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we appreciate your time being with us. for drew tuma and anthony flores, i'm dan ashley, we'll be with you t from hollywood, it's jimmy kimmel live. tonight, john cena from welco"we to marwen". eza gonzalez. and skylar. now for the time being, jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: very nice. thank you for watching. thank you for coming. that's very nice.
i can feel it. i think you are, but i have to ask, are you -- are we in the holiday spirit yet? is it happening? [ cheers and applause ] >> we're a week away from christmas day -- christmas, if you have not heard of it, is the reason mariah carey has a bowling alley in her house. be very hard to explain to jesus why people celebrate his birthday by putting antlers on their mini vans. but we do. everywhere you go there are decorations. even in new jersey. even the holland tunnel is decorated for christmas. the port authority got a lot of complaints because of this. they put the christmas tree over the letter n instead of slide ing it over the a where it belongs. and they also put a wreath over the u in tunnel which made it tonnel. a driver named cory started a petition to remedy this. he said he has ocd and it drives him nuts. which i get it, it would drive me nuts, to.
the port authority bowed to the will of the people and today they put the tree where it belongs, over the a. [ cheers and applause ] >> the wreath over the o and they got rid of the o-shaped wreath over the u. not a great christmas miracle, not exactly the birth of christ, but it is a christmas miracle nonetheless. i'm glad they did that. next someone needs to address the fact the holland tunnel doesn't go to holland, it goes to newark. that's false advertising. here's another controversial thing. this happened in oregon, brookings, oregon. the wind made it appear that the festive inflatables were interacting conjugalily while the others cheered them on. a blow-up snowman orgy in front of taco bell. in more whole some news, when the hallmark channel released movies more than anyone could watch, they released 21 christmas movies. this year they made 38, 38
christmas movies. how can there be that many? you know how many movies about hanukkah they made? none, zero. nonikah. hallmark has been overstuffing our stockings with these movies for years now. it's their thing and people like it, i guess. as a time saver, we did some create i. consolidation. we took all the movies, we chopped them up, to make one giant tv movie masterpiece. and here it is. >> sunday, december 23rd at 8:00, hollywood star johnny blake thought he had it all. >> my dad got sick. >> i never get sick, bud. >> this christmas, shoes are a girl's best friend. >> i need a donor as soon as possible. >> this holiday, the law may be your calling. but it's ice sculpting that truly melts her hard. chad michael murry and jessica hinton star as twins who swapped lives. >> i am so sorry about the loss of your sister. >> shot entirely at elvis
presley's. victor webster, merrick patterson, jessica lawrence. michael raidy. brendan. jan littlely, bruce macfarlane, lyanne rhymes, and happy the dog. in an original holiday movie. reunited at christmas at the palace. on christmas in christmas. christmas, christmas, christmas, your mom's dead at christmas. count down to christmas on hallmark channel. [ cheers and applause ] >> they should go back to making cards. today was the day of courtroom drama in washington as collusion palooza took an extra turn. it was supposed to be sen continuancing for michael flynn who pleaded guilty to lying to the fbi about his relationships with foreign agents. flynn has been cooperating with robert mueller, but a federal judge postponed his sentence to give him a chance to maybe cooperate even more. did this judge really let
michael flynn have t. not only was he sharply critical of flynn's conduct. he made him readmit his guilt. he said the fbi treated him unfairly. he characterized general flynn of selling his country out. judge sullivan said this is a serious offense, a high ranking official of the government, while on the physical premises of the white house. that's right. the only high-ranking senior government official who is allowed to make false statements on the premises of the white house is donald jessica trump, as you know. this news was bad for the president because he was inflicting flynn to do damage control. this morning trumpy soprano took the unusual step of offering well wishes to flynn. good luck today in court, to general michael flynn. it will be interesting to see what he has to say despite tremendous pressure being put on him about russian collusion in our great and obviously highly successful political campaign. there was no collusion. this is the part of the
godfather 2 when michael flies in franky's brother to stare at him while he's about to testify in court. trump is quite obviously trying to stay in michael flynn's good graces, hoping he will keep his mouth shut. so then it was sarah huckabee sanders's job to come up with some way to defend the president's tweet. she allowed a rare and brief ten-minute long press conference today to allow a fresh round of huckabee b.s. >> flynn lied to his own government and was working for another government during the campaign. does that concern him or not? >> there is certainly concern, but there is something for the court to make that determination and we'll let memorandum do that. >> he's plead today this. >> again, we're going to let the court play that out and they'll make a determination on whether or not he engaged in something right or wrong. >> why is the president making positive comments about him giving these things he's admit today? >> it's perfectly acceptable for the president to make a positive comment about somebody while we wait to see what the court's
determination is. >> no, it's not. it isn't, though. michael flynn has already pleaded guilty, he's guilty. the president's national security advisor admitted he was working with the russians and then tried to hide it from the justice department. there's no determination to be made. sarah sande sarah huckabee's answer is if the president does it it's awesome. she's dressing like wednesday lately. [ cheers and applause ] >> on top of all this, if it isn't ten years' worth of stuff, the trump foundation is shutting down or is being shut down. the new york attorney general said trump was using his foundation as his own personal checkbook and engaged in a, quote, shocking pattern of illegality. who is this shocking to? it's the trump foundation. we'd be shocked if there wasn't a pattern of illegality. the attorney general is pursuing an order to bar ivanka, eric and d.j. t.j. from serving on the board of any charities in new york and the trump foundation
has agreed to dissolve. and that is a shame because that charity, say what you will, they did a lot of fake work for some very made up people. but still, the president is looking ahead to 2020. last night his team released a new campaign ad that encourages his supporters to thank him for everything he's done. this is a real ad that aired last night on cnn. >> this is brad, the the campaign manager for trump. president trump has achieved more in his office than any president in history. that's why we need every trump supporter to pick up the phone right now and deliver a personal thank you to your president. we need to let president trump know we appreciate what he's doing for america. i need you to call the number on your screen and deliver a thank you to president trump. >> i'm donald trump and i approve this message. >> of course, you do. how will he have time to listen to all these messages? i'm curious about this hot line and i kind of want to call it. can we dial the number in the booth? here we go. let's see what -- what could it -- what could they say?
>> hi, this is brad parscale from the trump reelection committee, and thanks for calling the donald trump presidential thank you hot line. for instructions in english, press one now. for instructions in spanish, go back to wherever the hell you came from. >> hit 1, please. >> it you'd like to thank president trump for being the greatest american in history, press 1 now. if you'd like to thank him for making it okay to use casual racism on facebook, press 2 now. >> no. >> if you want to thank the president for the two minutes of awkward sweatyex you had with him in the '90s, press 3 now. for all other expressions of gratitude, press 4, and wait on the line. >> press 4, will you? >> hi, my name is jimmy. i'm in hollywood and i just want to say, thank you to president trump for, for teaching my kids what happens to your brain when you eat too much fried chicken. >> if you're satisfied with your
message, hang up now. to be entered into a drawing to become the next chief of staff, remain on the line and your call will be answered in the order in which it was received. >> you can hang up. [ cheers and applause ] >> meanwhile, as the walls are closing in on trump, as all hell is breaking loose, this is what mike pence is up to today. >> a new era of american national security in space begins today. >> he's still out plugging that imaginary space force. donald trump convinced him was a real thing and sent him out to promote. in space no one can hear mike pence scream. so it appeals to him. here's something i'm sure mike and mother pence would not approve of. there is a statute on display in springfield, illinois. it's called the snaketivity. it's a sculpture of the arm of a young woman holding an apple
wrapped in a snake like adam and eve with the apple. the state is allowing this because of that pesky first amendment. it's on display. but religious leaders are understandably upset that something from the church of satan is in the building. and, of course, when things like this happen, i go directly to the top. i don't mesa round. and in this case, that is god. so, god, are you there? god? oh, god? god? oh, look at that, how beautiful. >> i hear you. i hear you. you know i hear you. listen, would you just listen to me for one second, please? look, come on. [ cheers and applause ] >> just trust me, make up whatever you want. frank, frank, frank, frank -- shush, hold on, i'm getting another call. >> hi, god. >> hey, jimmy, that was francis. >> you're talking to the pope? >> no, jimmy, think bigger. he's such a small thinker. sinatra. sinatra. >> oh, how about that? you know, i'm surprised you use
a cell phone. that doesn't seem like something you would need to do. >> what do you want me to do, carve my kmamts in stone? what are you, a moses orring? >> no, i am not a moses. forget about the phone. i want to know if you heard about the satanic temple, the sculpture they have in the illinois capital. >> in chicago? >> no, chicago is not the capital of illinois. >> whoa, whoa, whoa wait a second. chicago is not the capital of illinois, are you sure? alexa -- >> you don't need alexa. i'm telling you springfield is the capital of illinois. >> not any more, it isn't. yeah, yeah, jim, go on. so, anyway, that's it really. there is a satanic temple from chicago that says they have the right to display the statue based on freedom of religion. >> you know what? chicago is a sinful place. i mean, they had gangsters, they had al capone, the black sock scandal in 1919. don't get me started on that
horrible deep dish pizza crap. no, no, no, you don't eat pizza with a knife and a fork, everybody. am i right, everybody? you need a slice so it runs on your arm to your pants. >> do you think lawmakers should have the statue removed from the building? god? >> removed? no, no, no, no, i'm fine with it. me and satan, we're cool. >> what does that mean you and satan are cool? >> we made up. >> what? >> hey, listen, folks, if taylor swift and katy perry can makeup, why can't we? [ cheers and applause ] >> that's nice, i guess. >> hey bill, say hello to jimmy. you're going to love this guy. he's going to be with you a long time. >> you hang out together in heaven? >> yeah, yeah, we get together like once a week, play a little fortnight, fantasy foot ball. >> really?
>> yeah, we have brunch. >> oh, no. >> bottomless mimosas! >> and then we figure out who goes where, you know. >> yeah, that's a big game, who goes where. so which one of us is going to get ted cruz? >> rock, paper, scissors. >> rock, paper, scissors. >> together: rock, paper, scissors. >> rock crushes scissors. he's all yours. >> you won. he's yours. >> i don't want him. jimmy, that face for eternity? >> i don't want him either. >> tough luck, buddy, i won. >> you always do rock. >> that's because i created all the rocks. >> i'm going to leave this to you guys to figure out, but thank you for weighing in. and have a merry christmas also. >> christmas? oh, jesus -- no, no, i wasn't talking to you. >> it's my kid's birthday.
>> hail me! >> enough of that. i'm all good on you. it's too loud. hail you, you mean one nation under me. >> under you? >> everything is under me. hello, down there. >> please. >> that's the lord and satan, everybody. thank you very much. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you guys. tonight on the show we have skylar gray, we'll be back with john cena. [ cheers and applause ] and applause ] a february to remember ♪ a june to remember ♪ or an october to remember ♪ all starts with a december to remember.
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>> jimmy: thank you. >> thank you. >> jimmy: how are you? people you're meeting for the first time? >> this is good. >> jimmy: very good to see you. you look great, you look fit. how are you? >> i'm doing well, thank you. >> jimmy: too much stress? >> my christmas checklist, i have to check everything off. >> jimmy: how is it going? >> it's going pretty well. i'm a little ocd about that stuff. >> jimmy: fair enough. >> i don't want to forget anybody. i have to make sure everything is marked. >> jimmy: i noticed you haven't sent me everything. >> there is still time. >> jimmy: what is your plan for the holiday? >> "bumblebee" is out on the 21st and everybody is going to go see that. [ cheers and applause ] >> you'll go to see that, so i'm telling everybody to go
sebumib see "bumblebee" until the 21st. madison square garden. the 22nd to the 25th i'm going to spend time with those i love. >> jimmy: very nice. who are those who you love? you have a lot of brothers, right? >> they're going to kick my as for saying that. you don't say that in the seen a household. i have four brothers and -- yeah. >> jimmy: where do you fall in the list of brothers age wise? >> second. it goes in chronology. the bottom is a toss up. >> jimmy: were you beating each other growing up constantly? >> yes. [ laughter ] >> full of boys, of course. >> are they all big strong guys or -- give me an account of the group. >> aren't all accountants out there skinny? >> you know what i'm saying. >> i probably was the biggest but i was not the toughest. >> who is the toughest in the family? >> he's going to kill me for saying this, but my little
brother matt. >> why would he kill you for saying it? he could kill you for not saying it. >> you could win, you could lose. we're so close in age, we always fought. i really thank my brothers and i love them to death. we reminisce. they taught me how to lose a fight, they taught me humility, they taught me failure and they taught me how to cuss, so i'm very grateful. >> did it get to the point, were the fights violent to the point where hospitalization was required? >> yeah, we lived in a small town in massachusetts. power tools, you could grab the closest thing. >> really? >> yeah. >> would you pull your punches -- >> roman candle fights -- no. >> so you go easier on your opponents in wrestling than you do your own flesch and blood? >> yeah, the wwe folks have it eads i. they couldn't spend a day in the seen a household. not at all. [ applause ] >> i'm trying to figure out who you're fighting at the garden. who are you fighting? >> who cares!
december 26 madison square garden! see me there! [ cheers and applause ] >> i heard that some of the wrestling fans don't like your hair. >> some? that's polite. >> what now? i'm looking at it and it looks fine to me. >> that's polite. >> yeah. >> it's usually shorter but -- >> here's the deal. i've been playing a character on wwe for, you know, 15 years now, and it looks the exact same, and then i left to go to china for about six months. i came back with this. literally it has caused a tidal wave of emotional upheaval. >> you're like the jennifer aniston of wrestling. >> i've literally ruined people's child hoods. like every day, i know you do mean tweets. every day is a barrage. change back, you look ridiculous, you ruined my life. >> will you change it back? >> i'm just trying to figure my life out. i don't know what the hell is going on. >> will you get a crew cut for the match? >> i will not. >> you like that hair.
>> the wwe is very vocal and excited. when i go to madison square garden looking like an accountant, not so much a thin one, they -- they're going to raise hell. so it's going to be great. i just want to see what happens. >> you want to get a rise out of them. did you have a job before you got into wres snlg >> i did. i got my degree in -- i basically learned how to work out. come on, guys. it's an honorable profession. [ applause ] >> never once have i used my degree, but it's an honorable profession. student loans. i moved out to los angeles not to pursue performing arts but to apply my degree. that was like the mecca of health and fitness and ended up at then the mecca of body building. this is right around y 2k for those people who don't know what that is. i moved to gold's gym and worked there. >> you worked there. >> 4 in the morning till
midnight. >> schwarzenegger worked there, lou farrigono. >> you would have a cast of characters going through there. >> what kind of guys were going through there? >> they were all very big. and each one of them tried to establish their own personality. they would fight each other in the jim. >> really? >> they would be banned. the real professional stunt, you knew you were a pro's pro. the parking lot was always jampacked and you'd leave your car outside in the parking lot with the radio blaring and just come in and workout. like, eh, keep it, and go in and workout. i saw this stuff and i couldn't believe -- these guys all could have been wwe super stars. >> really? >> yes. >> they had the personality thing down. >> none of them ever did? >> no. >> they didn't get involved in that? >> they didn't. >> at that time it was a little different. now it's like a real platform to things. >> there was this one guy -- [ laughter ] >> well, there was you, yeah. >> you'll still go back there? do you go back there and workout
and tan your body -- >> worked out okay for him. >> we're going to take a break. we're going to see a clip from "bumblebee." >> yes, that's the movie everybody is going to go see. [ cheers and applause ] >> by the way, i saw the movie and it's fantastic. >> it really is. it's action packed for those who like transformsers and are fans of the franchise. >> even those who like me don't know anything about t. >> you're the grinch of the transformsers, outright hate them. >> john cena is here. we're going to be right back. [ cheers and applause ] nd applause ]
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i know you're a competitive guy. are you worried about competing with the classic children's books this holiday season? he we we >> well, we did debut on the new york times as number one. i'm glad you brought that up because i have something to say to the other children's books authors. just a minute. >> oh, really? okay. [ laughter ] >> dr. seuss, i see you i and i'm coming for you. green eggs and ham, goods thing you're a doctor because it's going to be broken legs and jam. >> that seems -- [ cheers and applause ] >> that seems a little bit -- that seems a little bit harsh, you know? >> thanks, man. >> is there anyone else you have a problem with? >> oh, yeah, oh, yeah. [ laughter ] >> murry sendak, we're about to
send you back for a full refund. [ cheers and applause ] >> that wasn't a good as the dr. seuss one, but -- >> no, no, i actually -- i wasn't -- >> do it again. you have another book there? >> i do. >> okay. >> hey, e.b. white -- you really messed me up, man. [ laughter ] why does charlotte have to die again? save the pig's life then dies? why does he have to go there, you monster? >> john -- >> shut up, man. every children's book, somebody dies, love you forever, dead mom. over the other dead dog. two dead dogs. [ bleep ], man. >> kind of true. i never really thought of it that way. [ cheers and applause ]
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please say hello to eiza gonzalez. [ cheers and applause ] >> wow. >> welcome, welcome. you came dancing out. made me feel like i'm ellen. >> i'm latin. >> that's right. you are -- >> hi, guys. >> you're mexican. >> i am mexican a. >> what part of mexico are you from? >> i'm from mexico city, born and raised. >> very nice. are you living here now or what -- >> yeah, i've been living here for seven years now, and i moved here, actually, to work. it's fun. i've enjoyed it. i miss my tacos, but i'm loving my hot dogs, so it's good. >> you know, we do have a taco place or two here in los angeles now. i don't know if you got the word, but -- >> yeah, i heard about it. i've heard about it.
>> now, you were on a. >> you understood all of them. we can kind of understand what's going on even if you don't speak spanish. >> yeah. >> because they are so dramatic and oftentimes over the top. >> yeah, the music determines how you're feeling. basically -- and you know the evil twin is going to kill you or something like that usually. >> you have evil twins in yours as well. >> we have a lot of that. i had a body guard i fell in love with and my mom had a body guard that i fell in love with. i fell in love with another one -- it's consistently, you have to maintain the excitement. but it is really dramatic, which is what makes it really fun. we need that drama in our life. >> it's nice to have drama that isn't actual drama. in mexico, the telenovell as. here in the united states some of them have been on for 40 years or something, but you do it for a little while and you start a new one, right? >> yeah, basically it has life
as a series. but it still has those crazy loops of stories. like you will definitely start with one story line and someone gets killed and then that person comes to life again, when they're over, the actress chooses. there is a very famous soap opera where they were over the actress, they burned her face, and she got reconstruct and had she was another actress. it was amazing. >> that's like a message to everyone to behave. >> don't do that at >> that's crazy. what are the biggest differences between a production in mexico and a production here in the united states? >> they're very different. for example, when i started working in america, i started on a show in austin, texas. i got there, it was my first day. i was really nervous because it was the first time i was doing something in english. one of the actors said, do you want to come with me to craft? i said, sure, let's go.
i didn't want to say i didn't know what it was. >> it's a table full of food. >> exactly. so i go to crafty. he starts picking up food. i'm like, wow, there's a lot of food in here. in austin, texas, there's a lot of food trucks. i grabbed my stuff. i looked at them. how much do i owe you? everybody is like, what do you mean? i go, do i have a tab? and they're like, it's for free eiza. oh, my god! i loved it. i mean, that's sort of like -- we didn't get that in mexico. it's fun. they're very different. >> that's the great thing about television and movies and acting. especially when you're an actor, you can't eat because you have to stay thin, so they give you as much free food -- it's a special brand of hell they've fauld exclusively for actors. your mom is here.
>> she is. he's sheer with my best friend who is the biggest jimmy fan ever. >> oh, that's nice. >> do they live here with you now? >> no. sadly, my mom -- well, good for her because she's still in mexico and she loves it there, but i miss her a lot. she comes with me sometimes to sets. >> i gotcha. >> and we just finished shooting hobbs and schare and she came with me. she is very sweet. it's endearing, but she will tell embarrassing stories of me to meiko stars. >> oh, tell one. [ laughter ] >> sure, she loves it. >> what story has she told? now this is you embarrassing yourself. what has she told your co-stars? >> when we were shooting, for example, "baby driver," we were jamie foxx and john hamm and i were a couple in the movie. i wanted to feel tough and bad
as. my mother said, you should have seen her when she was a little baby. i shaped her head so it wouldn't grow like spikes. >> you shaved your baby head? >> it's a mexican thing. it's what we believe. if you shave their heads, their hair will grow better. it looks like it's done very well. [ applause ] >> it is nice. >> did anyone shave your head? your hair is like the teeth of a comb. >> my brarnd ma shaved it once when i was little. >> it came back nice and bushy and strong. [ applause ] >> are you an american citizen? is this something you want to be? >> right now i'm a resident. i have a green card -- well, i used to have a green card. >> what happened to your green card? did trump take it? i have a feeling a half hour chatting with you and he will turn in the whole wall will crumbling down.
>> did he say if they were pretty they could stay? >> if he didn't say it, he thought it. >> well, i used to. he's not taken it yet. i went skydiving. don't judge me for this. but i lost my wallet. i lose everything all the time. so, i lost my wallet so they need an i.d. to sort of know who the hell is jumping out of the plane. >> right. >> and i gave it to them and i was so nervous, i palomino ut it in my back pocket and i went skydiving. so halfway through i just was like, oh, no! i guess i dropped it into earth and someone out there is eiza gonzalez. >> it's a good thing you landed on this side of the border. >> praise the lord! >> so, this movie -- [ applause ] >> -- is called "welcome to marwen." it's based on a true story. steve coral is your co-star in the movie. were you familiar with steve and his work on television and movies and stuff like that? >> yeah, of course.
i grew up watching a lot of his movies. he's so cool. he's such a good comedian. he does a complete different thing on this film. people are going to enjoy it 1067. >> he plays a man who dresses as a woman and it's based on a true story. >> yeah, he's a character -- well, it's mark hogenkamp which shares his story with the world just to inspire everyone obviously because he's gone through a whole lot of moments in his life and he had a really terrible thing happen to him, try not to poil the movie for you guys, he went through an act of hate being different steve embodies marks. he wear heels, girls shoes in this movie. i never thought steve coral could dance in heels better than i did. i was very impressed with steve. he was incredible. [ laughter ] >> oh, wow, this is a talent. i wonder if he even knew he had. >> he can do everything. >> incredible.
the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. [ cheers and applause ] >> i want to thank john cena, eiza gonzalez, billy crystal. apologies to matt damon. we ran out of time for him. night line is next. but first, this is the sound track to aqua man. here with the song everything i need. skylar grey. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ born on the wrong side of the ocean ♪ ♪ with all the tides againstgain you ♪ ♪ you never thought you'd be much good for anyone ♪
♪ but that's so far from the truth ♪ ♪ i know there's pain in your heart and you're covered in scars ♪ ♪ i wish you could see what i do ♪ ♪ 'cause baby everything you ara is everything i need ♪ ♪ you're everything to ♪ baby every single hurt is who you were meant to be because you were meant to me and you're everything i need ♪ ♪ turn your back against me ♪
♪ but i am here to ♪ like a sea, you're kissing the shoreline no matter how many times he pushes her away ♪ ♪ 'cause baby everything you are is everything i need ♪ ♪ you're everything to ♪ baby everything is who you are meant to be because you were meant for me ♪ ♪ and reason ♪ ♪ it's all the best thing in disguise ♪ ♪ i used to question who i was
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