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>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- kristen bell -- dave franco -- the tenth annual belly flop competition -- and music from domo genesis featuring anderson paak. with cleto and the cletones. here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: hey, everybody. welcome. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks for coming. i'm glad you're here.
and we have a -- we have a wet night of television for you tonight. tonight, our tenth annual pedestrian belly flop competition. we go out on the street. we grab people passing by, we have them take off their clothes and jump in a pool on television. it's our version of the olympics but fatter. that's the pool in back of the theater. that's where people will be jumping. in front of the theater we have my cousin [ cheers and applause ] >> what's happening. >> jimmy: sal right now is looking for people who are willing to strip down and flop in the pool. do you have candidates for it? >> i do. this guy is going to be great. come on in. >> jimmy: all right. how you doing? >> great, how are you. >> jimmy: what's your name? >> themba. >> jimmy: how do you spell that? >> t-h-e-m-b-a. >> jim: it's like timber. cutting down a tree.
oh, boy did your parents give you -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: a hell of a life. what do you do for a live ing? >> i'm a third grade educator. >> jimmy: very good. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: where are you from? >> columbus, ohio. >> jimmy: chicago? >> ohio. >> jimmy: you maybe can jump in the shorts, you might not need to change. come on through. we'll get you in the back, get you unsuited up. who else do you have? >> this one is better looking. >> jmy >> haley. >> jimmy: how do you spell that, >> h-a-l-e-y. >> jimmy: okay, very good. where are you from? >> ottawa, canada. >> jimmy: ottawa, canada. would you like to jump in our pool? >> i think i have to, yeah. >> jimmy: i think you ought to also. follow themba. all right. all right, sal, round up some more bellies and we will check back in with you. there was a lot of flopping in cleveland last night at the republican national convention.
how you doing? you go right through. [ cheers and applause ] this will be fun. i have to say, i love this republican national convention. i watched it all day today. i will watch it all night. it would watch it every night. i hate they only do it every four years. last night, former new york city mayor rudolph giuliani, he decided to set a low key tone for the night. >> what happened to there is no black america, there is no white america, there is just america! >> jimmy: i don't know. if that is his audition for wrestle mania 33, he's in. he was passionate when extolling the many virtues of his friend donald trump. >> this is a man with a big heart who loves people, all people, from the top to the bottom, from the middle to the
>> jimmy: from the top, down here? and the bottom's up there? do not get in a car with rudy giuliani behind the wheel. a number of popular stars of -- oh, hey, how you doing? hey, haley. [ cheers and applause ] just go right through. seems like there's got to be a better route than right behind me. so all the stars were out for the convention last night. willie robertson from duck days." antonio sabato jr., from i don't know. all hoist their support for don't trump. i love that they included antonio sabato jr. i can only assume lorenzo lamas was unavailable. this is funny. cnn adds facts about each speaker, listing things that are notable. at the bottom of the screen. these are the highlights for antonio sabato jr.
compelled me to speak now. that's right. i'm concerned about our country's future. i'm concerned about my children's future. i believe we need donald trump. >> jimmy: yeah well, you know. we're all excited for him. and he will be standing outside the convention hall after his speech in case people want to trade pins. tonight, chris christie gave a speech, speaker of the house paul ryan gave a speech. and dr. ben carson led a sleep convention. not all the speakers were politicians. one of my favorites is from a group called the young republicans. >> i asked my fellow young americans across the country to stand with us, visit yrnf.org and we will make america great again.
young republicans 38 years old? of course the biggest -- oh, look at this. speaking of big stars. [ cheers and applause ] hi there, guys. how are you? how you doing? how are you doing? wow. this is too many people. this is too many. hi, how you doing? how you doing? guillermo, where you going? >> i got to take them outside. >> jimmy: oh there's no way. it's too many people. anyway. the star of the convention last night was melania trump. she gave the speech of michelle obama's life last night. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] melania, in case you haven't heard, she's been accused of plagiarizing michelle obama's speech. from the democratic national convention in 2008. someone did a great job of pairing up the videos. side by side. look at this. >> you work hard for what you
and you do what you say you're going to do. that you treat people with respect. with dignity and respect. we want our children in this nation to know that the only limit to your achievements is the strength of your dreams and your willingness to work for them. >> jimmy: so, the speeches are very similar. but the trump campaign insists she did not plagiarize. repeating things is how melania learned to speak english. [ laughter ] [ applause ] as you'd expect, team trump was in defensive mode today. not one republican thought it was unusual how similar the speeches were. >> you heard the similarities. how do you explain that. >> well, not that many similarities. there are a couple of phrases -- >> word by word in a number of places. >> there were 58 words there. 58 words. >> if you were a former prosecutor, you can make a speech for plagiarism? >> not when 93% of the speech is completely different than
>> let's talk about melania's speech in that it may sound a little like somebody else gave a speech like it one time over the course of the last eight years. >> if they were the same words, i argue that melania delivered them a heck of a lot better than michelle. >> jimmy: you know, actually, great point. she didn't major rise the speech, she covered it. like when whitney houston recorded "i will always love you." or the beatles did "twist and shout." it was a cover version of michelle obama's speech. it's who did it first. i have to say, i feel bad for melania. this happened to me once. i was accused of plagiarism. even though i didn't steal anything but a lot of people made false accusations saying i did. i probably shouldn't bring this up but i'll show you the video side by side with the video some people claim was similar. and you will decide. >> i'm the best ever. i'm the most brutal, vicious, ruthless candidate there's ever
there's no one like me. i'm from there cloth. there's no one that can match me. my spoil is impetuous. my defense is impregnable. i'm not just ferocious. i want your heart, i want to eat your children. praise be to oprah. >> jimmy: see, i said oprah at the end. we have to take a break. we have belly floppers outside changing into swim suits. we have a panel -- some have already changed. there we go. and when we come back, competition so stick around. ? [ cheers and applause ] hey there. hi, i'm looking for a deal on an iphone... ...i was thinking, something along these lines. oh, okay. well, how about this? here's my answer. is this you with a dinosaur body?
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>> you know, that's a good idea. i'm going to be judging everyone's bathing suits. everyone better will giving looks. >> jimmy: these bathing suits were thrust upon them moments ago. >> then it's your fault. >> jimmy: we ran them to marshall's or something and they ran them right back. >> then it's your fault. i'll be judging you and your outfit choices then. >> jimmy: very good. the anchor of the judging panel, also an anchor around my neck. my aunt chippy is here with us tonigh let me ask you this, your fake eyelashes, are they water resista resistant? are they able to get wet? >> am i able to get wet? >> jimmy: your eyelashes? >> you leave my eyelashes alone, you little jerk. i'm going to tell you that right now. because i'm going to tell you something. i've got this gavel and i'll beat the [ bleep ] out of you with it, i'm not kidding. >> jimmy: being threatened by
guillermo, let's do this. themba, are you ready? >> i'm ready. i can't wait. >> jimmy: you say you're a teacher of third graders. will they see this? >> they better. >> jimmy: have they ever seen you with your shirt off before? >> no! >> jimmy: this is going to be extra weird. >> very weird. >> jimmy: are you ready? >> i'm ready. >> jimmy: guillermo, are you ready? >> ready. >> jimmy: judges, are you ready? the judges are ready. let's begin the flopping. here we go. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow. wow. that was -- that was pretty -- when you're a big guy, there are a lot of expectations. and i feel like themba delivered. >> what are you giving him? >> i'm giving him an 8. >> i'm going to give him a smack in the ass. he's hitting me. >> jimmy: it is not your turn. >> he nearly drowned me. >> jimmy: a 9.
is wrong? >> you got to be freaking kidding me. almost drowned me over here. and that's the first one. the others better be skinnier than him. >> jimmy: all right. all right, the judges aren't happy. --. >> holy crap. >> jimmy: a really good score. how do you feel? >> i feel good. what's this little towel? >> jimmy: let's look at your instant replay and examine your performance. you got up pretty high. you entered with your feet. which is usually not good. i think you made up for it. you have a 25. all right. let's go back to the board. enjoy that hot dog. and our next contestant haley. haley is from canada. i heard it took you a while to get you into the bikini? >> yeah, it was hard. >> jimmy: did you have much to choose from? >> no. >> jimmy: have you ever belly flopped before? >> no, this is a first.
intentionally? >> unintentionally. >> jimmy: guillermo, what are you thinking right now? [ laughter ] >> i will tell you after the show. >> jimmy: what's that? i couldn't hear you. >> i will tell you after the show. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right, ready for this, haley? >> yep. >> jimmy: the object is to really slap that belly. we like to you be red when you get out of the pool. okay. >> jimmy: all right? count of three. >> three, two, one. >> jimmy: oh. wow. wow. >> yeah, that was -- >> jimmy: let's look at the replay there. i have to say, i'm not an expert when it comes to belly flopping. but the sound that was produced by her belly must be taken into account. as far as i'm concerned. let's see what the judges say. lolo gives her a 10. >> i lost an eyelash on that one. >> good job. >> jimmy: lolo is wet. e.j.? >> that was flat. >> jimmy: aunt chippy?
>> jimmy: you got a perfect score. i mean, really, we could end it right now. nobody's going to top that. we may have to go to sudden death. >> i was pretty impressed that. i was not expecting that at all. >> jimmy: and a first timer. look behind you, oh, goodness, what have we on the board? hello there, beautiful. what is your name? >> my name is jose. >> jimmy: where are you from? >> miami, florida. they call >> jimmy: what do you do for a living? >> i'm a teacher. >> jimmy: another teacher. another treat for the kids back home. >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: in case you are wondering what your teacher has done over the summer this is it. have the kids ever seen your nipples before? >> not like this. >> jimmy: do you think you can beat a perfect score? you can't beat a perfect score. do you think you can tie a perfect score? >> after that, i don't know, buddy. >> jimmy: you're going to have to.
>> jimmy: oh. that was -- that was very well done. this is going to be tough for the judges. judges -- >> can you have a tie? >> jimmy: let's see the instant replay to get a look at that. here it comes. there he is. he entered the water. in extreme fashion. lolo, ha 10? >> i just saw his backside. so i give him a 10 for that. >> jimmy: so he gets bonus points. very good. lolo with a 10. e.j.? >> it was a perfect hit. perfectly flat. >> jimmy: e.j. with a perfect 10. aunt chippy? >> [ bleep ]. i'm giving him a 9 because he
by aunt chippy. >> i'm soaking wet! >> jimmy: how do you feel? your stomach okay? does it sting? >> i feel great. >> jimmy: we will continue with the flopping and crown our top flopper later on. we have a great show tonight. dave franco is here. we will be right back with kristen bell. so stick around. ? [ cheers and applause ] ? ?? thank you for your song. ? i hope i provided mine. ? ? nexium 24hr is now the #1 choice of doctors and pharmacists
jeffery ross, and we'll have music from culture club. and on thursday, viggo mortensen, george lopez, and music from colin hay. so please join us then. our first guest is a star of the big screen, the small screen and the screen that keeps your daughter quiet in the back seat of the car. you can see her next alongside mila kunis and christina applegate in the new comedy "bad moms." it opens in theaters july 29th. please say hello to kristen bell. ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i know it's your birthday yesterday. happy belated birthday. >> well, you're in luck because it's still my birthday. >> jimmy: oh, are you birthday week kind of thing? >> a little more. in our house hold, we have a rule that dax made up. it's your birthday until you decide it's not your birthday anymore. >> jimmy: really?
how long can it go? >> well, last year, it went well into september. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah, yeah. he made it up one day. he said, it can be your birthday until you decide it's not your birthday anymore. and i was like, perfect! >> jimmy: how long does dax go with his birthday? >> he doesn't go as long as i do. he goes two weeks. >> jimmy: what does that mean? two weeks of birthday? then would you get a cake every night? >> no, you get to make all the decisions. you get to choose what we watch on tv, you choose if we go to the park or not, you choose what in, if we go out. you get to make all of the decisions that basically affect everybody. >> jimmy: and the kids, do their birthdays play into this? >> no, no, no, no, no. you have to be over 18 for this rule to apply. >> jimmy: okay. my daughter turned 2 on the 10th. so just last week, we have been talking about her birthday for a long time leading up. and singing the song and teaching her to blow out the candles and all this stuff. and that morning, we in the bedroom and starting sings happy
over. she was sick. she missed her whole birthday. she was sick the whole day. now, if i knew about this plan -- although it doesn't apply to her at her age -- she could still be eating cake, still be celebrating. >> look, at that age, we have done christmas like december 18th because it's better for everybody's schedule. like, they don't know the date. >> jimmy: you're right. but there was a big party she didn't get to go to. >> that is a bummer. yeah. >> jimmy: it was bad, yeah. i was hoping she wouldn't vomit on her birthday until at least her late teens. >> aww. >> jimmy: and now in this movie "bad moms." you're playing a mom in the movie. is this the first movie in which you've been a mom? >> no, i was a mom in "the boss". >> jimmy: that's right, the single mom in "the boss." you wouldn't take the kids to see this movie. >> no, no, no, no.
very liberal household in we explain content, then we keep our privates covered in real life but sometimes people show their boobs on tv and that's their choice. but no, i don't think -- there's a scene where i play a giant penis. and i just feel like they don't need it, you know? >> jimmy: yeah, i have done that. yeah. [ laughter ] you -- you -- the last time dax was here, he told a story that may -- i would love, when your ki d not, about having a vasectomy. it was very personal. >> because he was late. after you have 20 experiences post-vasectomy, you have to check the batter and see if it's still active. >> jimmy: right. >> and so he was -- he had one appointment that he could make and he was driving across town and you have to like put it in a jar. and he was driving over laurel
not gather the specimen prior to leaving the house. so he had to -- >> jimmy: it had to be fresh. >> yeah. gather the specimen in his car in laurel canyon in stopped traffic. but again, you know what? that's a thing we did. i'm not going to attach anything negative to it. >> jimmy: what i wanted to ask about that story, which is an unbelievable story. did he run that by you beforehand? did he tell you, i may tell that story? >> he did, yeah. he's very respectful in that regard. but also, we are kind of -- we're people that like embarrassment. i think it makes everything a little lighter and brighter when you can be cool about your embarrassing stories. are very few things i would say, please don't tell that story. >> jimmy: are some of the things coming to your mind? are there things that you have nixed --
i mean, someone in the household's always nude. >> jimmy: oh. >> a kid's always nude, running from room to room when he's changing. it doesn't really matter. >> jimmy: dax bolts about the house nude? >> sometimes, if i'm lucky. >> jimmy: does he ever go to the mailbox? >> i don't think so, jimmy. but i can't be sure. >> jimmy: you know, i'm going to put in a call and see if he does. >> not that i've seen. >> jimmy: the last time you were here you were working on the "frozen" sequel. have you started with that? >> we haven't started recording, we're waiting to get our hands on the script. they take a lot of time to perfect and it it has to go through a lot of development to make sure it's exactly the story that needs to be told. like, i hope we start recording soon. >> jimmy: do you have to warm up to get back in the character, to anna, or is it something that's just you -- >> it's pretty much me. plus, we have been doing it for
like, we have to record when japanese epcot opens or the holiday special at one of the disneyland parks or the toys. we all still, josh, adina, jonathan and i have to get together. >> jimmy: you don't have voice doubles that do your voice in the japanese park? anything like that? >> i don't think so. well, i'm sure they do because it's kind of known if they can't get you with your schedule, they have someone else record it. but i like a little job security. >> jimmy: i see, i gotcha. >> you're doing a voice, right? >> jimmy: i did a voice in a thing and they asked me for a voice double. and i thought, maybe they're trying to fire me. and i said, the only one who sounds like me is my brother. sounds almost exactly like me. so they hired him. i don't know what is going on with that. >> oh-oh. people do it, though. they have voice doubles. sometimes for adr, for movies. >> jimmy: now i know that. thanks for warning me. >> you should not have given your brother's name.
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by myself, i have fantasy i get in a car crash. not a big injury. fire, explosions. just a little one. but i do get injured. i get to go to the hospital for two weeks but i sleep all day. and i eat jell-o and i watch tv. and it's all covered by insurance. my kids bring me balloons. rub cream on my feet. and oh, my god, it's so amazing. is that like, something you guys fantasize about too? >> no. >> no. >> jimmy: that's kristen bell in "bad moms." it opens july 29th. you play one of the good moms in "bad moms." >> no, i play one of the bad moms. well, it's not black and white. the whole point of the movie is about moms that rebel and throw in the towel saying, this job is underappreciated and overworked and we need to be women again for a second. it's like, there are no good moms and bad moms. everyone is the mom they are. >> jimmy: there are some bad
this is not about those. >> jimmy: not that bad. >> no. >> jimmy: there's a funny thing you do at the end where you talk about your actual moms. >> yeah, with our moms. we did segments with our moms. >> jimmy: was this the first thing she has been in of yours? >> no. first of all, she was very excited. it's not the first time she has made an appearance in something i have done. she's made quite a few. sometimes when she comes in to vis background players who cross in the background to make it feel like a full town square or something. >> jimmy: right. >> and i noticed the second time i invited her to set, they are directed by the director saying cross now, cross now. she would cross. i would watch the scene and she crosses again, and again. and it just looks like someone's zigzagging across the town square. i realize, this is a baller move. she's like, i don't need to
this look like a full community. >> jimmy: your mom is a character, right? >> she's great. she also came to set on "veronica mars" once, and most of it took place at a police station. and i said, you want to be in the scene? she was like, definitely, i'll go to hair and majorup, don't worry about it. she goes to wardrobe. she walks into the police station dressed and handcuffed as a hooker. and she sat in the lobby of the police station like -- ba background like -- like she had been busted. i thought it was a great choice. >> jimmy: i think so too. you have video that you sent us. this is -- when did you get this from your mother? >> well, when i went to college, my mom would maybe have a sip of wine and make me these long videos of cut-together funny footage or things she was doing at the house when i was gone. and one of them was -- the back story, she found these two giant cockroaches. she loves taxidermy. side note.
not only felt the need to transport them back to michigan, but she put strings on their little dead bodies and puppeteered them in a video in my room because i was a slob and they were feasting on the crumbs in my bed. and she made a music video and a guitar is in one of their hands. >> jimmy: i think we have it here, actually. >> the cat's swatting on it. >> jimmy: there it >> we made this movie for you because we appreciate the way you keep your room. enjoy. >> hi, kristen. hello, everyone, at new york university. we miss you, kristen, and your body's warmth on these cold michigan nights. kristen's nightstand. mountain dew, our favorite breakfast. >> she said that, that's not my night stand.
? and got you crying ? >> jimmy: that is the most creative passive aggressive video i have ever seen. >> the actual -- the ending which wasn't in there, was the greatest. she taped their wings down to the stage so she can get them to bow. there is an applause loop where they're just taking a bow. >> jimmy: they are dead, right? >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: please p.e.t.a. on kristen's mom. "bad moms" opens july 29th. kristen bell, everybody. we will be right back with dave franco. ? [ cheers and applause ] [ bell rings ] oh, hey, jamie, can you hang back a sec? ? you wanna tell me about the boy in this painting? i dunno...maybe nobody understands him. well, if he were here,
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[ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: how are you? >> i'm good, man, how are you doing? >> jimmy: very good to see you. >> good to see you. can i say something? >> jimmy: yeah. >> you have always been so nice to me and so supportive of me and you're a good person. i appreciate it, continue. >> jimmy: that's nice. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i think that you're really talented. i do. >> thank you. >> jimmy: were you a good kid? were you a well-behaved kid? you seem like you would have been. >> i was a pretty good kid. yeah, i can't recall any shocking right now. >> jimmy: did you work in the summers were you an actor already? >> no, i worked. my first job ever, i was 14 working at a mom and pop video store. i actually think illegal for me to be working a the that age. >> jimmy: it is illegal, yes. >> at the time, it was mostly vhs tapes. you rent them for two nights and
so i remember we were in palo alto. so we had some interesting clientele. like steve jobs. he would come in. >> jimmy: the real steve jobs? >> the real steve jobs yeah. >> jimmy: hold on a minute! >> yeah, take your time, take your time. >> jimmy: steve jobs would come in your video store. >> right. >> jimmy: at that time, did you know it was steve jobs? >> a great question. i think i was aware but i didn't appreciate it. no. >> jimmy: wow, yeah. yeah, you w >> exactly. >> jimmy: what kind of month of ease would he rent? >> with the late fees, he didn't come in often. but i remember he had a $267 late fee for a rainbow bright cartoon movie. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what? >> and you think about it, and you're like, that's got to be the sole reason he created apple tv. and i feel like i should take park credit for that too.
jobs saying, we need the rainbow bright cartoon back. so i'll take 18% credit for the existence of apple tv. >> jimmy: you deserve a check of some kind. that is unbelievable. he didn't read the terms and conditions at the store. >> could have been. >> jimmy: that's unbelievable. you saw all the movies. you wanted to get in the movies. your brother james decided he wanted to do all that stuff. >> right, right. >> jimmy: i enjoyed the new movie. >> did you like it? >> jimmyi premise. it's not a video game but a social media game. >> yeah. it's an online game and you pay to be a player or a watcher. if you're a player, the watchers find information about you online through your social media and give you dares that you wouldn't want to do. if they find out you are afraid of heights, they put you on the top of a sky scraper. as the movie progresses it gets more life threatening. >> jimmy: it's hugely popular. in a way you must have looked at
>> it's insane. >> jimmy: you must have been thrilled. >> everyone thinks the studio planted that. it's perfect timing. >> jimmy: it is, really. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: it is a slightly more dangerous version of pokemon go. >> exactly, slightly. slightly. >> jimmy: just slightly. >> yeah, but like -- it's one of the things, where it's been a fun press tour. we have been thinking outside the box. we wanted to do dares to help promote the movie. >> jimmy: so you did -- this is not from the movie, the videotape we have. >> yeah, so we got a clip where and i did a singing dare, singing in public. and for people who know me, they know i'm very shy in public, i walk around with my head down. this was extremely horrifying. but basically you'll see me walking into the apple store in soho and humiliation ensues. >> jimmy: here we go. ? you are my fire ?
? believe when i say that i want it that way ? ? tell me why ? >> jimmy: wait a minute. [ cheers and applause ] >> the best part about that video, when you're in new york and you're doing something crazy, no one even bats an eyelash. >> jimmy: even the kid. >> i went up to this kid trying to engage with him. he looks at so many bizarre things happening in new york, they don't care. >> jimmy: that is pretty crazy. that is pretty uncomfortable for you. >> it was horrible. >> jimmy: a lot of people would be terrified by acting. you have cameras on you, you have to do this kind of stuff -- >> i don't know why it's different in real life but it was bad. but it was bad for me. what ended up happening, i sent this video to a few of my friends, who i knew would get a kick out of it. and they were like, i want to do that. and i was like, yeah, go for it. so it got to a point, we should
out of their shells a little bit. and i don't know the camera to look into. >> jimmy: look in all of them at once. >> all of them at once. record yourself singing in public, tag your friends, and #findyournerve and get weird and see what happens. >> jimmy: the great thing is, you are making a game in the movie everything goes horribly into something people really are going to do. >> yeah. think about this a little bit. >> while i think about this, i'm going to call out a few people i will dare to do it. >> jimmy: okay, go ahead, yeah. >> jimmy: this is like the ice water challenge. >> sure. >> jimmy: but with no charity involved in it at all. >> exactly. exactly. yes. so better. >> jimmy: even better. without all that pesky money going to charity. >> whatever, whatever. let's see, this girl i know named allison bree. >> jimmy: okay. >> a guy i met a few times james
sage cc1 test message the "jimmy kimmel live!" concert series is presented by samsung. >> jimmy: i'd like to thank kristen bell, dave franco and apologize to matt damon. we ran out of time. "nightline" is next but first, his album is called "genesis" here with the song "dapper," with some help from anderson paak, domo genesis! [ cheers and applause ] ? note here's the light here's the light here's the light ? ? yeah, yeah ? ? hold that light come on now hold out ? ? hold you feel it that light ? ? baby you got to hold on smoke
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