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-- >> have a good weekend. >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- tiffany haddish, dj khaled, this week in unnecessary censorship, and music from ella mai. and now, hold it right there. here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome. very nice. hi, everybody. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you for coming. i wanted you to come. how about that, you did. oh, we have a lot to get to tonight. starting with of course the president of the united states, who was up bright and early and
on his lawn this morning at 7:50 a.m., he tweeted, wow, the highest-rated by far morning show "fox and friends" is on the front lawn of the white house, maybe i'll have to take an unannounced trip down to see tell. yes, by all means, go ahead. [ laughter ] take that unannounced trip you just announce eannounce ed and he did. president of the united states, leader of our country, looking out the window, sees steve doocy, i think i'll go out and say hello. donald trump had a lot of pramts for himself and kim jong-un. apparently kim jong-un fired three of his top generals just before the trip to singapore. >> just before you met with him, he cleaned house. three of his top generals, some of the rdliners,e's fired. then you go over there. you took some heat over saluting one of the generals. >> i think he fired at least, okay, when you say he fired -- >> three that we know of. >> i think maybe fired, at least, fired may be a nice word.
>> jimmy: in other words, he's saying he probably killed them. [ laughter ] which is funny when you think about it. i tell you what. [ cheers and applause ] we'll see how this relationship goes. kim jong-un would make a great new host of "celebrity apprentice," wouldn't he? i'm sorry, meatloaf, you're murdered! [ laughter ] believe it or not, yucking it up about a dictator who displeased him was only the second most insane thing trump said about kim jong-un today. >> he's the head of a country, he's the strong head, don't let anyone think any different. he speaks and his people sit up at attention. i want my people to do the game. [ audience groaning ] >> jimmy: right, nothing unamerican about that. all he wants from us is when he speaks, we sit up at attention. steve doocy does it, is it too much to ask? the reason people sit up at attention for kim jong-un, if they don't, he'll feet them to
an alligator. i pay more attention to him than i do my own children, okay? [ laughter ] these comments this morning created quite a covfefe, so much so that trump was asked to clarify what he meant by the fake news team at cnn. >> what did you mean just now when you said you wished americans would sit up at attention -- >> i'm kidding, you don't understand sarcasm. wait, wait, who are you with? you're with cnn? >> jimmy: you guys, stop calling me out on my words! trump also lied even more brazenly than usual about what might be his administration's most despicable action to date, and that is taking children away from their parents at the border. this is a policy he implemented. but here's what he had to say about that. >> i hate the children being taken away. the democrats have to change their law. that's their law. quiet, quiet.
that's the democrats' law. we can change it tonight. we can change it right now. i will leave here -- no, no. you need their votes. the children, the children can be taken care of. quickly, beautifully, and immediately. the democrats forced that law upon our nation. i hate it. >> jimmy: right. i think we can all agree the real victim here is president trump. they should literally light his pants on fire for that one. if only he controlled the white house, the house, and the senate, maybe he could do something about this. but the president even weighed in on reports from cbs news that sarah sanders is looking to make a huckabee-line out of the white house. >> sarah huckabee sanders, your press secretary, she took a lot of heat from the people behind you. >> she did? i didn't know that. >> she did. there was some suggestion that maybe she'd be leaving the white house. >> i don't think so. you know, look. at a certain point, everyone sort of leaves. you have to leave. i'm sort of just staying like a
ship, just keep going, bing, bing. but sarah loves this job. she's announced, not with me, i read that same report, somebody put it out, i think it was cbs, she said it's a false report, fake news. at some point i'm sure she'll leave, like everybody leaves, and we'll get somebody else. sarah's done a fantastic job, i don't think she's leaving. >> jimmy: yeah. so she's definitely leaving. she's on linkedin as we speak. when sarah sanders does break out of the white house, like hay kool-aid bursting through a wall, she will almost certainly spend more time with her family and i like to imagine her family time will look something like this. >> can we play on our ipads today? >> my guess would be no. i'll take one last question. >> but we cleaned up all our rooms. >> yeah, we've been very good. >> i know it's hard for you to understand. even short sentences, i guess. >> please, please, please mommy! >> thanks so much, guys.
>> jimmy: no more questions. [ cheers and applause ] today was actually an alarming day for king trump. paul manafort went to jail today courtesy of robert mueller after allegations of witness tampering while he was under house arrest. and here's what donald trump had to say about him. >> you know, paul manafort worked for me for a very short period of time. he worked for ronald reagan, he worked for bob dole, he worked for john mccain or his firm did, he worked for many other republicans. he worked for me for 49 days or something. very short prrt. >> jimmy: actually it was 144 days. trump claimed manafort had nothing to do with his campaign. you can't claim your campaign manager had nothing to do with your campaign. let me break this down in terms the president will understand. if you went to mcdonald's and ordered a 20-piece mcnuggets and they only put 19 in the box, who would you ask to speak to? the manager. that's right.
your campaign manager is in jail. if this is a witch hunt, they caught a witch. [ laughter ] meanwhile, trump areas former personal lawyer, michael cohen, is facing some big legal trouble. yesterday he filed a restraining order against michael avenotti, the lawyer for stormy daniels. michael cohen wants michael avenotti to stop talking to the press. avenotti, as you know, over the past few months has been on msnbc more times than rave chel maddow. he's on a lot. cohen is angry because avenotti keeps calling him an idiot and saying he's going to flip which could influence potential jurors. the judge is like, i understand why you're upset, the fact is you're an idiot and you're going to flip. [ laughter ] my hands are tied here. i didn't even understand, why file a restraining order to stop him from talking? just pay him $130,000 like you did the last time. vice president pence had an interesting day today too. mike pence was in columbus, ohio, to talk about taxes or something. while he was there, he was welcomed by members of the lgbtq
community with what was billed as a big gay dance party. >> the street closed at 2:00 p.m. a block of gay street across from the hotel where the vice president would speak later. the party started with music and revelers got down and boogied, something organizers hope the vice president takes notice of. >> if he wants to come over and join us, i would be more than happy to have him. >> jimmy: i'm sure. [ laughter ] he'll appreciate that invitation. can you imagine? [ cheers and applause ] i mean, what do you think would even happen if mike pence even heard dance music in the first place? this is the best part. this fills me with delight. when you google the phrase "gay dance party," first thing you see is mike pence's face. [ laughter ] [ applause ] it's a small victory. mike pence would be the greatest episode of "queer eye" ever. [ laughter ] i have a big weekend ahead.
tomorrow is what the world is now calling the blobfish basketball classic. [ cheers and applause ] it is me versus ted cruz, one on one. less than 24 hours from now, we will tip off at texas southern university in houston. ted blobfish cruz challenged me to play. and i'm going to play with him, which is something no one ever did with him in school. one-on-one basketball is good for ted because there's no way he can get picked last. and i'm feeling good. i'm confident. but i'm not overconfident. one thing i'm worried about, to be honest, i just heard donald trump has agreed to temporarily give ted his balls back. [ laughter ] but after the game they go right back in the trophy case. you want to be there to watch me defeat this gelatinous ass? kimmelvscruz.com. we'll see you there. they're calling this rivalry magic versus turd. while that is happening, another major sporting event happening in russia.
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>> jimmy: welcome back to the show. we have some great guests tonight. tiffany had and ish dj khaled. first, sunday as i'm sure you know is father's day. you know the guy in the tommy bahamas shirt who's always with your mom? [ laughter ] it's for him. father's day happens every june. it's like mother's day except no one cares. [ laughter ] big thing people do on father's day now is what they call gender reveal parties. you're familiar with these? this is where expecting parents invite all their family and friends over so they can reveal whether their baby will be a boy or a girl. it's kind of a new thing. in the old days you know wa they used to call a gender reveal party? birth. [ laughter ] some of these parties are very elaborate. and of course people post them online. and i've noticed that when the fathers are in charge of the reveal, they seem to add a dash
of danger to the mix. like this. >> jimmy: so they're having a boy. here's another dad. this dad really knocked his gender reveal out of the park. >> one, two, three -- [ screaming ] >> jimmy: if i'm a fetus and i see that happen, i'm not coming out. [ laughter ] parents go all-out with these reveal videos. so we put together a compilation of them with a few extra things for you to try tacked on at the end. >> one, two, three -- [ screaming ]
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right. so if you have a warehouse. no, no. i'd rather be surprised. all right, one more thing before we forge ahead with the show. it's friday night which means it is time to bleep and blur the big tv moments of the week whether they need it or not. it is "this week in unnecessary censorship." >> we begin with a [ bleep ]. then a meeting with advisers and a [ bleep ] lunch. >> i don't think it [ bleep ] softer. >> we're both honored to [ bleep ], [ bleep ]. thank you. >> texas senator ted cruz and late-night host jimmy kimmel will indeed [ bleep ] each other. >> under no circumstances will jimmy [ bleep ] me. >> enjoy the biggest celebration on earth. [ bleep ] you, president putin. >> so i [ bleep ] some people while i'm here, can i [ bleep ]
some people? >> yeah, go ahead. >> hold on to your [ bleep ]. you'll need that hand free later. >> exactly. >> did you ever see your parents [ bleep ] when you were a kid? >> growing up in a latin family? of course. there's a lot of [ bleep ]ing. >> i'm jack [ bleep ]. >> you missed a lot. i had to pretend to be you. eat your mom's [ bleep ]. you owe me. >> we are all sacred and we all belong. let's just [ bleep ], [ bleep ] to everyone who wants a [ bleep ] to be [ bleep ]ed. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right, we have a great show for you tonight. music from ella mai. dj khaled is here, and we'll be right back with tiffany haddish.
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we are back to work with steve martin and martin short, jeff goldblum, nick kroll, drew barrymore, jermaine fowler, evangeline lily and david harbour. music from granger smith, the record company, ne-yo, and andrea bocelli. and on monday, the results of my one-on-one basketball matchup with the human vomit known as ted cruz. please join us for that. [ cheers and applause ] our first guest's rocket-like rise to fame over the past year proves that some talented people are just a grapefruit and a groupon away from being a star. on monday, she hosts "the mtv movie and tv awards." please welcome tiffany haddish. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome. you look fantastic. >> thank you, so do you. >> jimmy: how's your wife? >> my wife is good, how's your life? >> jimmy: my life is good,
everything's fine. >> have you been stretching? you ready to rip on this crew? >> jimmy: i haven't stretched enough. >> you need to stretch. >> jimmy: i don't know how to stretch. >> bend over, touch your toe. >> jim:s it?pe>> on your legs t to the right, to the left, to the right. >> jimmy: are you a stretcher? >> i'm a stretcher, i'm just waiting for my new husband. [ laughter ] ? i see. you stretch before or after exercise? >> when i feel my muscles or tight so at least three, four times a day. >> jimmy: i was thinking about this today, the year that you've had. the only person comparable year is meghan mark [ lauger ] ou know what, she from my hood, hey! >> jimmy: something with the geography there. >> that's central winning, baby! we princesses and everything! >> jimmy: i mean, the movies, commercials, the has sew g you have with tracy morgan, it really is remarkable. i'm so happy for you. >> thank you.
>> jimmy: you are so unbelievably funny. how did we not know about you earlier? how did this happen like this? >> you know what? i don't know. [ laughter ] i don't know where y'all was. but i was doing this all along. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] i been the same sister. for a long time. i just got better wigs, that's it. >> jimmy: speaking of same tiffany for a long time, this is a photo from when you were in high school. >> yeah, 1991-hum-hum. the 1900s? what are you wearing there? >> i'm a school mascot, a conquistador uniform me and my grandma had put together. >> jimmy: you were the conquistador for the school? >> a mascot, a spanish soldier. >> jimmy: did you play it straight or fool around? >> i was the mascot, i was hilarious, super fun. doing call-outs. me, no. who, no. we, no. baby!
[ applause ] i was the only talking mascot in the valley. i used to catch the school bus to school every morning, ride the school bus home --? >> jimmy: would you wear the costume on the bus? >> hell, no. that's too much. i lived in a blood neighborhood. >> jimmy: what's the biggest difference in your life now from like let's say two years ago? >> the biggest difference in my life now is i eat on a regular basis. >> jimmy: that's good. >> three meals a day. also all my bills are paid. i'm not confused about how i'm going to pay this, how i'm going to pay that. that's pretty much -- that's it. oh, and sleep. sleep. i don't get as much as i used to. >> jimmy: okay, so it's not all good. >> i mean, it's good. because i'm living my dream. i'm sleep walking. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: what about that car you said you had? >> oh, yeah, yeah. i still run my honda. i still have a honda.
well, i got two cars, a honda and a volkswagen. >> jimmy: you're hanging on to that old honda for sentimental reasons? >> no, i just don't have time. really, i'm cheap as hell. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: now when you're on our show, you told a hilarious story about will and jada. and do celebrities, big celebrities in particular, now worry about interacting with you? because they feel they might become part of your comedy act? >> i don't know. i would -- you know, personally, i haven't had any really major problems with that. like this my thing, people say, tiffany got a big mouth, people going to be worried about hanging out with you. i don't want to hang out with people that are worried about hanging out with me, because obviously you doing something you got no business. >> jimmy: you're almost like a journalist, everything is on the record? >> no, no, no. i been to a lot of functions and i will never tell you about some of those things, you know. >> jimmy: okay. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i see. oh, really. so there is a line that you will not cross? >> yeah.
>> jimmy: yeah. >> just -- yeah. >> jimmy: you met leonardo dicaprio. is that a recent meeting? >> mm! mm! mm! >> jimmy: i heard a bital bit about the story i'd love to hear it from you. >> i was invited to this party in beverly hills. you need to know this. when i first -- me and kevin met -- >> jimmy: kevin hart. >> he told me to make a list. leonardo dicaprio was on that list. it was to get pregnant by him. [ laughter ] so when i met him -- when i saw him i was like, got to work on the girls! so i saw him, i walked up to him. and i was like, hi, leonardo, my name is tiffany haddish and i think you are such a talented person. he said, thank you, i saw you with chris rock and all that. thank you, thank you. i just want to tell you something. he's like, what? i said, i want a hit. he's like what? i said, i want to hit that, i ain't talking about drugs. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ]
he was like, oh, you're hilarious. i said, there's stipulations to it, though. i want to get some, but i only want to do it to you as your character out of "what's eating gilbert grape?" >> jimmy: so he would be in character? >> yes, yes, he would be arnie. he's like, what, why, why? i was like, i like my men a little weak. [ laughter ] also i feel like you did an amazing, an amazing job. i think you did an excellent performance and i feel like you deserve an award and here it is. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: and did that work? >> he started laughing and he started going into, you know -- like, i worked with these kids for two weeks, working with johnny depp was such an experience, la la la. anyway. that's what i want to know. >> jimmy: is the offer still out there? >> the offer is out there, he
didn't take me up on it. i don't know if he thought i was playing but i was dead serious. >> jimmy: he probably thought you were kidding. is that lovemaking in character? is that something that you are interested in? >> i'm definitely interested in that. okay, so like just a few months back i met this guy, right? he said he was a performer, whatever. he was unemployed at the time. and i was like, look. you seem very talented. you know, if you want to play -- i'll even let you stay at my house. it's just when i come home, i want you to be a different character from black history every time i come home. let's see your skills. thurgood marshall, martin luther king, malcolm x, you know what i'm saying? if you're going to be hair ret tubman, show me where the railroad is! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tiffany haddish is here. hosting the mtv awards monday. we'll be right back. we're listening to what matters most to you, and we're committed to improving every ride.
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would have been dead on day one. >> jimmy: tiffany haddish preparing for the mtv movie and tv awards monday night on mtv. that's going to be a fun thing. >> yeah i'm super excited about it. >> jimmy: is there anybody you have in mind that you're going to joke about that should be concerned? >> nobody should be concerned because i'm giving all love through my jokes. >> jimmy: i see. >> but they will be funny. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm sure they will be. that mtv hosting job is interesting because you got a whole mix -- i know it's tv and movies, you've got musicians there and all that stuff. do you have like -- i would assume you are like -- you have every famous person's telephone number now? >> i don't have every famous person's telephone number but i got a lot of my favorite phone numbers. like jada's in my phone. will smith is in my phone. of course, right? >> jimmy: sure, yeah, i would hope so. >> taylor swift. >> jimmy: really. >> i could call michael b. jordan. he don't know i got his number, but hey!
>> jimmy: you got it there a third-party? >> i got it from him, he just don't remember. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what about oprah? >> i have her security number. >> jimmy: okay. [ laughter ] like for her no, no, not her at. like her security guard. >> jimmy: i see. >> then he connects us. >> jimmy: i see, oh, wow. that's something. i didn't know that. >> i'm going to have to go on a few dates with him, i think, so i can really get close. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: not a bad idea. i think that may actually drive you farther away. >> that's why i went on no dates with him. i told him on a rainy day we can jump in puddles together. >> jimmy: are these people on your list along with leonardo dicaprio? >> yeah, these people are on my list. i got maxwell phone number, do you remember him? he's got to come out with an album or something. >> jimmy: together? really? >> i don't know, i made that up. >> jimmy: go with it, though. >> we'll be singing to each other on the television. that's good! i'm going to do that on stage. >> jimmy: kevin hart when he was here two weeks ago was saying that he gave you $300, or maybe he said loaned you $300.
when you were not doing so well. and that he's expecting to be repaid. >> now i have attempted to repay that man back that $300 for years now. >> jimmy: you have. >> yes, i have. at first i was trying to give him $50 at a time. he's like, no, you give me all my money at once. then i got all the money at once, i tried to give him, he said, no, invest that back into yourself, invest that in your career. then i'm better, i'm trying to give it back, no, don't worry about it, i'll get it from you later. i think he's trying to let the interest pile up and wait, tiffany, you owe me $30,000. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. it's probably better, i guess, for the $300, a better story to say that you haven't paid him back. >> i have attempted. when kevin gave me that money, he was asking me where i was. i told him what i was doing. he's like, you shouldn't be, a beautiful girl like you shouldn't be sleeping in a car. get yourself a room. make a list of goals. figure out how you're going to
tackle, start tackling that list of goals. so i did that. i got me a room at the snooty fox. i only got three are four hours. i figure i'll write the list -- >> jimmy: snooty fox? >> yes, off western and king. you don't want to stay there. >> jimmy: you never know. >> you don't want to sleep there overnight. >> jimmy: doesn't sound like a snooty place. >> anyway. so i stayed there for a little bit. and then brought my list of goals. then it was like, as soon as i wrote that list, everything just started falling into place. >> jimmy: wow. >> i got a phone call from another comedian that was like, yo. i don't know if kevin talked to somebody or what. this duda knows this the duda knows kevin said there's an apartment for rent, $500 a month. when i looked at it, it definitelydike crackheads was living there. when i walk the in, oh, this is perfect! i mean, it was nasty. i was like, this is perfect, i can make this work. and i got it, with the money he
gave me, a little money i had saved, i was able to get the apartment. >> jimmy: what an amazing story and it couldn't have happened to a more talented or nicer person. thank you for being here. tiffany haddish, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] "the mtv movie and tv awards" airs monday night at 9 on mtv. we'll be right back with dj khaled. man 1: this is my body of proof. woman 1: proof of less joint pain... woman 2: ...and clearer skin. woman 3: this is my body of proof. man 2: proof that i can fight psoriatic arthritis... woman 4: ...with humira. woman 5: humira targets and blocks a specific source of inflammation that contributes to both joint and skin symptoms. it's proven to help relieve pain, stop further irreversible joint damage, and clear skin in many adults. humira is the #1 prescribed biologic for psoriatic arthritis. avo: humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal infections and cancers, including lymphoma, have happened;
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>> jimmy: still to come, music from ella mai. all the motivational poster boards on all the cubicle walls in the world combined could not generate as much positive reinforcement as our next guest. he is the cocoa-buttered sultan of social media, music mogul, and tv judge too. watch him on "the four" thursday nights on fox. please welcome dj khaled. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
>> jimmy: is this your summer relaxed look? >> yeah let me get my -- >> jimmy: looking casual today. >> let me get my look right, hold on. the jays too, the baby blue. no, this is my -- you know, this special cloth, you know what i'm saying? >> jimmy: special cloth alert, yeah. >> how are you all doing, everybody? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: is this let'ser? smells good. smells leathery. >> it's not going to be leather, it's going to be suede, but it's going to be fly. >> jimmy: when you say it's going to be suede? >> i wore the other day a burgundy-ish suede with khaki pants and i got a lot of compliments. i'm throwing that suede out there a lot lately. >> jimmy: you have to. every once in a while throw that suede out there. >> absolutely. >> jimmy: how's your son doing? >> amazing, man, he's growing so fast. >> jimmy: how old is he? >> 19 months. >> jimmy: people know your son was executive producer of your album when he was 1 year old.
>> yes. >> jimmy: is he working? does he have a gig right now? >> the new album's called "father of assad." he's executive producing that. we in the process of recording right now, making big anthems. as a matter of fact, a top secret video shoot coming up, you know. i'm real excited about that. my son will be directing as well. >> jimmy: what's it about? >> it's about -- >> jimmy: i want to see what top secret means. >> it's greatness. i can't gef you all the info. it's always going to be about greatness. i promise you this, "father of assad" is going to be one of my biggest album. >> you are trade marking your son's name. why are you doing that? >> because there's people out there that are trying to steal his name. >> jimmy: they are? >> because we blessed assad as a young icon. and people want to sell t-shirts and stuff with assad's name on it. and i said blessing that people got love, i don't want nobody to disrespect my family or my son. >> jimmy: right. >> i have to do what i got to do to protect the family and my
son. and, you know, keep the pirates away, you know what i'm saying? >> jimmy: somes a father has to trademark his son's name. >> you got to. [ laughter ] you got to. i mean, you know. >> jimmy: we did that with my son kevin. we've made quite a bit of money. >> well, one thing i got to say, though. i believe in securing the future. securing the future. me as a father, i'm going to make sure me personally that my son is good forever. >> jimmy: he has how many instagram followers? >> he's like at 1.9 million right now. >> jimmy: 1.9 million, yeah. and does he find that fulfilling? does he have a social media manager? >> well, you know -- assad, when he posts his pics, you know, he got his own way of doing his things. i think the latest post was him judging at "the four." or he was just at the beach, you know what i'm saying, catching the meditation. >> jimmy: i see. yeah. >> know what i'm saying? you watch assad's account, it's totally different than mine, you know what i mean? >> jimmy: did you have a job when you were 19 months old? >> well, yeah, i did.
>> jimmy: what was it? >> being great. [ laughter ] you know what i'm saying? being great. >> jimmy: what was your first your first paying job? >> my first paying job -- i used to be a bus bone at shoney's. >> jimmy: wow. >> i used to work at champ sports. i also was a ball boy for orlando magic. >> jimmy: oh, wow. >> know what i'm saying? while i was doing all that, living my dream, selling mix tapes, deejaying parties. >> jimmy: where would you sell mix tapes? >> in the nba locker room. >> jimmy: to the players? >> to the players. in the back of my car. selling the flea market in miami, 183rd street. hustling, know what i'm saying? i come from the bottom to where i'm at right now. >> jimmy: were they cds or tapes? >> tapes. >> jimmy: cassette tapes. do you remember any of the players you sold tapes to? >> oh, yeah. nick anderson. some of them got them for free, know what i'm saying? like shaq. >> jimmy: shaq got it for free? >> shaq. who else? i don't even know if he
remembers. but i seen barkley the other day. i remember when barkley used to come, i don't know if he remembers, i gave a tape to barkley. he might not remember. i see michael jordan play, magic johnson, larry bird. >> jimmy: you didn't make any tape frts larry bird? >> i didn't give him a tape. i got love for larry bird. i didn't give him a tape, know what i'm saying? >> jimmy: you're always honest. as a judge on the show, on "the four," are you always honest? >> absolutely. you know, what i love about "the four" is there's no musical competition show like "the four." >> jimmy: wait a minute, i think there are some other competition -- >> no. >> jimmy: they're not? >> no. no disrespect to no other show. >> jimmy: oh. >> it's not like khaled and diddy and meghan trainor -- >> jimmy: you mean the judges of the show. >> the judges. it's just so authentic and so real. when i say -- when we judge, it's like on realtime. you got khaled, you got diddy,
meghan trainor. we got music out right now. we got hits out right now. >> jimmy: i see. >> not just that, our top game and our keys and our advice to the people that's performing is straight up on another level. you can't -- like with me, there's no way you could duplicate a dj khaled the way i'm going to give you advice. >> jimmy: you're saying you're better than lionel richie and luke bryant? >> i got nothing on lionel rich richie, he's my friend. i'm the greatest celebrity, for sure, you know what i'm saying? [ applause ] diddy, that's my brother for real. i've known him, late '90s. we got a thing called billy and diddy. you know, my, well -- one of my names, they call me billy, short for billionaire. you know what i'm saying? [ laughter ] so, you know. we have a -- >> jimmy: are you a billionaire? >> not yet. but you got to speak things into existence. >> jimmy: i see. you're willing it to happen. >> absolutely.
>> jimmy: why not bezilly? >> diddy changed his name to trillion fair. >> jimmy: guess what i'm going with zillion, then. we're being very zilly right now. it's very good to see you. please give your son my best. >> i will, i will, i will. >> jimmy: dj khaled, everybody! "the four" airs thursday nights at 8:00 on fox. be right back with ella mai! >> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing.
yeah yeah ♪ ♪ ooh no i'll never get over you until i find something new ♪ ♪ that get me high like you do listen to my heart go ♪ ♪ ba dum boo'd up biddy da dum boo'd up ♪ ♪ hear my heart go ba dum boo'd up ♪ biddy da dum it just won't stop ♪ ♪ it go ba dum boo'd up ♪ biddy da dum boo'd up ♪ hear my heart go ba dum boo'd up ♪ ♪ biddy da dum it just won't stop it go ♪ ♪ oh how many ways can i say that i need you baby it's true ♪ ♪ i think i might die without you ♪ ♪ feeling all over my body you know how i like it ♪ ♪ ain't gotta tell you what to do yeah yeah ♪ ♪ ooh no i'll never get over you until i find something new ♪ ♪ that get me high like you do yeah yeah ♪ ♪ ooh no i'll never get over you until i find something new ♪
♪ that get me high like you do listen to my heart go ♪ ♪ ba dum boo'd up biddy da dum boo'd up ♪ ♪ hear my heart go ba dum boo'd up ♪ biddy da dum it just won't stop ♪ ♪ it go ba dum boo'd up ♪ biddy da dum boo'd up ♪ hear my heart go ba dum boo'd up ♪ ♪ biddy da dum it just won't stop it go ♪ ♪ head over heels in love right in front of you ♪ ♪ ain't gotta look no more baby ha ♪ ♪ i wanna build this love and everything you want you ain't gotta ask for ♪ ♪ you got me boo'd up boo'd up boo'd up boo'd up ♪ told you from the jump i'm the one to choose ya got me boo'd up boo'd up boo'd up boo'd up ♪ ♪ grab me by the waist baby pull me closer ♪ ♪ ooh no i'll never get over you until i find something new ♪ ♪ that get me high like you do
yeah yeah ♪ ♪ ooh no i'll never get over you until i find something new ♪ ♪ that get me high like you do listen to my heart go ♪ ♪ ba dum boo'd up biddy da dum boo'd up ♪ ♪ hear my heart go ba dum boo'd up ♪ biddy da dum it just won't stop ♪ ♪ it go ba dum boo'd up ♪ biddy da dum boo'd up ♪ hear my heart go ba dum boo'd up ♪ ♪ biddy da dum it just won't stop it go ♪ >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ]
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