tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC March 14, 2016 11:35pm-12:37am EDT
>> jimmy: welcome, welcome. i'm jimmy, the host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you for coming. thank you for coming, not just coming but thank you for being on time. it's very important. did you remember to spring your clocks forward sunday? how is it that by the way my air bag knows exactly when i'm going to get into an accident, my car can't figure out how to go forward an hour for daylight savings time? i hate springing forward. i hate springing forward so much more than i like falling back. i personally am strongly against daylight saving time. [ clapping ] thank you, dicky. >> dicky: bless you. >> jimmy: they did a study, there's an increase in fate heart attacks in the three days after we change the clocks.
supposed to have picked up your kid at preschool an hour ago. every appliance with a clock should have a daylight saving button you'd push. you'd only use it twice a year put that's more than i use the "potato" button on my microwave. all hell is breaking loose in this election. tomorrow there are primaries in five states. florida, illinois, missouri, north carolina, and ohio. ohio and florida are the big ones. in florida today, mitt romney hit the campaign trail with governor john kasich who's hoping to beat donald trump in his home state, ohio. romney stumping for kasich in ohio and rubio in florida. with the idea that he will stop donald trump. he's also got holy cross and iona going into the finals in his ncaa bracket. but he took the stage with kasich at an air museum that's halfway between akron and canton today. i have to say i love the idea of mitt romney and john kasich teams up. it's like a buddy cop movie only they're both the cop who plays by the rules.
right now. marco rubio, who's still in the race, is encouraging people to vote for john case nick ohio instead of him. rubio says kasich is the only one who can stop trump in ohio, and he's the only one who can stop trump in florida. ted cruz stopped trump in texas. then the plan is if they get to the convention, they're going to have dr. ben carson sew all their bodies together to form one enormous super-candidate who just might have enough delegates to win. tomorrow night we'll see how this all plays out. in the meantime donald trump has a mess on his hands. he has people fired up and not always in a good way. his events have become filled with protesters lately and violence violence. they had to cancel a rally in chicago friday because of security concerns. the secret service had to stop a guy from rushing the stage in ohio over the weekend. in north carolina, an old man sucker-punched a protester in the side of the head. now trump apparently has to worry about getting hit with tomatoes. >> let me action plain what happened. we were told before just as i
told by the secret service, sir, there's a person or two people in the audience that have tomatoes. they are going to throw them at you, we think. if they do throw them, you have to be prepared. now, you get hit in the face with a tomato, let me tell you, somebody with a strongarm at least, let me tell you, it can be very damaging. >> jimmy: yeah, could turn your whole face orange if you're not careful. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] can't get hurt by a tomato. in way you can get hurt by a tomato with four coats off bronzer on your face. tomatoes are nature's nerf balls, they mean no harm. president obama seems like he's enjoying this whole thing. he spoke at a fund-raiser in dallas where he took a mom to ruminate about donald trump brand wine. >> i had to say that -- i told some -- the folks, i said has anybody bought that wine?
tastes like. i mean, come on. you know that's like some $5 wine. they slap a label on it, they're charging $50. saying that's the greatest wine ever. >> >> jimmy: i think obama's in his "i only have 10 months left so to hell with it" phase. [ cheers and applause ] maybe he'll host the oscars next year. the big story of the day, bigger than politics, bigger than sports, bigger than anything, was "the bachelor." [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the only good thing about daylight saving time is we didn't have to wait another hour to find out who ben chose. it came down to lauren b. and jojo. guillermo, who did i predict the final one will be? >> guillermo: joyu.
ago i made a proceed diction, ediction. >> you're agreeing with me, i'm thinking maybe i should have gone with lauren b. well, let's just say these are going to be the final two. i believe jojo will be the winner. i believe you will date her for a period of four to six months. so i was wrong on the winner but i had the final two, which was pretty good, considering it was the beginning of the season. and that's why they call me nostradamus, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: in the end ben asked lauren b. to lauren b. my wife and she said yes. they're still together, already this one of the longer-lasting engagements in "bachelor" history. if you watch the show ben had a tough decision. he told both lauren and jojo that he was in love with them. on the same night. so it turned out to be a difficult notion for his mother to wrap her head around. >> you're still sitting here with me today going, i'm in love
>> yes. so there's still things we have to figure out. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. a few small things that need to be sorted. after 20 seasons, ben's mother is the first person in "bachelor" history to recognize how ridiculous this show is. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: congratulations to her. so ben was in love with both finalists. so he did what you do in that situation. eeny meeny miney moe, he proposed to them all. this was probably the most uncomfortable moment of the night, ben let jojo down in the most confusing way possible. >> i don't know if i can find love. i found it with you. but -- i found it with somebody else more.
[ laughter ] it almost seemed like if this wasn't on camera he'd be engaged to both of them right now, right? so ben is here. lawyer ran b. is here. and tonight we will eliminate no, tonight they will be here with us. one of my favorite parts of "the bachelor" is when -- you know when he's just staring into the distance, just kind of looking. presumably thinking. well, we went through the whole season of the show and we put this together. this very moving montage of
>> jimmy: ben, i'm sorry to looking off in the distance. but yeah, we have to do the rest of the show. >> fair enough. >> jimmy: we'll see you, okay. moment. thank you, bachelor ben. we have some fun -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have to take a break. when we come back, i lend a hand to chris harrison in what might be our most dramatic "bachelor" segment yet. we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] (vo) you can check on them. you can worry about them. you can even choose a car for them. (mom) honey, are you ok? (child) i'm ok.
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sia the on the way. you're wearing. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: those are bachelor ben leggings. you can actually i would these. we saw a picture of kaley cuoco wearing these and i knew guillermo had to have them. you can wear those to your pit lawsuit tease class. >> guillermo: yeah, sure. >> jimmy: they're form-fitting. >> guillermo: whatever you say. >> jimmy: okay, all right. you know, if you've ever watched "the bachelor" you're familiar with the way host chris harrison does the announcing. everything is the most dramatic season yet. but when you've been doing this for 20 seasons, plus 11 seasons of "the bachelorette" lick he has, it's hard to come up with new twists. this time i decided to pitch in. i dropped by the recording studio where they record this stuff to present chris with new lines to hopefully mix things up a little bit.
dramatic episode in "bachelor" history. will ben propose? if he does, will she say yes? that's all tonight onnal all-new episode of "the bachelor." >> jimmy: hey. >> what's sflup. >> jimmy: i saw the door open. >> good to see you. >> jimmy: you doing the things with the lines, the most dramatic -- >> you know how that goes. >> jimmy: doing those awhile now. >> 15 years. >> jimmy: 15 years? >> it's wild, isn't it. >> jimmy: the reason i'm here, you've been doing it so long, you have to do these things and it gets repetitive. >> a little bit. >> jimmy: i feel like -- i took the liberty of writing some lines to help you freshen it up. >> some new stuff, all right. >> jimmy: would you mind? >> i'm game to try anything. >> jimmy: here you go, there's your lines. >> okay. >> jimmy: i'll just -- >> fire away? >> jimmy: i'll sit right here. >> okay. it's the fourth-most dramatic season yet. >> jimmy: i figured that way it's kind of realistic, you know. in case it's not the most. it can't be the most always.
>> jimmy: seems ridiculous. >> you're right. this season will be relatively dramatic. >> jimmy: yeah. because it's honesty, you know. you're just being straight. >> it's television, though, we're never lost. honesty doesn't sell. >> jimmy: oh, okay. scratch that, we don't have to use that one. >> this is just my opinion, but this is a really cute season. the cutest season yet. oh my god. is it cute? >> jimmy: oh, yeah, no. i was thinking, oh my god! is it cute! >> oh my god! >> jimmy: sorry to give you a line on that. >> gee, cute? omg, this is so cute. >> jimmy: think about it, who wouldn't watch the cutest season ever? everyone will watch that. >> i like it. >> jimmy: you have to be a real jerk not to watch the cutest season ever. >> okay. okay -- ready?
dies. extreme. >> jimmy: what if everyone does die? you're going to need it. >> we're covered, good point, okay. tonight, ben and the girls solve the mystery of the sunken tugboat. that was good. >> jimmy: okay. >> these are the most emotionally damaged women yet! >> jimmy: that's every episode. >> all of them. on this one, all the women want to have sex with chris! that's me! >> jimmy: yeah. i bet some of them do. i mean, probably, right? >> why would they not? >> jimmy: why would they not? >> how could they not? >> jimmy: what do they need with these farmers and nonsense. >> unemployed bachelors living in their parents' basements. >> jimmy: you're on tv, you should make love to more of these women. >> dammit, jimmy, you're right. thanks, man, this is great. >> jimmy: my pleasure, i'm happy to help, i really am. and thank you for considering my work. >> iowa can't thank you enough. >> jimmy: good to see you.
and says his good-byes. this was the most dramatic exit ever for jimmy. >> jimmy: i don't know why you this -- >> i can't stop, i've been doing this 15 years. >> okay. >> jimmy: i'm going to leave. don't say anything gotcha. >> jimmy: just be would it. don't put the headphones on. >> just put them down? in fact -- >> thanks. >> jimmy: turn around, don't bye, chris. >> see you, jimmy. thanks, buddy. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i said no! i think we might need to have an and vention. thank you, chris. thanks to everyone at "the bachelor." still to come music from sia, maria menounos is here. be right back with bachelor ben and lauren b.! [ cheers and applause ]
everygirl's guide to cooking," maria menounos is with us here. maria is newly gained, her fiance surprised her on "the howard stern show" last week. i love traditional proposals like that, i really do. and then we -- after that we go all the way to austin, texas action for a special south by southwest performance. her album is "this is acting." sia from the samsung stage. [ cheers and applause ] tomorrow night on the show, kirsten dunst, wonder woman will join us, music from jake buggg and later this week harry connick jr., began ra bay sidibe, more from south by southwest with two chains and lil wayne so join us then. earlier tonight, many of you watched our first guest from the marriage to the other first guest, for those who have on it
higgins and his too yawn his fiancee! [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we'll get it later. how are you doing? >> good, how are you? >> jimmy: doing well. did you watch the finale together? >> not yet. >> jimmy: oh, that's going to be a test. >> yes. test. >> jimmy: have you watched any of the episodes together? >> yeah, a few. >> jimmy: couple of weeks ago. we kind of >> we kind of stopd? never watch the finale, there's no reason to. >> at least just our part. >> jimmy: watch your parts and zip zip zip through the other ones, yeah. so how long ago were you actually engaged? we just saw it tonight. when did it happen? >> it was november 23rd. >> jimmy: of what year?
time. gained. did you feel like you knew each gained? >> people ask us that all the time. yes. because there's not too much i've learned about her that's different than what i thought from the show. >> jimmy: what have you learned about lauren that is different from what you learned on the show? >> she loves to sleep in. i'm up at like 7:30 every morning. but lauren will sleep until 10:00. if i try to wake her up to hang out, to have breakfast or something, it's not happening. >> jimmy: yeah, that is good for when you have a baby, let him >> yeah. >> jimmy: is that a problem? >> i mean -- no. i've trained him. yeah. >> jimmy: i see. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: lauren, you are a >> correct. >> jimmy: have you been back to work since this all happened? >> so i worked end of january. so it has been airing for about crazy. kind of got in the way.
>> people were so nice, but it definitely got in the way of my pushing the cart down the aisle. >> jimmy: yeah, right. i felt bad. >> jimmy: that is interesting. you can't tell anyone anything and they're all asking. >> jimmy: have you been together >> in hiding, yeah. >> they call them happy couples. so the idea is a happy couple is lock two people in a house somewhere around l.a. and you hang out for the weekend. >> jimmy: is it always a different house? or is it -- you're like el chapo on the run. >> exactly, all the time. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what kind of period of time are we talking about here? you're there for a week, two weeks? >> not quite that long. >> three to four days. arrest for -- >> yeah. something? >> exactly, right? you're not able to go out to eat? food? >> they bring us food.
in pasadena. it was just a mansion. it was massive. but they had moved out. so this left a couch and a bed. sbut but the show never checked to see if they had wi-fi, cable tetion, a hot tub, a pool. they lock annuals a house for four days and we sit on the couch and stare at each other. >> jimmy: no tv? >> no. >> jimmy: how much sex can you have? let's be honest, nobody's a teen aimer here. how much sex have you had? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] so now you're getting married. and -- i mean, you know. you know how these things go. a lot of the times people don't get married. does that worry you at all? >> no. i'm not worried. are you worried? >> jimmy: why am i worried? ate when it about worried. i always feel like there's so and there's a vacuum at the end
here we are, a couch and a bed. >> yeah. i personally feel very disconnected watching the show. because of how much life has moved on post-show with her. there's never been -- we actually woke up this morning, super excited for today, we looked at each other, have you ever been concerned about the future? and not once has that crossed our mind. >> jimmy: it hasn't. >> yeah, we both agreed that it's nothing we're concerned about. >> jimmy: how hammered do you get before you watch yourself on that show? really. >> a lot of tears. being on tv -- yes. >> jimmy: her sit agent home watching it then crying again? >> just because i'm embarrassed. from embarrassment. then i call her. hon, have you watched tonight? no. okay, good, don't! >> jimmy: you don't? >> then i do. i've watched a little bit. >> jimmy: to you get upset byfy of this stuff? >> i mean, no, because it happened, you know, a little while ago. i think that's why i don't watch >> jimmy: you understood what you were getting into. >> exactly.
>> jimmy: if you had been the bachelorette, you would have done the same thing, right? >> exactly. >> jimmy: probably with even more people than ben. [ laughter ] ben, you would have been perfectly okay with that? a ruggedd >> jimmy: is there anything about living in secret all this time that botters you, pet peeves? here? this is a safe place. >> go ahead. >> so penn is a very heavy breather. out of his mouth. like a very heavy mouth breather. >> really? >> i have big lungs. it takes a lot to fill them up. >> that's his explanation for it. >> jimmy: i didn't notice that about you. you're not doing it right now. >> remember the training part? >> when he's really close to me, i'm like, why are you breathing so funny? >> or the other night, i like to pray for us before we go to bed. it's something we've enjoyed
i'm praying and she stops me. can you not pray so loud? >> jimmy: god isn't deaf. >> yeah. >> jimmy: are you praying she doesn't see the episode -- >> every time. over. >> jimmy: you're hoping god >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, that was weird. i mean, i can't imagine. there's going to be a day where you guys have it out. >> and she's going to call me out on it? >> jimmy: i think so. >> it might have already happened. >> may or may not have already happened. >> jimmy: it may have already happened. you have to work through that stuff. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's why i i'm here. >> that's why we're here. >> yeah, your advice. >> jimmy: my advice is, get it over with, talk about it, don't let it stew for 18 months and rehearsal dinner and all of a sudden it's like, oh my god, you son of a bitch! and you're like, why did you
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>> can i have them? >> jimmy: they might be a little puffy. i'm going to ask you each a question, you have to write what is each other's middle name? you're playing for a fork. lauren is finished. she says ben's middle name is -- go ahead and turn that around. edward. and grace. is that correct? >> no. >> jimmy: it is so! >> it is. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: let's continue. name the siblings. you're playing now for a salad fork. siblings' names. this is really a question just for ben. >> yeah, thank you. >> jimmy: and ben? bryant, brett, mollie, correct? and -- no siblings for you, so that was an easy one for lauren.
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>> jimmy: hi there, we're back. still to come, music from sia. our next guest got engaged in a much more traditional way, live on "the howard stern show." she's the host of "e! news" and color of "every girl's guide to cooking." please say hello
to maria menounos! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: congratulations. it's like engagement night here knowledge i know, love unless the air? although you did it differently from ben and lauren. you and your fiance kevin dated for how long before you decided to get married? >> it's going to be 19 years in two weeks. >> that seems long enough. that's a good breaking-in period. [ laughter ] >> yeah, we kind of know each other now. >> jimmy: i think so.
surprised you on "the howard stern show." >> yeah. >> jimmy: was it really a surprise? was it genuinely a surprise? >> are you kidding me? i've never been so shocked or surprised in my life. you see the video. i'm like -- just in utter shock. my jaw was on the ground the spire time. >> jimmy: i know you are a big fan of "the howard stern show." >> yes. >> jimmy: it seems like kevin is a huge fan of the show. >> yes. >> jimmy: is kevin proposing to you on that show a gift for him or a gift for you? >> i don't know. you know what, that show has meant a lot to us as a couple. like back in the day when our families were kind of against our relationship and nobody loved us. we would listen to howard stern on this twin mattress in this basement, because we were kind of homeless because i was disowned for dating a non-greek. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> it was bad times. we listened to the show and he used to say, someday you're going to be on this show, you're going to be a big star. i'm like, who this is wacko? what is he talking about? >> jimmy: why is he on my
>> we've been on the show many times. howard and beth are amazing. they plotted this behind my back. and beth was helping kevin with the ring. and she was really smart. she told him, delete every correspondence. maria's smart, she's a reporter, delete everything. >> jimmy: do you go into kevin's texts and e-mails? >> yes. >> jimmy: you do? what? >> i haven't in a long time. but i do -- okay. >> jimmy: what happened that precipitated the first -- i mean, what was going on at that time? were you suspicious? >> okay, so -- no. this time i was bored. okay? so i was super bored. and i was walking by. and he was taping a show. he was doing this new show tonight that starts called "the tomorrow show." and i was bored. he wasn't paying attention to me. so i went and his phone was blowing up and i started looking through his phone. boring, boring, boring. i left it. thank god i didn't see anything. or i would have been so mad at myself. >> jimmy: you know you're under
saw some things -- >> are you kidding, never. thank god. i knew he wasn't smart enough to delete his trash. not smart enough? honey, i love you, you're super smart, you know what i mean? he's not super sleuth like that. i said, honey, i want to see how these e-mails went down, can we look at your trash? i bet they're in there. of course all the e-mails are in there. >> jimmy: did it say how much the ring cost and that kind of thing? >> no, i haven't found that out yet. >> jimmy: are you going to look into that? >> i don't care what he spent on it. >> jimmy: the interesting part, besides being an unusual place to get engaged, and i was listening as this was happening. >> you were listening live? >> jimmy: of course i was. at that time, right before howard -- kevin came in and proposed to you, howard asked you, interrogated you about being hit onpy celebrity men. >> yes. >> jimmy: >> the guy you lost your virginity to before you met kevin. >> yes. >> jimmy: this is moments before the engagement by the way.
>> jimmy: how kevin's hair his sex drive. and how frequently you and kevin >> yes. >> jimmy: kevin pops in and says, will you marry me? did you think it was a joke? >> i did at first, absolutely. i thought it was a total joke. and then -- you're in a moment, almost like a car accident, your life flashes before your eye. >> that's a great analogy. [ laughter ] for your engagement. >> a million things are going through my head. at first i'm like, he's playing a prank on me and everybody's going to think he's the biggest [ bleep ] in the world. like a million things are going through your head. my mom had no idea. my dad knew the night before, kevin told him, but he never told my mom. my parents were leaving the room because of the sex talk, somehow they migrated back in time to find out i was getting engaged? your parents were at the studio with you? >> yeah. >> jimmy: they heard a lot of stuff, then howard brought them in. i think he invited them in to watch you guys make love, is that right?
>> jimmy: have you listened back to it? he actually did do that. >> i he did? >> jimmy: you may have been in a cloud of emotion at that point. >> i felt like i was on drugs? your father declined the invitation fyi. >> all i remember is my dad saying, i love strippers. >> jimmy: i remember you telling a story about bringing your parents to a strip club, which is a whole other segment. >> i did. >> jimmy: did you work on this would be with your mother? i did. my mom was a cafeteria cook in schools in boston. >> jimmy: they're the best. >> she brought hers up to number one in the state. >> jimmy: like a lunch lady? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: wow. >> she was amazing too. she mastered cooking really fast, delicious, healthy meals. we sat down to write this book for the everygirl who wants to do the same. >> jimmy: these are recipes that people who don't cook can cook? >> yes. absolutely. i hold your hand, there are a lot of tips. because i'm just like everybody else. even though i've been cooking my whole life, it was the first way i communicated because i didn't
i used to tell -- my teacher showed up to one of my book signings, my first grade teacher. i saw her in the lineup. mrs. bruno! she's like, i didn't know you would remember me. you taught me english! that's how i wrote this book! cloon apron? before. you've had my cooking. >> in this apron? >> not in that one. >> jimmy: you did cook last congratulations on everything. >> thanks so much. >> jimmy: the engagement. will you be having a baby soon? [ cheers and applause ] >> we're working on the baby. now we're confused because we've got to plan some wedding. >> will you have the baby on "the howard stern show"? >> i thought we were going to do that here. >> jimmy: you're welcome to, goo guillermo, scrub up! that's her book, "the everygirl's guide to cooking." we'll be right back with sia!
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for him. "nightline" is next. first " this is acting" is theal wum. with the song "bird set free," sia! [ cheers and applause ] clipped wings had a voice had a voice but i could not sing you would wind me down i struggled on the ground so lost
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