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baldwin. have a good night. ♪ >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- alec baldwin, from disney's "beauty and the beast" luke evans, and music from tuxedo. and now, stay right where you are, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, everybody. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you for coming. [ cheers and applause ] thank you for not giving me up for lent. i appreciate that, too. today is ash wednesday.
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it's the first day of lent. this is the day you go to church and the priest puts ashes on your forehead. then you wear it the rest of the day to show everyone what a good person you are, i guess. somebody told me my mother is here and she has, i think she might put mascara on her head, like extra. to make sure that i can see it and to remind me that i didn't to go church today. working on hollywood boulevard, it is hard to tell who went to church and who just took off their filthy darth vader helmet. [ laughter ] guiller guillermo, are you giving up anything for lent? >> red meat, jimmy. >> jimmy: why are you giving up red meat? >> well, that's for lent. but it's not good for -- >> jimmy: partly for health reasons. okay. very good. i was thinking this morning what would i miss most? you're supposed to make a sacrifice. i think what i would miss most on like a daily basis is qtips. i love them so much. [ laughter ] i'm going to try to go cold turkey. i'm going to go tipless for 40 days, and then at like 6:00 a.m.
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on easter sunday i'm going to go nuts. [ laughter ] i'll tell you something -- [ applause ] thank you. that i'm certainly not giving up for lent. that is "dancing with the stars." sorry, god, but no way. season 245 of "dancing with the stars" is in the works. a fresh new crop of celebrity dancers was revealed to the world this morning on "good morning america." here are a few of the many brave stars who will sacrifice all to try to claim the coveted mirrored ball. ♪ >> jimmy: what is going on there? [ applause ] that was obviously mr. t, or as he may very well be known in four years if things keep going the way they have, president t. [ laughter ]
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he will be going up against 11 fools he pities. from the worlds of sports and entertainment. if i were mr. t, i would dance to the music of the a-team song every week. the producers of "dancing with the stars" said they've been trying to get mr. t on the show for years. really? how hard were they trying? [ laughter ] well, he didn't answer the phone again. so i guess we'll try again next year. anyway, it's exciting. i think it will be interesting to see chris kattan from "saturday night live." we've had winners who were athletes, singers, actors, reality show stars, but a comedian has never won "dancing with the stars." a comedian has never finished higher than fourth on "dancing with the stars." and i for one dream of a day when that glass ceiling is broken. i really do. [ laughter ] other competitors. you saw charo, olympic gymnast simone biles, bonner bolton who i have no idea who that is but he's competing. and the bachelor nick is going to take his talents to the dance floor. they say the best way you can help make a marriage happen is to immediately pair him with a half naked dancer from
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australia. but maybe nick will fall in love with mr. t. who knows what could happen this season? by the way, i noticed something. let's go through -- they pair these celebrities with professional dancers. i was reading some of the names. gleb shevchemko. macs chmerkovskiy, val chmerkovskiy. and artem chmitsov. i think i figured out where the leaks have been coming from. president trump, i found the hackers and they're on "dancing with the stars." they've been distracting us with their -- [ applause ] this is alarming. especially if you have young children. there is a company that makes a toy called a cloud pet. this is a high-tech stuffed animal. basically you can record a voice message and then the voice you record comes out of the stuffed animal. which sounds cute except it turns out to be not so secure. more than 800,000 accounts were
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reportedly very easy to hack into. someone noticed it and put parents on alert. who could have guessed giving a kid with a microphone connected to the internet in it had the potential to go wrong. but the company said none of the voice recordings were tapped into. which is good. but i have to say i'm not sure i believe that's true. >> now staying in touch is easy and fun with cloud pets. just record a message and send to the cloud. allowing you to send the message to the cloud pet. >> this is yako. i am cute. what is mommy's social security number? >> the cloud pet app uses bluetooth technology to send your messages. >> send me to melania as gift for little trump boy. >> best of all, they're always there to listen. >> tell me daddy's secrets. does he make naked sex? >> cloud pets. because you are never safe. >> jimmy: at least they're up front about that, i guess, huh? [ applause ] front about it, huh?
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this is -- for music fans, especially in the southwest. the coachella music festival is getting a new headliner. lady gaga will step in to fill the gap left by beyonce. beyonce had to bow out because as you know she's pregnant with twins. i don't know why beyonce's doctor thought it would be a bad idea for her to perform in the middle of the desert in front of 100,000 people on mushrooms while she was pregnant, but he did. for those of you in the country who aren't familiar with coachella, it is a huge gathering in the desert outside palm springs. it's basically a trader joe's set to music in a large open field. and it happens next -- the other headliner is radiohead. they're a great band. they will not get pregnant. based on what i'm told, it's impossible. this is an interesting demonstration. this is from china. a kung fu master put on a exhibition of what i'm not exactly sure. but he claims this is a cure for erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation. >> hi! hi! hi!
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>> hi! hi! >> jimmy: yeah. i'd try that. it looks like fun. it's a move that you do on "dancing with the stars." someone should show that move to donald trump to let him know you do not mess with china. this is another item our president should look into. according to an investigation done by the nbc news team in washington, d.c., almost 100 federal employees, these are people who work for the government. they've either been caught or admitted to watching pornography at work. which i don't know. 100 seems low, actually, to me. one federal worker admitted to spending six hours a day looking at images and videos. he said -- and i'm assuming he's
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a he because he's definitely a he. [ laughter ] but he said he did this for several years. an employee at the federal railroad administration said he browsed pornographic websites 252 hours in one year. which is equivalent to 31 eight-hour workdays. all day. that is nuts. so we thought this might be fertile ground for our pedestrian question. we went on the street this afternoon. we asked people, have you ever watched pornography at work. the way it goes, you will see someone introduce himself or herself and then based on that introduction we'll try to determine if they seem like the sort of person who would do this, or at least admit they did this at work. okay? let's begin. >> what is your name and where are you from? >> my name is morli and i'm from norway. >> morli, have you ever watched pornography at work? >> jimmy: has morty -- [ laughter ] wow! like an attack on the norwegians. let's find out. [ laughter ] >> no. i don't think so. >> you don't think so? >> no, i haven't.
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>> jimmy: "i don't think so" means i think so. [ laughter ] yeah. let's meet our next contestant. >> what is your name and where are you from? >> i'm a motivational speaker and i'm from new jersey. >> have you ever watched pornography at work? >> jimmy: is his tie -- is his tie on backwards? all right. what do you think? let's ask him. >> hell, no. i watch it at home. >> where do you work from? >> from home. >> jimmy: all right. we got him on a technicality. let's look at another one. >> what's your name and where are you from? >> hi. my name is juan from augusta, maine. >> and juan, have you ever watched pornography at work? >> jimmy: has juan from maine done that? he has jesus on his shirt but he also has a nose ring. so it's really hard to -- all right. let's see. juan? >> all the time. >> where do you work? >> oh, man. at a bus station.
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>> jimmy: he works at a bus station. nothing sadder than watching porn at a bus station. who do we have next? >> what is your name and where are you from? >> i'm jamie, and i'm from highland, utah. >> okay. and have you ever watched pornography at work? >> jimmy: all right. jamie, utah. not a chance, right? all right. >> no. >> where do you work? >> at a school. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's good. wait until summer break and catch up. all right. >> what's your name and where are you from? >> valerie. i'm from los angeles, california. >> and have you ever watched pornography at work? >> jimmy: how do we feel about valerie? all the women are saying no. okay. let's find out. >> yes. >> where do you work? >> at -- i can't tell you that. i can't tell you where i work. >> what kind of work?
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at a telecommunications center. a call center. >> at&t. >> no. >> sprint. >> maybe. maybe. i don't work there no more. >> she cracked under pressure. all right. thank you, valerie. thanks to everyone for playing. we have to take a break. when we come back, when we come back i'll share what might be the greatest scene from any soap opera ever. so stick around. we'll be right back. >> announcer: abc's "jimmy kimmel live," brought to you by at&t. -changer. so now the whole family can binge,... ...surf, shop, navigate, listen, game, stream and more. all without the hassle of worrying about overages... ...or running out of data. it's less than $40 per line per month with 4 lines.
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♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back to the show. alec baldwin, luke evans, and music from tuxedo.
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and zeke one and mayer hawthorne on the way. i don't know if any of you are in the market for a preowned vehicle. if you are, you can own the car tupac was shot in. this is it. it's a 1996 bmw once owned by suge knight. that is what it looks like from the rear. and it can be yours for the low price of only $1.5 million. i don't know. all things considered, i think i would rather have a car that tupac wasn't shot in. he was shot in the car. to me that's -- the only reason to buy that car is if your dream is to be the creepiest uber driver ever. [ laughter ] speaking of uber. the ceo of uber -- i don't know if you saw this. his name is travis kalanick. he got in an argument with a driver from his own company that apparently recognized him. this happened on super bowl sunday. the video just came out. here's a bit of it. this is exactly -- i think this is just the kind of behavior you'd expect from a guy named travis. >> i lost money several thousand dollar because of you. i bankrupt because of you.
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yes, yes. you keep changing every day. >> what have i -- >> you keep changing. >> hold on a second. what have i changed about black? >> you changed the whole business. >> what? >> you dropped the prices. >> on black? >> yes. >> bull [ bleep ]. >> $20. how much is the mile now? 2.75? >> you know what? >> what? >> some people don't like to take responsibility for their own -- >> i take responsibility. >> they blame everything on somebody else. >> town car. >> good luck. >> good luck to you too. but i know you don't get to go far. >> jimmy: it was like the most uncomfortable episode of "undercover boss" ever. the funny part is the driver after travis the boss left he gave him a one-star rating. [ laughter ] it's going to make the company holiday party very tense this year. so then the ceo apologized for his behavior. and he's rightfully been shamed for doing this. but to me the most embarrassing part of the video isn't the argument with the driver. it's before the argument with
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the driver he was dancing around in the back seat. like that is the -- that's the hillary clinton shimmy he's doing right back there. [ laughter ] to me, that's the more egregious offense. it really is. anyway, at the very least it's good to know your uber driver is taping you in the car. all right? time now for something fun. soap operas are kind of a dying breed in the united states. there aren't many left. but in new zealand, this is from a show in new zealand called "shortland street." and i don't know much about the show itself. but what i do know is a hell of a cliff-hanger when i see one. >> awesome house. where's your room? >> upstairs. maybe this is a mistake. >> you said your dad is at golf. >> he's not at golf. >> hey, dad, this is lily. >> hi. >> go home, please, lily. >> what? why? >> goodbye, lily.
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>> bye. >> no. >> see you tomorrow. >> that was rude. >> rude? i'll show you rude. this tablet is still synced to your phone. please tell me that is not your penis! ♪ >> jimmy: wow. does anyone else have goosebumps? [ applause ] i can't take the suspense. i don't know. i want to know. this is a show i would love to bring to american television. guillermo, wouldn't it be great to have a show like that here? >> i agree with you, jimmy. >> jimmy: if we did that show, which part would you play? >> the girl. >> jimmy: we need to get you a wig for sure. >> oh, i have a wig. >> jimmy: you have a wig. so maybe we should give it a try. >> all right. let's give it a try. >> jimmy: you put the wig on. i'll play the teenage boy. and who should we get to play the dad? >> how about me? alec baldwin.
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>> jimmy: yeah, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] that's a very good idea. that's great. this is perfect. i'm glad you happened to be back there. [ cheers and applause ] >> all right. well, fortunately we have a set here. let's do this, shall we? all right. very good. ♪ wait. you've got to go to action. you have to do action first. [ laughter ] wait for somebody to yell action. we'll get it right. don't worry. ♪ >> awesome house that you have here. where is your room? >> jimmy: upstairs. maybe this is a mistake. >> your dad is at golf? >> jimmy: we're supposed to stand here, guillermo. my daddy's at golf?
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>> your dad is at golf? >> jimmy: oh, no, no. >> he's not at golf. >> jimmy: there he is. hey, dad. this is lily. >> hi. >> go home, please, lily. >> why? >> goodbye, lily. >> bye? >> no. >> there is always tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: now that was rude. >> rude? i'll show you rude. this tablet is still synced to your iphone. >> yeah? >> please tell me that is not your penis. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: wow, thank you, guillermo. that's very sweet. alec baldwin, everybody. and you're welcome, america.
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[ cheers and applause ] tonight on the show, music from tuxedo. luke evans is here. we'll be right back with alec. >> announcer: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by xyzal. be wise, all, try xyzal.
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>> jimmy: did you get her something for her birthday this year? >> i did. >> jimmy: what did you get her? >> a little top from lululemon. >> jimmy: you got her a top from lululem
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back to the show. tonight, from the forthcoming movie "beauty and the beast," luke evans is here. then their new album -- this is coming out on march 24th. it's a collaboration between jake one and mayor hawthorne. it's called "tuxedo ii." tuxedo from the mercedes-benz stage. tomorrow night on the show president george w. bush will be here. adam pally will be here. and again, they're not performing together. they will be here individually.
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our first guest is one of a very few men to have hosted a game show and been nominated for an academy award -- it's really just him and bob barker, who got nominated for "happy gill more," i think. yeah? on march 31st, he gives voice to an infant in "the boss baby." please welcome alec baldwin. [ cheers and applause ] can i tell you something really quickly? you came out and you said where do i go? i never know where to go either when i'm on a talk show. i'm always a little bit confused even though clearly there's an empty seat there for you. >> but you notice people don't -- when you do this, you're here. and they're kind of up. so you either talk to you or you go, the hell with it and you're like this with the audience. it's weird. so you talk to the audience. which do you do? >> jimmy: i think you have to do both.
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>> i need a neck brace. i'm sore. >> jimmy: you'll be okay. i'll give you a little rub later in the show. do you give anything up for lent? is that something that you do? >> it's indicative of who you are. people reflect back to you who you are when they tell you what you should give up for lent. i'll say to my wife, what should i give up for lent? and my wife is like, "complaining." [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: in sharing that story, you're kind of complaining. >> come on! >> jimmy: you won't do anything. will you give anything up? >> i try from time to time. you're catholic. >> jimmy: yeah, i am. >> so am i. and i try to think of things 37. like years ago, i would say give up cursing. and saying bad words. i do pretty well. then you look at something and -- even jesus would say under these circumstances.
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[ laughter ] he'd be really freaked out. the guy steals your parking lot. you're like -- [ applause ] >> jimmy: i'm sure you hear it all the time but i love it when you do president trump. i think it's the greatest. i really do. [ cheers and applause ] it's so good. >> i never in my life would say, i never imitated him. or had anything to -- lorne called me and said do you want to do this? no. i don't want to be trump on tv. anytime you have any mimicry, it is usually someone you appreciate. they said to me trump. and i didn't hate trump but i don't want to do that. and tina and lorne kind of pushed me. you've seen "snl." the moment the stage monitor takes me to my mark for the first dress rehearsal at 8:00, i had no idea what i was going to do. >> jimmy: really? >> the moment i walked out, i said eyebrow out. i tried to stick my face out. i was in the make-up room. they're putting my wig on. and literally it was a scene
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from like a mental hospital. [ laughter ] i'm sitting there the whole time going "china. china." again and again. it sort of becomes -- so you don't think about it. >> jimmy: i'm shocked by that. i figured it was something you'd been doing. >> that's what he i should say. i worked on it for months. >> jimmy: no. it's even more impressive it wasn't in your wheelhouse. >> i didn't really know. there is a guy on the internet. it's interesting how there are people who, now that he's not going to the white house correspondents dinner, there are people who are lobbying to play trump at the white house correspondents' dinner. >> jimmy: you are not one of those people? >> i wouldn't say i'm not lobbying. but people say would you do it? and there are a couple of guys on the internet who say oh, please, i'm the only man who should play trump. there's a lot of trump competition. you get sucked into this. >> jimmy: no one will top you on this. >> tell these guys. they say i suck. >> jimmy: no one even knows who they are. >> i can't say bad words because i gave it up for lent.
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[ applause ] but this one guy is lobbying. >> jimmy: it should be whoever the president hates seeing doing it the most. and that's undoubtedly you. wouldn't you love to be in that room with him watching you do him and how mad that must make him? >> people say, what was your whole gag? and you know as well as i do, because you're very funny, that you can kind of suggest the voice or suggest the way they look. but you've got to try to think of who he is. and i've said this countless times. to me trump was someone who -- he's always searching for a stronger better word and he never finds it. so whenever you do trump you go, these people, they're great people, they're fantastic people, and i just want to say working with them was. [ laughter ] and then he goes -- a fantastic experience. >> jimmy: he needs a thesaurus. >> president roget. >> jimmy: he's a very limited
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thesaurus. >> he's a pamphlet thesaurus. >> jimmy: do you fear -- i guess you the don't run into the president. >> i'm with my assistant at dean & deluca in manhattan getting a cup of coffee. i run into tony kushner. the playwright. there's all this stuff churning into the media. and tony kushner turns and says is this your taster? like he's going to try to rub me out. >> jimmy: i don't think he'll do that. in a way you're safer now. he would be the first suspect if you were to be, if you were to be killed, i would start an investigation and start right at the top. >> let me just do another season of "match game" so i can leave my kids some money. >> jimmy: you have to get the trump family on match game. >> you're having a second child. >> jimmy: two older children. i have a 2-year-old child and my wife is knocked up with another one. how is that going for you? you have three little kids. >> we have a 3 1/2-year-old, a 1 1/2-year-old, and a 5-month-old, and from 5:00 in the morning to 8:00 in the morning our bed in our bedroom it's like a barber shop. i'm like next, come in here
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please. and they get in the bed and tell us what they want, what they want for breakfast and how they feel about everything. then they're done. all right. next, come in here, please. this one's up at 5:00. this one's up at 6:00. >> jimmy: this is what your wife's talking about with the complaining. >> but i'm not saying -- it's a beautiful thing. [ applause ] >> jimmy: speaking of children, i think there's a point in your life where you realize your children, their primary purpose is to make fun of you. i think you've reached that point. i have a photo that your daughter ireland posted online. she put this on her instagram feed. [ laughter ] this is -- what is this? >> i think it speaks for itself. i was doing a lot of adult films up in chatsworth back then. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what year was this? >> this was when i was doing a television pilot in l.a. what i love, look at that hair. like a french pastry. all the swirls. >> jimmy: i wonder if the bandana will ever come back as a
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style? >> my daughter posted them on her instagram? >> jimmy: she did, yeah. >> oh! i've got pictures i can post of her, let me tell you. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: we're going to take a break. when we come back, we'll talk about "the boss baby." an animated film in which i play your dad. >> yes. >> jimmy: unbelievable. it was meant to be. alec baldwin is here. we'll be right back. you are whimsical, vibrant, statement making. you stand out in a crowd. and are pulled together. you follow your own lead and show your strength. always comfortable in your own skin. we see what makes you unique. so we have something for everyone, at a price that's just right for you. maxx you. maxx life. t.j.maxx that newly listede bank and wait ranch will be gone. a mortgage, or, you could push that button. [dong] [rocket launching] skip the bank. get approved in minutes.
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your parents all work for puppyco. have you learned anything from them? >> yes. sure did. >> triplets, let's go. >> a. >> b. >> c. >> d. >> what have you learned from puppies? >> i love puppies. >> no, jimbo, puppies are evil. stacy, read back the notes. >> i can't read. what's it say? >> this is my team? a musclehead, a bunch of yes men, and a doodler? >> exactly. >> put the cookie down. cookies are for closers. >> aw. it's like they're having their own little meeting. >> this is so humiliating. >> jimmy: that is alec baldwin in "boss baby." it comes out march 31st. i have to say, i was very tickled when they asked me to do that movie and they said you were going to be the voice of the baby. i thought, that's great.
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>> this is my "citizen kane." this is my "lawrence of arabia." [ applause ] this is the greatest movie of my life. >> jimmy: it is a great movie. but this is a movie that your children can now enjoy. usually they can't watch your stuff. >> yeah. >> jimmy: have your kids seen any of your animated stuff and do they even understand what's going on? >> my daughter carmen just started watching -- i did "rise of the guardians" for dreamworks. she started watching that. she thinks it is fun. her favorite thing is she knows i play trump. my little daughter says, are you going to work and play donald trump? i'm like yes, i am. and she says donald trump -- and she says it with the inflection like it's evil. she goes, "donald trump eats mcdonald's." he's a communist. she's very funny. >> jimmy: you hosted the oscars. what year was that? >> in 2010 i did it with steve. >> jimmy: and afterwards, did you feel like it was a positive experience?
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>> as you know, it's an unusual experience. because you're in the house and you're on tv and the oscars are beamed out to countless oscar parties in people's homes. that's one thing. the oscars in the room is a little bit different. as somebody on your staff pointed out, by the time you get down to the end of the evening you're in a room full of 10 winners and 250 losers. it's like being at otb. a lot of losers there who were r. a little miffed. but the thing i loved about it, sincerely. we would take a break and i would bolt down the stairs of the room and say hi. bill macy, this one, that one, my friends. a person would corner me, some guy who was like 80. he would say, i want to thank you very much for agreeing with all your valuable time to host the oscars. my name is don griffin and i was the stunt coordinator on "she wore a yellow ribbon." and he names an old movie. i'd be like oh, my god. then next break the woman would go, "hello. i'm so grateful to you for taking time out of your busy schedule to host the oscars.
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my name is miriam hathaway. and i was the script supervisor on vertigo." and they all had some connection to the business from the old days. and this was their -- >> jimmy: can i tell you something about my experience with the show? no one thanked me for doing it at all. [ laughter ] not one person. not one old person kim up. [ applause ] and thanked me for this! >> one, two, three -- [ audience yells "thank you" ]. >> the boss baby, march 31st. we'll be right back with luke evans. [ cheers and applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you know our next guest from "girl on a train" and the "fast & furious" franchise, too. his next stop is as gaston, the unfortunate third wheel in the new live action disney movie "beauty and the beast." it opens in theaters march 17th. please welcome luke evans. [ cheers and applause ]
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very good to have you here. correct me if i'm wrong but i heard you flew in from shanghai. >> we did. yes. last night. >> jimmy: how long is that flight from shanghai? >> i think about 11 hours. but you land two hours earlier than you take off. so you go back in time a little bit. >> jimmy: because of the time difference. so are you okay? >> i'm fine. sleeping tablet. >> jimmy: you won't say anything that will be career-ending? >> possibly. i am welsh. we have a bit of a problem. >> jimmy: catherine zeta-jones was here last night. >> i love that woman. >> jimmy: what's it like to be from wales? >> that's a weighted question. >> jimmy: have you seen "beauty and the beast," this live action version? >> i have seen it. >> jimmy: with an audience yet? >> we saw it in longdon. my family came up from wales. they let them up for the night. >> jimmy: how many in your family came to see it?
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>> about 14 of them. >> jimmy: wow. that's quite a group. >> it was great. we got to see it with an audience. because we've only been watching it in screenings with just the cast and the crew and stuff. and people were clapping after the numbers like a live show. >> jimmy: because it's a musical. >> yeah. they clapped after the gaston number. it's a huge production number. >> jimmy: is this the first musical you've been in? >> on screen, yes. because i have a musical screen background. i did nine years on the boards in the west end of london. >> jimmy: oh, really? when did you start doing that? how old were you when you started singing in front of people? >> oh, in front of people. i was about 10 i think. >> jimmy: 10. >> yes. i come from a little village in south wales. a very small place. we used to have these competitions. they'd be in rugby clubs. working men's clubs basically. they used to have competitions. when i was 10 i remember going to do one. and the pianist, his name was byron. you got money for it. i won it, actually. but we turned up and he had two fingers missing. and he was the pianist.
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so "danny boy," which my number, my winning number, was missing a lot of important chords. [ laughter ] so my training was fantastic. but i got 500 quid for it. >> jimmy: wow. that's a lot of money. >> that's a lot of money for a 10-year-old. >> jimmy: i wonder what the eight-fingered pianist got for playing along with you. >> i think he's still doing it. his day job -- you have to know what his day job was. he was a pest control guy. >> jimmy: he was. >> and we found out he lost his fingers in a rat trap. >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. the rats must have been laughing their asses off. [ laughter ] in a rat trap? >> let's not get into it. >> jimmy: i won't go into it. into his deformity. anyway, back to disney movie. [ laughter ] >> back to family film. >> jimmy: before you -- i assume you auditioned for a movie like this? is that how it works? >> i did. i had to go sing for bill
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condon. >> jimmy: the director of the film? >> the director of the movie. he wanted to see everybody. i saw a lot of people going in and out before me. >> jimmy: so before you do that, do you watch the animated version? the original version of "beauty and the beast." >> i did. >> jimmy: and have that in your head. >> i watched it with my godchildren. i sort of forgot the track of gaston. it is a brilliant role. he's a bit of a monster but he's funny and you laugh at him. >> jimmy: he is a funny monster. >> you go on these auditions you're feeling very self-conscious, you're not very good at something and you try to cover it up. but this one i knew i could do it. i can sing this track and i'm going to blow him away. he sat literally as close as you. >> jimmy: do you stand when you sing? >> yeah of course. >> jimmy: so he's just sitting there this close to you. >> literally. and i'm standing in front of him like this singing out gaston, my number. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: why would he do that? >> he was trying to intimidate me. >> jimmy: was he really? >> no, he's not that kind of person. but i intimidated him.
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that was the point. >> jimmy: he's down here. of course. that's unbelievable. so you make this movie. and josh gad is in the movie. he's very funny. >> he's very funny. >> jimmy: and you have all these magical little things that happen in the film which has to be a lot of fun to see. >> yeah. it's crazy. most of the magic you see in the finished project, you never see it when you're shooting it. it's like a polystyrene ball or -- >> jimmy: we all know how it works. this is not a group of dummies right here. we know what's going on. we're out buying our girlfriend tops, you name it. [ cheers and applause ] >> sorry. >> jimmy: is it true that you have a group of fans, and i think this is, when you really have something when your fans give themselves a name. >> they do, yeah. they call themselves the luke-a-teers. because i was a musketeer in a movie i did a few years back. >> jimmy: and the other two,
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none of their fans call themselves anything-eteers. >> i have no clue. but mine are the luke-a-teers. >> jimmy: do they follow you around? >> yeah. they're in airports. they're very nice. >> jimmy: is there a headquarters where they gather? >> i think it's called twitter. >> jimmy: you don't have conventions? like luke-a-teer meeting groups? >> maybe one day. when i have no career left. >> jimmy: you can stand there and sing to them when they're really close to you. it will be fantastic. >> i can totally do that. >> jimmy: well, congratulations on the movie. it came out really great. "beauty and the beast." it opens in theaters march 17th. that's luke evans, everybody. we'll be right back with tuxedo! >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing.
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♪ >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. >> jimmy: i want to thank alec baldwin, luke evans and apologize to matt damon. we ran out of time. "nightline" is next, but first, their new album is called "tuxedo ii." here with the song "second time around," tuxedo!
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ second time around hey, second time around second time around ho, second time around ♪ ♪ second time around hey, second time around second time around ho, second time around ♪ ♪ second time around hey, second time around second time around oh, second time around ♪ ♪ second time around hey, second time around second time around ho, second time around ♪ ♪ i think it's gonna be better the second time around i think it's gonna be better ♪ ♪ we can work it out we can work it out oh ♪ ♪ i felt a super sensation from the second i laid eyes on you ♪ ♪ never gave into temptation
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'cause i didn't want to lose my cool ♪ ♪ then the sparks they flew nothing we could do but the aftershock was much too strong ♪ ♪ if we start as friends build it up again maybe we can make it through longer lasting, brand new ♪ ♪ i think it's gonna be better the second time around i think it's gonna be better ♪ ♪ we can work it out we can work it out ♪ ♪ i think it's gonna be better the second time around i think it's gonna be better ♪ ♪ we can work it out we can work it out oh ♪
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♪ i had my standard rotation i was satisfied to get back to forget about our relation ♪ ♪ keep it pushin' down the avenue then a late night call mixed with alcohol ♪ ♪ reconnected right where we left off if we start as friends build it up again ♪ ♪ maybe we can make through longer lasting, brand new ♪ ♪ i think it's gonna be better the second time around i think it's gonna be better ♪ ♪ we can work it out we can work it out ♪ ♪ i think it's gonna be better the second time around i think it's gonna be better ♪ ♪ we can work it out we can work it out oh ♪ ♪ second time around hey, second time around second time around ho, second time around ♪ ♪ second time around hey, second
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time around second time around oh, second time around ♪ ♪ i think it's gonna be better the second time around i think it's gonna be better ♪ ♪ we can work it out we can work it out ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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this is "nightline." >> tonight, extreme detox. new age daredevils getting all hopped up on frog poison to cleanse their impurities. >> i felt like superwoman. >> we're in the deepest, darkest jungles of peru on the hunt for the fabled amazon tree frog, extracting its toxin believed by some to be a natural remedy, and putting it to the test. >> my eyes feel like they're about to jump out of their sockets. plus 15 years after of this fling on "friends" -- >> my god, this is the most comfortable couch i've ever sat in in my entire life. >> alec baldwin and lisa kudrow are together again in the animated feature "the boss baby." >> who are you? >> let's just say i'm the boss. >> love conquers all. don't you think? >> no,

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