tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC January 15, 2015 11:35pm-12:38am EST
>> jimmy: i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you each and every one of you for joining us here tonight. hollywood, california, it was a big, big day in hollywood today. a day of much excitement and disappointment too as the nominees for the academy awards were announced. they made the announcements at 5:30 this morning and at 5:40 this morning e! started their red carpet coverage. they're already out there, figuring out who will wear it best. my agent called me at 5:45 this morning to inform me that i was not nominated, and furthermore, he mentioned i was not even in any movies this year. i don't know why he does that. getting nominated for an oscar is exciting but why do they have to do it at 5:30? it's almost not worth the nomination. if i was in charge i would hold a nice nomination brunch. blintzes. little waffles with chicken on them. that's why they call me harry martha stewart.
you know, it's hard to be mentally alert at 5:30 a.m. and that was evident when the president of the academy, cheryl boone isaacs, read the nominees for best cinematography. >> for achievement in cinematography the nominees are -- emmanuel lubeski for "birdman" or "the unexpected virtue of ignorance." robert yeoman for "the grand boud test hotel." dick poop -- dick pope for [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's a surprise. i have no idea how is going to top that. bird man and the grand boud test got the most nominations with nine each. the direct was like nothing aiv ever seen. apparent letter the directorial han dough gonzales decided to go with long, continuous shots
because he didn't know how to say the word "cut" in english. just had to keep shooting until they ran out of film. "boyhood" they say is the heavy favorite to win best picture. the ground-breaking film took 12 years to make but only three years to watch. it's a very good movie but long. some people are complaining about a lack of diversity in this year's nominations but i have to say i happen to think that a nominee is like a snowflake. each one is very different. and they're all white. they say this is the whitest oscars intestines since 1998 whs why the ceremony this year will be broadcast from inside an abercrombie and fitch store. a lot of people are also upset, very upset today that the lego movie didn't get nominated since of all the films under consideration the it is the only one that anyone has actually seen. but can you imagine that people would be mad at something called "the lego movie" wasn't nominated for an oscar? there would be an uprising over
that? i tell you something, we have a good show for you tonight. the great and powerful john 93 dep is here with us. [ cheers and applause ] a lot of fun. interesting fact. johnny depp and i have two "people" magazine's sexiest man alive covers between us. him in 2003, and him again in 2009. also tonight, new oscar nominee for best actress, marion cotillard is here. [ cheers and applause ] up very early this morning, hopefully she won't fall asleep. we have music from kandace springs who is good and i think you will like her. monday night on abc, i have a big announcement, this is something i've been pushing for for while. on monday i will take control of "the bachelor." the show. for one glorious episode. [ cheers and applause ] prince farming's state will be in my hands. let me get in there and change things around. they even let me go on one of the dates with chris and a young
lady named caitlin. here's a taste of how that went. >> you know, i assume that there's lovemaking going on in the fantasy suite. >> i think that is to be assumed. >> can i ask you a question? say it all goes great, you guys get together, three months later you're at home watching the show and you find out that chris has gone into the fantasy suite with three women. and made sweet, sweet, sweet love to each of the women. including yourself. will you be angry at him? >> i don't -- no. >> you will not? >> i can't be. part of it is you can't take out a car without test driving it. >> come on now. i mean, really. >> it's not going to be better than this. >> jimmy: i would have wrapped it up right there. all right, guys. i got to go home. while we're on the subject of amazing journeys, at yosemite national park two men, tommy
caldwell and kevin 84 guess sen, became the first human beings to free climb the el captain wall. it's a sheer wall, 3,000 feet, they climbed it using only hands and feet, the ropes were for safety. they had no hooks, no pegs, neither one of them had a tail. it's impressive. i need a sherpa to help me clean the gutters on my roof. they started this climb on december 27th, it took 19 days, they slept on little platforms that hung from the wall. they ate canned peaches and hard boiled eggs and they pooped into bags and gave the bags to helpers to carry down. which i don't know how you convince someone to do that. i'd like you to scoot up here and collect my poop, take it down. why not just leave it up there? it's not like anyone's going to step on it. it's an incredible achievement. 19 days without being able to check facebook at all. that alone. the climb got a lot of attention. and frankly i'm sorry too report that it overshadowed another impressive athletic achievement
that happens to be going on right now, not too far from here, at burbank sport and recreation center. let's go live to that right now. >> thank you, jimmy. >> thank you for talking to us. tell us what is going on. >> well, we're currently on day 15 of this stunning athletic feat, you know? >> jimmy: walk us through what is happening there, exactly. >> well, at the sight of this courageous individual, michael mitchell, he decided to finally do something he always wanted to do and that's climb a rock wall. >> jimmy: okay. >> it's 15 days later. and this amazing climb -- it's still under way. >> jimmy: 15 days. what is taking him so long? >> well, as you can see, michael is extremely out of shape. >> jimmy: uh-huh, okay. >> it's only been with some difficulty that he's even made it up this far, you know, on the wall. >> jimmy: well, why doesn't he just lower himself down and go home? >> well, as of yesterday when we checked in on him, he is at this
moment still too scared. >> jimmy: okay. okay. he's scared. he's running. >> yeah, yeah. a lot of sweat. >> jimmy: he's a very sweaty guy. is there something going on behind you back there right now? >> oh. yes, yes. michael was in dire need of sustenance. so we're delivering him a bag of mcdonald's via a pulley system. >> jimmy: oh. >> he feels he may be able to reach the next handhold if he eats a 20-piece mcnuggets and an apple pie. >> jimmy: okay. oh, no. >> oh, god! oh, god! he dropped his sweet and sour sauce! >> jimmy: you know what, i think -- i think maybe i should let you go. i think i should maybe let you guys deal with that now. okay, yes. no, don't worry, it -- it's all right, we're perfectly fine. thank you for speaking with us, guys. >> here you go. >> jimmy: we appreciate that and good luck. michael will be in our prayers.
oh, by the way, i also want to send best wishes to snoop dogg. mr. dogg became a grandfather over the weekend. his oldest son -- [ cheers and applause ] a baby boy, let me tell you something, that kid is in for some insane fishing trips. they named the boy zion. which i don't know if it was to rhyme with snoop lion but i like it. most doggs don't live long enough to be grand parents. snoop has been posting is it on instagram. and turns out he's incredibly good at swaddling. he can do it with one hand. anyw anyway, snoop, on behalf of all of us here at the show, congrat-pizzle -- la-lizzee mazel tov. this happened in florida at the pinellas county sheriff's office. are they got a new rug it had a
ty typo. instead of "in god we trust" it said "in dog we trust." it took them two months to notice the error which doesn't exactly inspire confidence in their detectiving skills. ironic because dogs -- rugs are one of the few things you cannot trust dogs around. so it would be a nice baby gift for grandpa snoop, i'll tell you that. we can hear a lot about cyber security because of what happened to sony. companies and individuals more concerned about safety and privacy of their information than ever. president obama has unveiled a number of new proposals this week to crack down on hackers and he plans to address this in the state of the union speech on tuesday. it's great the government is working on this but we need to do a better job of protecting ourselves. the most popular password in the united states is "password123." as long as that's the case we're vulnerable. so today we sent a camera onto hollywood boulevard to help people by asking them to tell us their password.
and this is how that went. >> we're talking about cyber security today and how safe people's passwords are. what is one of your online passwords currently? >> it is my dog's name. and the year i graduated from high school. >> what dog do you have? >> a papillion. >> what is his name? >> jamieson. >> where did you go to school? >> greensburg, pennsylvania. >> what school? >> when did you graduate this. >> 2009. >> it's my cat's name and a random number. >> you've had this cat for a while? >> yeah, she's my childhood pet. >> what's her name? >> jolie. >> jolie. so i got password jolie and the number. >> yeah. >> number 1? >> like my birthday. >> when is your birthday? >> june 12th. >> oh, nice. >> '95. >> oh, great. so jolie61295. >> yes. >> got it. >> so you mean to give my
password right now? no i cannot do that. >> we all want to know what it is so we can tell you if it's strong or not. >> oh my goodness. um -- let me think. okay. one is telavis 468 it's only three. but it's, you know -- for me it's strong enough. >> ireland1234. >> gemma1 actually. >> most of them are italian. >> oh, beautiful. >> yeah. >> what's a good italian password? >> grandma's name. >> what's your grandma's name? >> maria. >> maria. so maria is your password? >> well, now you know my password. oh, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. the important thing is they learned -- [ cheers and applause ] a terrible lesson.
and one more thing, it's thursday night, time for our weekly tribute to the fcc where we bleep and blur things whether they need it or not. it is "this week in unnecessary censorship." >> mr. kevin spacey and kate moss from "house of cards." i'm trying to get him to say a couple of words like francis but he said we have to pay him to do that -- >> [ bleep ] your ass. >> we are live! >> jimmy kimmel will [ bleep ]. >> how about this question, how often do you [ bleep ]? most people, probably once a day. >> i think white people [ bleep ] a lot more than ethnic. >> he doesn't like the statistics tonight. >> i know what he means by show me your [ bleep ]. he's going to see it. >> have you ever [ bleep ] walking down the street? >> plenty of times, it's a new york day. >> today is national [ bleep ] day. let us know what is the oddest thing that you've found on your [ bleep ]? >> see some of his stuff.
♪ >> you still got it, baby. >> [ bleep ], [ bleep ]. ♪ you can tell a [ bleep ] by the shape that it's in ♪ >> i will not stop [ bleep ]. they will not stop [ bleep ]. we will not stop [ bleep ]. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tonight on the show we have music from kandace springs, marion cotillard is here, and we'll be right back with johnny depp so stick around! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tonight, from the new movie "two days, one night" for which she received an oscar nomination just this morning, marion cotillard is here. and then later -- [ cheers and applause ] a young lady from nashville, this is her self-titled ep, kandace springs from the at&t stage. [ cheers and applause ]
i want to mention my son was on kandace's instagram and she drew this picture of ella fitzgerald which is very good. both my son and my daughter unprompted said it looks exactly like me. who knew i bore a resemblance to the first lady of song? next week on the program we'll be joined by eric stonestreet, ewan mcgregor, benedict cumberbatch, edward norton, al michaels, lea michele, abby jacobson and elana glazer will be here, steven amel, music from bad sons, logic, tetess monday i'm taking over "the bachelor." might it be the most shocking episode yet? it might 12 be monday night here on abc. a man of a thousand faces, voices and hats whose movies have earned more than $3 billion, all in cash, his latest
is the action comedy "mordecai" opening in theaters january 23rd, please welcome johnny depp! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: how are you? >> good, i'm good. >> jimmy: good to see you. there he is. i think -- i feel like you've made like 15 movies since the last time i saw you and that was only like april or something. >> i lost count at this point. >> jimmy: you've been working a lot. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you did a movie with your daughter, how old is your daughter now? >> 15. >> jimmy: lily rose is her name. >> she's just made her first film with her best friend from kindergarten with kevin smith
directing. >> and you, as a co-director -- were you nervous for her when you were making a movie with her? >> i was -- yeah, i was nervous for her until i saw her, you know, about three seconds of her in a scene. she's amazing. >> well, that's good. that had to be a relief. could you imagine otherwise? would you coach her? >> would i coach her? >> jimmy: yeah. >> if she was -- >> jimmy: if she was -- >> absolutely talentless? >> jimmy: you really never know. >> no, i wouldn't, if she was -- >> jimmy: you'd let her go. >> yeah. "that was great, baby." >> jimmy: like when we hang the drawings up on the refrigerator. i don't know what this is but it's beautiful! >> yeah. >> jimmy: so that's kind of fun. did you ever teach her about acting? did she learn this -- is it just a natural ability that she has? >> no i think probably the closest thing was playing barbies with me when she was little. >> jimmy: playing barbies? >> we played a lot of barbies, my daughter and i.
i used to test characters on her. >> jimmy: through the barbies? >> you know, yeah. playing barbies. >> what characters did you test on her with the barbie dolls? >> willy wonka. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah, captain jack. there was another one, i can't remember which one. but she basically, one day we were playing barbies and then she decided to just go, "daddy, just -- just do normal." like, cut out the voice. >> jimmy: no more nonsense. wow. but now she's 15. >> that was the day i stopped playing. >> jimmy: no more barbies, who are you going to test your characters -- you might have to have another kid. if that's the testing ground. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you may have to go back to the well. >> well, i've got a lot of barbies in storage. >> jimmy: oh, good. >> so i could, yeah. >> jimmy: that's a menacing statement to make, yeah.
do your children know -- >> the next movie, see you in disneyland. >> jimmy: do kids know like things about you, do they know -- like i think you were -- one of the last things you were here you told a story about hunter thompson and just madness then ensued between the two of you. do they know about that stuff? >> yeah. >> jimmy: they do? >> yeah, they do. >> jimmy: do they consider him to be an uncle figure? or anything like that? >> i mean, they know -- yeah. they kind of know that he was someone that was very close to their dad. i mean, hunter -- yeah. he sort of -- i had libby rose in his arm sglts that seems unwise. >> yeah. yeah. it was okay because the lsd was in his pocket. >> jimmy: i see, all right. well, as long as it's in the pocket. because i think you told -- a story had something to do with you guys hunting don johnson with loaded weapons? >> oh, yeah.
>> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. >> that's true. we did. johnson was -- about 3:00 in the morning. and johnson was coming over, hunter informed me. he said, "we better set up an ambush." when hunter says set up an ambush, you set up up an ambush. a lot of weapons. >> sure, if don johnson's comin over. >> so used to gunfire. >> jimmy: you can't leave yourself unprotected, it's "miami vice." >> absolutely. >> jimmy: the costar in the film you just made, the character was very funny, i don't know if it's barbie doll conceived or not. on howard stern i think yesterday, she was talking about, she said that you listen to music while you're acting so you'll have headphones in while you're acting. >> yeah. >> jimmy: which is -- i don't know, can you even hear the other actor? >> no.
>> jimmy: you're reading lips? >> sometimes it's better that way, you know. ? and what are you listening to? is it the same -- is it just whatever you like? >> yeah, basically i listen to music to sort of keep me in my own world, but also to keep -- you know, it starts to define the character. because in a way we all have our own soundtrack going on at all times. even if we're not aware of it somehow, you know. you'll end up humming some song that you've had in your head all day. whatever you want to call it you developed personally? does anyone else do this? >> i tell you where i got it from. when i worked with marlon brando for the first time. we were doing a scene in "don wanda marco." i was on this billboard, you know. kind of -- got my sword out, the whole thing. and i'm done juan d'marco.
mask, the whole deal. brando comes up in a cherry picker, you know? this cherry picker gets right up next to me. and i asked him who he is. i stick a knife in his throat, you know. he's telling me, explaining who he is. then during the middle of his speech he just was like, "my name is juan francisco. i am -- what? what? i can't hear you, caroline." and i'm like this with a sword in his mouth. [ applause ] >> what do you say to marlon brando? i just thought, all right, he's nuts. he's nuts. >> jimmy: it's good somebody's carrying on that tradition of nuttiness. we're going to take a break. when we come back the new movie is called "mordecai."
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and i'm presented with a credit card. no wonder your country is in financial ruin. >> need help with your bags? >> no, i do not need help with my bag. i have a bloody manservant. >> jimmy: johnny depp in "mortdecai." opened january 23rd. i like that movie. explain what the idea is of the film. >> basically the premise, the premise of the film is mordecai, my character chairly mordecai, plays an art dealer who is without question sort of potentially sleazy as he can be. a rogue, sort of a rogue. and there is -- there are sort of farcical, peter sellers qualities. >> jimmy: definitely, definitely, yeah. that is true. >> pink panther in a sort of romp, you know. >> jimmy: that is your actual moustache in the film or was that pasted on? >> no, no, i couldn't grow one
like that to save my life. >> jimmy: did you have a moustache over your moustache? or do you go moustacheless? >> i went less. moustacheless. and then, yeah, then glued -- >> jimmy: that's how brando would do it too, i think. >> most likely. >> jimmy: you're making a documentary about your friend keith richards. and now -- first of all, how do you become friendly with keith richards? >> i'm -- i met keith, you know, back in the early to mid '90s. and his son marlon. and i think he tolerated me at the time. or talked to me at the time. because initially he thought i was marlon's drug dealer. >> jimmy: oh, really. and you were not? >> i was not. >> jimmy: now, does keith -- is keith aware that you're making a documentary about him?
or does he just think you have cameras apparent reason? >> he still thinks i'm marlon's drug dealer. >> jimmy: did you ever get keith richards and hunter thompson together? >> oh, yeah, that was really something. >> jimmy: what happened? >> well, you stand there and kind of lose any understanding of what they're talking about. [ speaking gibberish ] >> jimmy: you nod and pretend you understand. >> yeah. right, yeah. then keith' -- [ speaking gibberish ] >> jimmy: i would imagine -- >> work well together. >> jimmy: they'd either hit it off famously or terribly. >> they worshipped each other, yes. very close, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: wow. what a fun life. >> they had a great time. >> jimmy: will you have sun title in the documentary? how will that go?
>> we'll have to. >> jimmy: is playing the guitar your passion, if you had to just do one thing would that be it? >> yeah, all those years ago when i did it professionally, i'm really glad that i didn't end up doing it professionally so that when it swung back around in my life i was able to -- well, to say that anything i've done is purely out of love. >> jimmy: the love of it, yeah. it almost seems like that with anything, whatever it is that is your primary job you kind of feel like you wish you could do the other thing all of the time. >> because it's, yeah, becomes such a great relief, you know, escape. >> jimmy: so we found video, and i don't know if you've ever seen this video. this is from when you were 18 or 19 years old. well, this is from florida. let's take a look. ♪ >> jimmy: there's you.
>> yeah that was awhile ago. >> jimmy: yeah. but good guitar playing, though. and you went with the romantic haircut on top of the romantics cover there also. >> only for that song. >> jimmy: just for that song. you know what, that's the kind of commitment they make. look at that that's pretty good. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: do you remember that? >> i do. >> jimmy: you do. >> i do remember those days very well. >> jimmy: what was that band, what was the name of the band? >> we were called the kids. >> jimmy: the kids, yeah. >> i was about 17. >> jimmy: there you go, you were one of the kids, i guess. it's very good to see you. congratulations on everything. johnny depp, everybody. "mortdec "mortdecai" opens january 23rd. we'll be right back with marion cotillard. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: still to come music from kandace springs. our next guest is a very talented woman from france who came to this country specifically, a, to defeat batman, and b, to take our academy awards. her latest is called "two days, one night." today it earned her an oscar nomination. please welcome marion cotillard! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: how are you? >> i'm good. >> jimmy: thank you for coming. i have to admit i've been practicing your name all day and i hope i got it right, did i? marion cotillard. >> yeah. >> jimmy: is that good? >> it's marion cotillard. >> jimmy: oh. i didn't do that. >> but it's close. >> jimmy: close enough?
>> close enough. >> jimmy: i would imagine here in the united states people butcher it frequently. >> yeah. but -- so that's okay. i mean, if i would go to china and i had to pronounce chinese name i would probably -- i would probably pronounce it wrong. >> jimmy: that is a benevolent way of putting it i have to say. congratulations on your oscar nomination. that's a big deal. [ cheers and applause ] were you up? were you awake when the announcements were made? did you wake up early to see if your name would be mentioned? >> that was a big surprise for me. and i didn't expect -- expect -- i do accept it. i totally accept it. no, i didn't expect it at all. and i went to bed very, very late. >> jimmy: oh, you did. >> i did. >> jimmy: did you go back to sleep after you got the nomination? >> yeah, at 5:00 in the morning, one hour after i went to bed,
and i didn't drink only water. and the phone started ringing and the phone went crazy and i was like, what, what, what? and then that's how i found out. and then i went back to sleep. >> jimmy: i like that. that shows that, well, that's when you have an oscar already, you can go back to sleep, i guess. >> well, i mean, i was super excited. but i really needed to sleep. >> jimmy: you did the right thing. >> i did. >> jimmy: they do that too early, they really do, right? >> it's -- why? >> jimmy: i don't know why. i have no idea. >> 5:30? >> jimmy: i guess it's to get as much press out of it as they possibly can, but it's also kind of ridiculous. everybody's very sleepy. >> it's not ridiculous, i didn't find it ridiculous. >> jimmy: bottom line you had a really hard day today. you worked with johnny depp. >> yeah. >> jimmy: how long ago did you work with johnny depp? >> it was like six or seven years ago. >> jimmy: when you worked
together was he wearing headphones and listening to music during your scenes? >> yes, he did. >> jimmy: he did. >> yes, he did. >> jimmy: when did you come here to the united states for the first time? >> i had just broke up -- broken up with a boyfriend. he had sent me away, actually. >> jimmy: he cast you out of the country? >> i didn't, he did. broke up with me. and i wanted some fresh air. and one of my best friends was in the same situation. so we took a plane to new york. >> jimmy: oh, that's fun. >> and we cried there. >> jimmy: why did you cry? oh, because of the breakup, yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and was that -- was new york what you imagined it would be? >> well, i was supposed to stay two weeks and i had to go back earlier. but the first -- we didn't know where we would sleep, so we went to this ymca thing. and we wanted to go out but i was -- >> jimmy: you went to the ymca?
>> yeah. where was it? >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. well -- >> jimmy: who was managing your travel arrangements? >> me. >> jimmy: you, were okay. >> yes. >> jimmy: ymca, you'll send 15-year-old kids to play racquetball or whatever. >> well, i was 20 and i didn't have any money. >> jimmy: i see, okay. >> yeah. but we wanted to go out and night and i was not allowed into the bars because of my age. i would make -- we'd put some makeup on but we would drink -- i don't drink all the time. it sounds like i'm like an alcoholic. which i am not. >> jimmy: you're not. >> i'm the mother of a kid. >> jimmy: okay. >> but that night, we were, yeah. so we tried twice to go to bars. because i looked young. and i was young, too young to go to the bar. i would wear some makeup and try
to put some makeup on but we would drink and then i fell asleep. the two nights we were supposed to go out i fell asleep drunk. oh my god. >> jimmy: it's okay. we get drunk here in the united states too. so you slept through the city that never sleeps, you slept through the whole thing. >> yes. >> jimmy: is what you're saying there. >> yes. >> jimmy: do you like it when you come from paris, which is one of the great cities as far as like food goes and as far as almost everything goes, do you eat -- have you ever eaten like a corn dog or anything like that? do you even know what that is? >> i don't. it sounds terrible. >> jimmy: it is. it's disgusting. >> corn dog? >> jimmy: but also delicious. >> what is it? >> jimmy: it's a hot dog, you know what a hot dog is? >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: it's dipped in this kind of batter and they fry and it you eat it on it stick. >> oh, yeah. i mean, i can do junk food, like big-time. but this? >> jimmy: have you ever eaten a box of lucky charms?
>> what? >> jimmy: it's a breakfast cereal. have you ever had a pizza bagel? >> oh, wow. i have a lot of -- a lot to discover. i thought i had discovered a lot of things. >> jimmy: oh, no. >> but man. okay. >> jimmy: yeah, you're not hanging around with fat enough people, it sounds like. >> pizza bagel? >> jimmy: you know what a bagel is? you make a pizza on top of the bagel. >> no, there's no way i can do that. >> jimmy: really? >> oh, no. >> jimmy: you would not eat that? >> oh, no. is it good? do you like it? >> jimmy: as good as they get. [ laughter ] combines two of the best things ever, pizza and bagel. i mean, you know. do you like pizza? >> i love pizza. >> jimmy: do you like bagels? >> i do. >> jimmy: done, settled. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah. i mean, i love broccoli and i love chocolate. >> jimmy: broccoli and
chocolate? they're not a food combination. >> i don't understand. >> jimmy: choccoli. maybe you've invented something. next time you come we'll have a nice pizza bagel made up for you, i'll make it myself, and we'll eat it. [ laughter ] i see that you have a look of disgust. >> no, i -- i -- >> jimmy: things are going to turn around in a very big way. >> uh-huh. >> jimmy: things are going to be -- >> a big way, right. >> jimmy: that's right. it's very good to see you. congratulations. >> thank you very much. >> jimmy: marion cotillard, "two days, one night." be right back with kandace springs! [ cheers and applause ] >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by at&t. mobilizing your world.
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ep, performing the song "love got in the way." kandace springs! ♪ ♪ there ain't no explanation for my infatuation you got yours i got mine and you know i'd be lying ♪ ♪ if i said i ain't feelin you we can't fight this temptation knee deep in complication ♪ ♪ we ain't tryin to hurt nobody just wanna work your body but i know it's wrong ♪ ♪ i didn't mean to turn you on i didn't know the feelin was so strong ♪ ♪ kept my emotions on the low i thought that i was in control and then love got in the way love ♪ ♪ and your touch got in the way and just one kiss led me astray and ♪ ♪ i said eh-eh-eh-eh and your eyes got in the way eyes and your
lips got in the way lips ♪ ♪ and it hit me like a grenade and i say eh-eh-eh-eh ♪ ♪ ♪ trials and tribulations trapped in this situation ain't no stoppin it now ain't no shuttin it down ♪ ♪ what we started's about to blow drama and devastation can't run from our ♪ ♪ creation got nobody to blame goin down in flames but boy you're killin ♪ ♪ me nice and slow i didn't mean to turn you on i didn't know the feelin was so strong ♪ ♪ kept my emotions on the low i thought that i was in control ♪ ♪ and then love got in the way love and your touch got in the way touch ♪ ♪ and just one kiss led me astray and i said eh-eh-eh-eh and your eyes ♪
♪ got in the way eyes and your lips got in the way lips and it hit me like ♪ ♪ a grenade and i say eh-eh-eh-eh ♪ ♪ i didn't mean to turn you on i didn't know the feelin was so strong ♪ ♪ kept my emotions on the low i thought that i was in control ♪ ♪ and then love got in the way love and your touch ♪ ♪ got in the way touch and just one kiss led me astray and i said eh-eh-eh-eh ♪ ♪ and your eyes got in the way eyes and your lips ♪ ♪ got in the way lips and it hit me like a grenade and i say eh-eh-eh-eh ♪ ♪
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