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>> jimmy: thank you for coming out. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks to all of you for coming. on this super tuesday. super tuesday is -- or it almost was today. this year as you know super tuesday, this year only, will be followed by horrified wednesday. [ laughter ] there was voting today in 13 states with hundreds of delegates at stake. i think this was interesting. jeb bush spent his super tuesday. you know, he's not running now. he spent his super tuesday at home ironing and reironing his tommy bahama shirts. [ laughter ] every cable news channel covered every morsel of everything from morning until night today, and the funny thing is the election -- this election is still 250 days away. you'd think the red carpet coverage for the ochkz is long. and then you see this. i mean, it goes on and on and on. donald trump has been -- he's been defending himself after failing to immediately condemn an endorsement from former ku
trump blamed his hesitation on a bad earpiece. or maybe he said hairpiece. i'm not sure. [ laughter ] something was bad. he said he couldn't clearly hear what jake tapper of cnn was asking him. so this morning george stephanopoulos asked very plainly a question that it is crazy he even had to ask. >> so are you prepared right now to make a clear and unequivocal statement renouncing the support of all white supremacists? >> of course i am. of course i am. i mean, there's nobody that's done so much for equality as i have. you take a look at palm beach, florida. i built the miralago club. totally open to everybody. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's the example. maralag. so a private club. it is open to everybody as long as you can afford the dues, which are $100,000 a year. [ laughter ] by open to everybody he means open to almost nobody. he actually said the words, "there's nobody who's done so much for equality as i have." i mean, there's got to be one person.
rosa parks maybe off the top of my -- nelson mandela? although none of those people opened mara lago to everybody. [ laughter ] and then he went ahead and won super tuesday. not all the polls are closed but so far as i walked downstairs bernie sanders won his home state of vermont, clinton and trump won everything else. this primary campaign so far has been very entertaining but also very disturbing, especially for moderate republicans. senator john mccain, who as you may recall ran for president in 2008, was on "the o'reilly factor" last night where he openly lamented the current state of discourse among his party's candidates. >> putin is dismembering ukraine. the middle east is in chaos thanks to this feckless foreign policy of failed leadership of barack obama. and what are we talking about? we're talking about the size of people's ears and throwing water around the stage and talking about the size of people's hands. that's not -- the american people deserve a lot better. >> you'd think -- because i don't think we do. [ laughter ]
exactly what we deserve. even if or when trump does get the nomination he's going to have his work cut out for him. according to a new cnn poll, both hillary clinton and bernie sanders would beat him in a head-to-head match-up if it happened today. the poll has hillary winning 52% to 44% and sanders winning 55% to 43%. although trump still has a strong lead among registered voters who collect pocket knives. [ laughter ] the state department last night released the last batch of those e-mails from hillary clinton's private e-mail server when she was secretary of state. about 3,900 e-mails were made public np one of them she recounted what she k5u8d the weirdest exchange ever between a woman who shouted at her husband bill at a public event that her father circumcised bin laden. another e-mail, hillary snapped at an aide for getting the
the aide, a woman named monica hanley, corrected her error. she wrote it's rafik not rasik. but it was too late. hillary wrote back, that's too bad, since i use the the wrong name i must only be given correct information. if you're hillary clinton's aide and your name is monica, you really can't afford to screw up ever. right? [ cheers and applause ] ten months and like 52,000 e-mails later the only thing we end up learning from all these e-mails we looked at is that hillary clinton is much more boring than anyone who ever worked at sony. [ laughter ] did you know the price of stamps is about to go down? for the first time since 1919 the stamp is going from 49 cents to 47 cents. which i knew i shouldn't have invested all my savings in those damn forever stamps. [ laughter ] the price is going down. the post office begged congress
they estimate, the post office says, the two-cent decrease will cost them $2 billion a year, and they're not in such great shape in the first place. but congress is insisting on cutting that price by two cents. it's weird how congress loves the free market so much except for the post office. that we're going to keep communist. [ laughter ] i know the lines are long, but let's not mess with it. st. patrick's day is coming up. and there is a -- there's a st. patrick's day themed cookie cutter that's been attracting a lot of attention because of its unique yet familiar shape. now, this is it. [ laughter ] it is available for $14.79. it's the somewhere over the rainbow pot of gold st. patrick's day cookie cutter. [ laughter ] you can get it delivered today for free if you have prime membership. these are the cookies that it makes. i don't know if it's wishing us
[ laughter ] how did that make it past the initial planning phase? nobody stopped and went hey, what's going on with these? [ laughter ] people love it, though. it has four stars on amazon. but this is a one-star review. and it's my favorite. it's from subaru man, who wrote, "ruined the church social. thanks a lot." [ applause ] poor subaru man. i can't wait to see subaru man versus batmaru man. [ laughter ] george kennedy, the great actor, passed away on sunday. he was an oscar winner who died on oscar sunday. he just missed that in memoriam tribute. but he had a very successful career. he was known for "cool hand luke." he was in "airport," "naked gun" movies. he was a great actor, but this is how cnn chose to remember him. "george kennedy, beefy character
hollywood is tough. you know, even in death they expect you to be thin. [ laughter ] this is pretty good. dogs -- you can train dogs to do a lot of things, but this is something i've not seen before. in brazil they're using dogs at tennis matches. >> four shelter dogs rescued from slums and abandoned lots around sao paolo were trained as ball dogs for the brazil open tournament. their job, to retrieve balls that went out of bounds. >> jimmy: hey, hey. even if he does get the ball back, it's going to be a very slobbery serve. [ laughter ] this is something i'm probably overly excited about but last week on the show i mentioned an app called masquerade. it's msqrd. my kid showed it to me. what it does is it lets you -- let me try to do this properly. it lets you put a mask over your face. so you can see right now i look like -- kind of like leonardo -- that's a leonardo dicaprio. i should just stay like this. [ laughter ] there's snoop dogg.
i wonder if i can get in trouble for doing this? let's see. there's -- you know, all sorts of faces. the joker. and then -- and they made one of me. so this is me now with my own head. [ cheers and applause ] then there's a monkey. not only making one of me but even better, they made one of guillermo too. come here, guillermo, for a second. [ cheers and applause ] stand on this side. we'll do this. okay. so now there's guillermo as me. [ laughter ] and now i'm going to move my head in and i'm guillermo. [ cheers and applause ] you say something that i would say and then i'll say something you would say. >> i'm sorry, matt damon, we apologize.
[ laughter ] so thank you, masquerade guys, for doing that. we appreciate it. i figured we'd wind up on fat booth. so i'm very grateful. we have to take a break. when we come back, the l.a. clippers have a new mascot and we have a special super tuesday edition of liewitness news that will dishearten you. so stick around. we'll be right back. give extra. get extra. ow! [ music playing ]
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just an old white guy in tight pants. looks like one of the old guys on the muppets. but sam was retired when the team moved to l.a., i guess. and now they have a new character to entertain the kiddies. that's it. >> come on, clipper nation! >> jimmy: that's chuck the california condor. for real. >> what is going on here? >> jimmy: what is going on here indeed. [ laughter ] and just like that, the lakers are back on top. [ cheers and applause ] let's look at chuck. i guess they figured we could sit around and design something or we could put a big blue nose on a penis and go to lunch. [ laughter ] good choice with the name, too. nothing bad rhymes with chuck. you won't have any problems
have been the clippers' new mascot. everyone loved her. okay. back to politics. tuesday. and there's always pressure to seem like you're informed, like you're participating when it comes to politics. whether you are or not. so this afternoon we went out on the street here in hollywood to ask people if they voted today. the thing is while there were contests in 13 states today california wasn't one of them. california primary doesn't happen until june. so there's no way that anyone here could have cast a ballot in person. but did that stop them from claiming they did? let's find out. in this super tuesday edition of "lie witness news." >> huge day in california. it's super tuesday. who did you vote for this morning? >> hillary clinton. >> how was it at the polling place? >> pretty crazy. pretty crazy. but yeah, just feeling good about it. so --
>> oh, yes. i voted for trump. >> this morning here in california? >> yes. >> what was your polling place like? who was there? >> oh, yeah. it was at the city hall in norwalk, down in norwalk, and i was just voting right there. a lot of people. you know, it was kind of packed. it was all right. nice little turnout. >> huge morning in california. it's super tuesday. who did you vote for this morning? >> hillary. >> and what was your polling place like? was it crowded? >> crowded? yeah. >> how were the lines at your polling place this morning when you voted? >> the lines definitely were long. it was a lot of mixed supporters. definitely there for bernie. definitely there for -- some people for trump. but i definitely saw a lot of out-turn for 4i8ry. >> big morning in california. super tuesday. who did you vote for? >> oh, bernie sanders all the way. i actually had to reregister as a democrat out of the green party in order for me to get him in. >> how was your polling place this morning when you voted? >> oh, it wasn't too bad. it was just the buzz, the excitement. there was -- there's actually a lot of people out voting, which
>> did you vote this morning on super tuesday? >> i did. >> who did you vote for? >> donald trump. >> what was that experience like for you voting this morning? >> it was pretty smooth, yeah. >> did you have to pay a little bit? they were charging $5 at the door. >> yeah. a little bit. >> what were you charged, 5 or 10? >> 10. >> 10, wow. >> big morning in los angeles. who did you vote for at your polling place? how was the polling place? >> it was good. you know, full of people. just rocking it out, hanging out. you know, meeting and greeting. and of course not saying who we were going to vote for. >> obviously they were giving out a little swag this year at polling places. what did you get? >> i got a great coffee mug that pretty much said thanks for coming to vote today. >> were you excited they were giving out cookies and juice this year at the polling place? >> yes. juicy would take. i didn't take the cookies. >> what flavors did you see? >> there was chocolate chip, i believe. >> did you like that new hologram voting system?
but i was skeptical about what can go wrong when you're introducing systems like that. so i'm always kind of like skeptical when it comes to some of that. i'm just an old soul. >> what did you think about the new voting system this year, where you could vote by blinking your eyes? >> yeah. i don't -- i wasn't too fond of it. i felt like, you know, that system can be manipulated. i mean, who really knows how that works and who's in charge and how the votes get tallied? but i mean, whatever. it's the age of technology, right? >> do you think donald trump is an honest guy who can get the job done? >> i think he could. i think he has good views on what his plans are. >> are you an honest guy? >> i'm pretty honest. >> would you like an "i voted" sticker? >> yeah, i would. >> thank you. [ laughter ] >> i hope so. >> did you get an "i voted" sticker? >> i did not. they ran out. >> would you like one now? >> i would love one. >> great. >> did you vote this morning on super tuesday? >> i did.
was it busy? >> no, it was kind of normal. i was surprised. >> what surprised you most about voting this morning? >> the way people were just talking about some of the candidates and stuff. >> who did you vote for this morning? >> i'm going to be honest. you want me to be really honest? >> yeah. >> donald. >> okay. thank you so much for your honesty. >> of course. of course. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he had i voted tattooed on his body. we have a great show. music from miike snow. from "the walking dead" ross marquand is here. and we'll be right back with will forte. so stick around. [ cheers and applause ] >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you
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music from charles kelley. and on friday, for those who missed it, we have an encore airing of our "live after the oscars" special, with ben affleck, chris rock, tracy morgan, nathan lane, matthew broderick, henry cavill, jesse eisenberg, sacha baron cohen, alicia vikander, and sadly, matt damon slithers his way in here. [ cheers and applause ] that will be aired again on friday night at our usual time. our first guest tonight is an emmy-nominated actor and writer with one of the funniest shows on tv. you can see him wander through a vast and underpopulated nation in "the last man on earth," it airs sunday nights on fox. please welcome will forte. [ cheers and applause ] what a beautiful -- you brought
where did you get these? [ laughter ] >> you looked hungry, and so i took matters -- >> jimmy: i didn't know we had an oven back there. isn't that unbelievable. would you like one? >> i'd love one. >> jimmy: where do you -- you start from the top? [ laughter ] i'm going to start from the bottom. mm. actually, not very good. thank you so much. if you want to throw the rest of that there, we'll finish those privately later. [ laughter ] i'm glad to see you. and i'm going to say, i was a little bit worried about you because i saw some pictures of you -- well, i have the picture that i saw of you that got me concerned at the critics' choice awards, which was in january. [ laughter ] this is not a -- i could tell immediately that this was not a fake. this is not a skinhead wig or anything like that. >> no. >> jimmy: that's real, huh? >> yes. unfortunately, that is a real
>> yeah. >> jimmy: here's another photograph. you with that handsome couple. [ cheers and applause ] you see you treated jen to the hairy i'd and justin got the bald side. in a way it's a half jesus. [ laughter ] lex luthor. jesus. [ laughter ] this is -- i hope for the show you did this? >> it is absolutely for the show. i can't really say why we're doing it for the show, but it figures in there somewhere. >> jimmy: how much could it ruin -- jason sudeikis. >> that's jason's son, otis. and he has seen me in full beard. he's seen me like this. and he saw that. and i think i really messed him up. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: how long -- >> it will take some good parenting. >> jimmy: how long did you have that?
>> jimmy: and what is it like when you're walking around and people see you like this? >> it's not good. [ laughter ] i mean, people treated me big beard. but you know, from certain angles you can't even tell that anything's going on. so if people were looking -- this was the hairy side. if people were looking at me from straight on over here it beard. but then if i would turn at all this way, it's just like this monster coming at you. [ laughter ] it was a very interesting adventure for about a month. >> jimmy: i would imagine driving would be weird. >> yeah. i somehow was able to avoid cops. >> jimmy: did you have to go to anything important and be like that? >> this was -- the worst thing was i had to go to my buddy's dad's memorial. it's not a very respectful look.
they were very nice to me. [ laughter ] but i tried to stay in the back behind some flowers. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, it was nice of you to go in that condition. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's pretty crazy. by the way, i just want to say, i saw the first episode of the show this year. and you're not in it, but it's fantastic. [ laughter ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: you are the last man on earth. you're not even in that show. >> yeah. >> jimmy: but it's so funny. it's so good. >> thanks very much. >> jimmy: i know it's your show. so ultimately you're responsible for it. >> no, this one we handed the reins over to jason sudeikis. >> jimmy: he did a great job. >> he's amazing. i'm excited for people to see it. he's -- i don't want to say anything more about it. >> jimmy: you're very secretive about all this stuff. are you a little bit neurotic? are you -- in general? >> yeah. i would say i'm pretty messed for the most part. i've got problems.
itself? these problems. >> i have pretty -- i don't know. i wouldn't say like severe ocd but like close to severe -- i don't know. it's like a medium ocd probably. but it's like a lot of checking faucets and stoves and stuff. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> but completing tasks and -- yeah. >> jimmy: do you repeat things over and over? do you count -- >> i do -- i check things in orders. i mean, now it's sounding super crazy. and with that picture it's like painting this very, very bad -- i'm a good guy. [ laughter ] you know, i'm normal in some ways. but that's -- >> jimmy: well, everybody's normal in some ways. >> you edit stuff out of the show, right? you don't keep everything. >> jimmy: no, this will all be in the show. [ laughter ] >> oh, great. >> jimmy: we're learning about you. like are you hard to live with? are you -- >> nobody lives with me.
[ applause ] >> jimmy: is that why nobody lives with you? >> i haven't answered that -- figured out the answer to that question. >> jimmy: do you want to lay down on the couch and we can talk -- i'll talk to your hairy side, and then i'll talk to your bald side, and we can see what we can come up with together. >> i'm a nice person. i'll tell you, i'm a good person. >> jimmy: you seem like a nice person. >> and not mixed up in any way. and that was an act that i had to tell you guys that i'm messed up. i'm doing great. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right. we're going to -- why don't we take a break, and we'll get straight -- >> can i get some water? >> jimmy: we'll get you some water in a very clean glass, and we'll be right back with will forte after this.
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>> i've been super busy. and last time he was here he surprised me by bringing farmer chris out. >> jimmy: yeah. >> it was a very exciting thing. >> jimmy: the bachelor farmer, chris. he would live with you if you need somebody. [ laughter ] >> you know, i'm going to keep going on my own path and see what happens. but i intend to watch everything. i've got them all on tivo ready to go. >> jimmy: so on this show if you have n't seen it you're not technically the last man on earth but we think you are at the beginning when the series starts but you go all over the country and you just live in whatever house you feel like living in. part of the show takes place in malibu. but you shoot that -- do you shoot in malibu? >> we shoot -- i mean, there are some beach scenes that are in malibu, but the -- all the -- the house, which is supposedly in malibu, is in chatsworth, and our studio is in chatsworth. >> jimmy: for those who don't know, people who live in l.a. know chatsworth. >> yes. >> jimmy: just give a little bit of a description of -- >> people know it.
it's a major porn hub. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's number one. >> yeah. we are two blocks from a dildo factory called pipe dreams. >> jimmy: made in the usa. >> yeah. the other side of it is basically -- the other side of it is the porter ranch methane leak. [ laughter ] so we've really got it coming from both sides. >> jimmy: it's a beautiful part of the country. it really is. >> actually, there are some very nice parts there. you get up in the hills and you guys, go to chatsworth. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: are you worried about being allowed back into chatsworth? >> what's that? >> jimmy: pipe dreams is the place? oh, i want to ask you about -- speaking of photographs. not a great photo. but there's you and president clinton. when was this photograph taken? >> i actually went to a u2 concert a long time ago with jason sudeikis, and somehow
somehow somebody knew somebody who was up in a box with president clinton. so we said like -- they offered to introduce you. so we said, yeah. we would love that. so jason and i went up there. we met him very briefly. and then somehow got invited to this post-dinner where we like got into the clinton motorcade. we were not in the car with him. we were like two -- several cars away from him. >> jimmy: he didn't give you a ride? >> he did. indirectly give us a ride. >> jimmy: oh, you jumped in one -- i see. into their cars. >> anyway, things got very special. because we get to this dinner, which turned out to be more of kind of like a small dinner party. like there are maybe like 40 people. i think sean penn was there and like u2 showed up. i should not have been there. [ laughter ] but when we get to the actual place, i had to pee. so i -- and somehow president clinton had to pee at the same
so like he walks in front -- like in front of me. and i'm right behind him. i kind of end up at the same time -- there's one urinal, and me and this other guy are waiting behind. we both kind of tied for when we got there. [ laughter ] so president clinton is finishing up peeing. and like there's this moment where me and this other guy look at each other like, who gets the honors? [ laughter ] and this other guy, the most gentlemanly feat ever, he just nodded at me. like go for it. >> jimmy: wow. >> so i got to pee after the president. >> jimmy: wow. [ cheers and applause ] if you were a dog, that would be an amazing story. >> the only time ever that i've stepped up to a urinal and taken like a pretty major whiff. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so you're not that ocd. >> i promised myself i wouldn't get political tonight. i'm sorry. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: will forte, everybody. "the last man on earth" sunday nights at 9:30 on fox.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: still to come, music from miike snow. our next guest is a very talented actor on one of the most popular shows in all the world. he plays aaron on "the walking dead," which airs sunday nights on amc. please welcome ross marquand. [ cheers and applause ] can i offer you a cookie? >> it looks very nice. but i think i'm all right. >> jimmy: how are you doing? i heard this is your first talk show. >> it is. well, i did do a spanish-language talk show recently. i was on [ speaking spanish ] and i think guillermo was on there too. >> jimmy: is that the one with the clown? >> yeah. >> jimmy: how did you wind up on that? >> you know. you know the right people. >> jimmy: do you hablo espanol?
>> jimmy: sounded pretty good. >> mas o menos. >> jimmy: we've had quite a few cast members from "the walking dead" on the show. you look very nice. in a suit and not covered with filth and blood. >> it's a funny thing. we do tend to find ourselves in situations where we're absolutely drenched in the stuff. so. >> jimmy: and off the set as well i imagine because you go home and you can't really wash that. and what's the point of washing it off? you have to do it again the next day. >> it's true. actually, we're doing the mid-season premiere over my birthday over the summer and i actually had my buddy's wedding to attend. and we were shooting all night long for two nights in a row, and right around 7:00 in the morning i looked at the clock and i'm like oh, my god, i have an 8:15 flight and i'm still just drenched in this stuff, i don't know if i'm going to make the flight. and on the last take our director looked at us greg nicotero and he said go. so i ran to the van, tore off my clothes as fast as i could and drove in my street clothes up to the airport still just covered in blood. right? [ laughter ]
surprisingly easy, which i found a little disturbing. [ laughter ] that was kind of odd. >> jimmy: nobody stopped you? >> nobody stopped me at tsa. they were like yep, looks like he checks out. that's fine. go ahead. [ laughter ] but when i got to the gate they were shutting the gate. and i said oh, no, no, no, please, you've got to let me on the flight. it's my buddy's wedding. i was incomprehensible. i'd been up for days. i said you've got throat me flight if i miss the flight i'm going to miss my bud yis wedding please let me on the flight. and they said sir, are you okay? are you all right? and i said no. it's not my blood. whoa! that came out wrong. it's -- and finally she said i'm going to have to call my supervisor. sought so the supervisor comes from the other end of the terminal five minutes. and i'm just praying, you just closed the door. let me on the flight. she comes over and says sir, are you okay? yeah. it's not my blood. it's fake blood. i'm on a tv show. is it okay if i get on the flight? she's like okay, what show are you on? "the walking dead." oh. do you mind if we do a selfie? [ laughter ]
selfie luwill you let me on the flight? she's like, yes. >> jimmy: there you go. the selfie paid off. >> the selfie paid off. [ applause ] >> jimmy: i will tell you that i saw you -- you made an online video. what did you make that online video for? >> for "vanity fair." >> jimmy: for "vanity fair." and it's so unbelievably good. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you do all these different impersonations. more than any -- i think anyone i've ever seen do. and they're so excellent. and i was thinking it would be fun fun fun, the academy awards were sunday night. i'll give you a name and you give a quick acceptance speech for each person that i name. it's a challenge. but you feel up to it? >> sure. >> jimmy: i don't want to put you in a difficult position. [ cheers and applause ] we've got a thing over there.
ross marquand. congratulations, ross. the oscar goes to matthew mcconaughey. >> well, i tell you what. i mean, this is just -- this is something else. this is stellar. this is, uh -- this is interstellar. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: john c. reilly. >> oh, john c. reilly. wow. this is -- this is -- this is kind of special. i mean, this is like really extra special. i mean, this is like super duper extra special with sauce. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: nobody does that one. antonio banderas. >> okay. puss in boots was a labor of love. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this is a classic. everyone has their version of this one. christopher walken. >> oh, christopher -- hello. oscar. you're beautiful.
aroused. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: here's a guy who does a lot of impressions himself. kevin spacey. >> oh, kevin spacey. sure. sure. i wish i could say that i was surprised by this but come on. i mean, who are you going to choose? matt damon? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: do you do any of matt damon? >> matt damon, i don't do his voice but i do like a micro impression. he's just always trying to restrain a smile it seems like. he's always -- he's doing the -- you know, he's just like -- [ applause ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> i love it. it's specific. >> jimmy: it's terrible, right? it's terrible. >> he's terrible. he's the worst. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: justin timberlake. >> i was like totally in the bathroom. [ applause ] i'm sorry. did i win this for best actor or best song? i actually don't know.
>> jimmy: all right. gary busey. >> okay. pineapples. quinoa. goji berries. floating around in space. [ applause ] >> jimmy: here's a guy who didn't get a chance to give a speech. you can give it for him. sylvester stallone. >> oh, yeah. i mean, i didn't win, you know. really? i thought this was supposed to be the comeback story of the year. i mean, i got knocked out by mark rylance i? never even heard of the guy. come on. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: well done. michael caine. >> michael caine. oh, sure. where are my notes? oh, dear. i think i must have left them in the rolls-royce. >> jimmy: one more. christian bale. >> christian bale. okay. listen, there are so many people that i'd like to thank. first off -- are you starting to play music? in the middle of my speech, mate? are you [ bleep ] joking, mate? are you serious?
>> announcer: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by samsung. >> jimmy: our thanks to will forte. thanks to ross marquand. apologies to matt damon. we ran out of time. "nightline" is next. but first, their album is called "three." it comes out on friday. here with the song "genghis khan," miike snow!
i know there's no form and no labels to put on to this thing we keep and dip into when we need and i don't have the right to ask where you go at night but the waves hit my head to think someone's in your bed i get a little bit genghis khan i don't want you to get it on with nobody else but me ooh with nobody else but me i get a little bit genghis khan don't want you to get it on with nobody else but me ooh with nobody else but me and the lights
like i just lost the world war and the scene slips away to the evenness i fake it's a cheat somewhere 'cause i don't really want you girl but you can't be free 'cause i'm selfish - i'm obscene i get a little bit genghis khan don't want you to get it on with nobody else but me ooh with nobody else but me i get a little bit genghis khan don't want you to get it on with nobody else but me ooh with nobody else but me ooh i wanna make up my mind but i don't know myself
ooh i wanna make up my mind but i don't know myself no i don't know myself ooh i wanna make up my mind but i don't know myself no i don't know myself i get a little bit genghis khan don't want you to get it on with nobody else but me ooh with nobody else but me i get a little bit genghis khan don't want you to get it on with nobody else but me ooh with nobody else but me doo, doo, doo, doo doo, doo, doo, doo, doo, doo, doo
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