shonda knows, she knows what i do when i'm alone. >> jimmy: so it wasn't one of those things where they said, what do you want? >> no, i just read a script and got scared that she's watching me. or she's psychic. >> jimmy: do you get sick of eating all the popcorn? >> no. i love popcorn so much. we could have an eight-hour scene. it takes eight hours sometimes to shoot a scene. if i have to eat popcorn the whole time, i'm thrilled. >> jimmy: like a pigeon, in a way? >> yes! i used to have to go to the store and get the popcorn, but now i can just turn to the props guy and say, can i have some popcorn? like, it's a problem. i may have to go into rehab. >> jimmy: so it's the prop guys, the popcorn is a prop? >> yes. >> jimmy: and they make it well? >> they make it fresh. it's hot. it's sexy. i'm getting excited thinking about it. [ laughter ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a phenomenally talented performer with 15 grammy awards in her carry-on luggage. her latest album is called "here," please welcome alicia keys! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thanks for coming. the last time i saw you was in brooklyn, we were doing our show in brooklyn, and we were in the middle of hurricane sandy. >> it was crazy. >> jimmy: it was crazy. >> it was totally -- like the
city was really beat up. we were going through a lot. >> jimmy: you lost a bunch of musical equipment that night, i think. >> obviously people lost their homes, so it was way more than that. but it was, you know, it was a difficult time. >> jimmy: your son egypt was a toddler at that time. how old is he now? >> he's 6. >> jimmy: he's 6 years old now. [ applause ] >> jimmy: and your husband posted a video of him doing something that is absolutely remarkable. he co-produced a track on kendrick lamar's album. >> he did. like really. >> jimmy: like really? >> seriously, him. that was his brain child, out of his mind. >> jimmy: what happened exactly? >> he heard these melodies and one day he woke up and he was singing this thing. and i was like, babe, what is this? and he's like, that's the new song for kung fu panda 4. i said there is no kung fu panda
4. i said, hmm, you're hearing something, i had him go to the piano. his daddy took him to the studio, he programmed the drums, he did what he heard. kendrick met him earlier at the super bowl last year and said how much he was connected to him. he said, if you send me something, i'll try to use it. and he honored it. >> jimmy: wow, my daughter is working on -- my daughter is 2 1/2, but she's got a song, it's called "five little monkeys jumping on the bed." >> i love that song. who doesn't love that song? >> jimmy: let's look at this video, because this is unbelievable. how old is he in this video? >> he's 5. 5 years old. >> jimmy: kindergarten age, coming up with music for kendrick lamar. and how old is your younger son? >> he's vibing. you see that vibe? [ applause ] >> jimmy: and the other one? >> 2 years old.
>> jimmy: has he done anything work? does he have anything dropping anytime soon? >> not yet, but you never know. never know. >> jimmy: a new amigos track, maybe? >> you never know. >> jimmy: the first time i saw you perform was at the mtv video music awards. i was there in the audience, you weren't very well known at the time. i remember, you got a huge standing ovation, and i remember going, who is this person? it was unbelievable. it really was. >> thank you. >> jimmy: and then at the grammys, you won five. >> yeah, that was basically -- that was basically how i felt. that perfectly sums up the way i felt that whole night, right there. like, whoa. >> jimmy: encumbered really, is what it looks like there. that's pretty amazing. >> unbelievable. >> jimmy: so this is your first album in four years? >> it guess. you make an album, and then you
start to promote it. and then that takes a year. and then you go on tour for like two years. and then you come back and that was already three years, if you did your math. >> jimmy: right. >> then you come back and you're like, i got to make some more music, and it takes like eight months and then boom, it's four years, so it's not really -- >> jimmy: so let me rephrase it, this is your first album in four months. [ laughter and applause ] you need to slow it down. >> there you go. >> jimmy: track on this album. it's called "kill your mama." your son didn't help to produce that one, did he? >> no, he would never think that. but "kill your mama" is about how we're killing mother earth. that's what it's about. so when you hear the metaphor, it's really powerful. >> jimmy: i was listening to it today, you guys start talking about cocoa butter in the middle of the album.
>> i heard you have an affinity to cocoa butter. >> jimmy: i'm a recent convert to cocoa butter. d.j. khalid gave me a lot of cocoa butter. >> like a box? >> jimmy: a crate of cocoa butter. and i was like, what the hell, i put it on, and now every day i smell like milk duds. it's wonderful. i love it. >> i'm very proud of you for knowing and using cocoa butter. >> jimmy: i didn't even know it was a real thing. until -- i remembered it from songs like salt n pepa rapping about it. but cocoa butter, it's like cocoa. it's like being a chocolate bar. >> like a bean. you're like a little bean when you use it. >> jimmy: do you use a lot of cocoa butter yourself? >> i'm not an avid cocoa butter user, but i do enjoy it. and they also have lip balm, which is very good. >> jimmy: you support my use of cocoa butter, though? >> i do. and i like that you gravitated to my -- >> jimmy: i did. >> -- my skit about cocoa
butter, because one of the things that i did with the album is really creative, like these interstitial, these descriptions of what was coming ahead with the song, and really gave a deeper meaning than what the songs are talking about. this whole thing is a body of work. so cocoa butter leads into a song called "a girl can't be herself," which talks about how women are held to high standards of what beauty should be. >> jimmy: right. >> so it talks about how these guys are saying this girl and that's how it brings up the cocoa butter. >> jimmy: i was talking to some of the guys in my office like two weeks ago about you. i think i was looking at this album cover and talking about how you don't wear makeup anymore. if you have a face like this, you don't need to wear makeup ever. [ cheers and applause ] >> that's not true! i don't like that either. >> jimmy: you don't like that? what about cocoa butter, is that okay? >> you're good on the cocoa butter. look, you know how when you don't want to talk to somebody, you're like. no, i don't feel like that's the -- i feel like all women are
beautiful in the ways that we beautiful. we all have our unique ways of our own beauty and we should celebrate it. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's true. but in fairness, i do also want to encourage people to, again, look at this face. okay? >> thank you. >> jimmy: alicia keys, i hear you're going to sing for us next? >> that's right. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we'll be right back. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] you're going to sing for us next? >> that's right. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we'll be right back.
mmmm. shhhh. hey i'll share my yoplait custard if you share your yoplait dippers? deal. deal. mmmm. the family favorite. yoplait. >> jimmy: i'd like to thank kerry washington and apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time. "nightline" is next but first, her latest album is called "here," here with the song "illusion of bliss," alicia keys! ♪ ♪
♪ what would you know ♪ what would you do ♪ if you had no control over what you pursue ♪ you talk yourself ♪ tell yourself baby i'm better than this ♪ ♪ and all of the fighting ♪ i don't want to resist ♪ so we persist ♪ like a bottomless kiss ♪ an illusion of bliss ♪ an illusion of bliss ♪ so we persist ♪ like a bottomless kiss ♪ an illusion of bliss ♪ an illusion of bliss ♪ hey! ♪ ♪ live in a prison of blood and flesh and the easy way out is this high i confess ♪ ♪ so what you looking at ♪ what you wanna say ♪ you can't see me baby ♪ i don't want it no way ♪ so it persists ♪ like a bottomless kiss ♪ an illusion of bliss ♪ an illusion of bliss ♪ so it persists ♪ like a bottomless kiss
♪ an illusion of bliss ♪ an illusion of bliss ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ see my life ain't no easy road ♪ ♪ i don't know which way to go ♪ somebody see me when i can't see myself ♪ ♪ when somebody listen before i need help ♪ ♪ i'm sick of being judged ♪ sick of being sick ♪ tell me where's the love ♪ tired of being tricked ♪ sick of being high ♪ sick of being low ♪ sick of all the lies ♪ putting on a show ♪ so we persist ♪ so we persist ♪ ♪ like a bottomless kiss
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