tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC April 8, 2016 11:35pm-12:38am PDT
>> jimmy: i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks for coming. my real friends. you know, once every couple of months, there's some explicable online trend that becomes wildly popular like the cinnamon challenge where you eat cinnamon, the kylie jenner challenge with the duck lips. some are dumb, some are dangerous and this one is both. it's called the banana peel challenge. have you heard about this? the way it works, you put a banana peel on the floor and then you step on it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i don't know why
they're doing it either. i don't know. when i was a teenager the only challenge i cared about was trying to get someone to have sex with me and i failed that. can you imagine someone asked you, how did you become, if you don't mind my asking, how did you become paralyzed? your answer is, the banana peel challenge. three more trends like this we could eliminate teenagers altogether. >> guillermo: jimmy? hey. come over here, i want to tell you something. >> jimmy: really? what do you want to tell me? >> guillermo: i want to tell you something very important. >> jimmy: if it's so important, why don't you come over here and tell me? >> guillermo: no, because it's a secret. >> jimmy: why can't you come over here and tell me the secret? >> guillermo: no, i have to stay here, secure the doors in case someone's tried to kill you. >> jimmy: oh. >> guillermo: it's very important. >> jimmy: could it be that there's a banana peel on the floor and you want me to slip on it when i come over there?
>> guillermo: oh, there is? >> jimmy: yeah. >> guillermo: i didn't see that. >> jimmy: yeah, well it is there. so just you stay -- i'll stay here, you stay there. thank you anyway for the -- >> guillermo: oh, dicky, come over here. i want to tell you something. >> jimmy: don't try to bring dicky into this. because first of all, he heard the whole thing and secondly i don't want him falling on the banana peel either, all right? >> guillermo: i have something very important, i have a secret, i want to tell somebody. >> jimmy: all right. you want me to come over there? >> guillermo: yeah. >> jimmy: okay, all right. i'll come over there. so what's the secret? >> guillermo: i forgot. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: from the time i was over there, you said it was very important. and you forgot already. >> guillermo: can i tell you later on? after the show? >> jimmy: you tell me later on. okay. very good. i'll just -- i'll leave that with dicky for safekeeping. how long did that go on?
a long time, huh? yeah, all right. thanks for staying with us. by the way, while we're on the subject of dangerous trends, according to state department, virtually every foreign leader who meets with secretary of state john kerry has expressed concern about the republican presidential primary election. which there's no need to be concerned. it's silly. once president trump builds a wall around your country, you'll never see us again. there's no worry. john kerry said he found that many foreign leaders are in shock about what's going on with the election here. he said everywhere i go, every leader i meet, they ask about what is happening in america and they cannot believe it. guess what, we have a hard time believing some of the stuff that goes on in your countries, too. a state department spokesman claims john kerry isn't talking about one candidate in particular but obviously, he's talking about one candidate in particular. here's the thing though. if virtually every foreign leader is concerned about the campaign, that means at least
one foreign leader is not concerned about the campaign. i'm guessing that this is the foreign leader. [ laughter ] is not concerned. you know, according to new nbc news poll, donald trump now has support from 48% of republican voters. all the men and none the wives is what it is. ted cruz is at 27% and john kasich is at third with 18%. he won't give up. even though if you look at this most recent delegate chart, trump has the lead followed by cruz, then marco rubio who is not in it, and then john kasich. when a candidate that dropped out two weeks ago has more delegates than you do, in general, it's not a great sign for your election hopes. but john kasich is refusing to leave. he's like the guy at your house party, at 3:00 a.m. he's still playing x box on the couch. but he's vowed to keep running. he's going to keep running until one person in america can identify him by face and then he will stop. donald trump made an appearance on "dancing with the stars" last night in the form of geraldo rivera.
it was latin night on the show so geraldo did a salsa dressed up as donald. who knew geraldo rivera was such an accomplished impressionist? >> vladimir, hi, it's donald. huge. it was huge. vlad, could you hold on for a second? melania. ♪ >> okay, so it was at this point that everyone watching at home knew geraldo would be the first "dancing" star eliminated. but he went ahead and finished the dance anyway just for the hell of it. ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> vlad, you still there? >> jimmy: no, he hung up. and he turned off the television and then they sent geraldo home. that was what you call a geral-don't.
this is a great story. this happened in bainbridge, georgia, last weekend. a couple of brothers got a text message from a number they didn't recognize saying good news we're about to have a baby. we'll put the -- this is the actual text chain. so it starts we're at the hospital having a baby today. she's dilated to between 5 and 6. so the guys responded congrats lol but i think someone got the wrong number. they got that picture of baby and grandma with the weight of the baby and they responded i don't know you all but me and the boys will be through to take a picture with the baby. and then someone on the chain realized that there were strangers and he said lol 0687 you're cracking me up. sorry you got caught up in the baby birthing. they said okay. what's the room number? bainbridge hospital, right? we have gifts. lol, lol. room number 130, come on and see us. ttyl. which what does that stand for?
>> talk to you later. >> jimmy: i'm the only dumb one in the group. talk to you later. see you soon. some crying emojis. these guys who are brothers went out and bought baby gifts and showed up at the hospital where they posed for this photograph that was posted to facebook. when we come back, we'll chat with dennis and diorick about their visit to a strange baby in the hospital. so stick around. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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we're about to chat with a couple of brothers who found themselves in an unusual situation, they were accidentally added to a group text. someone they didn't know had a baby and not only didn't they ignore the text, they got the room number and showed up at the hospital. there they are with the new parents. mark and lindsay lashly. we learned about this on facebook and needless to say i wanted to know more about what happened. joining us from bainbridge, georgia, on our big cisco screen, the wall of america, please say hello to dennis and diorick. how you doing? >> good, how about you? >> jimmy: i guess i should start by asking, is this the first time you've ever dropped in on strangers to meet their baby? >> yeah. most def. >> jimmy: most people would ignore a wrong number text. you did not. why didn't you ignore the text? >> i mean, i just looked at it. i couldn't help it. couldn't help it. >> that's his personality. >> that's just my personality. >> jimmy: when you decided to go to the hospital, were you at all high? [ laughter ] >> high?
>> what? >> wasn't high, no. no. wasn't high. >> doesn't happen, doesn't happen. >> jimmy: what if you get a text that said someone died? would you go to their funeral too? >> i would probably think about that one. >> actually, we'll send flowers. >> jimmy: tell me, what was it like when you walked into these people's hospital room? >> you can imagine two black guys walking into a room. best wait. but you know, it was not an everyday thing you see that happening, right? it was kind of like a shock wave when we went in. >> jimmy: i knew you picked up gifts. where did you get the gifts? >> we got them from dollar general on the way. we woke up. you want to hear the story? you ready for the story? >> jimmy: yeah, i want to hear the story, sure. >> all right. so i woke up and i was initially supposed to go get me a tattoo or whatever. while i was ironing my clothes, my brother comes to me and says somebody been texting me saying
they're having a baby. so i said, whatever. he's telling me he told them he was going to put it up on them or whatever. they sent him a picture of the baby whatever. so i was like, just ask them for the room number. if they send us a room number, obviously they want us to come or whatever. >> jimmy: right. >> she ended up laughing after she sent us the room number. so then she -- it kind of felt like she was saying, you're not really going to come. >> no, you're not going to come. i don't think she expected us to come. >> jimmy: no, no, i don't think -- who would expect somebody to come from a wrong number? and did you know what to get for a new baby? you're young guys. did you know -- >> no, the ladies at the store were so nice. they helped us. ladies at the store. >> jimmy: and what did you -- >> they had to direct us to get the right thing. we told them it was a baby boy. so, you know. they helped us. >> jimmy: what did you get for the baby? >> we got baby diapers, pampers and a pacifier. >> jimmy: oh, okay, all right. those are good gifts. those are nice. did you wrap them them? did you put them in gift
wrapping? >> we put it in like a little bag. i forgot -- what is it? precious cargo. a bag that said precious cargo. >> jimmy: you guys have to be the godparents. i mean, really. >> right! >> that's what he wanted. he wanted that. >> that's what i wanted. >> jimmy: you should be the godparents. did they name the baby after either one of you? >> no. >> jimmy: how long were you there in the hospital room? >> stayed about 15 or 25 minutes. >> jimmy: did you get to hold the baby while you were there? >> the craziest thing about it is, we actually never got to see the baby. you know. i think it was in like a little room where the babies be or whatever. we would be like, where is you guys baby? we didn't ask them about the baby. we just gave them the gifts. >> jimmy: would you make yourself available for baby-sitting for young fellow? >> most definitely.
>> no. >> all the time. >> jimmy: tell me, true or false, when you did post all these texts to what was it, facebook, that you forgot to blur out the phone numbers. so everybody saw this. yes? >> yes. true. >> jimmy: yeah. did you get a lot of phone calls? >> yes, i did. lots of phone calls. >> jimmy: and will you be going to those people's houses? >> lots of people actually invited us. >> jimmy: they did? >> asking us when we would come visit their babies. >> jimmy: guys, will you be present at the birth of this family's next child? >> that's a good question. >> to be continued. >> if they want us to come, we'll come. >> jimmy: if i have another kid, you guys are invited. well, thank you for joining us. >> we're definitely there, man. we're definitely there. >> jimmy: i'll text you. i have the number you posted online. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ]
dennis and diorick from bainbridge, georgia. thank you guys. [ cheers and applause ] we've got to get them a show or something, right? it would be like "wedding crashers." they could be "baby crashers." they burst into the delivery rooms washed up, of course. but with crap they bought at the dollar store, right? did any of you see "batman v. superman" over the weekend? [ cheers and applause ] i'll take that as a yes. the movie made $180 million, which was a record for easter weekend. since it was such a huge moneymaker, warner bros. is working on a slew of versus type sequels including this one. this is not your typical super hero movie trailer, this one isn't targeted exclusively at young men like most of them are. this batman movie appears to be targeted at women. ♪ >> i'm absolutely loving my new
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, there. tonight -- great basketball player and a fun guy on top of that. he covers the final four for tbs reggie miller is here with us. and then all the way from denmark, this is their self-titled album, lukas graham from the samsung stage. tomorrow night -- we have a big show tomorrow night. ted cruz will be here. i have many questions for him. mike epps will join us, we'll have music from st. lucia. and on thursday neel sethi, music from twenty88, which is big sean and jhené aiko and the great bill murray. he will grace us with his presence and gifts. please join us for both of those shows. our first guest tonight is the oscar nominated actor and emmy-winning director who is the greatest possible argument against that wall donald trump wants to build. her new fantasy horror movie "tale of tales" is airing now on direct tv and opens in select
cities and on vod april 22. please welcome salma hayek. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> hola! >> jimmy: is that some kind of mexican tradition i'm unaware of? >> no, i am following the -- >> jimmy: i see. the banana theme for tonight. >> your lead. i have to tell you i'm a little bit jet lagged. i forget a lot of words in english and spanish. so when i have to kind of charade. because i haven't slept in three days. >> jimmy: that would be fun. >> you'll guess what is it that i want to say. >> jimmy: why haven't you slept for three days? the traveling? >> the traveling. can i put this here? >> jimmy: yeah. how old is your daughter now? >> she's 8. valentina.
>> jimmy: she's not like waking you up at 6:00 in the morning. is she? >> she is actually. she is also jet lagged. that's the time she wakes up. >> jimmy: she comes in and makes you get up at the same time? >> sometimes. >> jimmy: my daughter vomited on me this morning. [ laughter ] i got all ready for work. not that i was -- i wasn't wearing a suit. i was dressed like a hobo as i usually am. i took her into the kitchen. she demanded eggs this morning. i started making them and she threw up all over me. >> that's love. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i'm sure maybe you did the same on a girlfriend and she loved you anyway. >> jimmy: i never vomited on a girlfriend ever. >> that's good. >> jimmy: yeah, i know. probably on my mother, though, yeah. by the way. i mentioned this, donald trump. have you ever met donald trump? >> what did you say about donald trump? >> jimmy: i said he would never build a wall if he knew about you. i think he would build a water slide leading directly into your town there in mexico. have you ever spoken to him? >> yes, yes, i've known him for a long time. >> jimmy: you have?
>> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: and still -- you must get personally offended by this. >> i haven't seen him since he started this part of his career. entertainment career, this part i have not actually seen him. >> jimmy: his new endeavors. you haven't seen him since then? >> yeah, the entertainment business. >> jimmy: i feel like you're the only person that could talk sense into him, really. i mean, you know. if you speak, he is going to listen. >> you know, i don't think he listens to me, no. or to many people. no. you don't need to talk sense into him. everybody is entitled to their own madness. you need to talk sense into the people who are not seeing the madness. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we could use a little of it too while we're at it. >> it won't make any difference that way. >> jimmy: you have many, many homes all around the globe, correct? >> i have a couple of houses. yes.
>> jimmy: where are you living now? here in l.a.? >> no, i live in london. most of -- no, i live between london, paris, and l.a. you make me say it. >> jimmy: if it's true, it's true. it's as simple as that. london, paris and l.a. your husband is from -- >> and washington state. >> jimmy: and washington state. wow. >> that's it. >> jimmy: okay. that's a lot. washington state, that's a weird place to wind up. >> i like it there. >> jimmy: it's great up there. i'm surprised you're up there. >> i am full of surprises. >> jimmy: is your mother with you everywhere you go? >> no, not everywhere. >> jimmy: i saw a picture you posted she was making tamales. >> i'm mexican. you know, we travel in big groups. >> jimmy: i see. >> i have my own mother, sometimes my aunt. my father, of course, my brother. listen, thers one part of my houses that actually do not go from country to country.
it stays in one country. that is the kitchen. it's always mexican. no matter where i am, if you went into my kitchen, you think you're in mexico. >> jimmy: are you able to find supplies for mexican food? >> first research i do when i come to another country. where do i get my tortillas. yes. >> jimmy: you got to get your tortillas. >> where are the hot chili peppers. >> jimmy: you don't have to fly them around with you? >> no, and if i did, i wouldn't tell you because i would get into trouble with -- yeah. >> jimmy: i see. we're skirting a lot of stuff here tonight, yeah. so we just had easter for instance. are tamales, is that a traditional thing on easter sunday in mexico or is that just for christmas? >> i don't remember doing the same kind of easter in mexico. tamales you don't need a special holiday. they're good all the time. but i didn't do the bunny, bunny
eggs, the easter hunt. >> jimmy: the bunny eggs. no easter egg hunt? >> i didn't do that. >> jimmy: did you do it with your daughter? >> of course. >> jimmy: you do, yeah, she knows about it. >> she loves it. >> jimmy: is she still at 8 years old maybe on the fence as far as -- >> let me tell you what my 8-year-old asked me about easter. >> jimmy: okay. >> i know what question you are thinking. but i get more interesting questions. >> jimmy: okay. [ laughter ] >> she -- welcome to my life for a second. >> jimmy: yes. >> if we are celebrating easter, the resurrection of jesus christ, what is the -- what is the relationship with eggs and bunnies? what does it have to do with the resurrection of jesus christ? >> jimmy: your daughter asked this question? >> yes. >> jimmy: how did you answer that? because there really isn't a good answer to that question. >> i say i'll be right back, i'm going to the restroom. and then you start looking in the phone because i didn't know.
[ cheers and applause ] i'm not an idiot. i am sure many parents do the same. you know? and there's nothing really on the internet. >> jimmy: none of it makes sense. >> i think there was something about it is a german old tale and then i came back and explained that. she goes, uh-huh, what does that have to do with jesus christ? >> jimmy: she's inquisitive. sounds like you've got trouble on your hands there? >> yeah, but it's beautiful trouble. i love this trouble. >> jimmy: of course. when we come back, we'll take a break. when we come back, we'll see a clip from your new movie today which i saw today called "tale of tales." salma hayek is here. we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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en your majesty eats the heart, you will become pregnant. instantly. >> that's salma hayek and john c. riley in "tale of tales" which is currently on directv. was that, boy, that's a weird movie. i mean that in a good way. >> that's a weird movie, yes. yes, and you know, to eat the heart of a dragon, to become pregnant instantly, first of all, that heart of a dragon is the worst thing i've ever eaten in my life. >> jimmy: there's a photograph of you eating the sea monster heart, yeah. >> i can think of more fun, pleasurable ways to get pregnant than to have to eat that nightmare disgusting thing that was making me gag. >> jimmy: you mean sex, right? you're talking about sex? yes, exactly. what is this, by the way that you're eating? >> okay. the director wanted that heart to be equal to like a real heart. >> jimmy: yeah.
>> so it had all kinds of different things. like one time i got stuck with an artery and i was freaking out. i'm like what's that? spaghetti. and then there was this mushy stuff. what's that? marshmallows but they were like soaked on that sweet, sweet blood. that blood, all the blood you see in the movies, by the way, guys, it's very sweet. it's kind of disgustingly sweet. it was full of all kinds of things. i was gagging. >> jimmy: it's disgusting. >> it was valentina who saved me. because she was behind the monitor and she came to me, mama, you only see when you're biting in the front, spit out when you're supposed to be biting it in the back. >> jimmy: this kid is a genius. >> she is. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i want to ask you about a photograph you posted to instagram. this took place in a hospital, and why were you in the hospital? and have you ever seen happier doctors than that? [ laughter ]
>> i was doing a scene and i accidentally where i'm wearing these t-shirts as a pajama. >> jimmy: this is part of your wardrobe, i see. >> yes. this is my wardrobe. and i hit my head really hard. and then i couldn't see clear and the ambulance came. i was all woozy. ambulance came and said we have to take her to the hospital. we think it's a concussion. and they took me to the hospital. and you know, like you're not looking at yourself. you don't remember what you're wearing. >> jimmy: right, yeah. >> so they took me in the -- the word -- stretcher, stretcher. and everybody was staring at me. and i'm like, they recognize me? very popular. and then i realized that i had the t-shirt. >> jimmy: show that one more time. >> then i had like -- i had 20 doctors in my little room. >> jimmy: how about that. what a coincidence. six people died in the waiting room while you were in there in that t-shirt. wow. well, i can't say as i blame them.
it's very, very good to see you. the movie is called "tale of tales." it's on directv. it opens in select cities and on vod april 22. salma hayek, everybody. we'll be right back with reggie miller. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> dicky: next week on "jimmy kimmel live," it's a marvel superhero spectacular with guests chris evans. benedict cumberbatch. paul rudd. done cheadle. anthony mackay. sebastian stan. emily vancamp. paul bettany. chadwick bozeman. chris hemsworth. robert downey jr. plus music from mayer hawthorne. deftones and white denim. that's next week on "jimmy kimmel live."
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i want to show you some cutting edge technology. this is a vhs tape. push that tape in and hit play. this is a flip phone. have you seen these before? it's called a compact disc. oh. looks like we're getting a facsimile. what year is it to you? it's old. you'd rather use newer technology? definitely. well, i've got something to show you. this is the 2016 chevy volt. it uses extended range electric technology. the prius hybrid uses battery technology developed 15 years ago. chevy expects volt drivers to get over a thousand miles between fill ups. it's got every technology there is. the prius actually belongs on the table. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, we're back. still to come, music from lucas graham. our next guest is a five-time nba all-star, an olympic gold medalist, and a member of the basketball and trash talk halls of fame. this weekend, he guides us through the final four on tbs. please welcome reggie miller. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
>> jimmy: reggie. welcome, good to see you. >> how are you, my friend? >> jimmy: it's cold and flu season. you probably got some. the audience is filthy. >> hold on. first of all. can i get the williams brothers info? >> jimmy: aren't they great? >> i can party with those guys. all right? couldn't we all party with the william pros? >> jimmy: they posted their info right online. >> i want their info. they're in georgia, right? okay. we do hawks games. okay. i want them at a hawks game. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i have a feeling they will be very excited to hang out. >> i want their info. >> jimmy: it doesn't seem like they're that busy. i think that will be okay. >> i want them there. >> jimmy: are you happy there wasn't instagram and facebook and stuff like that when you
were a player? >> thank god. thank god. there's no way i could have played with social media today. >> jimmy: because you would have gotten in trouble. >> what about the times where you could like be drunk in a club and stumble all out and not worry about a camera being in front of you. now everyone's their own paparazzi. it's taken the fun out. you've got to be responsible. you and i, we're not responsible. >> jimmy: i'm pretty -- you're pretty responsible, aren't you? >> i am. it's just difficult because now, before, it was just the newspapers that were critical of your performance. now, if you play bad, everyone has an opinion. >> jimmy: it's true. everyone's a routine beat reporter. it's crazy. you are doing something fun. i love this because this is something you do every flight you take. you take a lot of flights. >> uh-huh. >> jimmy: let's put this up on the screen on your instagram account. >> it is. >> jimmy: so on instagram, each time, whoever you're seated next to, you take a picture with them, right? >> we get locked in in today's
society with our phones. and we don't interact with each other anymore. >> jimmy: now you use your phone. >> no, to interact with other people. as much as i travel, i said i'm going to get to know the person next to me. it's random. you never get to pick. >> jimmy: this guy, the first one, you write on the eve of march madness, please say hello to brandon from sacramento. the senior vp of sales for a medical waste company. he's been married for 20 years to his beautiful wife denise. did he tell you she was beautiful or did you -- >> i embellished. >> jimmy: i see. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: they have three boys, aged 24, 16 and 12. >> it's their story. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: new york city to l.a.x., meet john thomas, born in antigua. lived the last ten years in new york city. john is an accountant and vice president of finance at fd-hab airways. >> i've never heard of that before. >> jimmy: i never heard of it
either. john told me they are the fastest growing airline in flight aviation. you learned that. >> you get to know people. >> jimmy: before we show the next one and don't say what we're going to see, but tell us how it happened. >> this person took seat mate selfie to a different level. on my way to chicago from l.a.x., i get on. i'm usually the last one on. no one is seated next to me. i'm like i won't have a seat mate selfie today. the last person to come on before they closed they came on with a handler. for those of you who don't know who handlers are, for big movie stars, when people go through the airport, they help them get through, put them in vip areas. the handler comes on and puts her bag up. she doesn't sit down next to me. there was one more open chair across the aisle. she sits down and i look and i do a double take. oh, my god. >> jimmy: and here's the photograph of your seat mate's selfie. julia roberts. >> right? [ applause ]
so i say to myself, great. of all the places why couldn't she sit next to me. she had to sit in the open seat across. i took out my notepad and wrote a note. i heard she lived in malibu. i live in malibu. i had never seen her. i wrote a note. hey, miss roberts, i lived you live in malibu. it was around the holiday time. i would like to ask you about christmas. and i got up. i went across the aisle. and i handed it to her. and i'm like, i got to watch her read it. she's reading it and goes like this. looks at me and is like, oh, my gosh, she's going to come over. pretty woman's going to come over! she is going to come over. so once we got up, she came over. i got her story. you know. >> jimmy: she made it. >> what i normally do is write it up and let everyone proofread it so all the information is correct. their names, their families, their kids.
and she's like so when are you going to send it out? most airplanes have wi-fi. as soon as you okay it, i'm going to send it out. she's like are you sure you want to do that? i'm saying to myself, this is julia roberts. i want everyone to know she's sitting next to me. i'm like, yeah. she's like okay, go ahead. so i sent it out. not thinking anything. so when we land in chicago, thank you, miss roberts, i appreciate it. i'll see you soon. i go down to baggage claim. there's like 30 to 40 people down there with big julia roberts bobbleheads and like things. i'm like, how did they know she was on the plane? how did they know she was coming to chicago? and then like -- oh my god. >> jimmy: somebody must have told them. >> yeah. someone must have said. apologize for chicago. i felt really bad. she thought she was just going to chicago and my big mouth.
>> jimmy: you know what? i'm sure she got a ride out of it probably. >> it's julia roberts. come on. >> jimmy: who do you like in the final four? can you say? >> of course. well, that's my job is to say. i had virginia versus villanova in the final but obviously, syracuse kind of dampened that. i had virginia winning. so since i had villanova in the final, i'm going to go with villanova to win it all. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: they did look really good. all right. and the game is on tbs this weekend. >> exclusively the games are all on tbs. i had to say that on saturday is the doubleheader. and then the championship game is monday on tbs. >> jimmy: it's very good to see you. reggie miller, everybody! watch the ncaa final four saturday at 6:00 eastern. we'll be right back with lukas graham. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
>> jimmy: i'd like to thank salma hayek, reggie miller and apologize to matt damon. we ran out of time. "nightline" is next but first their self-titled album comes out friday. here with the song "7 years," lukas graham! ♪ ♪ ♪ once i was seven-years-old my mama told me go make yourself some friends or you'll be lonely ♪ ♪ once i was seven-years-old it was a big big world but we thought we were bigger ♪ ♪ pushing each other to the
limits we were learning quicker ♪ ♪ by eleven smoking herb and drinking burning liquor never rich so we were out to make that steady figure ♪ ♪ once i was eleven-years-old my daddy told me ♪ ♪ go get yourself a wife or you'll be lonely once i was eleven-years-old i always had that dream ♪ ♪ like my daddy before me so i started writing songs i started writing stories something about that glory ♪ ♪ just always seemed to bore me ♪ ♪ 'cause only those i really love will ever really know me ♪ ♪ once i was twenty-years-old my story got told ♪ ♪ before the morning sun when life was lonely once i was twenty-years-old ♪ ♪ i only see my goals i don't
believe in failure 'cause i know the smallest ♪ ♪ voices they can make it major i got my boys with me at least those in favor ♪ ♪ and if we don't meet before i leave i hope i'll see you later ♪ ♪ once i was twenty-years-old my story got told ♪ ♪ i was writing 'bout everything i saw before me once i was twenty-years-old ♪ ♪ soon we'll be thirty-years-old our songs have been sold ♪ ♪ we've traveled around the world and we're still roaming soon we'll be thirty-years-old ♪ ♪ i'm still learning about life my woman brought children for me ♪ ♪ so i can sing them all my songs and i can tell them stories ♪ ♪ most of my boys are with me some are still out seeking
glory ♪ ♪ and some i had to leave behind my brother i'm still sorry ♪ ♪ soon i'll be sixty-years-old my daddy got sixty-one ♪ ♪ remember life and then your life becomes a better one ♪ ♪ i made a man so happy when i wrote a letter once ♪ ♪ i hope my children come and visit once or twice a month ♪ ♪ soon i'll be sixty-years-old will i think the world is cold ♪ ♪ or will i have a lot of children ♪ ♪ who can warm me soon i'll be sixty-years-old ♪ come on, casper. bring it up. ♪ soon i'll be sixty-years-old will i think the world is cold ♪ ♪ or will i have a lot of children who can warm me soon i'll be sixty-years-old ♪ ♪ once i was seven-years-old my mama told me ♪ ♪ go make yourself some friends or you'll be lonely once i was seven-years-old once i was
seven-years-old ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ when mama said that it was okay mama said that it was quite alright ♪ ♪ our kind of people had a bed for the night and it was okay ♪ ♪ mama told us we were good kids and daddy told us never listen to the ones ♪ ♪ pointing nasty fingers and making fun 'cause we were good kids ♪
♪ remember asking both my mom and dad why we never traveled to exotic lands ♪ this is "nightline." >> tonight, the bizarre and riveting story of two teenage girls who walked out of their house one night, disappearing for years. tonight how two sisters vanished. did their parents' bitter he said, she said divorce cause them to run? or were they hidden by their mother, trying to protect them from their father? spring cleaning queen. maria condo, the woman who started the wildly popular declutter phrase, her videos of folding laundry going viral. the master of tidy says it's all about jewelry. prince william and duchess kitt leaving the kids and following in his mother's footsteps as