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jersey's premiere chevy dealership featuring 2014 silverado, visit them on route >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" [ cheers and applause ] tonight -- chloë grace moretz -- ufc champion jon "bones" jones -- and music from the mighty mighty bosstones with cleto and the cletones. and now, let's face it, here's jimmy kimmel! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow, very nice. i'm jimmy kimmel, the host of this show. thank you for watching.
>> glad you're in a good mood. we're going to have fun tonight. our announcer tonight, dicky is going to sing for us tonight with his band the mighty mighty bosstones. [ applause ] >> jimmy: the mighty mighty bosstones unless you've been living on top of a rock are the godfathers are ska score, which is music, right? >> it's the best music. >> jimmy: sounds like it could be an event at the x games, but they've been knocking on wood for how long? >> many, many years. >> jimmy: and it's time to spice it up. they'll add a new bosstone and that's me. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: people ask me why i play clarinet, because bass
players get all the women. chloe grace moretz and jon "bones" jones is here. [ applause ] a russian crime ring, which by the way, the worst kinds of crime rings, russian, they've stolen 1.2 billion user name and pass-word combinations, which i'm pretty sure is all of them. can there be more than that? stole the information from hundreds of thousands of websites. but experts are recommending that you change all your passwords just to be safe. i have to say, i would almost rather have all my information stolen than to have change all my passwords. [ laughter and applause ] i really would. it's a pain. no one's information is safe information. not even the federal government safe. they believe there's a mole releasing security documents and classified information since at
least august of last year. and jack bower has one day to find him starting now. [ sound effects ] >> jimmy: i love that sound. it's like the world's most dramatic egg timer. here's what i've never understood. why do leakers expose national security information? why not leak stuff like the colonel's fried chicken recipe? i would like to have that. we seem to be doing a lot of spying. last week it was revealed the cia has been spying on the senate intelligence committee, which is the committee that's supposed to supervise the cia. so that's -- who do these people think they are? facebook? [ laughter ] >> the closest thing i've ever gotten to stealing a secret and when i've used my wife's dee odorant without her permission.
[ laughter and applause ] you got that, guillermo? >> i got it. >> jimmy: i went home and thought about it and got mad some more. scrabble decided to add a bunch of new words to the dictionary. selfie is now a scrabble word. as if anyone who uses the word selfie is playing the world scrabble. they added the word bromance, which makes my physically ill. and they're introducing po and da, as in in da club, i don't know. i find this to be unnecessary and unacceptable. scrabble is a game for smart people. if you're going to add words like self-y and bromance, you might as well just do this. >> love scrabble, but hate words? >> yeah! >> introducing scrabble for
idiots. >> how about flamp? >> sure. >> it's a pie from france. >> sure it is. >> how about just the letter j? >> that's a word. >> what about ewn? >> why not. scrabble for idiots. >> that's me! >> announcer: available at walgre walgreen's. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: do you like my tie? i've been doing this show -- thank you -- for a long time. can't get used to wearing the tie. the wearing of the tie is fine, it's the picking it out part i have a hard time with. it's a complex process and tonight i think i really hit it out of the park tie wise, this is a good one. [ cheers and applause ] i will admit, i did get a bit of help earlier.
♪ >> hi, i'm chris harrison. >> i know who you are, you scared me. what are you doing here? >> i noticed you're having a tough time picking out a tie. >> jimmy: yeah, actually i am. >> well, it's my job to help people talk to their feelings and make a tough decision. >> jimmy: even about ties? >> jimmy, especially about ties. [ laughter ] i'm here to guide you on this journey. shall we begin? >> jimmy: yeah. >> come with me. >> jimmy: i will come with you. ♪ ♪ >> so tell me about them. >> jimmy: well, the wool tie, i like the material. it's warm. it's sensual, even. but when i feel it, i'm not feeling it. you know what i'm saying?
>> dick >> yeah, i do. what about the silk tie? >> jimmy: it's classic, it's a little bit off-center, but it hangs right over my heart and i like that. >> that's a good thing. what about this one, the bow tie. >> jimmy: it's not my usual style, but i love how snobby it is. it's like, hello, i'm a genius, what are you going to do about it? you know. >> here we are, you have three amazing ties right here to choose from, but only one neck. are you ready? >> jimmy: i'm scared, chris. >> i know, jimmy, i know you are. but it's time. ♪ [ laughter ] >> jimmy, this is the final rose
tonight. when you're ready. >> jimmy: before i make my decision, i just want to say that every one of you is fashionable and wearable in your own special way, but i can only choose one. i've done a lot of soul-searching, and i've decided to give this rose to -- [ dramatic music ] -- the -- silk tie. ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] would you go around my neck? chris, will you tie this for me? >> you don't know how to tie a
tie? >> jimmy: no, i do not. [ laughter ] >> jimmy, i'd be honored. ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: i can't thank you enough for this. >> my pleasure. >> jimmy: i've never been happier. >> you look it. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thanks to chris harrison. watch chris on bachelor in paradise monday at 8:00 on abc. he's just a helper. you know, i love to cook and i think i may have found a new
cookie mentor, aunty fee. she came very popular after posting a cooking video online. there are many videos online and i've seen them multiple times. if you're not yet familiar, here she is making chicken wings. >> this chicken is still frozen, okay? and this is dried parsley. you see that [ bleep ] right there? [ bleep ]. make anything taste [ bleep ]. i don't have time to be waiting on the sprinkles. i mix all that up, put it in a pan, put it on 350, cook for about two and a half hours, three hours if you want it to just fall off the mother [ bleep ] bone. [ bleep ]. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: needless to say, i fell head over heels in love. we tracked auntie fee down.
joining live from her kitchen in south central l.a., please welcome aunty fee. [ cheers and applause ] please tell us how to correctly pronounce your name. >> you know how to say, i ain't going nowhere. repeat after me. ain fee. >> jimmy: ain fee. i've watched all your video, i love them. can we see your cameraman, tafis, i think he's an important part of the equation. he's a handsome kid. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you for doing this, guys. you're going to make us a five-minute meal. so what's in the five-minute meal? >> i'm going to do you some shrimp. i got your salad.
i have you some garlic bread. open it up like this. the camera better be on me, we only got one shot at this. [ laughter ] jimmy, are you there? >> jimmy: yeah, i'm right here. tavis is not getting close enough on the food, i think. >> get on the food! [ laughter ] >> i'm sprinkling some of my secret seasoning on it. >> jimmy: what's in the secret seasoning, what's in there? >> salmonella, how about that? >> jimmy: delicious. okay, all right, so you've seasoned the shrimp. these are big shrimp. >> i've seasoned the shrimp. i'm going to show you. this is really good, really easy. you don't eat too much different stuff. i already washed my hands, so the people won't know. i'm not going to force anybody, but here we go.
>> jimmy: what are you frying those in? >> okay, butter. you know i do butter. >> jimmy: okay, butter. >> just a little bit though. while i'm doing that, i'mma get you some bread right quick. >> jimmy: okay. you made that garlic bread? >> yes, i did. >> jimmy: what's in the -- never mind. >> boy, you better be over here. [ laughter ] okay, look at. so this how they turn pink around there? >> jimmy: yeah. >> they're pretty much done on one side. >> jimmy: right. >> i just turn them over. because you could be, i'mma get me, i'mma go use the bathroom. only take about five or ten minutes to use the bathroom. you want something to eat when i get out. i'm like, okay, have these ready by the time you get out the bathroom. are you there? >> jimmy: yeah, i'm here. >> say something, so i know we're communicating. >> jimmy: sorry.
i didn't want to interrupt. >> jimmy, look at the, um, shrimp right here. look. >> jimmy: what is that you're squirting on them? >> it's lemon juice. make them sweat a little bit. get ready. >> jimmy: it's gonna be hard to follow this recipe at home. [ laughter ] you won't tell us any of the ingredients. it does look really good actually, i have to say. >> i put my seasoning on the shrimp. >> jimmy: you did. >> i was going to tell you that. i don't know what else you want me to tell you. i told you about the bread. it's just garlic and butter. here go your bread coming out. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> it's hot. this right here -- >> jimmy: yes. and that's it? >> okay. are you with me? >> jimmy: yeah, i'm with you.
>> we got shrimp, garlic bread, and a salad. >> jimmy: oh, okay. >> hey, on me! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you don't like -- [ laughter ] are you upset with tavis, did he do something wrong? >> the show is about food, not about you. you supposed to be showing -- >> hold on, hold on. we getting a little disrespectful. [ laughter ] i cooked real nice this time. okay? it's lemon juice. >> jimmy: lemon juice, that's all? that's the dressing? >> i don't want you to put no dressing on it or -- oh, yeah, a little bit of my seasoning on there. that's all you're gonna get. >> jimmy: a little salmonella on there. here in the studio, guillermo has just brought me what remains
of the shrimp you sent over. there's no shrimp left. >> i ate the whole thing. >> jimmy: how was it, guillermo? >> it was great. >> jimmy: it was very good. thanks, aunt fee. i got a new favorite aunt. tonight, jon "bones" jones is here. we have music from the mighty mighty bosstones and we'll be right back with chloe grace moretz. so stick around. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live!" are brought to you by yoplait greek. when it comes to performance, no one offers more than sears. it's the only place where you get the top 10 advantage, that guarantees the best price on all top 10 appliance brands.
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finalest, the mighty mighty bosstones from the at&t stage led by our announcer dicky barrett on vocals. you introduced me. i'll introduce you later. it's a good arrangement. tour starting this friday in salt lake city - then onto denver, seattle, portland, san francisco, l.a., vegas, st. louis and chicago. i'll be joining the bosstones on bass clarinet tonight - and i'm taking it very seriously. i was up all night last night got both of my arms completely covered in tattoos. [ laughter ] tomorrow - we've got mickey rourke, jordana brewster, and music from "banks." so you're invited to that too. our first guest tonight is a very talented young woman who started acting at the age of 5, overcame a very serious addiction to juice boxes, and went on to star in the movies "kick ass", "carrie" and "diary of a wimpy kid" among others her latest is the big screen adaptation of the best-selling book "if i stay." >> i like to watch your face.
you go to another place. and you're beautiful. ♪ you get this crease in your forehead right there. >> why do i have this feeling you're about to mess up my entire life? >> a little rest never hurt anybody. >> jimmy: very romantic. "if i stay" opens in theaters august 22nd, please say hello to chloë grace moretz. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> how have you been? >> jimmy: everything all right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: congratulations on the movie and all of this stuff. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you're still in high school. a senior, right? >> starting senior year in about a week or two. >> jimmy: well, you don't go to home school, you wake up at home school, i guess.
>> yes, exactly. i walk to my living room. >> jimmy: take the bus into your kitchen. >> my mom packs me a lunch. >> jimmy: will you go to home college after that? >> no, i'm going to try to go to nyu or something. >> jimmy: are you? >> maybe, we'll see. >> jimmy: it will be weird studying amongst other people. >> it would be strange. >> jimmy: why do you think you need to go to college? i think you're all set. >> i kind of want to study cinematography and film editing. >> jimmy: i hear chapman college is real good for that. [ cheers and applause ] a little inside audience joke. these four girls think their school is as good as usc. >> ooh, that was low. >> jimmy: last time you were here, you were learning to play the cello for a role and it turns out the role is this movie. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and you really learned to play the cello. >> um, yeah, i studied for about
seven months on it and practiced with it. it would be silly to say i in seven months learn such a classical instrument because it's incredibly intricate. but the seven months were kind of learning the passion that chelists play when they play and kind of the emotive -- >> jimmy: do chelists have passion? >> a little bit. >> jimmy: it seems like the opposite of passion, but what do i know? i'm a clarinet player. they're the most passionate? >> really? >> jimmy: it's widely regarded. do you like classical music? >> yeah, i do. i kind of like all kinds of music. i'm not really biased on what kind of music. my family looks to me for music, though. >> jimmy: they do? >> yeah, my brother's wedding, kind of deejayed.
i was doing this on a mac book. >> jimmy: i deejayed my brother's wedding. >> did he pay you? he didn't pay me? >> jimmy: did you want to be paid? >> kind of. in his defense, i walked away from my computer after song two. >> jimmy: that's not a good thing. did you put it on shuffle? >> it went to britney spears. we're good here. >> jimmy: everybody just danced. that doesn't ever work, really. >> it kinda does. >> jimmy: did it? >> yeah, i was like the only sober one there, so they're all partying to britney spears and don't even know what the song is. >> jimmy: i see. why didn't your brother hire a deejay at the wedding? >> he's kind of a penny pincher. he's also my business manager. that's why i was kind of like, you're always asking me to save money, so why aren't you passing me 20 bucks for deejaying? >> jimmy: because he too is saving money by giving you nothing. >> really helpful.
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: you're a full fledged movie star and still shaking your older brother down for $20. >> i'm like, where's my money! >> jimmy: at least a tip would be nice. what do you play? what are your go-to songs? >> my big go-to song, gypsies, tramps and thieves by cher. >> jimmy: i see why you didn't get tipped. >> just because i like a little cher in my life. >> jimmy: is that song danceable? >> it is for me. ♪ [ laughter ] like getting down. sni think you may have started a new dance there. so, it's one of those movies that anyone who's over 18 does not know about this book, that was very popular, and now they're making this movie, there's this -- i want to say underground, but there's this huge group of mostly girls who are very, very excited about
this. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you get caught up in that tornado? >> a little bit. today we reached number one on "usa today's" bestseller in books. >> jimmy: when you say "we," you did not write the book. [ laughter ] >> obviously, i wrote the book about my husband that i fell in love with. kind of what happened. >> jimmy: but you feel like you're part of the deal. >> not at all. >> jimmy: but interest in the movie has moved the book. >> yeah. it's exciting. it's a great movie. what's interesting about it, it's not -- you know, it hangs under the label of young adult novel, young adult movie, but it's a lot more than that. men, women, my mom loved it. my older male agents loved it and were crying. so, like, i kind of feel like, you know, people will -- all kinds of people will like it. >> jimmy: you certainly got an unbiased sampling between mom
and -- >> he's like fake kriring. >> jimmy: the most beautiful thing i ever heard. he's like texting under the seats. so are the kids driving you crazy now? >> no. it's awesome to see an influgs of 12 and 13-year-olds that i've never had before. because most of my fans are from "kick ass," the older male demographic. and i'm not used to little girls. i'll have a signing go on. i'll have an older man, then like a 12-year-old. it's a nice juxtaposition. >> jimmy: i guess so. it sounds weird, but i'll take your word for it. well, if you want to sit and play cello with the mighty mighty bosstones, i'm sure that would be all right? >> sounds great. >> i'm really good at it. >> jimmy: it's good to see you. congratulations on your movie. it's really nice to see you. "if i stay" opens in theaters august 22nd. we'll be right back with jon "bones" jones. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: still to come, the mighty mighty bosstones. our next guest earns a fine living by beating people up, he defends his light heavyweight title versus daniel cormier at ufc 178, september 27th, live on pay-per-view. please say hello to jon "bones" jones! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
>> jimmy: it's heavy. wow. that's really heavy. kind of awesome. why do they have belts? seems like the one time you don't need a belt is when you're wearing shorts, and yet here it is. [ laughter ] this thing is really heavy. >> it's like 17 pounds, man. >> jimmy: how does it work? when you hold the belt, do you have to give it back when you lose? >> no, i keep that belt. i have eight world titles. and i have a new belt -- >> jimmy: you get a new belt each time you win? that's a rip-off. >> i think it's a lot better than a ring. >> jimmy: it's harder to wear through the airport security line. >> makes me look a lot cooler. my brother plays with the indianapolis colts and we're always bragging about which one's cooler, a ring or a belt. he won the super bowl with the patriots. [ applause ]
>> jimmy: yeah. >> so i think his ring is real diamond and stuff, so he wins. >> jimmy: i don't know, i don't know. you could always beat him up if you have to. >> i could beat him up, yeah. >> jimmy: your brother is an nfl player. can they fight too? >> my older brother trains with me. my little brother isser month of a lover. >> jimmy: how often do you train? >> about four times a day. >> jimmy: that's too much. >> it works. i don't work-out. i outwork. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and what does it consist of? >> every morning i do some style of marshall art, jj, wrestling, boxing, kick boxing. in the afternoon, i do swimming. other days, i do cross-fit. at night i'm working with my coaches, like private studying sessions or -- >> jimmy: i'm surprised by the swimming part of it.
that in case you have a fight in the ocean, getting attacked by a great white or -- >> no, swimming a great exercise. it works your cardio and it's light on your muscles, so you can stretch yourself out, recover, while getting the cardio blast. >> jimmy: do you swim in an olympic pool. >> i swim in a high school, with like high school students. >> jimmy: really? you go to high school, but our last guest doesn't. [ laughter and applause ] you swim sw high school students. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that must be strange for them that you're there swimming with them. >> yeah, i had high school boys trying to take pictures with me in the locker rooms and stuff. i got to lock my jewelry up and stuff. you're back in high school. but it's really cool. i love it. the guys are used to seeing me around and they make fun of me, how bad a swimmer i am. the worse swimmer you are, the better the work-out.
>> jimmy: because you're constantly drowning. [ laughter ] there was an incident, it was all over everything. maybe you can tell us what happened here. it was you and cormier, the guy you're going to fight. >> so this is the head of the ufc pr department. his job is to make sure the staredown goes well. that didn't go well. >> jimmy: why did he shove you? >> my opponent, i don't think he's used to fighting in these big fights. he was anxious and nervous. i saw that was going to be really intense by the way he was looking across the stage at me. we go head to head and he karate chops me in the neck. i can't let that happen. being the champion, i got to stand my ground. next thing you know, people are getting pushed -- >> jimmy: do you think he did it to attract attention? >> i don't know. i've fought for titles before,
this is his first time, i think his emotions got the best of him and he reacted. >> jimmy: you don't like him? >> not at all. not even a little bit. >> jimmy: why don't you like him? >> like, actually, i had no problem with him at first. i met him backstage at a fight and i heard he was an olympic wrestler. and i wrestled out of junior college. so obviously he has an advantage being an olympic level wrestler. i go up to him, just trying to start conversation. i'm like, olympics, huh? yeah, wrestled in the olympics. i could take you down any idea. he took offense they didn't know who he was initially and i didn't respect his olympic medal. i'm not even sure what was that that you get when you take fourth. >> jimmy: nothing. you just get the ribbon, no medal attached to it. it's a weird thing.
[ laughter and applause ] . >> yeah, so i guess he was upset i didn't respect his ribbon. [ laughter ] and yeah -- >> jimmy: you got to respect a man's ribbon. that one's on you. so you will beat him? >> of course. >> jimmy: you're much bigger? >> taller, faster, younger. all of those things. >> jimmy: you have much longer arms. ronda rousey -- >> oh, i love that gal. >> jimmy: yeah. some people say it's a crazy thing, but that she could beat a man. >> she'd beat you for sure. >> jimmy: definitely. i mean, just say for the record, i said "a man." [ laughter ] i mean a professional fighter. >> yeah, she's tough, one of the toughest people that walks this planet today, male or female. she's a medalist in the olympics. she actually has a medal. [ laughter ] and yeah, i think here fight time average is like two minutes.
no one can make it out of the first round with this woman. she's phenomenal. check her out, guys, she's amazing. ronda rousey. >> jimmy: she is unbelievable. as you are and it's great to have you here. thank you for coming and thank you for this beautiful belt, i really appreciate it. [ laughter and applause ] jon "bones" jones, ufc 178, september 27th, live from las vegas and tickets go on sale friday. we'll be right back. [ applause ] ♪ ♪ >> the "jimmy kimmel live!" concert series is presented by at&t. mobilizing your world. xt, and for a family of four, its $160 a month. $160 a month? sign us up. um, maybe we sign you up at the store after this. right, 'cause this is the... food court, yeah. it's the food court. at&t's best-ever family pricing. for instance, a family of four gets 10 gigs of data, with unlimited talk & text, for $160 dollars a month.
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♪ ♪ ♪ the weight of the world at least that weight would only be increased ♪ ♪ beyond what mortal men would dare to bare ♪ ♪ even though the weight was great they stormed the beach and then they ♪ ♪ crashed the gate and after there was music in the air ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ they will need music to uplift it'll be a godsend it'll be a gift ♪ ♪ and hope and glory to coincide they'll need the strength and ♪ ♪ warmth and comfort that the music will provide ♪
♪ ♪ ♪ giving everything they had and then sometimes you'd have to give again ♪ ♪ other times there's nothing so to speak ♪ ♪ they rose to the occasion it was cause for a celebration ♪ ♪ and the celebration lasted for a week ♪ ♪ they will need music to uplift it'll be a godsend it'll be a gift ♪ ♪ and hope and glory to coincide they'll need the strength and warmth and comfort ♪ ♪ that the music will provide ♪ ♪ ah-ah-ah ah-ah-ah ah-ah-ah ♪ ah-ah-ah ah-ah-ah ♪
♪ they will need music to uplift it'll be a godsend it'll be a gift ♪ ♪ and hope and glory to coincide they'll need the strength and warmth and comfort ♪ ♪ that the music will provide ♪ ♪ they will need music to uplift it'll be a godsend it'll be a gift ♪ ♪ and hope and glory to coincide they'll need the strength and warmth and comfort ♪ ♪ that the music will provide ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ have you ever been close to tragedy or been close to folks who have ♪ ♪ have you ever felt a pain so powerful so heavy you collapse ♪ ♪ no well i've never had to knock on wood ♪ ♪ but i know someone who has which makes me wonder if i could ♪ ♪ it makes me wonder if i've never had to knock on wood and i'm glad ♪ ♪ i haven't yet because i'm sure it isn't good ♪ ♪ that's the impression they get ♪ ♪ have you ever had the odds stacked up so high you need a strength ♪ ♪ most don't possess or has it ever come down to do or die you've got to rise ♪
♪ above the rest ♪ ♪ no ♪ well i never had to knock on wood ♪ ♪ ♪ but i know someone who has which makes me wonder if i could it makes me ♪ ♪ wonder if i've never had to knock on wood and i'm glad i haven't yet ♪ ♪ because i'm sure it isn't good that's the impression that i get ♪ ♪ i'm not a coward i've just never been tested i'd like to think ♪ ♪ that if i was i would pass ♪ ♪ look at the tested and think there but for the grace go i ♪ ♪ might be a coward i'm afraid of what i might find out ♪ ♪
♪ never had to knock on wood but i know someone who has which makes me ♪ ♪ wonder if i could it makes me wonder if i've never had to knock on wood ♪ ♪ and i'm glad i haven't yet because i'm sure it isn't good ♪ ♪ that's the impression that i get ♪ ♪ i've never had to ♪ ♪ but i better knock on wood cause i know someone who has which makes me ♪ ♪ wonder if i could it makes me wonder if i've i've never had to ♪ ♪ i better knock on wood ♪ and i'm glad i haven't yet i'm sure it isn't good ♪ ♪ that's the impression that i -- that's the impression they get ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
this is "nightline." >> tonight, meet the newest breed of pushy parents. >> come on, be the winner! >> going to extremes to give their kids an edge. >> you cry, you're a baby. do you want to be called a baby? >> no. >> mom and dad say it's for the best, but are they taking it too far. >> ha-ha, i beat you. >> lisa, stop. plus, the furious race to stop the spreading ebola outbreak, it's one of the deadliest diseases on the planet and we're going into the hot zone. from atlanta to africa, what can be done before it's too late and the epidemic is out of control? and apparently famous. a chatty little kid grabs the mike for a star-making turn on local tv. >> apparently'v