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thank you for being here. >> i'm dan ashley. >> and i'm carolyn johnson. actress jennifer lopez. >> have a good mother's day >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- jennifer lopez. from "mad men", elisabeth moss. and music from sleepy man banjo boys. with cleto and the cletones. and now, from now on, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
i don't mean to do personal business here, but does anyone want to buy a pair of clippers season tickets? [ laughter ] i'll give you a great deal on them. i swear. as you probably know, on saturday the owner of the los angeles clippers, real estate magnate donald sterling, was caught on tape saying very racist things to a woman who's believed to be his former girlfriend. her name is v. stiviano. he was apparently, donald sterling, upset because she posted a picture of herself on instagram posing with magic johnson. and he was upset not because magic is a former laker and there's a rivalry. he was upset because she was, quote, publicly associating with black people and magic is a black people. [ laughter ] so it's a long tape. they posted a lot of it on tmz and even more on deadspin, but this should give you the gist of it. >> you want me to have hate toward black people? >> i don't want you to have hate. that's what people do. they turn things around. i want you to love them.
privately. in your whole life. every day you can be with them. every single day of your life. >> but not in public? >> but why publicize it on the instagram and why bring it to my games? >> on the instagram. [ laughter ] that voice belongs to donald sterling. although if i was him i would say it's mel gibson. i really would. [ laughter ] the clippers released a statement on his behalf, saying "mr. sterling is emphatic that what is reflected on that recording is not consistent with nor does it reflect his views, beliefs, or feelings. lol. rotfl." [ laughter ] his feelings are just his words. sterling insists he's not a racist. he says some of his best credit cards are black. [ laughter ] [ applause ] but his comments have angered a lot of people, especially his players. they held a silent protest before their playoff game yesterday.
they or their warm-up shirts inside-out so you couldn't see the clippers logo. if wasn't much of a protest. but they were reportedly furious in the locker room. those of us who follow l.a. sports closely know that donald sterling has always been a terrible person, despite what he tries very hard to put out there imagewise. donald sterling runs these ads in the "l.a. times" congratulating himself whenever he gives money to charity. i don't know if he paid for this one, but thank you, shelly and donald t. sterling for the largest give ever given to basic kidney research at ucla. a gold-colored plaque will be placed in the lobby of our building honoring mr. and mrs. sterling. my favorite part is the gold-colored plaque. not gold. [ laughter ] oh, by the way, there's a mrs. sterling, which throws an extra twist in the whole inge thing with the girlfriend. this is one great too. "the naacp is proud to honor donald t. sterling with a lifetime achievement award." which that would have been the second lifetime achievement award presented to donald sterling by the naacp. they gave him another one in
2009. as you might imagine, they rescinded the honor, although i think that's a mistake. i think he should be forced to show up and accept the naacp award. [ laughter ] [ applause ] and not just show up to accept it. with paula deane. [ laughter ] donald sterling -- there's a lot of coverage of this story, and a lot of news outlets are using this photograph, which is -- yes, he's racist, but give the guy a break. he's eight months pregnant, gore god's sake. [ laughter ] like tommy lee jones fell asleep on a panini press. [ laughter ] of course there have been many words written and spoken about what a terrible person he is. magic johnson said he will not go to a clippers game as long as sterling owns the team. michael jordan said was disgusted and outraged. but when it came to expressing that outrage and disgust, no one did it more eloquently or poetically than this man. >> a message to the [ bleep ] that owns the clippers, you bitch-ass redneck white bread chicken [ bleep ] [ bleep ] --
your mama -- [ bleep ] [ bleep ] [ bleep ]. [ cheers and applause ] well said. most everyone seems to agree that donald sterling should be forced to sell the team. and i do agree with that. but you can't have him as part of the nba anymore. but if he sells the team, this guy's going to make at least $500 million. which that's not much of a punishment in my book. but i think i have a solution. i think i have an idea that will work for everyone. i will buy the team from donald sterling. for $5,000. [ laughter ] i think it would be great for the city. i'm the perfect guy to own it. first of all, i love basketball. secondly, i have $5,000. and thirdly, i happen to love black people. look, there's a picture of me with nene leakes. [ applause ] getting along famously, i might add.
donald sterling, i will give you $5,000. cash, by the way. do with it whatever you want. give it to the naacp. maybe they'll give you another award. i would be proud to take the reins of what once was and again will be the worst, most miserable franchise in all of sports. [ cheers and applause ] all of a sudden not such a bummer to be a lakers fan this month anymore. [ laughter ] here's a rare ray of sunshine in the strained relationship between the united states and russia. a 6-year-old russian girl asked vladimir putin this question. she asked, if you were drowning, do you think president obama would save you? which is a weird question for a 6-year-old to ask. [ laughter ] i don't know what kind of 6-year-olds they have over there. but anyway, putin said yes, i
think obama would save me. so on friday jon karl of abc news asked president obama, would you save him? and obama said, yeah, i would save putin if he was drowning. he said, i would save anyone except donald sterling if they were drowning. [ laughter ] this is good. this is from "morning express with robin meade" on "headline news." "headline news" is like a rapid-fire version of cnn. they motor through these stories. sometimes it will go from a fun story to a story that is not fun back to back. it is at those times when we honor anchor robin meade with our "headline news" segue of the day. >> did you say you did buy this dress? >> i think i just bought that same dress. >> there's nowhere to shop here. a plane crashed right on top of a guy? ♪ [ applause ] >> jimmy: are you asking us or telling us? because this is another -- this is a very strange story. paul simon, the singer, who's 72 years old, and his wife edie brickell were arrested at their home in new canaan, connecticut on saturday night and charged
with disorderly conduct. which in new canaan i think means doing anything other than reading silently. [ laughter ] but apparently, they had an argument, someone dialed 911, then quickly hung up the phone. but the police showed up anyway and took them both into custody. which is on one hand shocking. i mean, he's not chris brown. he's paul simon. but on the other hand, we should have seen it coming. the man made it very clear that darkness is his friend. yeah? okay. [ applause ] no. i don't want it. i don't want it if it's not earned. [ laughter ] if only the band gets the joke, it's a failure. [ laughter ] anyway, they seem to be fine now. they were released sunday morning and they appeared in court today holding hands and smiling, which that's always a weird -- holding hands i could see. smiling makes me suspicious. [ laughter ] we're so happy to be a part of this. you know, i called garfunkel to bail me out. it wasood to see him. [ laughter ] okay. i want to go back to donald sterling for a moment.
this is a big story not just all over the country but especially here in l.a. because the clippers are our local team slash joke. and from time to time i like to -- i like to keep tabs on how closely people are paying attention to the news here. so we sent a camera out onto hollywood boulevard today to ask people this. we asked l.a. clippers owner donald sterling was caught on tape telling v. stiviano he believes black people should not be allowed to instagram or stedmangram even if putin drowns while president obama looks on. do you have a puzzling response? now, clearly that makes no sense, but that doesn't mean people won't try to weigh in on it. this is our "confusing question of the day." ♪ >> l.a. clippers owner donald sterling was caught on tape telling v. stiviano he believes black people should not be allowed to instagram or stedmangram. even if putin drowns while president obama looks on. your puzzling response? >> i don't know. that's not really fair. >> you want to say hello to any of your black friends? >> oh. hi. >> who is it? >> oh.
hi, gaby. hi -- i don't really -- >> just gaby? >> yeah. >> he believes black people should not be allowed to instagram or stedmangram, even if putin drowns while president obama looks on. your confusing thoughts. >> that's racist. >> what's the least racist thing you did today? >> smoked a cigarette. what i was saying, this -- >> a little racist. >> oh, my god. am i looking bad right now? >> would it still be racist if it wasn't on tape? >> no, it would not. i say it wouldn't have been racist if it wasn't on tape. and i'm shire didn't know he was on tape. >> why wouldn't it have been? >> i just don't think it would have been racist. you know, he just -- i don't even think it was racist. he just specified us as a black man. that's not a racist statement to
me. saying somebody's a black man. that's not a racist statement to me. >> isn't the opposite also true? >> which would be -- what's the opposite? >> what you just said. ergo, opposite of being what you just said? >> i would say yes. >> vice versa. >> yes. >> l.a. clippers owner donald sterling was caught on tape telling v. stiviano he believes black people should not be allowed to instagram or stedman gram, even if putin drowns while president obama looks on. your puzzling response, please. >> i -- i think that's wrong. i think everyone should be able to instagram, do whatever they want. like we've come a long way in society and everybody is able to have their own opinion and do whatever they want. >> are you afraid you're going to come off as racist? >> i am? >> no.
that's fine. >> wait. >> nobody wants to be judged. nobody wants to be, you know, bigoted against. i mean, i've been judged a lot in my life for -- >> why is that? >> for a variety of reasons. i mean, rock and roll guy. you know, people think i'm a devil worshipper. people just speak out of ignorance without really knowing -- >> are the buttons -- the weight gain? >> well, yeah. >> facial hair. >> facial hair. >> the glasses. >> everything. >> the jewelry. >> yeah. pretty much. >> everything that's going on. >> absolutely. >> you can see why someone would really get on top of you. >> yeah. >> the way you look. >> absolutely. >> you look ridiculous. the buttons. safety pins. come on, give it a rest. >> exactly. >> time to grow up. >> absolutely. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: very agreeable. we need to take a break. when we come back, when we come back from the break, jennifer lopez is going to break down the lyrics of her new song for me live here in the studio. elisabeth moss, and music from sleepy man banjo boys. we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ]
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and the one and only jennifer lopez is here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] she's a triple threat, you know. she really -- i had her detained by security for that reason alone. her new song is called "i luh ya papi." luh is short for love. that way you don't have to say the whole love. [ laughter ] it's a time saver. but it can be confusing especially for older people who don't know the lingo, the abbreviation. so tonight with jennifer's help i'm going to try to translate to get the meaning of this song in a segment we're calling "new lyrics for old people." and to help me with this, please welcome jennifer lopez. jennifer! [ cheers and applause ] thanks for coming. >> thank you. >> jimmy: it will be very helpful because everybody wants to know.
some people just sing or dance along with the lyrics and i think it's good to know what the meaning is behind the song. >> sure. >> jimmy: so if you don't mind, if you would start and -- >> just start from the top of the song. >> jimmy: yeah. start from the top tough the song. and afterwards i will jump in and try to translate to others. and if i get it wrong just go ahead and correct me and we'll have some room for debate. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: let's begin. okay. ♪ i put it down for a brother like you ♪ ♪ give it to you right in the car, that's you ♪ >> jimmy: now, that means i would like to have sex with you in a motor vehicle. [ laughter ] >> we can first give you some of, this that's you. and you're all out loving that j. lo true. >> jimmy: okay. now, i don't understand. what does that mean? [ laughter ] >> that means you love me. >> jimmy: okay. >> you're loving everything i'm doing. >> jimmy: okay. next line. >> okay. hold up, i can get you thrown up. pull your trigger, go and get your gun off. >> jimmy: i'm pretty sure -- [ laughter ]
this involves the human male erection. yes? [ laughter ] okay. >> just a nicer way to say it. >> jimmy: i see. yeah. sure. >> it's hard to rhyme erection with something. >> jimmy: oh, no. we'll come up with some stuff later. [ laughter ] >> gonna tie my hair up top. put a pin in, it now i'm ready let it rock. >> jimmy: now, this is essentially you're going to put your hair up in like a scrunchy or something so that it doesn't interfere with lovemaking. >> right. [ laughter ] that was good. >> jimmy: thank you. >> keep it number one, that's easy mathematics. keep it number one baby ain't no static. >> jimmy: now, i don't know exactly what that means. i think -- i thought about it. maybe it means -- >> try. >> jimmy: a monogamous relationship? >> yes. >> jimmy: okay. [ cheers and applause ] i'm down. >> all right. you got this. you're not one of the old people. >> jimmy: no. i'm getting close, but not they yet. [ laughter ] >> got the hourglass for you baby look at these legs. >> jimmy: okay.
now, that's obvious. you're calling attention to your body, which is very fit. and you want to make sure that your lover notices that. yes? >> right. [ laughter ] no brakes, all green no, red. >> jimmy: this is either another sex thing or some sort of traffic violation or something. [ laughter ] >> it means you can go ahead. i'm ready. >> jimmy: okay. i thought you were talking to me. [ laughter ] i got excited. [ applause ] okay. >> if you wanna kill the body gotta start with the head. >> jimmy: so that means -- i think means we have to get to know each other to form a relationship in the head before the body killing starts. yeah? [ laughter ] yes, no? >> kind of. >> jimmy: kind of. >> you can take it that way. >> jimmy: okay. that is how i take it. >> put it on you i'ma need about four or five beds. >> jimmy: okay. you need four or five beds.
that means we're going to do some crazy stuff. [ laughter ] going to be like a columbus day mattress sale all over. [ laughter ] >> i luh ya papi. i luh ya luh ya luh ya papi. >> jimmy: papi. is that daddy? >> just papi. i luh ya luh ya luh ya papi. >> jimmy: okay. well, thank you so much. [ cheers and applause ] thank you. from "mad men" elisabeth moss is here with music from sleepy man banjo boys. and jennifer lopez, too.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tonight on the program -- you know her as the copywriting, boyfriend-stabbing peggy olsen on "mad men." elisabeth moss is here. and then bluegrass music from an amazingly talented young trio of brothers. their new ep, "by my side" comes out june 24th. sleepy man banjo boys from the at&t stage. tomorrow night -- from "modern family," eric stonestreet and jesse tyler ferguson. from gma, robin roberts. and music from circa zero. and later this week -- sandra oh, tony hale, science bob pflugfelder and music from franz ferdinand and boy george will be here too. please join us then. [ applause ] some celebrities are so big, they can whittle their name down to three simple letters. this one is a star of music, movies and tv. she returns to reality show glory on "american idol" wednesday and thursday nights on fox. please say hello to jennifer lopez.
[ cheers and applause ] thank you for helping us with that. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i haven't been able to get that song out of my head. and now it's -- >> it's one of those catchy ones. >> jimmy: permanently engrained. >> now that you know what it means. >> jimmy: and the album from which that song leaps was due today, i heard. >> well, it was due friday. >> jimmy: oh, it was due friday. >> yeah. but i'm going to hand it in today. >> jimmy: you're going to hand it in today. >> yes. >> jimmy: you realize that we're past regular business hours now.
>> i have till midnight. >> jimmy: you have till midnight. okay. it's weird. it's like a term paper. >> it is. it's crazy. they put a deadline on you. and this album for me i think was a little different because it's my tenth album and i guess i just had -- [ cheers and applause ] i just had that in my mind. usually when i've done albums before, it's like literally like two to four months max. this i've been working on over a year. and i just -- you know, every time they're like you're ready? i'm like no, not yet. >> jimmy: do you think they give you real deadlines or they go oh, we know she's going to turn it in late, we need to give her a fake deadline? >> no, this is a real deadline. because they have to put it up on itunes and everything's computers now and blah, blah, blah. >> jimmy: what happens if you don't turn it in on time? will somebody -- >> you miss your deadline. so when you miss your deadlines, then it doesn't go up when you told everybody it's going to -- supposed to go up. >> jimmy: then there's a problem. >> yeah. >> jimmy: does somebody call you and yell or nobody -- >> yes. >> jimmy: somebody does call and you yell. >> yes. >> jimmy: who would call and yell? >> benny. >> jimmy: i see. >> benny's my manager and partner for many years. and he's like come on, kiddo.
>> jimmy: you're comfortable enough that he can call and yell at you. >> oh, yeah. i yell back. [ laughter ] if i have to. >> jimmy: do you have a title for the album yet? >> i do. i have -- i'm behind. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. that's a good title, by the way. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> i have a few different titles, and that'll be added to it. i have a few different titles. i don't know. >> jimmy: can people help you with this? i'd love to know what your titles are. maybe we could narrow them down. >> i could tell you now or i could tell you later. >> jimmy: either way. you can tell me later if you want but right now we've got all these people that can help. [ cheers and applause ] >> i have to go through it in my mind. >> jimmy: you're among friends, first of all. >> one of them -- should i do this? [ cheers and applause ] it's taken forever. it's like one of those things. okay. so one of them that i have which
i think some of my fans know, i did a song called "same girl." that was one of them. #samegirl. saying i'm the same girl i was when i did my first album. which i kind of am. >> jimmy: i feel like we visited that area already with jenny from the block. i feel like it's the same message. [ cheers and applause ] >> i haven't set on anything. see, i think all those things, too. >> jimmy: okay. >> so that was one. then another one i had, which is -- again, sometimes i go from the titles of the songs. obviously same girl is a song too. one was -- i don't like doing this. i'm feeling very vulnerable right now. one of them was "aka," which is also known as, because i feel like i've been given so many monikers. and i do a lot of different things. >> jimmy: i think i like "aka." that's good. [ cheers and applause ] no one has ever titled their album "aka." it's instantly memorable. >> yeah.
it's short. >> jimmy: it's not overused like yolo or -- >> no. i wouldn't do that. >> jimmy: or any of those things. aka is pretty good. what else? >> what's another one i have? well, now from behind. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i like that. it feels like you've come from modest upbringing. from behind is strong. [ laughter ] >> i really don't like that one that much. >> jimmy: yeah, but i do. [ laughter ] >> yeah, i know. i can tell. i can tell your type. [ applause ] what else did i have? oh, gosh, i'm blanking now. >> jimmy: does anyone help you with this stuff or you have to come up with it -- >> you know, i throw things out there every once in a while and just see how people react. >> jimmy: i see. and there's a song called "big booty" on -- >> there is. >> jimmy: -- the album. which ties in nicely with "from behind" or "i'm behind."
[ laughter ] >> that's what i said, i have something for you in that theme. >> jimmy: i see. >> this song is a diplo track. i don't know if you guys know who diplo is. [ applause ] really great producer. and we were in the studio, you know, this track comes up and everybody in the studio's like this is the type of song that j. lo needs to do. and i was like, never in my life will i do a song called "big booty." ever. it will never happen. right? they're like no, come on, let's just write it, let's just see, blah, blah, blah. wind up writing the track. i always take stuff to my car afterwards and kind of like live with it and listen to it in the car and see which ones we worked on in the studio this weekly go on and record afterwards. because sometimes it sounds like a great idea in the studio but not a great idea in the studio. you've got to live with it. >> that's a great idea because people aren't listening to music in studios. they're listening in their cars.
>> also. i do the same thing. so i'm in the car with my twins, max and emmy, who were 5 at the time. and i'm listening to a bunch of songs. and the minute they hear "big, big booty 'cause you've got a big booty." they're like -- they went crazy. i don't know if they thought they were saying a dirty word or they felt -- i don't know what it was. but they love this song. and because they loved it i recorded it for the album. >> jimmy: wow. your kids are picking your singles. >> my son has a very good ear. >> jimmy: he does? >> my son has a very good ear. he could be the next clive davis or, i don't know, one of those guys. >> jimmy: would you want him to do that? >> i don't know. i want him to be happy. i don't know what i want him to do. but i know he has a good ear for music. we'll be in the car and listening to the radio and flipping through channels and all of a sudden he'll be like, go back! ♪ you're gonna hear me roar like he right away -- he can just pick on a first listen -- >> jimmy: really? >> -- like only the big, big smashes. >> jimmy: or maybe he's smart
enough to know that if mommy shoots a video called "big booty" that there's a good chance he can be on set to watch everything going on. >> at 6 i don't know if that's true. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, it is. trust me. i was 6 once. [ laughter ] it was a very horny time for me. jennifer lopez is here. we'll be right back. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by at&t. globalizing your world. oh, coffee please. ♪ is this coffee? it's nespresso vertuoline. how do they make this froth? it's coffee crema. last question. ♪ may i have another cup please? thank you. next! [ penelope ] nespresso vertuoline. experience the revolution of coffee.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we are back with jennifer lopez. who is back on "american idol." >> "american idol." yes. >> jimmy: you left for a little while. >> i did. i did two seasons. i was only supposed to do one. i loved it so much. i did two. then i left. i went on my first world tour ever. and -- >> jimmy: that was your first world tour ever? >> yes. >> jimmy: really? >> i think because i always had movies and music i could never do promo. it took a year to go on tour. >> jimmy: did you like doing that? >> i loved it. >> jimmy: you did. >> i loved it. and when i got back, they asked me back to "idol" again and i was like, do i do this again? and you know, i just -- i really do love it. i have a good time doing that show. >> jimmy: can keith urban and harry connick jr. who's the mean one -- >> he's not --
>> jimmy: he doesn't seem like a mean guy. >> he's not a mean guy. he's a pussycat. he really is. he's a puppy dog. he's gentle. but he's tough when it comes to music. he's serious about it. and sometimes i'm like okay, loosen up. who cares? and he's like no. no, my credibility's at stake here. [ laughter ] okay. >> jimmy: the shows are live now. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and you said the f word on the show. >> i did not. >> jimmy: last week. >> i didn't. i nearly mouthed the word, and there was no audio. >> jimmy: there was no audio? you just mouthing -- why were you just mouthing? >> because they're like two brothers and they're always bothering me. and so when they do things, and i was just like -- you know. [ laughter ] and i really did it really good. for some reason you could really see it. >> jimmy: but the censors at fox -- >> they were like beep. >> jimmy: yeah. they dropped the audio. >> i know. everybody was like you can't do that. i was like, i didn't. i didn't say anything. >> jimmy: deny, deny, deny. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you know, guillermo wrote a whole bunch of questions
for you. for real. [ cheers and applause ] this is the handwriting of a mad man. i'm not going to ask all of these, guillermo. i'm just going to ask one. >> that's right. >> jimmy: is there one you prefer that i should ask more than the others? there's one i like best. i think i'm going to ask this one. >> okay. >> jimmy: what do you think about lululemon pants? [ laughter ] >> i wonder why he asked that question. >> jimmy: i have a feeling it has to do with your new album "from behind." [ applause ] that's got to be the title now. >> no! >> jimmy: please. >> no. >> jimmy: do it for us. >> no. >> jimmy: it's number 10. >> no, i can't do it. >> jimmy: what do you think about lululemon pants? >> i like them. >> jimmy: she likes them, guillermo. >> yes, i do. >> great. >> jimmy: he likes them too. >> does he? do you wear lululemon pants? >> no, i don't wear them. >> jimmy: he's more of an admirer than anything. great to see you. i'm glad we could help with the album.
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from sleepy man banjo boys. for seven seasons our next guest has played plucky and plaid-clad advertising copywriter peggy olsen on "mad men." you can watch the final season sunday nights 10:00 on amc. please welcome elisabeth moss. [ cheers and applause ] how are you? >> i'm very good. and very happy to be here. thank you. >> jimmy: i want to tell you something a little bit weird. i think about your mother at least once a week. >> that is weird. >> jimmy: because -- the reason why is you talked about your mom always playing harmonica in the car. i always play harmonica in my car. >> i know.
>> jimmy: and so when i'm fishing my harmonica out of the wheel well or whatever, i think about your mother doing that too. >> she will be flattered. >> jimmy: will she? okay, good. >> i'm disappointed that's the only way you think about her. >> jimmy: do you play musical instruments? >> i do not. i play nothing. my only musical talent is i can sing jay-z's songs sometimes. >> jimmy: oh, jay-z's -- you're a rapper. >> i know all the words to one song. >> jimmy: that's a very limited scope of talent. >> i like to think of it as specific. >> jimmy: which song is it that you know? >> "i just want to love you," parentheses "give it to me" with the number 2. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> you know it. don't act like you don't know it. >> jimmy: do you want to do the whole thing? >> no. >> jimmy: you do not. >> the idea fills me with such anxiety. my throat's closing at the moment thinking about it. >> jimmy: like would you do that in a karaoke situation or something? >> yes. that's the only time my musical talent will come out, is in a karaoke situation, which is not
a good situation. >> jimmy: will you go for it? will you use all the bad words in a song? >> oh, yeah. recently i went and i did not do a bad words song. i did a classic with my friend jon hamm. we did "i've had the time of my life" from "dirty dancing." >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> complete with lift. >> jimmy: oh, really? he did the lift? >> although modified. >> jimmy: you put jon up above your head? >> come on. >> jimmy: wow. that's something. was this in a public-type situation? >> yeah. it's so funny. as a person in the spotlight or whatever you're trying to protect your privacy and not talk about your personal life and not get photographed. and then you go to some bar in the valley and you're singing in front of strangers. like this is totally fun. >> jimmy: they call it alcohol i
think is what it is. [ laughter ] by the way, congratulations. since the last time you were here you won a golden globe. >> yes. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: which is a big deal. which is of course, speaking of alcohol, it's the fun awards show to go to. who was at your table at this thing? >> i had a crazy awesome table. it was mike tyson and helen mirren. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. they spend a lot of time together. >> oh, yeah. it was pretty awesome. >> jimmy: wow. >> i didn't speak to mike. >> jimmy: you didn't? >> sadly, no. but i did get to talk a little bit to helen. and i sat down, and she sat down, and she of course like just dived right into her food like she's been to a million of these and she doesn't give a [ bleep ] and she was just awesome. and i sort of caught her eye and i was like, i'd like to introduce myself. we were nominated in the same category. and i was like, hi, i'm elisabeth. and she goes, i know who the [ bleep ] you are. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so the profanity at that table did not come from mike tyson. rather from helen mirren. >> she couldn't have been sweeter. >> jimmy: was she happy when you won? >> she could not have been more gracious. >> jimmy: i bet she could have
been more happy, though. if, for instance, she had won. >> she won the next one. she one the s.a.g. awards. i feel like we're even. >> jimmy: when those situations -- do you have a speech written beforehand? >> no. and actually, it's so -- i had managed to convince myself 100% that i wasn't going to win. it's so funny because you watch these things and you watch people go up there and you're like, god, why are they acting like such idiots, like they're so flustered and crying and like upset and they just -- and you think like you had a one in five chance of winning this thing. >> jimmy: right. >> it's not like you were clubbed over the head, blindfolded, put in the back ever a car and taken to an undisclosed location and then given an award. like you've had months to prepare for this. you submitted yourself for this award. you asked to be nominated. and then you've had months to think about it. and then people get there and they're so surprised that they won. but i get it because i felt the same way. i went up there and was just like shaking and a total mess. >> jimmy: uh-huh. so you have sympathy for -- or
empathy for them. >> i totally get it. yeah. >> jimmy: will you prepare the next time? >> probably not. >> jimmy: probably not. this is the final season of "mad men" but they're splitting it into a couple of parts. >> yeah. >> jimmy: so really it's not the final season as far as i'm concerned. >> no. it's a lie. and you see these billboards and they say the final season, and it's not. [ laughter ] there will be a lot more next year. >> jimmy: how many do you have left to shoot? >> five. >> jimmy: five more. that's not many. >> yeah, it's not many. and i have four left to read, and it's crazy. >> jimmy: you've been on since the beginning of the show. >> yeah. since the pilot 37 >> jimmy: are you starting to feel sad? >> yeah. definitely. >> jimmy: is that why you and jon hamm sang "i've had the time of my life"? was there some special meaning like yeah, i have had the time of my life? >> i think so. at least for him. [ laughter ] [ applause ] i was just going along with it. >> jimmy: peggy is having a very
rough season. when you are in that situation, when your character is -- things are not going well, do you also feel like you're in a bad mood? >> no. i actually have a really bad sort of perception of what is happening. and i don't really watch it all the time. i just have a different experience with it. and i'm always sort of surprised by people's reactions. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> yeah. like last night i got off a plane and my best friend texted me and she just watched the episode and she was like, i'm trying not to take it out on you but i'm really upset. and i didn't even remember what the episode was. and i was like what did i do? and she was like, you were really mean to don. [ laughter ] and i got into this like 20-minute like text argument defending peggy of like why she was mean to him. and i was like, that [ bleep ] has been so mean to her for like seven seasons and one time i'm like a little bit cold and i'm
in trouble? and i just totally like -- >> jimmy: who won the argument? >> my phone died. [ laughter ] [ applause ] which is for the best. it's for the best. >> jimmy: very good to see you. elisabeth moss, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] "mad men" sunday nights at 10:00 on amc. we'll be right back with sleepy man banjo boys.
>> for years, jimmy kimmel bladplay blazed his own trail. >> do you have a girlfriend? >> yes. >> rob lowe looks like skin cancer. >> every show is history in the making. >> thank you, jimmy kimmel. >> all part of the job, ma'am. the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by at&t. globalizing your world. >> jimmy: thanks to jennifer lopez, elisabeth moss, and apologies to matt damon.
we ran out of time for him. "nightline" is coming up next, but first, this is their ep. it's called "by my side." it comes out june 24th. here with the song "by my side," sleepy man banjo boys! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ o' before me there's a beaten path o' so many cut the roots of their past what kind of pleasure's at the end this time will fortune claim another ♪ ♪ another pleasure at the end this time it always fades away ♪ ♪ could you stay here by my side save me from the sea of pride all our fears are swept away oh oh oh ♪
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