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i'm happy to have -- i'm happy you're here. i mean, really. do you have any idea how embarrassing it would be if i walked out on stage and no one was here? [ laughter ] so thank you for coming. we have a lot to cover tonight. gwyneth paltrow is here. ryan adams is here. [ cheers and applause ] sean "diddy" combs is with us. and we will have a chat with one of the most curious and dare i say annoying "bachelorette" contestants in quite some time. lucas yancey, aka the whaboom guy, will join us to chat about being whabooted off the show tonight. [ laughter ] here's an interesting piece of "bachelorette" trivia. i learned this today. according to "us weekly," so you know it's true, bachelorette rachel used to date kevin durant of the golden state warriors. that's right. the star of "the bachelorette" dated the star of the nba finals. here at abc we call that synergy. [ laughter ] but it was supposedly a pretty serious relationship. they dated in college, they both went to texas, but ultimately you can't tie a guy like kevin durant down. he needs to be free to go where he's needed least. and that's -- [ laughter ] but it's very interesting because the way it's shaping up rachel and kevin could both get
rings this year, which would be very sweet. [ laughter ] [ applause ] did you watch the game last night? this has turned out to be not so great a series. the warriors clobbered the cavaliers again. beat them by 19 points. they won the first game by 22 points. i'm hoping the next few games are closer. if i wanted to see a bunch of blowouts i'd watch fox news, folks. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] [ rimshot ] the thing about being a drummer, it's all about timing. you know? [ laughter ] golden state is now up two games to none, which is bad news for the cavaliers. no team has come back from two games down in the finals since -- last year, i guess. [ laughter ] and not only do the cavs have to deal with the realities of facing an all-star opponent. they have to deal with dumb questions too. lebron james last night after the game a reporter asked lebron if he thinks the cavaliers -- keep in mind, they're down 2-0. it's a best of seven series.
he asked if they now have to win on their home court. >> do you have to defend home court? >> well, i mean, are you a smart guy? i think so, right? so if we don't defend home court, what happens? i'm asking you. >> well, yeah. >> all right. so that answered your question. [ applause ] >> jimmy: i don't blame him. our very own guillermo was in oakland for what's known as media day. this is the event at which traditionally lebron refuses to speak to guillermo, right? >> guillermo: right, jimmy. >> jimmy: well, i'm not going to ask whether he spoke to you this year. but do you know why he won't speak to you? >> guillermo: he think i'm going to make fun of him. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> guillermo: yeah. >> jimmy: interesting. not only did guillermo conduct interviews in oakland he was the subject of some interviews too. >> one of the guys that has certainly stolen the show over the years is guillermo from "jimmy kimmel live." we caught up with him to get his thoughts on why this is such a big day for him.
>> i just want to see a good series. yeah. game 7 and good series. >> guillermo, what do you love most about covering the media day? >> having fun with everybody. and all the ladies too. [ cheers and applause ] >> guillermo: i love ladies, jimmy. >> jimmy: we'll have guillermo's whole report from media day wednesday night on our game 3 special in prime time. president trump, by the way, i don't know if you've been following this. he's been tweeting again, which is always good. [ laughter ] you know how the trump administration kept insisting that his travel ban wasn't a travel ban, they've been saying this for months? well, at 6:25 this morning the president weighed in on that himself. he wrote, "people, the lawyers and the courts can call it whatever they want but i am calling it what we need, and what it is, a travel ban." [ laughter ] it's like the last five minutes of an episode of "law & order: svu" where the murderer tells mariska hargitay everything. it was a travel ban all along. [ laughter ] but here's the thing.
it's very simple to follow if you really want to follow it. on the campaign trail it was a ban. when the president signed it, it wasn't a ban. when he was asked about what he signed, it was a ban. when the courts challenged it, it wasn't a ban. and then when he tweeted about it from the bathroom this morning, it was a ban again. okay? [ laughter ] he's been very consistent on this. [ cheers and applause ] and of course this -- when you think about it on a human level, this has to be maddening for white house stress secretary sean spicer. [ laughter ] this is a guy, he specifically went out in front of the press and insisted that this was not a travel ban. >> first of all, it's not a travel ban. >> jimmy: and now trump is in all caps saying it is a travel ban. and i can only imagine how sean spicer reacted when he read that tweet from his boss this morning. i imagine it went something like this. ♪ >> something that the white house is actually doing. donald trump comes out and undermines what they're saying. for example, sean spicer, when he said this is not a muslim
ban, this is not a travel ban, and then the president tweets he wants his travel ban and he doesn't even like the watered-down one that jeff sessions, his attorney general, was proposing. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: don't worry, it will all be over very soon. meanwhile, megyn kelly started her new show last night with an interview of vladimir putin in which putin denied meddling in our election. you know, actually, i think we need to use a different word because meddling is -- meddling's how scooby doo catches people pretending to be ghosts. [ laughter ] it doesn't apply to this situation. anyway, putin told her he hasn't seen any direct proof of russian interference in the u.s. presidential election. so there you go. that settles that. [ laughter ] he said he thinks our lives must be very boring because we're making up all this stuff about trump and russia and the election. there's one particularly revealing moment when megyn kelly pressed him about what kind of information he may or may not have on our president.
>> there have been questions in america about donald trump's finances. he hasn't released his tax returns. there have been questions about this secret russian dossier which he says is fake but which purports to have blackmail information in it generated by the russians. there have been questions about the communications between the kremlin and the trump campaign. all of which has americans asking, do you have something damaging on our president? >> translator: no, i don't. that is silly. the media is making up stories. they are bored. it's ridiculous. i don't have anything damaging on president trump. except for the hotel pee-pee tapes. [ cheers and applause ] i have 10 which i watch every night before bed. >> jimmy: all right. now it makes sense. today is an important day for the environment. remember the environment, that green and blue thing in the background of your instagram photos? well, today is world environment
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>> probably when i was like 16 in high school before i came out, i don't know. maybe going to barnes & noble with my family. >> the straightest thing i've ever done? i went to the dodgers game last night. that was pretty much the straightest thing. i didn't really know what was going on. >> the straightest. okay. probably baled hay. >> i've never done anything straight. [ laughter ] >> what is the straightest thing you've ever done? >> the straightest? dated a girl. >> what's the gayest thing you've ever done? >> [ bleep ] a guy. >> high five. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: happy pride month to all. we have to take a break. when we come back from the break, we will get into tonight's episode of "the bachelorette" and meet the whaboomer himself.
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>> jimmy: welcome back to our show. sean "diddy" combs, music from ryan adams and gwyneth paltrow are all on the way. first we're going to dive into tonight's edition of "the bachelorette." we're up to episode 3. a crazy thing happened tonight. the third episode of the season rachel found the guy she wants to marry and it's over. they said that's it. it's done. bring on "dancing with the stars." [ laughter ] but no. rachel still has 18 guys to go through. one of the men she sent home tonight was fred who, this is interesting. he's had a crush on rachel since they were in school together, since they were kids. you know what they say. the only thing more humiliating than getting rejected by your grade school crush is getting
rejected by that grade school crush on a television show in front of millions of people. [ laughter ] that happened to him. rachel also sent demario away for a second time. last week we learned that demario had a girlfriend. he came back and begged for another chance. rachel said no. you cannot be dating another woman while i'm out here making out with 18 different guys at once. [ laughter ] it wouldn't be right. so he's gone. and also gone, blake and lucas. lucas is the guy who repeatedly says this -- >> whaaaaaabooooooom! >> whaaaaaabooooom! >> whaaaaaaaboooooom! >> whaaaaabooooom! >> jimmy: i don't know why either. [ laughter ] i really don't. but let's find out. joining us live now from whaboom headquarters, newly rejected bachelor lucas yancey. hello, lucas.
[ cheers and applause ] >> hello, jimmy! >> jimmy: how are you? >> better than ever, my friend. doing great. >> jimmy: let me ask you, how do you wind up on "the bachelorette" in the first place? >> good question. >> jimmy: thank you. >> jimmy. as always. you know, the producers brought me in. i had an interview, of course. and towards the end of the interview they kind of asked me, you know, do you have any special skills. and of course i was like, yeah, i've got a few things in my belt. and i said i could do some juggling. and i had an ace ventura impression they really loved. >> jimmy: really? they loved it? [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: do a little bit of it so we can get a sense of what they saw. >> okay. so jimmy, i'm going to need you to just say "ventura," and then i'll get after it. >> jimmy: all right. [ laughter ]
>> ready? >> jimmy: you know what? forget it. it's okay. [ cheers and applause ] >> come on, jimmy. >> jimmy: all right. i'll do it. do i say it like i'm asking you a question or i'm meeting you like oh, there he is? >> or like "ventura." >> jimmy: i'm not going to do it. >> all right. say ventura. ready? >> jimmy: ventura. >> yes? yes, satan? oh, i'm sorry you -- sounded like somebody else. is that the tank? all righty, then. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right. >> that's my best. >> jimmy: you wowed them with an impression from a movie that came out 25 years ago.
[ laughter ] and what is the origin of whaboom? when did you start whabooming? >> i've been whabooming since the womb. >> jimmy: did it catch on like you hoped it would? because i know you came right out of the gate saying whaboom and i guess in hopes that it would become like a thing. did it catch on in the way you were hoping? >> you know, it caught on in the way that i was hoping, but of course there's always haters and lovers. you can relate to that, right, jim? >> jimmy: yeah, sure. >> kind of like this -- love, hate -- >> jimmy: so in tonight's episode you said something i want to ask you about. you said this about your arch-rival, blake. >> i know there were some things said from like blake. i think he just doesn't like me. >> why? >> i don't know if like he has a crush on me. i mean the other night he was over my bed, you know, peeling a banana.
and he was like looking at me like this. i woke up, and i was like, why? why is this? >> okay. >> yeah. >> is this real or is this a joke? >> no, that happened. >> did he finish the banana? >> he might have. >> okay. >> jimmy: so then rachel confronted blake and he denied this totally. did you really wake up in the middle of the night and see him eating a banana over you? >> you know, it either happened or it was a nightmare. but you know, blake following me around and, you know, just getting after me as you see in the episodes, it's just like -- >> jimmy: so you made that story up or it was just a fantasy -- [ laughter ] >> it was a bad dream. it was a bad dream. >> jimmy: well, blake was very upset. and, well, here's what happened after that. >> what up, lucas? >> what's up, man? >> i just want to say [ bleep ]
you, bro. you're a piece of [ bleep ]. you're here for the wrong reasons. i got drug into your [ bleep ]. i see right through you. i know why you're here. and it kills me -- >> why am i here? >> you're here to be on [ bleep ] tv. >> and why is that? >> because you are a wannabe comedian. you're a washed up joke. i can't help but feel like if you weren't here i would have had a real shot at getting to know rachel but because you were too busy whabooming and making a joke out of this experience i'm going home. you win, lucas. whaboom. >> yeah. [ applause ] >> jimmy: lucas. do you think it was your fault that blake got eliminated? >> i think it was blake's fault that i got eliminated. >> jimmy: well, i don't think gandhi would like any of this at all, i tell you. [ laughter ] what is next for the whaboom guy? tell us, what's your plan going forward? besides of course you've got to be on "bachelor in paradise." that seems predetermined.
but besides that what else? >> it's a given. no, you know, to be honest it's -- this whole whaboom thing, you know, this shirt as you can see, maybe i'll take off the jacket just to -- >> jimmy: it's a great-looking shirt. [ laughter ] >> give you a little bit of the gun show. you know what i mean? jimmy, you know what i'm talking about. you've got some guns under that jacket. >> jimmy: yes. [ cheers ] >> no. it's -- i'm selling these shirts and all the proceeds and all the profit is actually going to charity. >> jimmy: those are going to fly off the shelves. i have no doubt. [ laughter ] hey, do you remember whazzup? you remember that word? >> whazzup! >> jimmy: you'd be better off making t-shirts that say that, i have a feeling. thank you, lucas. [ cheers and applause ] that was lucas from "the bachelor." tonight on the show we have -- it gets better from here. we have music from ryan adams. sean "diddy" combs is here. we'll be right back with gwyneth
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>> jimmy: welcome back to the show. tonight, he's a rapper, a vodka impresario and the subject of a new documentary called "can't stop won't stop: a bad boy's story." sean "diddy" combs is with us. [ cheers and applause ] you know, every time sean is here on the show i introduce him with a different name. that's how we keep it fresh. [ laughter ] then this is his latest album. it's called "prisoner." ryan adams from the mercedes-benz stage. [ cheers and applause ] you can see ryan live june 20th at red rocks amphitheater up in colorado. we have a lot going on this week. we have new shows in late night with michael keaton, mandy moore, jerrod carmichael, brazilian soccer sensation neymar jr. will be here. i'll take on the kid who won the
scripps national spelling bee. and we will have music from charlie wilson featuring robin thicke and bebe rexha featuring lil wayne. and, on top of that, we are back in primetime on wednesday and friday for games three and four of the nba finals with will ferrell, owen wilson, zach lavine, jamal crawford and guillermo's annual report from media day. that is wednesday and friday 8:00, 7:00 central and after the game on the west coast. [ cheers and applause ] our first guest tonight is an oscar, emmy and golden globe-winning actress and now she's a pharmacist too. her new line of vitamin products are available exclusively at goop.com. please welcome gwyneth paltrow. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: that was fun. >> hi. >> jimmy: how are you? >> good. how are you? >> jimmy: you broke your foot or something? >> i did. that's my -- >> jimmy: that's how we decided to make it smooth rather than
having you hobble in like an invalid or something. you're here now with your -- what happened to your foot, by the way? >> oh, i just -- i was rushing around my house, and i was trying to pack my son for the fifth grade retreat, and i collided with the sofa. >> jimmy: have you broken anything before? >> i've broken actually toes like probably eight or ten times. >> jimmy: really? like all of them. [ laughter ] >> i don't know what is wrong with me. >> jimmy: maybe you're drinking too much. is that possible? >> that's definite. but yeah, i've got to stop this toe breaking. >> jimmy: you should stop breaking your toes. it's not a good thing. i want to tell you something. you inadvertently caused an argument in my house the other day. >> oh, god. >> jimmy: and i'm not kidding. my wife -- >> i'll just crawl now. >> jimmy: my wife takes your vitamins. in fact, i have your vitamins over here. these are the vitamins -- i'm not sure which one she takes. i don't think she takes the one called "balls in the air." [ laughter ]
maybe she takes the one called "the mother lode" -- >> yeah. she takes the mother lode. >> jimmy: so there's a little packet of vitamins. and i have been for almost ten years now putting my own vitamins and various pills, you know, for whatnot, in these little bags. and my wife's like look at what they've done. they put all -- this is the greatest thing. they put all the vitamins in a bag. i'm like, i've been doing that forever. [ laughter ] i invented this. but since you invented it now it's all of a sudden something. but congratulations to you on winning that battle. [ light laughter ] are these for men, too, these vitamins? because i've been eating them. >> oh, good. [ laughter ] yes. >> jimmy: i'm lactating now. it's the damnedest thing. [ laughter ] >> balls in the air is good for men. why am i so f-ing tired, also good for men. >> jimmy: why balls in the air? will this help me juggle or -- >> so it's funny. this product actually came out of a piece that we wrote a few years ago called "confusion in the vitamin aisle."
basically, our readers were telling us we go and we know we should take a vitamin, we don't know what, we don't know which one, what combination, and so we worked with these four different doctors for each different protocol. doctors that we love. to kind of like make it easy. so there's a multivitamin in every one. there's a fish oil in every one. in the other packs it's sort of addressing certain -- >> jimmy: specific things. >> specific things. >> jimmy: how long has goop been in existence now? >> almost ten years. >> jimmy: almost ten years. [ applause ] you know i was one of your first subscribers. i saw you on oprah or something and i signed up for the thing. you actually go into the office and -- >> every day. all day every day. >> jimmy: oh, you do? >> yeah. it's really my full-time job. >> jimmy: there are a few items on goop that -- because i look at the newsletter. it comes on what, thursday or something? >> that's right. wow. >> jimmy: i've ordered things from there. >> oh, my god. i love you. thank you. >> jimmy: and vice versa. so anyway, there are a few things and tips -- i like the cooking stuff, and then i like
to see you on vacation. >> oh. >> jimmy: and usually those things are combined. you're eating various good things or whatever. but there are a couple of things. and i've written them down here. for instance, tell us about earthing. what is earthing? >> okay. so one of the things we like to do on goop is find kind of what alternative -- the alternative world says about like feeling good in the modern-day world. so earthing, i don't actually know that much about earthing and it came out of me not knowing anything about earthing but hearing about it. they say that we've lost touch with sort of being barefoot in the earth and that there's some type of electromagnetic thing that we're missing. >> jimmy: that is true. >> it's good to take your shoes off and walk in the grass. i don't know what the [ bleep ] we talk about. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: so sometimes there are things that you go oh, well, that seems a little bit much. >> oh, yeah. for sure. >> jimmy: squatting. squatting when urinating strengthens the pelvic floor
muscles, resulting in a flatter stomach and more satisfying life. is that something you believe in? >> i don't know. [ laughter ] i've never read that before. >> jimmy: you've got to subscribe to this website. that is true. that's actually on there. and i want to put this one up on the wall because this is an item that is up for sale on goop. and this is a jade egg. this is fascinating. tell us what this does. >> so the jade egg is an ancient chinese practice where women insert the jade egg in their lady parts. >> jimmy: right. >> to help tone the pelvic floor. >> jimmy: how does it help do that? >> i don't know. i need to start with a jade egg practice. >> jimmy: you've never been on this website before, have you? [ laughter ] what are you doing in that office? so people will -- you sell a lot of these? >> we sell tons of them. and women actually have had incredible results.
it acts as like a small weight. and so i suppose it tones the pelvic floor. and there are women who, you know, are very good at practicing this and they say it's good for balancing hormones and all kinds of amazing benefits. >> jimmy: yeah. and the best part of it is i don't know if you see but up in the corner it says "item is non-returnable." [ laughter ] [ applause ] that's not one you want to send back. we're going to take a break. gwyneth paltrow is here with us. her website is goop. we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ you totaled your brand new car. nobody's hurt, but there will still be pain. it comes when your insurance company says they'll only pay three-quarters of what it takes to replace it. what are you supposed to do? drive three-quarters of a car? now if you had liberty mutual new car replacement™, you'd get your whole car back.
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>> not yet. >> jimmy: not yet. >> thursday and wednesday. >> jimmy: thursday and wednesday they get out of school. and then will you send them off to camp or do you keep them -- >> no, i like them. >> jimmy: you like them. [ laughter ] it's true, parents -- as a kid i always wanted to go to camp and i think my parents wanted me to go to camp but they were too cheap to send me to camp. >> well, my parents would send me for eight weeks to camp. >> jimmy: wow. >> so if you want to know why i have so many issues -- >> jimmy: that's why. [ laughter ] did you like camp? >> i actually loved camp. i went to a great camp in vermont on lake champlain. it was an all girls camp called brown ledge. and it was riding and theater and water skiing, and it was fantastic. i loved it. >> jimmy: it seems like a good place to learn how to smoke. >> it was, yeah. [ laughter ] honestly. my first summer i went i was 13. i think i came back like a pack of camel lights a day. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this explains why you're not sending the children to camp. well, if you're interested in
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how are you? >> how am i? i am in the greatest mood and having the greatest time of my life. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm glad to hear that. i was looking at you. i was watching this documentary. which i really enjoyed, by the way. so i'm watching your documentary. >> yes. >> jimmy: and there's a video, and it looks old, but honestly, i'm not exaggerating. i was confused because i was looking at it and the guy doing the interview seemed like he was from another time. but you looked exactly the same. and it turned out it was more than 20 years ago, that interview. >> yes. >> jimmy: what's going on? are you taking gwyneth paltrow's vitamins? what is happening with you? [ laughter ] >> you know something? i have been taking her vitamins for the last 20 years. >> jimmy: that's remarkable. >> this is why i look like this. >> jimmy: but you really have not aged even like -- do you feel like you've not aged or do you feel like you look at yourself and go oh, yeah, i can see a little here, little there?
>> i mean, i feel like i look pretty young and fresh. >> jimmy: you do look young and fresh. >> i feel like i've got god in me and it's just shining. >> jimmy: is that what it is? god is shining? in you? >> god. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right. you -- >> feel the energy! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: whose idea was it to make this documentary? >> it was my idea. >> jimmy: you said i would like to make a film about myself. [ laughter ] >> yes. i said to myself -- i said to myself, because my belief is so crazy and i would just talk to god and he would let me know it was all right when i was coming up. and i said to myself, somebody need to get the cameras rolling on me because i think that my life and the things that whatever's going to happen could be inspirational. so i started shooting this movie when i was 19. >> jimmy: you did really in a way.
one of the moments is your former boss is talking about when you were like just a young employee and how he sent you to make a delivery -- >> but there was a camera there also. you can see it. that's how crazy it was. >> jimmy: but you were like a hustler. >> yes. >> jimmy: and i don't mean that in the typical way we hear hustler in the hip-hop community. like when you had a job to do you'd take the package, you'd run down the street, you'd run back and say what can i do next. >> yes. i really felt that if i could be trusted with delivering a tape the best, to be the best tape deliverer, that maybe i would get a chance to have the responsibility for something else. and i set my eyes on the record business and getting a chance to be in charge of the artists. that was my work. >> jimmy: and you built this empire that has obviously resulted in you -- you have many millions of dollars, maybe even close to a billion dollars. is that a goal of yours, to make a billion dollars? >> no. >> jimmy: it is not? >> no, it's not a goal.
my goal is to be happy. >> jimmy: your goal is to be happy. [ cheers and applause ] you've taken steps toward that goal in a spectacular way. now, this is from the documentary. this is a room in your house. >> yes. >> jimmy: this is the candy room in your house. >> yes. >> jimmy: it's a room just full of candy. >> yes. >> jimmy: why do you have a candy room in your house? how much pot are you smoking? [ laughter ] >> i mean, from a kid every day after school i would go to the candy store, you know. and then one day i would also walk around downtown in new york. as i got older, i saw this dylan's candy store, and it just took me back to my younger age. and i just -- i'm a young soul, and i just need some candy in my house. so i made a candy room. >> jimmy: you're like diddy wonka. [ laughter ] >> i believe i can make anything happen. >> jimmy: what is your favorite candy? >> jolly ranchers and sweet tarts. >> jimmy: jolly ranchers and
sweet tarts. which flavor jolly rancher? >> cherry. wild cherry. >> jimmy: that's the one i like too. how about that? >> and i like the blue sweet tarts. >> jimmy: the blue sweet tarts. okay, very good. i would imagine you have a lot of those in there. >> yes. >> jimmy: who's the most famous person that's been in the candy room? >> probably stevie wonder. >> jimmy: really? that's a good one. stevie wonder. what did he have? all of a sudden my head is going in a million different places. like did you tell him which candies were there? [ laughter ] >> man. i mean, the way stevie moves, he just go and he knows what he wants. it's not no -- he's not -- you've never seen stevie doing that. you know, like he doesn't know where he's going. >> jimmy: he always knows where everything is. >> yeah. he'll tell you what you have on. [ laughter ] he's literally told me. >> jimmy: has he really? >> yes. >> jimmy: he knows what the material is or what the designer is?
>> he'll explain what he sees. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: and is it right or you just tell him it was right? [ laughter ] amazing, stevie, you did it again. [ laughter ] >> no. >> jimmy: yeah, i'm wearing my ghostbusters jumpsuit. >> no, he's right. he'll say you have on a blue suit and a white striped tie. >> jimmy: a lot of this documentary chronicles you putting together this bad boy reunion concert that -- i think this kind of gives a little sense of how you do business in general. >> drum roll, please. ♪ what the -- i do not like the lights. if i had to make a decision right now, i would change the rig right now. i like god light. god's light comes through, shoom. it just hits you like it's god's lights. i don't want the chrysler that
looks like the fantom. i want the fantom. >> jimmy: you want the fantom. do you have the fantom? >> yeah. my life has been something i think can inspire dreamers. and i've always been a dreamer, and i've always just wanted to be at a certain level of excellence. so that's what that's about. like when i'm putting my shows together the guys, if we're going to work, get me the best. get me the best because that's what the people deserve to see from the show. so i'm very passionate when i work and i try to also be a little bit funny to take the edge off a little bit. that's just really the way i work. that's working with me every day. >> probably the like saddest and most interesting part was where you talk about biggie and tupac and obviously what happened there and the east coast and the west coast. >> yes. >> jimmy: and when your tour came to l.a., something that would have been unthinkable back then. snoop and dr. dre joined you on -- >> on stage, yes.
>> jimmy: on stage that tour. what did that mean to you? >> you've got to understand, that was one of the biggest things to happen in our culture. right now we're living in the results of the hip-hop culture. so as crazy as it sounds there was an east-west war over music and people were killing and getting killed. and you know, we deal with that in the movie. it was something that was just so surreal and so serious and so unfortunate and so sad. but that's something that we've had to deal with. >> jimmy: and it's not like that anymore, is it? >> it's not like that. we were all scared. sometimes things in your life could just get out of control. we never wanted to have problems with each other. we were all fans of each other. and it was just something in that day and age that spun out of control. you know, we've all been friends ever since. snoop dogg's one of my best friends. dre is one of my best friends, you know. and it's just like it always should have been like that, but
sometimes in life there's tragedies so people can learn from them. and you know, this is god's world. but you know, the greatest thing is he put us all back together. >> jimmy: it's so interesting, this documentary. it's called "can't stop, won't stop: a bad boy's story." it will be available june 25th only on apple music. sean "diddy" combs, everybody. thank you very much. we'll be right back with ryan adams. [ cheers and applause ] >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. have to travel from its source to the bottle? a hundred miles?
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♪ i could wait a thousand years my love i'd wait for you i could stand in just ♪ ♪ one place my love and never move ♪ ♪ and as the fire burns around us in the dark one part is the world and one's my heart ♪ ♪ my love we can do better than this my love how can you complicate a kiss ♪ ♪ my love do you love me now til doomsday comes til doomsday comes ♪ ♪
♪ can you stand and face your fears my love i will for you ♪ ♪ i could stand in just one place my love and never move ♪ ♪ as the fire burns around us in the dark one part is the world and one's my heart ♪ ♪ my love we can do better than this my love how can you complicate a kiss ♪ ♪ my love do you love me now til doomsday comes ♪ my love oh and i don't know my love how to let my feelings go ♪
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