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we hope you check in for "good morning america." we're online at goodnight, america. jimmy kimmel is coming up next. >> up next on an all new jimmy kimmel live. >> snooki from the show jersey shore is pregnant. did you know that? >> yeah. >> shame on all of you. she found out what she's having. she's having a gerbil. >> go ahead and do your show and your interview. >> bethenny frankel and music from kim bra. >> just because you're
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>> jimmy: i'm jimmy kimmel with a word about sony nex-5n -- the dslr quality camera that fits in your pocket. it's got an interchangeable lens system that gives you the ability to capture whatever inspires you. i like to take close-up shots of meat. like this. plus, the camera records full 1080 hd video. in other words, it's a great little camera. have you tried it, guillermo? guillermo? guillermo? >> are you talking to me, jimmy? >> jimmy: yeah, i'm talking to you. >> oh, sorry, i couldn't hear you because i have the sony nex-5n stuck in my ear. it fits so nice in there because
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of how small it is. >> jimmy: well read. couldn't you just keep that in your pocket? >> no. >> jimmy: why not? >> because my pockets are full of $100 bills. dumbass. >> dicky: go to to learn more. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: "jimmy kimmel live" is back in two minutes with josh brolin, bethenny frankel and music from kimbra. your dog's a contradiction.
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aren't just a "show." [ sizzling ] there's a reason that sound instantly starts up the waterworks in your mouth. [ sizzling ] it's the sound of flavor erupting, as freshly prepared ingredients sear, simmer, and caramelize, right there at your table. but, is a pretty good show. i'll have that. [ male announcer ] try our new sizzling entrees! like the double barrel whisky sirloin, the new sizzling n'awlins skillet, and more. starting at just $9.99. only at applebee's. >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- josh brolin. bethenny frankel. and music from kimbra. with cleto and the cletones. and now, what everyone's dreading, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: hi, everyone. thank you very much. that's very nice. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. i thank for watching and for coming out to visit. hope everybody's okay. everybody feeling okay tonight? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i had an unusual thing happen to me last night. i went home last night and all the lights in my house were out. it was completely dark. so naturally, i assumed surprise party. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: my birthday is in november, so that would be weird. but if you really want to surprise someone, six months early is the way to go about it. but i went in the house and nobody jumped out, so i knew it wasn't that. so i did that thing, where even though you know the power's out, you continuously try to flip the lights on.
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every ten steps, i was like, oh, yeah. maybe i'll watch tv, oh, yeah. i have the attention span of a kitten. it's unbelievable. so i go around flipping all the lights on for no reason. i put my radio on. then of course when the power did finally come back on at 3:00 a.m., it was like las vegas on new year's eve. it was terrifying. [ laughter ] this does not give me a lot of confidence in having my head frozen after i die. you know, the olympic torch is making its way to london for the start of the summer games at the end of july. was asked to participate and that's a big deal, being asked to run the olympic torch. it's an honor. when you watch the interview, you can really see how touched was being asked to do that. >> something that you only saw on tv growing up. so to be here today in the uk, with all the hard work it took
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me to get to this level, to be able to do that, following and pursuing my dreams, and now i'm here with the torch. it's great. he's texting. he's on his phone while running with the olympic torch. those words with friends aren't going to spell themselves. so nicely done. that would be a fun one on explain to the people of ancient greece. some interesting news from marvel comics, they're announced that their first openly gay super hero, a character called north star, is getting married. he's marry his long-time boyfriend in issue 51. that sounds like a crappy band your co-worker is trying to get you to like. mitt romney came out against this because he believes
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marriage is a sacred bond between one superman and one super woman. their competitor announced that an existing super hero will come out of closet next month. they haven't said which one. let's see if we can guess. batman and robin, too obvious. superman. he does come out of closets a lot and wears retro glasses even though he doesn't need them to see, for no reason. so we'll keep an eye on him. the flash could definitely -- his nickname is the scarlet speedster, he access rizs as you can see there. captain marvel, it's hard to imagine a straight man yelling the word shazam. [ laughter ] the green lantern, his name already sounds like a gay bar. so he could be. and finally aquaman, a lot of
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people have beenaying they think it's going to be him. no gay man i know would ever be caught dead in an outfit like that. no way. it's been getting a lot of attention lately, but it never turns out to be one of the big characters. probably turn out to be one of the wonder twins. so why not accelerate the process of bringing gay characters into the mainstream. we we took a cartoon and combined with audio from an episode of project runway and i think this is just the launching pad we need. >> i'm checking in with jash you. >> how are you feeling about the collection? >> i am working on, you know, the most important collection of my life. i happen to come across this really great fabric they found. >> is it finished? >> yeah, it is. >> can i be blunt? >> i think it's looking like a gimmick. >> the minute you put it on?
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>> it's over. it's on the edge of looking cheap. >> you think about ice cream? >> i do like a good sherbert. >> where's the sex you always exude? like farmer and the dell. >> okay. >> make it work. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i don't think so. as you probably know, snooki from the show jersey shore is pregnant. did you know that? >> yeah. >> jimmy: shame on all of you. [ laughter ] she just found out what she's having. she's having a gerbil. she's giving birth to a very tan baby gerbil. she's having a tiny little goose-head gorilla boy. she was hoping to have a girl, or if not a girl, one of those water melons filled with tequila. but happy to be having a boy. some day in the not too distant
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future, a young man is going to bring her to his home and he'll be forced to say this is my mom snooki. tonight we witnessed the season finale of american idol, and when all the votes were counted after 19 weeks of competition, our new american idol is colin crystal -- wins american idol. congratulations. are you guys fans of kol snin i just made that name up. there's no colin crystal. i have no idea who won. i don't watch. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: they really packed the show tonight. i saw a promo with 20 guest singers listed, gloria gainor, nelly furtado, and scotty mccree mccreery. it was like a mix tape from an ex-girlfriend who always hated you. but i'm happy to report that
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they're done for another season. randy jackson will get back to his dance crew. jennifer lopez will go back to making three commercials a day and steven tyler returns to his day job as a mannequin at chico's in the westfield mall. there has been another new development in the secret service scandal, four of the agents who were let go are trying to have their dismissals overturned. they claimed they're being used as scapegoats because there's an unwritten code that says you can get drunk and have sex with women in other countries. internally they refer to it as the secret circus, which explains why they were traying to pay the hookers peanut. just because you're pitching a tent doesn't make it a circus.
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[ cheers and applause ] unfortunately the scandal is expanding. now several dea agents, it's a whole other thing, are being scrutinized for allegedly soliciting prostitutes in cartagena. this is turning into 50 shades of gray for men now. here's what it comes down to for me. if you want to have one-night stands or hire a bunch of hookers, fine. just don't sign up to protect our politicians. if that's the thing you want to do, become one of our politicians. [ laughter and applause ] thank you. meanwhile, in the less glamourous world of airport security, starting in july, the three three major airports in new york will feature life-size holograms that can interact, answer questions for you and tell you where you need to g, which means we are one step closer to the day no one has a job. what's the end game here? we all just sit around on the couch watching the kardashians? the hologram is a female named ava. she appears on a sheet of glass
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when someone approaches. it's amazing. look at this. >> i'm so versatile. i can be used for just about anything. i can say what you want, dress the way you want, and be just about anything you want me to be. >> jimmy: okay, how is this not a sex robot? what has happened to our priorities? you can be used for anything. if i was 15 years old, i don't think i'd be able to control -- i'd probably attack it. that's not what you need in the airport in new york. in new york, they should have something more like this. >> excuse me. could you tell me where the delta ticket counteris, please? >> what do i look like, a [ bleep ]? look at the sign, lazy [ bleep ]. >> screw you. >> you know, every so often on the show, we send my cousin sal
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out to the wild to do what he does best, which is bother unsuspecting people. we sent him to costco in burbank. they have a very liberal return policy. if something is wrong, they'll fix it, unless of course the guy working the return counterhappens to be my cousin sal. ♪ >> can i help you, sir? >> how you doing? you're returning it? okay what's wrong with it? i didn't open it. >> so here's the thing with our new return policy, you have to break it. it has to be broken before you return it. yeah. so if anyone comes here, and says my wife bought we one. it's gets stupid after a while. they don't want to have to deal with it. >> you want me to break it?
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>> yeah, if you're going to return this, i need you to break it. hold on, i'll help you out a little. just smash the crap out of it. don't make any noise. >> i'm not going to break this. >> come on on, steven seagal. >> then you're going to say that i broke it. >> i'm trying to help you out. how about this, i'm going to close my eyes and i'll put my hand on your hand and we'll smash it together, so technically it will be -- >> you want to do that? >> yeah. >> okay. one, two -- it needs to be firmer. [ banging noise ] >> got to hand it to the chinese. this is pretty indestructible. >> oh, okay, we're using the
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wrong side. >> what's going on? are you destroying our products here? >> he's lying, dude. take him away. >> can you come over here? >> sir, i'll take you right here. hey, what's happening? >> too big. and they ended up having one already. so i'm just returning. >> oh, man, i cannot deal with this right now. cannot deal with this right now. >> excuse me, why are you doing that? >> i so, so cannot deal with this right now. that's pretty good. >> that's your problem, number one. you're drinking in front of customers. and number two, you grab my stuff and throw it on the floor. >> when did you do that? >> you just did that.
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is your manager here so i can talk to him? >> thihis is not a laundromat. you're bringing your clothes. >> who said it was a laundro mot in the first place. >> when you dropped it off, you said no starch. >> who is your manager? can somebody help me over here because he's acting up. i'm not picking it up because i didn't put it right there. >> if someone trips on it, we have a problem. >> that's your problem. you're the one who threw this there. i put it right here and told you the reasons why i was returning it. >> you're acting hisster cal. >> you're drinking alcohol in front of me on the job. >> that's a really good idea. i'm glad you said that. woo! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, sal. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tonight on the show, bethenny frankel is here, we have music from kimbra, and we'll be right back with
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>> jimmy: tonight on the program, a former real housewife of new york and current author. that's right, her first-ever novel is called "skinnydipping." bethenny frankel is here. [ cheers and applause ] she has a novel. and then a very talented singer, whom you may know from that big hit, gotye song. tonight, she makes her network television debut as a solo artist. this is her debut album "vows," it came out yesterday. kimbra from the bud light outdoor stage. [ cheers and applause ] tomorrow night, we'll be joined by the lovely charlize theron,
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manny pacquiao will be here, and music from graffiti 6. so join us then, too. our first guest is a very fine actor whom you know from superb performances in the movies "no country for old men," "w" and "true grit." you can see him now in 3d opposite will smith in the much-anticipated "men in black 3." please welcome, josh brolin! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: you look great. >> thank you. >> jimmy: i never know what kind of facial hair you'll have when you come to the show. >> i'm facial hairist. >> jimmy: do you have a team? >> i don't really have a team but i have an entire closet of facial hair. >> jimmy: you do? >> how gross does that sound? i just had an image of how gross
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that was. >> jimmy: it sounds like the work of a maniac. >> no facial hair team. but i like to groom. grooming is good. you know, like when i was doing wall street, mani pedis, like a billionaire thing to do. not really cool where i'm from, the country and cowboy thing. but now i don't do the mannis anymore, but the pedis, i still do, bro. >> jimmy: how often do you pedi? >> i'm going with all these girls to get pedis after the show. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: no, seriously? >> every hour, every hour and a half. after men in black 3, i got to make some cash, i got me a traveling pedi. no, no, no, where i'm fro, the country, you do your nails.
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see, my legs are too freaking short. but guys do it, they sit and watch tv and eat their nails off their foot. it's not cool. so secretly they think i'm watching tv shows and eating my feet. but i thought it was better to get a $30 santa monica boulevard -- not that side, but the other side of santa monica boulevard, a $30 pedi. >> jimmy: and you go in and they recognize you. do you have a special person you go to regularly? >> do they recognize me as an actor? >> jimmy: yeah. >> no. i'm like the goatee guy. scary josh is coming in. give him a deal. but, yeah, man, next time we do the show, we should do like a pedi thing. >> jimmy: i've never had that before. >> we should do it. so how was men in black 3, it
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was really wonderful. it was great. >> jimmy: then can we wear those -- >> i don't like the shiny stuff, though. because you put the cowboy boots on, it feels so good in the cowboy boots, there's no ripping. >> jimmy: you wouldn't want something like that. maybe we'll do an eyebrow shaping too. >> there's a lot of other things i could think of doing too. >> jimmy: you've been traveling all over the world. >> i have. we've been to london, berlin. we broke the world record for premiere attendance in berlin. 7,000 people at the o-2 stadium. [ cheers and applause ] we been to spain. we within to korea, japan, moscow, everywhere, in the last 12 days. i feel like i'm on acid right now. >> jimmy: what's moscow like? what is that like? do they have kgb agents
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following you around? >> they do. m 6 in london and then you actually see the kgb building and before the cold war and all that. when i'm there, not that it's needed, but i have security detail. it's just a thing. will smith needs security detail. me, it looks kind of dumb by myself. but they got, literally the guys, here, let me get over here. we're going through red square. i got about an hour and a half off and the guy stands that close to me. >> jimmy: why? >> i don't know. >> so go ahead and do your show and see how uncomfortable it is. is it some condition where people like to rub against other people. i think he had that condition. the last time i did this, i was with matt lauer in red square. he was doing a live show and i'm in every shot. and i was like, [ bleep ]! no kidding because you're like
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this guy doing this thing. stand back. i don't need it. he's doing this protection thing, but really he's just rubbing on me. it was really creepy. it was creepy. >> jimmy: i hope you and he stayed friends. >> i loved russia, but the dude was creepy. >> jimmy: are you sure he worked for you? maybe he was just a fan. >> maybe a fan. >> jimmy: you brought some photographs. i think you need to explain the story before we show them. >> you have a buddy and i have a buddy. john krasinski, and he's a friend. >> jimmy: right. >> he's the best, the greatest. but we have the same publicist, liz mahoney. our publicists, she just likes me better. so john gets like, hey, liz, what are you doing with josh? oh, my god, we had the greatest time. we went here. we went here. so then i started sending him pictures. the first picture, that's liz mahoney. >> jimmy: lovely, by the way.
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>> thank you for saying so. not that she's my -- anyway, she's wonderful. this is publicist of john brolin and john krasinski, but loves josh brolin more. this is liz mahoney and josh brolin on the plane to europe having a frigging blast. >> jimmy: yeah, like ultra first-class. [ laughter ] >> this one is john krasinski's. trying to be a good sport about everything. but obviously sending a message, a very clear message. >> jimmy: he's not in first class. >> this one is liz and myself in rio, having again, a great time. but we would say to krasinski, we're not having a great time. so this is liz and i in cancun, not having a great time. and this is his response. >> jimmy: yeah, he's in pittsburgh. >> so now it's getting angry at
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this point. so now liz and i in paris, liz and i at in germany. now we have liz and i in london, in front of big ben and then finally before you show it, we have the ultimate response, which was entitled where he's working right now with the famous matt damon and sent, pittsburgh hates you. [ cheers and applause ] jimmy and i, john! >> jimmy: more with josh when we come back. also, get a free flight. you know that comes with a private island? really? no. it comes with a hat. see, airline credit cards promise flights for 25,000 miles, but... [ man ] there's never any seats for 25,000 miles. frustrating, isn't it? but that won't happen with the capital one venture card.
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>> last chance, who are you and what do you know? >> i'm an agent in the future. we're partners. 25 years from now, you're going to recruit me. 14 years after that, the guy you didn't let me kill today escapes and jumps in the past and unleashes a full-scale invasion of earth. we got 19 hours to catch him. so really, we need to go right now. >> all right. >> jimmy: josh brolin, men in
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black 3 comes out friday. that image, for those who don't know and probably most people don't know, will smith's character goes back in time and you play a younger version of tommy lee jones' character. and you do a dead on impersonation of him. it's unbelievable. were you studying him? how does that happen? >> tommy lee jones is not the kind of guy you want to sleep with in the same room. he's a little iconic. i studied. i watch movies snp where did you meet? >> i met him in santa fe. he's an amazing actor. so i was sitting in a bar with barry corbin in santa fe hotel.
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then tommy waddels up and does his whole thing. doesn't look at me, talks to barry, literally for 15 minutes without looking at me. then i said, i'm sorry to interrupt my name's josh brolin, and he was like, he looked at me. okay. and i said i'm here, i'm gonna play -- >> and he goes, you're playing lou? and he looked at me for the longest most awkward tense pause, and he goes, all right. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: have you done imitations for him? >> no. we did a read-through and i refused to do it in front of him. they did two separate. because you know you don't want to get it wrong, man. he hasn't come up to me. i heard he came up to barry and will, said some really nice things about the movie.
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but i'm not going to go what did you think about me playing you, playing kay as a young guy, like how cool is that, you know? i love acting. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's a great impersonation. what did you do last time you were here? you did an impersonation of john malco vich. and that was great. do you do a lot of people? >> you got to go out to a bar and have a couple of drinks. that's how i met barry sonnen feld, the director of the movie. i gave the cohen brothers an award. it was funny. and then barry was like, oh, my god, i want to meet him. that's really how he found me. that's not an exaggeration. we went out, had a couple of drinks. we started doing nick nolte and tommy lee jones and all that. little do you know, you're going to get a call three years later, you know that impression you do, how about doing it for millions around the planet?
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i'm like that doesn't really sound cool to me, but you never know how a movie is going to turn out. >> jimmy: the movie came out great. don't you think? >> i do. but you do a movie like no country for old men, i remember we're halfway through the movie, between takes, mellow time. ethan cohen, one of the directors, shuffles up to me and he goes, this movie is never going to work. nobody's going to see it. and walks away. i'm like, dude, we're not even done with the movie. [ laughter ] >> finish the movie first and see it, then make a judgement. then to spite him, it wins best picture. >> jimmy: of course. great to see you. go see men in black 3, it opens friday. we'll be right back with bethenny frankel. ♪ [ male announcer ] applebee's new sizzling entrees
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>> jimmy: kimbra will be with us. our next guest is a very successful businesswoman, author and reality tv star. you can see her every waking moment chronicled on "bethenny ever after" on bravo. and her new book is also a work of fiction. it's called "skinnydipping." please say hello to bethenny frankel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: how are you? >> i'm great. thank you for having me. >> jimmy: it's great to have you here. you have an interesting story. when you started on reality television, you were broke, like most people on reality television. >> right. >> jimmy: but unlike most people
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on reality television, you somehow parlayed that into a multimillion-dollar business. >> it is interesting. i decided to do reality television because i had a business i wanted to promote. i turned the showdown and then i thought, it's difficult to get on the air. i do have a platform. and i was at an event in the hamptons. i was approached and they asked me to be on the housewives. i didn't have children and wasn't married. didn't even have a good relationship. and i accepted and i kind of just, you know, took my top off from there on in. i just showed it all and was honest and i developed a real relationship with women because i was honest about being broke, about not knowing how to pay my rent, not knowing if there of the going to be a guy, if i was going to have children and it's not cute anymore in your 30s going to the club and threeing to find mr. right and even mr. right now is not easy at that point. then i came up with, i like the
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cocktail i always have. and i wanted to not feel guilty about t so i started to start ordering skinny girl margaritas. >> jimmy: that's a great to have invented your own cocktail. i don't think shirley temple invented hers. >> and she doesn't make any money off hers. >> jimmy: you came up with your own. how do you wind up turning this into a real business? >> every woman doesn't want to feel guilty about having a cocktail. it was a margarita. now it's 13 different cocktails and we just take out with our drink like a lady campaign. it's the fastest growing liquor brand, period. >> jimmy: i have to say, for me, i can't imagine anything more embarrassing than me ordering a skinny-girl margarita. >> a lot of guys drink it and mix the margarita with beer. >> jimmy: at that point, why even bother? >> that's true. but it's cool to go into a bar.
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i can bring my own booze places because they're not going to turn me down. i invented it. i'm getting high on my own supply. >> jimmy: you can carry your own liquor into any place you want to go? >> it's not like carrying a seeing eye dog on an airplane, but i do it. >> jimmy: like snoop dogg is able to be high wherever he goes. >> right. celebrities need to be able to drink cocktails. you always have a publicist putting that way and i'm like, hi, babies through college. >> jimmy: now people are not allowed to smoke. >> exactly. >> jimmy: you starred in the martha stewart apprentice. >> right. it wasn't celebrity apprentice. >> jimmy: right. real housewives, obviously. skating with the stars, you were on. >> that one really jumps off the page, doesn't it? >> jimmy: literally. how did you do on that show? >> i was a finalist, and there was someone got really ill. people were dying, getting hurt. i wanted to get past the first
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week and then i was like, get me the hell off this frig frigging show. and i went the entire way. >> beth any getting married and bethenny ever after. >> right. >> jimmy: if you keep with the margaritas, your next will be celebrity rehab. [ cheers and applause ] >> exactly. >> jimmy: and it's not just, like everyone has a talk show, but your talk show is being produced by ellen degeneres. >> i know. it's nice to have the stamp of ellen degeneres. she's never done that before. and it's going to be very different on her show. and she keeps it clean. but i have a mouth for daytime and it will be interesting doing daytime and writing the line. i'm going to cross the line. let's see how far we can go. >> jimmy: will you have celebrity guests? >> there will be celebrities, but it's not about how big the celebrity. it's that they have something
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interesting to talk about based on the topic. i want to talk about sex, money and relationships. women breast-feeding their toddlers, like i want to talk about grooming. man scaping. i want to have male perspective on it. i want men to talk about how they're treating women and why. i want to get into it. >> jimmy: and this book is a novel, which means it's not true, but it seems to be, like the main character is you, right? >> it's definitely, you know, there's a lot of meaning in there. it's about a girl who tries to make it and what she has to sacrifice and the compromising position and is it worth it? >> jimmy: there's a character in the book named sibil hunter. >> yes. >> this is based on martha stewart. >> maybe. you do read, don't you? >> jimmy: somebody told me about it, that it's based on martha stewart. are you worried about that? >> i don't worry. in the event that it were based on martha stewart, it's somewha
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flattering in ways. >> jimmy: in what ways? i heard in not many ways. >> i have a lot of respect for martha. she's a woman who's never asked anyone to do anything that she's not done herself. she built a brand. >> jimmy: she's been to prison opinion. >> she's been to prison and she's a tough woman. now people don't always think you're so nice. it's just not going to happen. i was an assistant in hollywood years ago and i've done the nitty gritty. i've been the assistant. >> jimmy: who were you an assistant to? >> i was an assistant to jerry bruckheim bruckheimer's wife. i was an assistant for paris hilton's mother. i used to wait in movie theater seats. >> jimmy: for her? >> for linda and jerry. back in the day -- back in my day, you couldn't buy the tickets ahead of time. so i would sit there and wait.
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i was a seat filler. >> jimmy: that's the craziest thing i've ever heard. >> no, what do you mean? you live in l.a. there's a lot of things i had to do. >> jimmy: you're going to have to come back and tell me the other ones. you sit in the seat and then the movie starts and you get up and leave? >> yeah, at century city, absolutely. i'm never going to be in one of his movies because of this show. >> jimmy: maybe you can go see one. this is the book called "skinnydipping," everybody. we'll be right back with music from kimbra. ♪
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>> jimmy: this is her debut album. it is called "vows." here with the song, "settle down," kimbra. ♪ boom-boom boom ba boom-boom boom ba-boom boom boom-boom boom ba boom-boom boom ba ♪ boom-boom boom ba boom-boom boom ba ♪ ♪ i wanna settle down
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i wanna settle down won't you settle down with me, settle down ♪ ♪ we can settle at a table a table for two won't you wine and dine with me, settle down ♪ ♪ i wanna raise a child i wanna raise a child won't you raise a child with me, raise a child ♪ ♪ we'll call her nebraska nebraska jones she'll have your nose just so you know ♪ sha da sha da sha da ♪
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♪ i wanna settle down i wanna settle down won't you settle down with me, settle down ♪ ♪ run from angela vickers i saw her with you monday morning small talking on the avenue ♪ ♪ she's got a fancy car she wants to take you far ♪ ♪ from the city lights and sounds deep into the dark ♪ ♪ star so light and star so bright first star i see tonight ♪ ♪ star so light and star so bright keep him by my side ♪ ♪ i wanna settle down boom boom boom-ah ah ah i wanna settle down boom boom boom-ah ah ah ♪ ♪ baby there's no need to run boom boom boom-ah ah ah ♪
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♪ i'll love you well boom b boom boom-ah ah ah ♪ ♪ i wanna settle down boom boom boom-ah ah ah it's time to bring you down boom boom boom-ah ah ah ♪ ♪ on just one knee for now boom boom boom-ah ah ah let's make our vows boom boom boom-ah ah ah ♪ ♪ ah-hey hey bom-bom-bom-bom hey, hey ♪ hey, hey ♪ bom-bom-bom-bom hey, hey ♪ ♪ star so light and star so bright first star i see tonight ♪ ♪ star so light and star so bright


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