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♪ >> jimmy: thank you for coming. my fellow americans, i have a major announcement to make. but first, what an honor it is to be here in los angeles. the natural beauty of hollywood boulevard never fails to fill me with hope of a new tomorrow. when i first became a talk show host, more than 13 years ago, i had no idea where this journey would lead. over the years i've laughed with you, i've cried with you, i made your kids cry on halloween. i've done my best to serve you the only way i knew how. but today i stand before you not as a tv host or a father or an amazing lover, the best lover, for sure. but as an american. our country is at a crossroads.
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the promise of america has been broken. the future of our democracy is slipping through our fat, buttery hands. millions of people are scared, worried about what is to come, but no one ever has to be scared again because tonight, i am humbled to announce that i am officially running for vice president of the united states of america! [ cheers and applause. we are all in this together! i stand with you and you and you, and not you, but you. and you. the two of you. and maybe a few others as well. and now, because i'm a man of the people, i open it up to the people. who has a question?
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the woman with the baby i kissed on the way in. >> are you for real? >> jimmy: as iggy azalea said, i am the realest. [ applause ] >> instead of vice president, why aren't you running for president? >> jimmy: that's a great question. thank you mexican american person. >> jimmy: because i'm not an egomaniac. i'm humble. >> do you know anything about politics? >> jimmy: that's a very good question. i'll answer it with another question. does anyone know anything about politics really? think about it. the answer is no. >> do you have a plan to stop isis? >> jimmy: no! but rob gronkowski of the new england patriots are going out to eat later to figure it out.
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as fdr once said, "the only thing we have to fear, is snakes." and i don't see any snakes. do you rob gronkowski? together, we are going to put the "i can" back in amer-i-can. thank you, god bless you, and god bless the united states of america. [ applause ] ♪ ♪ >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight, shonda rhimes and kerry washingotn. from new england patriots, rob gronkowski. this week in unnecessary censorship.
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and music from goo goo dolls. and now, the next vice president of the united states, here's jimmy kimmel! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you. thank you very much. thank you for joining me on an historic night for the united states of america. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: folks, moments ago on the steps of this very theater, i announced my candidacy for the second highest office in the united states. vice president. since i am the only one running for vice president, i think i have a real shot at winning this thing. [ applause ] >> jimmy: it's time to take our
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country back. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: from whom, i don't know, but i want it back. as vice president i'll never stop fighting for you, unless "game of thrones is on". then i will be back to work for you. i am well aware of what the critics will say. the critics will say is it even possible to make a solo run for vice president without being selected by a candidate. to them i say this, i think so. i'll check it out when i have time. the important thing is i know how to do the job. let's be honest, it's easy to be vice president. all you have to do is sit there and nod at the president while he speaks. i've done that. look at this. that is what we call experience. i could do that every day. [ applause ] >> jimmy: for those of you who think this is a joke, for those who say this is another prank by
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jimmy kimmel, the bus i pulled up in is very expensive. this is no joke. we have a website and everything. you can buy campaign merchandise. we have hats. we have mugs. we have rally towels. we have hoodies, and of course, we have t shirts that say kimmel, a good solid number 2. what's better than that? i promise you this -- [ applause ] >> jimmy: i make this promise. all of my campaign merchandise, every bit of it is made overseas in countries line china, bangladesh. i have it made there so americans can relax. who the hell wants to make hats? not me. [ applause ] >> jimmy: we also have an official hash tag, kimmel for vpomg. be part of the revolution. i care about what you care
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about, even if there are things i don't actually care about, i care about them. over the coming days and weeks i'll be sharing my positions on the issues that mean the most to me. my first order of business as your future vice president is to win the war on those long cvs receipts. it's time to do something. it's time that cvs and other drugstores that print out the receipts as long as a beauty contestant shash shorten them. i will do that. i will make them small. [ applause ] >> jimmy: when i am finished with the receipts you won't be able to read them they'll be so small. i will be your v.p., your mvp, your bff, and your pyt, anything you need. [ applause ] >> jimmy: thank you very much, and you're welcome on behalf of me and my family.
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we have the perfect guest tonight. tonight shonda rhimes and kerry washington are with us. from the new england patriots, a mankind to support me, a name i plan to plant a name on my cabinet, my liquor cabinet, and music from goo goo dolls. >> this is cnn breaking news. >> jimmy: what is that? >> jake tapper here, cnn. >> jimmy: hey, jake. [ applause ] >> jimmy: you can do that? you can just fly into someone's show whenever you want to? >> yes, jimmy. it's called breaking news. we're cnn. that's how we do it. >> jimmy: that's awesome. i'm in the box. hey, i'm in the box. >> jimmy we're getting reports you're running for vice president. >> jimmy: it's true. i'm running for vice president of the united states of america. [ applause ] >> with which candidate, which
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party? >> jimmy: i'm sorry, i didn't hear that. >> with which candidate or party? >> jimmy: it's a good question. i have not figured that out yet. i will run solo or possibly with both candidates to maximize my chances of being vice president. >> but just to clarify, as of now you have not been tapped by any of the remaining presidential hopefuls. >> jimmy: they're interested, but i haven't been tapped, no. you don't need a number one to make a number two. thank you, everyone. >> this is cnn breaking news. [ applause ] >> dana bash, cnn. can you confirm you told jake a tapper of cnn, that, and i quote, you don't need a number one to make a number two? >> jimmy: you know, jake is right there. you could ask him yourself. he's next to you. >> did he say that? >> he did.
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>> jimmy: i am not a washington insider. i'm not a washington outsider. i don't know how things work. in high school i got a d in social studies. but i am an american. the last time i checked a little thing called the constitution, that's all you need to be vice president of this country, and that's what i am going to be. [ applause ] >> this is cnn breaking news. >> jimmy, wolf blitzer of cnn. >> jimmy: hey, wolf. >> jimmy kimmel has confirmed he's running for vice president of the united states. he has no running mate. he claims not to be a washington insider or outsider, and believes he'll make a great number two despite the fact that sources are telling us that in high school he got a d in social studies. let's go over to the wall, see how he's polling right now. jimmy, take a look at this. right now all indications are you are polling at 100%. >> jimmy: wow, that's -- [ applause ] >> jimmy: that's great news.
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thanks, wolf. >> i do want to point out, jimmy, at 100%, you are the only person running for vice president. >> jimmy: well, let's not split beard hairs. 100 % is 100 b%. >> here's a question. will you build a wall? >> jimmy: i will, but i'll tell you this.&-pi'll build iton the border to keep the mexicans out of canada. >> why are you running for vice president? >> jimmy: if i'm running for vice president because i love this country. i was born here. i love this country so much if it was a woman, i would have sex with it. >> jimmy, will you be going on the campaign trail? >> jimmy: no, i will not. i get car sick and buses smell bad. i will operate from here at my head quarters in lapgs. >> jimmy, do you think you're making a mockery of this election? >> jimmy: i think it's too late
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for anyone to do that, wolf. [ applause ] >> jimmy, are you prepared to become president if the president dies? >> jimmy: jake, if the president dies, god forbid, i am planning to be buried with him or her. that's the kind of support i'm prepared to give my running mate. >> jimmy, will your platform -- >> what will you bring to the ticket -- >> there's a lot of concern -- >> jimmy: that's all the time i have right now. i'm in the middle of a show. thank you to all of you. as soon as i have a chief of staff we'll talk. wow. >> that was cnn. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: very efficient over there. thank you. i appreciate your support. we'll be right back with shonda rhimes and kerry washington.
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>> jimmy: tonight, a football player and partier of great renown, he's featured on the new "madden nfl 17," rob gronkowski is here. and he is a nut. then, this is their new album, it's called "boxes," goo goo dolls from the samsung outdoor stage. next week, the good times continue to roll with dax shepard, magic johnson, bryan cranston, ludacris and ciara, katie nolan,
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anika noni rose, with music from macklemore and ryan lewis,joanna newsom and ariana grande. also, i want to mention that tomorrow is michael strahan's last day on "live with kelly and michael," which should be interesting, and on monday morning, kelly ripa's first guest co-host will be me. and i plan to make it very uncomfortable. i want to know everything. these are the kinds of things i'll get into as vice president. our first guests tonight are two of the most powerful people in television, they are the creator and star of the craziest show on tv that doesn't star donald trump. tonight was the season five finale of "scandal," please welcome shonda rhimes and kerry washington. [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: first of all, thank you for being here on such a momentous night. i can't think of two people i would more like to have here than the two of you. thank you very much. >> thank you for having us. >> jimmy: your endorsement would mean so much for my campaign. i don't know if you've decided on a vice president yet. have you? i mean, there aren't any others. >> we're both -- we're with her so -- >> jimmy: who? >> who are you with? >> jimmy: you should familiarize yourself with the candidates. >> yes. >> jimmy: i'm not looking to -- i'm running a solo campaign. >> you should be prepared to work well with them. knowing who trump is and clinton is.
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>> jimmy: i know who they are. they're those people from cnn, right? believe me. i'm going to work well with everyone. this is going to be a whole new era. i cannot count on you for your endorsement? >> i think you should support hillary's endorsement. >> we're with who she's with. >> jimmy: oh, i think he's with me, then. [ applause ] >> is that official? >> jimmy: she hasn't officially committed. we're just now announced. i'm sure by tomorrow she'll be with me. i think they'll all be with me tomorrow. i watched the season finale which weirdly had to do with finding a vice president. that was not something we planned or discussed. >> because you would have been in the episode otherwise. >> jimmy: i would love that. >> i know the show is written however in advanhow far in adva? >> it's planned months in advance. as we get closer, it gets closer. ages in advance. >> jimmy: i don't know that
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people are realizing. when you watch it it seems like you're tearing things from the day's headlines and putting them in the show. but this is planned well in advance and somehow it seems to be matching up. you know there's a donald trump character on the show. there's a hillary clinton character on the show. >> the truth is we had that character long before anybody thought trump was going to run for anything. >> jimmy: you're saying hillary clinton and donald trump are ripping you guys off? >> we're not saying that exactly. >> we're saying the fact has become much, much stranger than fiction. >> jimmy: yeah, it really has. >> our show used to have a reputation for being outrageous, and now we seem incredibly calm. >> jimmy: everything seems pretty reasonable. >> i'm running down to the writer's home on a regular basis, we have a great writer's home, i'm running down and saying we can't do that now. it just happened on television. >> jimmy: has that really happened? >> it has a couple of times. >> jimmy: any specific examples you can share. >> ridiculous things people have
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said in debates. sometimes lines of die i don't go -- die ya log. >> jimmy: for real? >> yes. we had a line that was going to be hollis doyle's slogan. it was going to be restore america's greatness. which just suddenly then it was make america great again and we couldn't make america great because it sounded too similar. >> jimmy: they all sound almost exactly the same. they mean nothing unless you put them in a hat. >> i don't know, i think restore america's greatness and make america great again implies different things. >> and that things were good before and they're no longer good. >> an interesting and strange idea. >> jimmy: right. last night, you sent me an advanced copy so i got to see it. how close to air time was that show finished? >> are you going to be honest?
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>> i'll be honest. it was fully completed, i think, maybe right before we sent it over to you. >> jimmy: right before? i got it last night. >> uh-huh. >> like all the posts and everything, it was finally done. >> jimmy: what's the closest you came to the deadline? >> not sandal but on gray's there was an episode where i put a song in the show maybe five hours before it aired, and then we all stood around the monitor to make sure it aired in new york, the song got on the show. >> jimmy: really? why did you decide to do that? >> i got an amazing song and it sounded perfect. i wanted to see it in the show. >> the thing about the changes that come in, it's always better than what was there before. whatever new idea shonda has or the writers, whatever the idea is, it is better. you don't resist the last minute changes because you know you're upping your game, no matter how stressed out it makes you feel.
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>> jimmy: i imagine the people at abc are more stressed out because they have no idea when you're going to hand that to them? >> they get a little stressed out. >> jimmy: and that's their problem? >> nothing is impossible, is what i like to say. >> jimmy: that's right. when we come back i want to talk about, kerry, congratulations, you have a little something growing inside. and we're going to have to figure out how to deal with that because we do have a show to run. we'll be right back. (vo) if you have type 2 diabetes,
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welcome back. shonda rhimes and kerry washington here. kerry, congratulations. you are with child. your second child. [ applause ] >> jimmy: by the way, when you were shooting that thing with fitz, i mean, that must have been weird to know that you were pregnant when that was the story line? >> i don't know. i'm trying to figure out -- i don't know if that was happening at the same time. >> jimmy: when were you ovulating? >> exactly. i'll send you the app on my phone that tracks my various cycles. >> jimmy: who do you call first, your parents or shonda when you find out you're pregnant? >> my parents don't want me to answer that.
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>> don't answer that. >> i will not answer that. >> jimmy: and shonda, do you pretend to be happy about this when she calls? >> i am happy. i get really excited. >> shonda really likes babies. >> i like babies a lot. >> jimmy: but it's funny to watch. last time you were pregnant, kerry, they were all -- i mean, there are 30 of these where you're standing in front of some hospital cups. this one is like a chair in the foreground. here's one. you guys just put drapes in front of kerry. >> our crew is creative. >> jimmy: there. kerry, this is an accordion. this is one olivia started playing the guitar. this is one of my favorite episodes, when she started selling condos. >> i got really good at spinning that thing, dancing with it. >> jimmy: you're a pro. >> you're a fixer. you fix it. >> jimmy: do you have a game plan? have you thought about that at all for next season? >> absolutely.
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>> jimmy: will it be things in front of -- >> oh, did i just stumble upon something? >> no. i don't know if you did or not. i'm not going to tell you. >> jimmy: is olivia pope going to be pregnant on the show next season? [ applause ] you guys were at the washington correspondence dinner. when you go to something like that, are you looking for story lines? are you doing research while you're there? >> i am. >> jimmy: you are? >> yeah. it's exciting and fun. >> jimmy: did you get anything out of it? >> i did. >> always. you're always doing research, and people are more than happy to share. everybody wants their life to be a plot line on the show. >> jimmy: do people tell you good stuff? >> oh, yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: famous people? >> yes. they trust me as if i'm actually a lawyer who has signed something. they tell me secrets and sometimes i'm like you should call somebody about that. not me. >> jimmy: wow, that's crazy.
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and you keep these things secret or do you tell your friends? >> we tell select people. >> jimmy: have you ever had one of those story lines work their way into the show? >> absolutely. >> jimmy: you have? >> yeah. >> jimmy: will you ever reveal who they're about? >> no. then nobody will tell me anything. >> have to maintain the trust. >> jimmy: i see. it makes sense. by the way, i know you had "the catch" picked up. >> i'm like shonda is pregnant too? >> jimmy: she has twins, and you're doing a period drama for abc. set after post romeo and jewel yet. >> yeah. it's what happens to the families after they die. >> jimmy: more politics? >> more politics. >> jimmy: thank you for coming here tonight. >> congratulations to you. best of luck. >> jimmy: i thank you. during the commercial break, they said they are, indeed, a
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>> i wanted to say sething about this vice presidential campaign i've just embarked upon. i want you to know whatever happens, however powerful i become, and i will become very powerful, i promise i will not ever waiver from my commitment to cleaning our nation's air waves up. we've been bleeping and blurring moments of the week whether they need it tonight, we'll continue to do it. and it's this week in "unnecessary censorship." >> if you saw a sign on the side of the road that side world's largest [ bleep ], you'd stop,
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wouldn't you? >> of course. yes. >> i was greeted by a wave of [ bleep ] suckers over here. is that on trend. >> take this money and go. blp a horse. >> it's a historicl fact. the economy does better when we have a [ bleep ] in the white house. >> i have the biggest [ bleep ] of anybody running by far. >> to the hispanic community, i get it why you don't like us. i mean, who's going to vote for somebody who's going to [ bleep ] their grandmother. >> secretary clinton says my [ bleep ] is to big. >> you're in for another treat on our coast. [ bleep ] fest is here. and a lot of people excited. >> i think he's holding onto his [ bleep ]. that is interesting. >> you want to come in here with a pissy attitude, who the [ bleep ] do you think you are? >> it's so nice. i have akon and d.j. [ bleep ] here. >> d.j. [ bleep ]? >> yes.
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>> i love your name. >> yes. >> today's word is [ bleep ]. [ bleep ]. >> now, you can tell them what [ bleep ] means. >> oh, no, i couldn't possibly. >> oh, boy. >> we'll be right back with rob gronkowski. ♪
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>> jimmy: still to come, music from goo goo dolls. >> jimmy: our next guest is a human victory parade who leaves a wake of fun loving destruction in his path. he's the all-pro tight end for the new england patriots and newly-announced cover boy for "madden nfl 17." please welcome rob gronkowski. [ applause ] >> i have to tell you, i feel like a child next to you. i mean, you're really big, and
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muscular as well. congratulations on that. how's life? that what is going on with you? >> we just started off season workouts. back up in foxborough right now with the team, working out, conditioning, doing football stuff. >> jimmy: is the party over now? >> i mean, it's over a little bit. >> jimmy: it doesn't sound like it's over. >> it's not as crazy as it used to be during football you work out. somehow you make it to the bar right after. it's not like that. you have to focus. >> jimmy: i've been living through you. first of all, you have this party bus that you and your family drive around and no crazy and knock things over in, but you moved it. now you moved it to the ocean. you had the gronk party cruise. it was a ship filled with your fans and friends and family, and
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it was completely madness from what i observe. is that true. >> it was. for sure. >> jimmy: how many people were on the ship. >> 2,000, and 1,000 for on for the gronk party, and the other people were on board but didn't know what for. they weren't allowed to the activities. but when everyone was cruising around the ship, all the people that were there for our party, they were pretty wild. they were pretty outgoing. they were running to the other people and getting mad. this is nonsense on this ship. that's what people were doing. >> jimmy: it was like a greenberg family rejune on going on while the gronkowskis invaded the ship. what was the craziest thing. >> i would say when my friend, moe joe riley ran full speed at this after party get together for all the artists and performers. the pool was only three feet deep. he runs feel speed.
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he's a wrestler. he picks him up like d he's sitting there going like that with his hair. he's wild. he doused him in the pool. out of nowhere, it's on camera. it's on his instagram. he takes him running full speed, takes him by the head, stone cold stunnered him. and my boy, goon, he was in the crowd. >> jimmy: i know goon, yeah. >> he's usually driving the bus but now we're on a cruise ship. he doesn't know how to drive a cruise ship. i look in the crowd, he's going wild. shirt unbuttoned. got to see his belly. i'm like goon, getting down a little bit. >> jimmy: and that's a bonus for the people. they pay for the cruise, but they didn't know they were going to get to see goon's belly on top of it. you're in gq magazine i see.
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let's put some of this up. go through some of them. let's see what's going on. this looks like a heck of a photo shoot. what was going on in this shot? >> i wanted a summer loving type of idea and her climbing a tree. >> jimmy: that's how you summer love? >> i'm helping her out. >> yeah. that's how you do it. >> jimmy: next one. all right. now, are you dc hold on. i'm blocking her. are you, indeed, completely nude in this photo? >> i'm not. i had this speedo on. i would rather have been nude. it was uncomfortable and tight. i don't wear anything like that. i had it pulled up. they're like pull it down a little bit. i had it on and then they had me pull it down an inch so my crack was showing a little bit, and i put the towel right there so i had a tight speedo on and pulled down.
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>> jimmy: i was examining this photograph. zoom into the sunglasses. sometimes you get -- [ applause ] >> jimmy: there it is. you see. >> yeah. [ applause ] >> trust me, if i was totally naked, you still wouldn't be able to see it. >> jimmy: and this is a dig deal. to be on the cover of madden, you play madden? >> i play madden. >> jimmy: to be on the cover, so they say it's a curse. although, it's not been the case, it seems like in recent years. >> last year odell beckham junior. calvin johnson three or four years ago and he broke a record. i feel like the curse was way back in the days. it's the present now and it's good stuff. >> jimmy: were you worried in the back of your head that you have that curse floating around? dwl not at all. if i did, i wouldn't have accepted the cover.
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>> jimmy: are there guys you know who said no? >> i don't know anyone. >> jimmy: do you believe in ghosts? >> i don't know. sometimes. [ laughter ] >> when you're home alone, it gets scary. i don't like being home alone. >> jimmy: did you get scared? >> yeah. >> jimmy: if i was a ghost, i would get out of your house. >> the hotel you put me up in last night, it's scary. >> jimmy: it's haunted. i know. that hotel is super haunted. >> yes. >> jimmy: i don't know. >> it is. i swear they were saying it's haunted. >> jimmy: really? >> i swear. >> jimmy: is it haunted by girls banging on your door or -- why would they tell somebody that checks in that the hotel is haunted? >> they didn't tell us. it was like the tower of terror, elevator ride. that's what it felt like you were in. i'm staying there again tonight. i survived last night. i'll be good. >> jimmy: you'll be okay? >> you want to come sleep over?
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would that make you feel better? >> i'll sleep over. >> jimmy: i have a feeling i have no furniture in the house after you're done. it's good to see you. you're going back to training camp? >> yes. >> jimmy: thank you for coming out. it's madden '17. be available august 23rd, and rob's new tv show "crashletes" premiers on nickelodeon in july. we shall return with outdoor music from goo goo dolls. >> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by samsung.
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>> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is present by samsung. >> jimmy: i'd like to thank shonda rhimes, kerry washington, rob gronkowski, and apologize to matt damon we ran out of time. nightline is next but first, their album is called "boxes" here with the song "so alive," goo goo dolls!
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♪ ♪ feeling like a hero but i can't fly no you never crash if you don't try ♪ ♪ took it to the edge now i know why never gonna live if you're too ♪ ♪ scared to die gonna disconnect from the hard wire time to raise a ♪ ♪ flag for the cease fire staring down the hole inside me looking in the mirror ♪ ♪ making peace with the enemy hey ay ay ay hey hey ay ay ay ♪ ♪ i'm so alive i'm so alive i'm so alive you can make it ♪ ♪ on a wish if you want to you can make it on a wish if ♪ ♪ you want to i'm so alive i'm so alive i'm so alive ♪ ♪ you can make it on a wish if you want to
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you can make it ♪ ♪ on a wish if you want to open up my heart like a shotgun ♪ ♪ blinded by the light of a new sun get up get up get out and get done ♪ ♪ for the first time i feel like someone breaking down the walls in my own mind ♪ ♪ keeping my faith for the bad times get up get up stand like a champion ♪ ♪ take it to the world gonna sing it like an anthem hey ay ay ay hey ♪ ♪ hey ay ay ay i'm so alive i'm so alive i'm so alive ♪ ♪ you can make it on a wish if you want to you can make it ♪ ♪ on a wish if you want to i'm so alive i'm so alive ♪ ♪ i'm so alive you can make it on a wish if you want to ♪ ♪ you can make it on a wish if you want to
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i am no man of steel ♪ ♪ i have no heart of stone don't tell me how it feels ♪ ♪ i'll find it on my own hey ay ay ay never gonna live ♪ ♪ if you're too scared to die i'm so alive i'm so alive ♪ ♪ i'm so alive you can make it on a wish if you want to ♪ ♪ you can make it on a wish if you want to i'm so alive ♪ ♪ i'm so alive i'm so alive you can make it on a wish if ♪ ♪ you want to you can make it on a wish if you want to ♪ ♪ i'm so alive i'm so alive i'm so alive ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ picking up the pieces that they left you in again love is all you ♪ ♪ want but you're never gonna feel the same it's hard to be yourself when everyone ♪ ♪ around is changing open up your eyes and you'll never lose yourself again ♪ ♪ we go over and over and over again are you lost in the past thinking what ♪ ♪ might have been you're here and your now started over and then ♪ ♪ take it over and over and over again turn it up ♪ ♪ turn it up
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old enough to know and young enough to live again ♪ ♪ stare into the mirror bit no one that you know is there shaking like its ♪ ♪ cold and no one's there to take your hand i will give you mine and shiver ♪ ♪ till you're warm again and don't you look down and we go over and over and ♪ ♪ over again are you lost in the past thinking what might have been ♪ ♪ your here and your now started over
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