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>> okay, yeah, because i know about it. >> jimmy: because you know about it which makes it not a surprise. let's put it up on the wall. those people, every one of the women, are named kristen bell. [ cheers and applause ] >> good name. >> jimmy: every one of these people is a kristen bell. when we come back, kristen bell is going to talk to the kristen bells. after this. we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ sir, this alien life form is growing
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>> jimmy: we're back with kristen bell. jon bernthal and locash are still to come. kristin, have you ever met another kristen bell? >> no. >> jimmy: never, ever in your life? >> no, i only know that there is one kristen bell because i recently joined instagram and the name was taken. >> jimmy: all right, could have been somebody just stealing your name. but you're about to meet not just one but nine different kristen bells. let's put them up on the wall of america. ladies, hello. >> hello. >> hi. >> hi. >> jimmy: if your name is kristen bell raise your hand! >> what a bunch of babes. >> jimmy: we've got them of them here. yeah, they're representing your name very well. let's start with kristin in cincinnati. hello, kristin in cincinnati.
>> hi, oh my god. i love being kristin bell. >> jimmy: do you like it? >> you're so -- >> i love it. it's a lot of perks to it. >> jimmy: what perks? to being kristen bell? >> i recently registered for a class online. when i went, the man was kind of disappointed and said i was hoping you were the real kristen bell. i said, i'm "the" kristen bell. >> jimmy: that doesn't sound like a perk though. sounds like you're spreading disappointment wherever you go. >> i still get to talk about the service though. >> jimmy: all right, let's meet another kristen bell. kristen bell in austin, texas, hello, kristen bell. >> hello! >> jimmy: wow, how you doing? >> i'm doing good. i wanted to tell you, we have the exact same middle name as well. >> jimmy: oh, wow. >> my full name is the exact same, spelled the same way. >> with an "e"? >> with an "e" and everything. >> jimmy: has this caused you any confusion, any problems? >> lots of disappointment.
but i've been trying to get your phone number. >> jimmy: you've ruined all these people's lives. >> i'm sorry! >> jimmy: kristin, say hello to kristin in clearfield in gainesville, in highland village, texas, fayetteville -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: let's show kristin in fayetteville. she's in full uniform. >> looking sharp, bell! >> jimmy: hi, kristin. >> thank you. >> looking real nice. >> jimmy: tell us, what is it -- >> what is your rank? >> i am a staff sergeant in the united states army reserve. i work for a living, not an officer. >> jimmy: i see. wow. oh, wow, the officers are going to be thrilled to hear that one. you're doing pushups tomorrow morning. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you too are kristen bell. what is your middle name? >> kristen renee. >> jimmy: kristen renee. >> that's a really good one. >> jimmy: and what do you do, what are your duties there?
>> i'm a signal soldier in an airborne unit. >> jimmy: wow. >> that sounds like a very big responsibility. do you tell them when to like bring it down? >> no, i just like to talk on the phone and jump out of airplanes. >> oh, you jump out of airplanes. >> like skydiving? >> we do static lines. so we actually hook and up we have jump masters that push us out of the plane. >> oh, wow. >> jimmy: this kristen bell gets pushed out of planes. >> she's crazy. this kristen bell is crazy. >> jimmy: all kristen bells are crazy. >> touche. >> jimmy: thank you, kristen bells, for chatting with us. we wish kristen bell well. thanks again. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all the kristens have to go see kristen in "the boss," opens in theaters april 8th and "house of lies" returns to showtime april 10th. opposite -- it's not opposite. "game of thrones" won't be on yet. >> it's no good anywhere. >> jimmy: kristen bell, everybody! be right back with jon bernthal. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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after our next guest's best friend killed him and he became a zombie, and then got killed again, his career has really taken off. he plays the super vigilante known as the punisher in season 2 of "daredevil" which is now on netflix. please welcome jon bernthal. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: how's it going? i have to say i've been enjoying you as the punisher on "daredevil." i'm at the fourth episode and you did a very nice job. are you getting feedback from the comic book fans? >> yeah, you know -- so far, hopefully the response has been pretty good. the comic book audience -- it's a passionate group. you know. they're a loyal group and they've been good to me so i appreciate them. yeah, i was in -- >> jimmy: plus who's going to say something nasty to you? >> i tell you what, i was in atlanta last week shooting a film. and i went in just to a
convenience store to get a pack of gum. there's a guy, got his name tag, says paul. i just was buying what i was buying. and he said to me, hey, man, i'll be watching march 18th. i said, cool, paul, i hope you like it. he goes, yeah, i hope so too. and gives me this death stare. all right, hey, man! >> jimmy: that's just paul being paul, you know? >> yeah, dude. paul, man. >> jimmy: how many little kids do you have? >> i've got three. one of them is here. little billy bernthal is here. he's in the back. >> jimmy: how old is he? >> he just turned 3. >> jimmy: does he know his father is a lunatic vigilante? >> i wish he did, man. i wish it would intimidate him a little bit. >> jimmy: if you showed him 10 seconds of that show he'd go to bed on time like that. there would be no question about it. >> i wish. >> jimmy: i can only imagine if my dad was a superhero. he's not, by the way. he really isn't. so he has no idea what's going on with you? >> no, i mean, if you ask who the punisher is he'll look at me.
but we just asked him who do you like better, the punisher or daredevil and he quickly said daredevil. that just happened here. >> jimmy: oh, well. i was hoping the punisher would have the skull on his chest. but that's not the thing anymore. like you don't -- people don't -- it's more realistic so they don't have the costumes. >> you never know, jimmy. >> jimmy: might have it? >> yeah, tune into the old netflix and find out. >> jimmy: i see, interesting. do you have the next season already kind of planned and in mind? >> well, no -- i mean, one of the things with marvel is sort of in the exact same conversation where they hired me, they told me to keep my mouth shut. >> jimmy: i see. -- yeah they're pretty secretive. >> jimmy: in a way you've already revealed too much. >> i think so. >> jimmy: how do you prepare for a role like that? is that something that you just go, put on the costume and that's that? >> yeah, i wish, man. you know, if i was maybe a better actor i could, you know, go to the bars and the night clubs and go eat chinese food and just show and up be like, i'm the punisher.
but no, i have to -- i have to sort of stay in it. i have to stay it in pretty fully. >> jimmy: stay in character? >> yeah. a little bit. >> jimmy: really? >> i know it sounds pretentious. >> jimmy: do you punish people? go around punishing people? >> it's a lot of the, you know, isolation and sort of not having too much fun. i think, you know, he lives in a world of darkness. so i think my job is to kind of embrace that. >> jimmy: wow, that sounds terrible. >> it's terrible. it's not fun, it's the opposite. >> jimmy: it's like, oh, that's something else. is there like training or anything like that? >> yeah, there's a lot of training. there's a lot of training. it's a very ambitious -- you know, the fights on that show are very ambitious. we do i think movie-quality fights in and a tv schedule. >> jimmy: how far in advance of shoot doing you get into character? is it that day? or is it the week before? >> you know, it's pretty much -- it's pretty much ongoing. i'm definitely not that much fun while i'm playing this part.
>> jimmy: even now? >> no, man, i'm good, man, i'm here with you. >> jimmy: you seem pretty fun. how much fun must he be? >> yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: around the kids? are you brooding? >> i think that's really, you know -- for me i don't want to get too heavy but i think that's really sort of -- >> jimmy: their problem? >> no, i mean, look. that's the -- you know, that's a tough part of the job. i really -- i got to stay pretty separate. >> jimmy: kids are like, dad needs to make a movie in hawaii. >> rom-com. >> jimmy: something light. >> totally. >> jimmy: what an opportunity to do something like this. >> i'm very grateful. >> jimmy: you have a master's degree, is that correct? >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: harvard university? >> yeah. i mean -- i don't technically have the master's degree because you have to go to college to get one of those and i didn't finish college. i did get accepted into the harvard master's program. i'll tell you, jimmy. a master's program from harvard, it does not do much for you.
>> jimmy: it doesn't? really? >> no, it's just something to talk about. >> jimmy: it doesn't get you -- if i was looking at an actor's resume and i saw harvard master's, i'd say this guy i've got to talk to. >> if you want to talk that's cool. hire me is a different story. >> jimmy: i see. >> i'm really grateful for my time there. i learned a lot. but it doesn't help you much. >> jimmy: wow. >> yeah. >> jimmy: so the message is, don't go to college. right? >> education. >> jimmy: you heard it from the punisher himself. >> know what i mean? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: well, it's very good to see you. "daredevil" is on netflix, the whole season, season two. jon bernthal is the punisher. be right back with music from locash! >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by samsung.
i've always taken on the status quo. in harrisburg, they didn't like it when i stopped their perks and pushed for reform. as head of pennsylvania's third-largest county, i cut out wall street middlemen to protect pensions, stood up for marriage equality and protected our environment. now i'm fighting for criminal justice reform. i'm proud to be backed by president obama and people who care about our families. i'm josh shapiro. i'll be an attorney general who always fights for you. >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by samsung. >> jimmy: i want to thank kristen bell, jon bernthal and apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time. "nightline" is next but first,
their ep is called "i love this life" here with the title-track, locash. ♪ ♪ ♪ i love my boots broke in i love my camo hat ♪ ♪ don't mind a little paint on my jeans yeah i roll like that ♪ ♪ i love driving my truck across the railroad tracks if you hit it too quick it'll hit ya right back ♪ ♪ i love a fresh cut field with a first frost on how it shines like gold when the sun turns on ♪ ♪ i love the sound of them wheels with my baby singing along ♪ ♪ when "the boys of summer" comes on ♪ ♪ i love my small town world i
love a country girl i love a friday night man i love this life ♪ ♪ the sound of an ol' dirt road rollin' through mind man i love man i love man i love this life ♪ ♪ ♪ i love that county line bar where they all know my drink ♪ ♪ the way she throws her hands up when that cover band plays ♪ ♪ i love that taste of her lips when she's been sipping that wine ♪ ♪ i still get drunk on her every time ♪ ♪ i love my small town world i love a country girl i love a friday night man i love this life ♪ ♪ the sound of an ol' dirt road rollin' through mind man i love man i love man i love this
life ♪ ♪ whoa oh oh oh oh-oh oh oh ohh man i love this life ♪ ♪ whoa oh oh oh oh oh oh oh ohh man i love this life ♪ ♪ i love this life i love this life ♪ ♪ i love that ragged old barn that my grandpa made ♪ ♪ it was my whole world back in my innocent days ♪ ♪ i love that little white church out on one-oh-nine ♪ ♪ it's where i hit my knees and thank the lord for this life of mine ♪ ♪ i love my small town world i love a country girl i love a friday night man i love this life ♪
♪ the sound of an ol' dirt road rollin' through mind man i love man i love man i love this life ♪ ♪ whoa oh oh oh oh-oh oh oh ohh man i love this life ♪ ♪ whoa oh oh oh oh oh oh oh ohh man i love this life ♪ ♪ whoa oh oh oh oh-oh oh oh ohh man i love this life ♪ ♪ whoa oh oh oh oh oh oh oh ohh man i love this life ♪ ♪ whoa oh oh oh oh oh oh oh ohh man i love this life ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪
well i never seen you in this town ♪ ♪ if you need somebody to show you around i know somebody ♪ ♪ it's a little too loud for talking here ♪ ♪ and your eyes are saying you want to disappear ♪ ♪ i know a place and i know somebody ♪ ♪ somebody with gas in the truck sitting right outside ♪ ♪ ready to roll if you're ready to ride ♪ ♪ somebody with a moonlit sky yeah i know a guy ♪ ♪ i know somebody that's lost all reason to smile ♪ ♪ love you like a song on the radio dial note ♪ if that's what you want tonight i know somebody ♪ ♪ and you're looking right in his eyes i know somebody i know somebody i know somebody ♪
this is "nightline." >> tonight -- >> how great are they? >> diamond and silk. those are the names of two youtube personalities stumping for donald trump. with so many people furious about the gop front-runner's comments about women, why are these women urging orthos to help make america great again? the haller back girls troupe. gwen stefani reflecting on her deeply personal new album. >> wow, i can't go down -- >> how she channelled a rocky year into pop gold. >> i'm not going to fail. try doing this in the elevator -- >> is the key to confidence in your posture? first here the "nightline 5." ♪ ♪ come on and do it come on let's go ♪ ♪ got to keep moving come on let's go ♪
good evening. donald trump has called women names, he's criticized a female opponent's face, and he said that women who were to get illegal abortions should be punished. he took that last comment back. but it has not mitigated the tsunami of outrage against him. so why then are two female youtube personalities going so far out of their way to stick up for trump? my "nightline" coanchor byron pitts with a fascinating account tonight. >> she will make an unbelievable
first lady. >> reporter: tonight melania trump making a rare appearance on the campaign trail of wisconsin for her husband. >> no matter who you are, a man or a woman, he treats everyone equal. >> reporter: perhaps in an attempt to rally women around the candidate who by most measures is having trouble with the ladies these days. >> nobody has greater respect for women than donald trump. nobody. nobody. >> reporter: but women may see it differently. a new poll shows that 73% of female registered voters have an unfavorable view of donald trump. >> mr. trump -- >> reporter: comments like these didn't help. >> you've called women you don't like fat pigs, dogs, slobs -- >> she was favored to win and she got [ bleep ]. she lost. >> do you believe in punishment for abortion, yes or no, as a principle? >> the answer is that there has to be some form of punishment. >> reporter: that hasn't kept these women away. >> hey, y'all.
>> hey. >> welcome to "tabletop." >> you know what we like about donald trump? >> yes. >> please tell me. >> he's going to do exactly what he says he's going to do. i'm ready to feel like a woman again. so let the man protect us. >> how great are they? >> reporter: they call themselves diamond and silk, sisters from north carolina who say they're proudly and loudly stumping for trump. >> this is not about politics. this is about common sense. >> reporter: they've become regulars on cable tv. >> donald trump is going to do well with the african-american vote. >> that's right. >> he's going to do well with the latino vote -- >> reporter: take a look at their youtube page with 6 million views and counting. >> donald's right and you need to vote for donald j. trump! >> diamond, real name lynnette, sounds like a baptist preacher. silk, real name michelle, sounds like her accompanying choir. >> we want someone who's going to work for the american people and not against the people. i'm going to calm myself now
because i'll start preaching. >> start? i was waiting for the benediction. we were deep into the sermon i thought. >> reporter: spending the day with them i found out for myself diamond and silk have mastered the art of politics. dodging questions left and right. >> that's none of your business. >> none of your business. >> that's none of your business. >> yes. >> reporter: but they're happy to talk about trump. and their idea to support him last summer. >> a silk girl cut on the tv, donald trump is announcing that he's running for president. >> and i stopped what i was doing and i cut on my tv. >> then she called me back, girl, this is going to be our next president. and it's been on ever since. >> so today we are going to the board of elections so we can change our party to republican. >> reporter: the life-long democrats say they switched their registration to the republican party last september so they could vote for trump. >> here, we ain't playing. >> board of elections! uh-huh, uh-huh! >> reporter: of course they film the moment for their video blog.
the duo created an online campaign telling other voters how they could do the same. >> we decided to start a movement called the ditch and switch. what we wanted, independents and democrats to switch their parties to vote for donald trump. in the primaries and the general election. because he got -- >> reporter: they began making videos, eventually caught the trump campaign's attention. >> do a little routine, go ahead. >> first of all -- >> reporter: an invitation to attend his events in wisconsin, iowa, south carolina followed. including a chance to meet the man himself. >> what did he say to you? >> it's none of your business. but he do appreciate -- >> sounds like your stump answer. i've never done an interview where i've been told none of your business -- >> what do you want me to say? how else could i have said that i byron, to make your comfortable? >> reporter: they posted over 125 videos in the past eight months. >> so when these reporters -- >> reporter: we were there for this one featuring their analysis of the ted cruz versus
donald trump wife battle. >> i see this is exactly why we don't need ted cruz running nothing up in that white house. >> that's right. >> he don't need to take our tax money and be buying prostitutes -- >> reporter: i thought, ghetto fabulous, in your face, over the top reality tv generation performance. >> according to the "inquirer" it was five women. >> reporter: some conservatives love them. many black social media sites not so much. some calling them disgusting, ignorant, playing to unflattering stereotypes. >> why is it black people can get on tv and act a fool and it's funny. as soon as we get on oar small youtube got everybody got something to say. as soon as this billionaire invites us onstage now all the black people got something to say. >> reporter: when asked what work they used to do before professionally stumping for trump -- >> he got something to say about donald j. trump. >> reporter: they weren't so forthcoming. >> do we have to get all personal? >> what does that mean? >> do we have to get -- i thought this was about donald trump. >> it's about donald trump and the people w