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thank for being with us. on "jimmy kimmel live," selma hayek. >> i'll be watching. >> of course. the jimmy kimmel idea of the day is this seat belt alarm stopper, available on ebay for the 99 cents. if you want to drink and drive and not hear the alarm to buckle your seat belt, pick up the bottle opener seat belt locker. you'll be glad you did. >> dicky: from hollywood it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, salma hayek pinault, from "insecure", jay ellis, this week in unnecessary censorship, and music from bearstronaut. and now, make yourself
comfortable, here's jimmy kimmel! ♪ [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: oh, thank you very much, thank you for coming. you know what? i have to say, it makes me feel really good, because, i know there's a lot of negativity in this country right now. this week especially has been the most disturbing, the most divisive week in many years. a lot of people have been questioning our values and what it means to be an american and so this, what i'm about to show you could not have come at a better time.
a moment courtesy of our national pastime, it is one of those special, magical moments that come out of nowhere and something i think every one of us can rally around. >> all right, jordan, fire it in there! >> oh! >> jimmy: well, you know, they did tell jordan to fire it in there. and, you see what i mean? isn't that -- [cheers and applause] don't you feel closer? let's look at that again in slow motion. all right, so he starts off, very good form, actually, but ooh, you know, wild. got hip right in the peanuts and crackerjacks. the best part is that the photographer's taking the photo just so the guy would have a memento of this great moment at fenway park, and now when he hangs that on the wall at the house, he can show people, i broke the penis of the man who took the picture. the jackpot is up, an enormous sum.
5.10 million dollars. playing the powerball is a great way to spend quality time with auto strangers outside gas stations. if you win and decide to take the money in a lump sum, $324 million before taxes. and i'm not an expert on finances. you should take the lump sum. the way things are going right now, you may not make it to your second installment. president trump is having a historically bad week, which he kept going strong with a string of combative tweets this morning. he attacked lindsey graham and jeff flake, bragged about all the jobs he claims he created and once again took the wrong side on charlottesville and wrote, sad to see the history and culture of our country being ripped apart with the removal of our beautiful statues. you n can't change history but can learn from it. who's next? washington? jefferson? the beauty taken out of our cities, towns and parks will be missed and never comparably
replaced. he makes one good point. if we're going to start taking down every monument that pays tribute to racist, we should probably take down every building with the name "trump"on it, you know? [cheers and applause] i especially love, i love how he's trying to pretend these white supremacists are art lovers and historical preservationists. grab your tiki torch and swastika, bob, they're trying to take our sculptures away. he knows we're not building one for him, right? meanwhile, the vice president, mike pence, cut his trip to central america short to come back to washington with all this going on. he was in the white house today measuring the drapes. and we haven't heard much about russia lately, but this is interesting. they did a survey, an international survey. most countries now have more confidence in vladimir putin than donald trump.
out of 37 countries, 22 of them said they have more faith in putin. other countries are now watching rocky iv and hoping draggo wins. poll was most lop-sided in mexico, only 5% of mexicans say they trust trump, which still seems like a lot. that's like 5% of smurfs trusting gargamel. are you ready for the eclipse? the last total solar eclipse that could be seen from the u.s. mainland was in 1979. i remember that one. we poked a hole in a shoe box. do you remember doing this? and we held it up to the sun to project it on the wall where we saw basically nothing. this is really something. this is from abc news, 38 years ago. pay attention. there's a special message at the end for us. >> now it's beginning to move away, isn't it?
there's the diamond ring. >> isn't that amazing? >> so that's it. the last solar eclipse to be seen on this continent in this century, not until august 21st, 2017, will another eclipse be visible on north america again. that's 38 years from now. may the shadow of the moon fall on a world of peace. >> i guess we have four days for that to happen. you know the song "total eclipse of the heart"? the woman who sang that song is bonnie tyler. she's set to sing it on a royal caribbean cruise ship during the total eclipse, which bonnie tyler, really, she was planning ahead. she released that song in 1983. and boom, 34 years later, she's raking in the cash on that. [ applause ] it's impressive. i know what kind of sense of humor she has. it would be great at the last
minute if she decided to play one of her new songs instead. hey, guys, i know you expected "total eclipse of the heart" with the eclipse and all, but with that said, i've been working on new stuff, one, two, try, four. some schools are giving kids an is eclipse day, a day off, because they're worried teachers might not be able to protect their eyes. these kids haven't looked up from their phones since january. the sun is not something to mess around with. this is what happens if you look directly into the sun during an eclipse, this could happen to you. [ laughter ] please, be very, very careful. [cheers and applause] amazon this week had to recall a bunch of safety glasses because they didn't meet proper specifications. some of them weren't certified for use. which is dangerous. you think you're safe, you look into the sun and your eyeballs will explode. guillermo, did you order your glasses?
>> i did, jimmy. >> and they're up to standard? >> yeah. >> you should be good to go. >> jimmy: summer movie season is winding down. we asked yahya to review "logan lucky." here is yahya talking about "logan lucky." >> hi, i'm talking about the summer movie behind me. hi, i'm talkin', hi, it's me, yahya, i talk about the summer movie behind me. the movie behind me, look, logan leaky. logan lakey. he stole the money from the bank, i don't know. the guy from 007, something greg.
and then the ex-wife for tom cruise, kathy hole, she's in that too. the guy with the plastic arm, his damn driver, he's on tv show, hbo, the girl, alcohol allowed. >> i'm about to get naked. >> shut up. >> and the guy in the movie is sick mcfollow. the movie about the family and the dog about the baby. the director for that movie is steven soda. steven soda directed the movie, the guy like playboy, they take the clothes off. and that movie, too, with underwear and the women should put the money in his underwear, you know. >> any women ever put money in your underpants? >> no. no. only fish. [cheers and applause]
>> jimmy: thank you, yahya. and one more thing before we forge ahead. it's thursday night. it means we bleep and blur whether they need it or not. it is this week in unnecessary censorship. >> the man we saw this afternoon was the man we saw elected last november, like him, trust him or [ bleep ] him, that's your call. >> would anybody like it from the media? would anybody like that long beautiful [ bleep ]? >> it was a clean sweep for taylor swift. mouthing [ bleep ]. >> i'm really excited. >> a phenomenal place to take [ bleep ]. >> i'm really excited. >> whether you've got a big [ bleep ], a fat [ bleep ], even if you don't have it, you go to the park and [ bleep ] your friend. >> the police department was able to answer that question over the weekend. >> how many [ bleep ] have you
had so far? >> 50. >> really? >> that's rude to ask a lady how many [ bleep ] she's had. >> that round of rousing applause. would you mind [ bleep ] my wife for 32 years. >> sarah. >> [ bleep ] on the [ bleep ]. >> you cannot [ bleep ] while holding your nose. >> no, but i did pop my [ bleep ]. [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: we are going to take a break. and when we come back, you will be witness to maybe the smartest 8-year-old in the world. he's here to teach us everything we need to know about the solar eclipse. stick around. we'll be right back. ♪ [cheers and applause]
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across your entire laundry routine. [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: welcome back to our show. salma hayek, also on the way on monday, a total solar eclipse. and here to explain what that means, an 8-year-old kid from silver spring, maryland, please welcome romanio. please come on out! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ how you doin'? >> i'm doin' great. >> jimmy: i see you've been to the nasa gift shop. >> yes, i have. i study organic chemistry and physics at a college level, university level. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: so you study this stuff and love this stuff. >> i do. >> jimmy: do you want to be an astronaut when you grow up? >> yes.
>> jimmy: who was the worst astronaut ever, matt damon? [ cheers and applause ] did you she movie? >> i don't know. >> jimmy: he made potatoes out of his own poop in that movie. is that something you'd like to do in a spaceship? >> no. >> jimmy: so you brought some visuals from nasa to help us understand what happens when there is a total solar eclipse. we know the end result of it, but we don't necessarily know why it's happening, correct? >> well, this is what we're going to do. >> jimmy: show us what you have. >> this is the sun, this is the moon, apparently, this is the earth. we're going to say the shun is shining on the moon and it casts its shadow on the earth. that's what's happening on monday. >> jimmy: it's a shadow that gets cast on the earth. is it dangerous? >> it is not dangerous unless you're trying to look at the sun. you need solar glasses. >> jimmy: you should not look
directly at the sun. >> you shouldn't. >> jimmy: and what happens if you do? >> you'll get partial blindness. >> jimmy: that's what happens. who would win in a fight between the sun and the moon? >> nobody. >> jimmy: nobody. okay. so we have a visual demonstration that you've put together for us. and dickey's going to help us with this. thank you, dickie. so this is a basketball. [cheers and applause] and this is, you're clapping for two balls tied together by a rope. [ laughter ] >> well, they're not just that. >> jimmy: they're not just that. >> you're clapping for a model of how hard it is for an eclipse to happen. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, so that's why. [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: so it's a very rare thing. all these things have to lean up. show us exactly what has to line up. >> the moon is 250,000 miles away from the earth.
>> jimmy: okay, so you go over there and show us exactly what the distance would be and how this would line up, okay? all right. good. >> it's going to be about right -- >> jimmy: please do not try this at home. it's very dangerous. >> no, you can try it any place. [ laughter ] [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: not in an elevator you couldn't. >> well, that's right. you couldn't, unless you had a giant elevator. >> jimmy: this is the earth, we're on this. the moon is in your hands. the sun would be where? >> 1.6 miles away. >> jimmy: this is how they line up. you can see. >> now this is my question for you. do you know any landmarks 1.76 miles away. >> jimmy: yeah, there's a liquor store. it's got a big clown on it. circus liquors it's called.
[ applause ] so that's how far away the sun would be from -- >> yes, and it would be the size of a giant house. >> jimmy: the size of a house. >> the biggest house you could find. >> jimmy: sorry, guillermo. maybe you should lose a little weight over the vacation. now what do we do? a tug-of-war and see who would win? >> no, we just say, and here's what makes an eclipse not happen every month. >> jimmy: right, because all these things have to line up exactly. >> right, because remember, this is 5 degrees. sometimes it's too high. sometimes it's too low. >> jimmy: yeah, i know. it's a bummer. [ laughter ] let's talk about safety again for a second. now nasa gave glasses, and we're going to give these to everybody in the audience. [cheers and applause] >> surprise! >> jimmy: here, come back to me. i was going to pull you over here. would it help to wear garlic around your neck during an eclipse? >> it does not. >> jimmy: is that just for vampires, then? >> well, it turns out, what's
actually supposed to be done is wear these solar eclipse glasses or solar filter glasses. >> jimmy: i'm going to put a pair on as well and watch. we have a great video, demonstration of what happens during an eclipse. and let's roll that video here on the screen. so here you go. that ball is the moon, and what happens is it actually, you see what -- [ applause ] you see any of that? >> i cannot see anything but the lights. >> jimmy: when is the next solar eclipse? the next big one? >> well, it's in 2024. >> jimmy: where are you going to watch this one? >> charleston, south carolina. >> jimmy: we have a special present for you, something that you can use, i don't know if it's safe, you could use it for the eclipse or -- [cheers and applause] a hydrogen alpha solar
telescope! >> you surprised me, right! >> jimmy: yeah, i'm surprising you. and look, you can look at the sun. smile, sun. that's for you. thank you very much. you're very, very smart. [cheers and applause] great to meet you. we have a great show tonight with music from bearstronaut. we'll be right back with salma hayek. [cheers and applause] ♪
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>> jimmy: tonight, from "insecure" on hbo, jay ellis is here. then, they are the winners of guitar center's annual "get out of the garage" contest. their album is called "telecoast," bearstronaut from the mercedes-benz stage. [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: our first guest tonight could be mexico's greatest gift to the world. sorry guillermo. starting tomorrow, you can see her trade f-words with samuel l. jackson in "the hitman's bodyguard". please say hello to salma hayek pinault. [cheers and applause] ♪ >> jimmy: you look fantastic. and that's a beautiful dress you have on, and you smell good on top of it. >> oh, thank you very much. >> jimmy: everything is in place. >> all in place. it can only go wrong. >> jimmy: it can only go downhill from here. when did you start using pinault at the end of your name? >> eight years ago! >> jimmy: the last time you were here was like a year ago. >> exactly, and you just never say it. >> jimmy: i like to pretend that your last name is hayek-kimmel instead.
i reject pinault. >> very good, you got it. >> jimmy: i said i bet it's pinot, like renault, like the car. they said no, no, no, pinot like the wine. >> no, pinault. let's see if you can spell it. two euros it you can spell pinault. >> jimmy: it is written right there. >> no, that's cheating. no! >> jimmy: but i'll try it anyway. how are you doing? everything all right? you enjoying summer and traveling around the world? >> yes, it's wonderful. we went to costa rica for the first time. i'd never been to costa rica. >> jimmy: really? that's a beautiful place. did you go to the rainforest and see that? >> we saw lots of everything. lots of animals. >> jimmy: what did you see?
>> dolphins, lots of bogs. sloth actually. and lots of types of, three different types of monkeys. >> jimmy: monkeys are fun, in the wild monkeys. >> in the wild. we saw two types, but we didn't see the spider monkey, which the kids really wanted to see, so we had to move to another location to look for the spider monkeys, and after two hours in the canals, in a boat and no monkeys, the, and my kids going crazy, finally the guy said, you know, maybe they're at my house, because i have a tree there. sometimes they come. let me call my wife. and sure enough, there were the monkeys. >> jimmy: the monkeys were at his house? >> yes, he had this tree of something called water apple. and it was full of the spider monkeys. and you know me, i have to taste everything, and i've never had a
water apple. so i went and immediately, everybody's looking at the monkeys, i'm shoving the apples in my mouth as fast as i can. and the monkey got very upset, he started throwing apples at my head. and, you know, screaming and he was like super furious, which was hilarious. now all my kids are really happy to see him in action. >> jimmy: sure. >> and then i started laughing too. and he got angry, so he tried to pee on me. and i am moving and he's trying to follow me in the tree to pee on me. i got some drops. i don't know. i don't now if he hated me or if he was trying to mark me as his territory. >> jimmy: probably the latter, yeah, wow. [ applause ] >> jimmy: you should haves just yelled your last name, pinault! >> i really liked this monkey.
>> jimmy: did you think about maybe getting a spider monkey to take home? >> no, i was going to put him in my instagram, but once he started peeing on me i said forget it, i'm not putting you in my instagram. instead, i put the monkey with the huge balls. there was a monkey with the biggest balls i've ever seen. those are called howler monkeys, i think they get stuck in the branches and they start to howl. they're like this. >> jimmy: it makes sense. it seems logical. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you mentioned the bugs. were there snakes in the jungle as well? >> i'm sure. i didn't see one, but there was one in the house we were staying at, a boa. >> jimmy: is that the kind you had "from dusk till dawn "? >> that was a python. and i had to go in a trance to dance with it, because i have a phobia of snakes.
>> jimmy: what do you mean a trance. >> yeah i had to really focus and go in a trans and they would put the snake so i had to trans and had to improveize. i'm really proud of that. >> jimmy: you should be proud of it. [ applause ] >> there were a couple of moments that got really dangerous, because if i come out of the trance, i would have freaked out i think. and her name was, or his name was limon. i don't know if it was a female or a male, but he was either a male or a lesbian. because three times it put the tail under my bikini and curled the tail and starting pulling down, and i had to like nicely push the tail and pick my thing up and continue to dance. creepy. >> jimmy: the snake got into your underwear? >> on the side.
>> jimmy: and you lived. you didn't have a heart attack and drop dead on the spot. >> i'm really proud of that. >> jimmy: you should be proud of that. i'm proud and i wasn't even there. by the way, the whole time we're talking, i have the sun in my eyes. >> oh, my god. >> jimmy: he wanted to look sexy for you tonight. >> wow. el sol. i want to know what's going to be the moon that's going to cover you. >> jimmy: turn around, show her the moon. [ applause ] >> jimmy: we'll be right back. ♪
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do it in two languages now. i did it in english and in spanish. >> jimmy: why is that area the curse word capital? >> like every other word is a bad word. it's just, this is the way their lingo, this is the way. >> jimmy: this is the way it goes? does your family curse like that? >> i have my favorite course words. >> jimmy: what is your favorite curse word? >> my favorite curse word is cavron. don't try to translate it, it means goat literally, but you can use it for everything. if you want to insult somebody because they are mean and they are, i don't want to say the words in english, but you know, you just say you gavon! >> jimmy: this is playing me and cleto laugh, because his mother
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♪ >> jimmy: i say you look very sharp in that suit. >> thanks, man. >> jimmy: it's good lookin'. >> i couldn't let my family down. my dad is here somewhere. >> jimmy: where is your dad? >> there he is right there. i told him -- >> jimmy: what's happenin'? he looks good too. >> he looks great. i told him i was going to be on the jimmy kimmel show. and he said the man's show? and i said the jimmy kimmel show. him too. >> jimmy: how long have you been acting like professionally? >> oh, man, i don't even know anymore. i feel like the years in l.a., it all comes together. >> jimmy: you worked for a basketball team before that, right? >> i interned for the portland trail blazers while i was in college. probably the darkest years in nba history. >> jimmy: was this the jail blazers? >> maurice cheeks was the head coach.
i feel so sorry for this guy. he had reuben patterson who called himself the kobe stopper, to which kobe dropped 40 points every time. bonzy wilds, rashid wallace. it was a crash course in learning what not to do with life. >> jimmy: what was your job? >> i was an intern in the pr department. >> jimmy: oh. great. >> exactly. >> you can feel my pain. i learned how to write a lot of press releases. basically every time the players would get in trouble we would have to spin some story as to why they got in trouble which was usually just an apology to the fans and the nba, because there's only so many times you can say, it wasn't them. they weren't driving from seattle with a bunch of weed in the car. they're so sorry. they won't do it again -- until next week. >> jimmy: "insecure " is a very
funny show. [ cheers and applause ] i saw the show on sunday night. you, in this episode, are, you, as i recall, you're at the like the super market, and you wind up going home with two girls who kind of pick you up at the supermarket. >> yes, a friday night of. >> jimmy: and you have a serious naked sex seen with these. and they say sex scenes are uncomfortable and not fun and stuff like that. that one looked like it was fun. >> it was interestin i don't know if fun is the word i would use. have you done a threesome scene before? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, but only like with other guys, you know? >> okay. fair enough, fair enough. >> jimmy: i haven't even had a twosome scene, let alone a threesome. sometimes guillermo and i shower together after the show. >> does he wear this costume? >> jimmy: he takes it off. you can't get the sun wet. there's a huge amount of steam.
so that was not a comfortable experience for you? >> it was interesting. i think guys see it and they go oh, like this is the dream. >> jimmy: yeah, that's what i was doing. >> it's a threesome. ly a woman sitting on my face and another one bouncing on my lap for like seven hours. >> jimmy: did you see that, dad? [cheers and applause] >> he's proud. he's proud. i made my dad proud. >> jimmy: what does your dad do for a living? >> my dad is a mechanic for american airlines. >> jimmy: oh, boy. >> he was in the service, in the air force for a long time. >> jimmy: nice, nice. >> my parents moved to l.a. a few years ago. >> jimmy: but you never had a five or six threesome in that line of work. you tweeted something. there was a party that you kind of accidentally had, is that the case? for the show last week? >> yes, by far the dumbest thing i've ever done in my life, but also one of the funnest things i've ever done. i landed in new york last sunday
and got to my hotel. and while i'm checking in the young lady is there, and there's a program board for the hotel and the activities they have going on. 9:00 a.m., yoga on the roof. 2:00 p.m., crocheting for your mother. 9:00 p.m., "game of thrones" screening. okay, i like it, too. right? but i'm like, hey, do you guys screen anything else after "game of thrones"? nope, we don't. we just usually turn it off. so you don't care about any of the other shows that come on after "game of thrones" on hbo on a sunday? no. we just usually turn it off. and i was like, cool, cool, cool. as she said that, this guy walked by and said oh, you done messed up now, girl. and she's like, what did i do? and he's like, he's on "insecure it's on after "game of thrones." and she's like, i guess would could ask the manager. and i'm like how many people do
you get for game of thrones screening? and she says oh, like 20, 25. i said can i invite some friends? she says fine. i walk out of the hotel and tweet to new york city, hey, guys, doing a "insecure"screening at my hotel. i come back from dinner and there's easily 250 people in the lobby. >> jimmy: wow. >> i go up to my room. management from the hotel calls me four times in 26 minutes. mr. ellis, your friends say they're here for the screening. we're at capacity, we can't let anybody else in here. mr. ellis, when are you coming down? i go downstairs, there's over 400 people in the lobby to watch this show. that was the most amazing thing ever. >> jimmy: that's kind of cool. >> it was fun. >> jimmy: did you have to pay for anything? >> i did. i of, guys, don't make my
mistakes in life. i also tweeted out that i would, like, buy everybody a drink. >> jimmy: oh. >> luckily, it was just beer and wine. >> jimmy: how much did it cost? >> it was a little over $2,000. and by the way, the hotel wouldn't give me a discount. hey, 400 people who didn't know about your hotel just showed up. you won't give me 10%? come on, guys >> jimmy: jay ellis! "insecure" airs sundays at 10:30pm on hbo, and we shall return with music from bearstronaut. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing.
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wea whole new place that'swe lookin' to get scared! with bats...and ghouls...and cars in disguise. i've cast quite a spell now...you won't believe your eyes! (laughter) the spell is cast. now halloween time is more spook-tacular than ever because it's in disneyland and disney california adventure parks! >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. >> jimmy: i'd like to thank salma hayek pinault, jay ellis, and i want to thank my son guillermo and apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time for him. "nightline" is next, but first their album is called "telecoast." here with the song "shadow," bearstronaut! [ applause ] ♪
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tonight, a special edition of "nightline," within reach. >> a high-flying hollywood executive and loving father in perfect health at the peak of his career, suddenly stricken with a rare syndrome, his organs failing. >> i decided i just can't die. i can't. she shouldn't grow up without her daddy. >> teetering between life and death in a coma. his devoted girlfriend documenting the struggle. >> today is so hard. >> escaping with his life, but losing hi less and about to lose a hand. >> it feels like someone's