tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC January 25, 2017 11:35pm-12:37am EST
>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- martin short. from "gold," edgar ramirez. we play big hair baby bingo, and music from lady antebellum. and now, quite simply, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hello, everyone. i'm jimmy. welcome. thank you for watching. thank you for coming. thank you for joining us here on abc where earlier tonight our
nicky trump sat down with david muir for his first official interview as president of the united states. good news, the president after all has decided not to put his name on the flag. [ laughter ] so that's a step in the right direction. [ cheers and applause ] this was quite a coup for abc news. donald trump doesn't usually like to talk about himself. [ laughter ] tonight we got insight into this normally elusive and camera-shy individual. during the drew tonight president trump among other things continued with his mysterious and puzzling claim that voter fraud cost him the popular vote in the election. he says 3 million to 5 million illegal voters chose hillary over him. he knows if that's true he still has to be president, right? [ laughter ] of course, you know, if you want to be president, winning the popular vote means nothing, only the electoral votes count. but it apparently means a lot to donald trump.
be asking for a major investigation into voter fraud, including those registered to vote in two states, those who are illegal and he goes on to another one, even those registered to vote who are dead, and many for a long time. [ laughter ] that's right, dead people voted. and i like that he added many for a long time, which makes it -- if newly dead people vote, you can forgive that. [ laughter ] they might have just forgotten they're not alive. but if they've been dead for a long time, there's really no excuse for it and it has to be stopped. [ laughter ] according to a report from the brennan center for justice, a nonpartisan law and public policy institute, the rate of voter fraud, the real rate in u.s. elections, is betwee between .00004 and .00009%. in other words, about the same rate as the couples on "the bachelor" get married. [ laughter ] [ applause ] it's a tiny percen
there will be a major investigation. he must get to the bottom of why he is stuck with this horrible job he didn't want. [ laughter ] there's no evidence to support it. if it did happen, if there was voter fraud, listen close. if you meddle with our presidential election, our president, president trump, will find you and he will bring you to justice. unless you're russian. then it's fine, do whatever you want. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] quite a day, amazing. today trump said he believes in torturing prisoners. which is bad news for melania. [ laughter ] and he signed an executive order to start construction of the wall he's been yelling about. he wants to build a $25 billion wall and he promised that although we might have to pay some money up front, mexico will reimburse us for it at some point in the future. is it me or does this sound like an e-mail scam from a nigerian
mexico's going to pay us back. once we build a wall they're going to tape a check to a rock and throw it over. [ laughter ] he says they could get started on this wall in a couple of months which means i guess we have to put our plan into action. guillermo? you know what to do, right? okay. very good. we've been working on this for quite a while. let's see what his time is. perfect. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] well done. very well done. thank you, guillermo. >> guillermo: who's guillermo? my name is tucker from the valley. >> jimmy: right, sorry, i'm so student. sorry, tucker from the valley. hey, tucker what do you do for a living? >> guillermo: i am a -- computer assistant analyst. >> jimmy: okay. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: analyst. >> guillermo:
>> jimmy: nice to meet you, tucker. >> guillermo: nice to meet you, maybe we can play golf sometime. >> jimmy: yes, i would love to. i would love to play-a golf. there have been a number of protests since the inauguration. this is from the university of washington in seattle where some anti-trump demonstrators picked the wrong spot to let their voices be heard. >> who's got the power? we've got the power! what kind of power? equal power! >> hey, hey! hey! this is library clam. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he's not wrong. i'd like to see all protests end like that. one possible candidate for the election in 2020 has already dropped out of the race. facebook ceo mark zuckerberg announced t
he has no plan to run for president. although he is planning to buy the white house and turn it into a play room for his daughter. but mark zuckerberg also recently said he's no longer an it's yist. which is interesting. he changed relationship status with god to "it's complicated." [ laughter ] i would applaud the idea of mark zuckerberg running for office. i think it's high time we had a president with a home perm. [ laughter ] at the vatican today, arnold schwarzenegger, you remember him, provided the world with one of the great photo ops of all-time. arnold met with pope francis. that's real. or as arnold called him, "pump fracas." interesting meeting, because arnold doesn't speak english -- i mean spanish -- never mind. he doesn't speak english. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] hey, here's someone pope francis should look into getnc
touch with. there's a pastor in south africa, his name is pastor november. pastor november is working miracles that defy any kind of reasonable anything. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wow, wow. that's just amazing. maybe we don't need to replace obama care after all. [ laughter ] here's more of pastor november and his magic shoe.
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>> jimmy: hi there, welcome back to the show. martin short, edgar ramirez, and music from lady antebellum is on the way. first in this time of great national uncertainty one thing is for sure, that is that babies are adorable, especially babies with lots of hair. with that said it is time to power up our big
the wall of america, to play big hair baby bingo! [ cheers and applause ] let's bring them up on the screen. now guillermo, if you would be so kind as to bring my bingo operator. i like this look, we could stick with this for a while. >> guillermo: tucker, sir, tucker. >> jimmy: what? tucker, sorry, yes. it's tucker, not talker. >> guillermo: talker! >> jimmy: like tuck your shirt in, not talk your shirt in. >> guillermo: talker. >> jimmy: let's spin the hopper and meet some kids if we could. here we go. our first kid is alex. alex, where's alex? alex from katy, texas. hello. by the way, that's exactly what my hair looked like in junior high school. alex is 10 months old? >> yes. >> jimmy: oh, wow.
>> yep. >> jimmy: okay, i just guessed by the color of the sippy cup. >> great? your husband is a man, yes? i guess, by the beard? >> i think so. >> jimmy: do people remark upon alex's hair everywhere she goes? >> oh, yeah. oh my god, everywhere. people want to touch it. they ask if i put stuff in it. >> jimmy: honestly it looks like a member of reo speedwagon. [ laughter ] >> great. >> jimmy: what's the plan? are you going to leave it? are you going to let it grow loose and free? >> yeah, we kind of -- we have to trim the back because she's got a mullet going back here. [ laughter ] we'll leave it in front because it's curly. >> jimmy: i think we have to blame dad for that hair. she's very cute. yeah, i'd say grow it out. i mean, really. >> right, right. >> jimmy: spectacular head of hair. let's go to the hopper again.
thank you, alex. [ cheers and applause ] let's see, who do we have? braden. braden, where are you? i think this kid is part muppet. hi, braden, how you doing? hi, braden. hello. can you see me? >> yep, i can see you. >> jimmy: is braden's hair, is that styled in that fashion? or does it come out like that? >> kind of depends on the day. some days it lays down, some days it doesn't. >> jimmy: it's going in a lot of different directions at once. >> it is. >> jimmy: it reminds me of culio's hair, i don't know if you remember. wow. was his hair this thick when he came out? >> yeah, actually. they styled it into a fau fauxhawk right after he was
>> jimmy: that's eric hosmer, right? >> yeah, we love our "royals." >> jimmy: there he is. there it is in a fauxhawk. to celebrate the royal in the world series. >> he popped out about nine months after the world series. >> jimmy: oh, boy. >> it's an exciting time here. >> jimmy: yeah, i know. thanks for showing us your hair. all right, thank you, guys. [ cheers and applause ] let's go to the hopper. i'm not sure why we have a hopper put we do. i mean, nobody wins. and i can never work the [ bleep ] hopper. all right. marjorie, where's marijuanary? marjorie. you are on big hair baby bingo! now that's -- that is some head of hair there. i mean, that's very thick hair. marjorie, why is
>> her eyes are running, she's fine. >> jimmy: are other babies jealous of her big luxurious hair? >> yes, lots of people are jealous, not just babies. >> jimmy: i would think so. 3 months old? wow, she's big, isn't she. >> well, her hair is big. >> jimmy: how much did she weigh when she came out, marjorie? >> she was 7-10. >> jimmy: how much of that was hair? >> 90%. >> jimmy: you didn't split it up? she looks like guillermo's son benji. >> guillermo: that's right. >> jimmy: she does for real. thank you, marjorie. i think we have time for one more. let's go to our stupid hopper. camilla. camilla, where are you, camilla? oh, wow, look at camilla. camilla, is that camilla's brother too? >> yes. >> jimmy: what
>> tristain. >> jimmy: tristain, did you have that same kind of hair when you were camilla's age? >> i don't know. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. wow. camilla, you've got quite a head of hair on you. did people notice your hair a lot when you guys are out? >> oh, yeah, people say that she has a wig. >> jimmy: wow. were you drinking rogaine when you were pregnant? both these kids have very good hair. >> thank you. >> jimmy: do people really think she's wearing a wig? >> yeah, we get it a lot. we have a picture where it really does look like a wig on her. >> jimmy: well, it looks like a wig on her right now. all right, thank you to camilla. thank you to all our babies. we have something special for all of you. each of you, for participating tonight, gets a gift card to dry bar. [ laughter ] so go get a blowout on us, all right? get one for tristain too. so next time we're looking for celebrity look-alike babies.
like someone famous, post a current picture on facebook or twitter or instagram, #mybabylookslike -- if your baby does look like that hollywood person, we may put you on the show. thanks again, babies. we have a good show for you tonight. music from lady antebellum, edgar ramirez is here. be right back with martin short! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live!" are brought to you by "divided" on gsn the game show network. united they win, divided, they could lose it all.
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>> jimmy: tonight, from the new matthew mcconaughey movie "gold", edgar ramirez is here. then, they are a they, not a she -- this is their new single. it's called "you look good" music from lady antebellum. tomorrow night, samuel l. jackson will be here, jason momoa will join us, and we'll have music from kehlani. please join us then. our first guest is one of the funniest men alive, it says so right on his license plate you can see him alongside steve martin in "an evening you will forget for the rest of your
life," the tour kicks off february 10 in this sarasota and the 11th in clearwater. please welcome martin short! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: it is wonderful to see you always. >> wow! that enthusiastic applause reminds me of my ring tone. [ laughter ] thank you so much for that fitting ovation, thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: so much effort. thank you for being here. i think the last time i saw you, i hope you don't mind me mentioning this, was at your house. >> it was. >> jimmy: it was a tree trimming party. >> a tree trim. >> jimmy: which is very old school. >> very old school. no one
the tree was empty by the end of the night. >> jimmy: you're right, no one trimmed the tree. >> no one trimmed the tree. >> jimmy: it's a pain in the ass to trim the tree, really. >> well, it is. but it was fun, it was festive. you were just hilarious. >> jimmy: you had a lot of very famous people at your party. >> you were -- yes, i did. >> jimmy: it was like the golden globes, it was crazy. do you mind if i mention some of the people? >> i wish you would. >> jimmy: okay, first of all -- [ laughter ] >> that will let me know who i know. >> jimmy: three-quarters of the cast of sctv. katherine o'hara, jane thomas, eugene levy, diane keaton was there. >> rrr! >> jimmy: larry david. >> larry david, i can do an impersonation of everyone that was there. diane keaton. so god -- i mean, yes. >> jimmy: jj abrahams. >> keep going. >> jimmy: tom hanks was there. >> tom hank was there. some people p
end, not me. >> jimmy: just hank. >> tom and rita. >> jimmy: unbelievable party. >> lovely party. there's no one more exciting to have? my hom in my home than you. every time in your company i'm whelmed. >> jimmy: i like that, whelmed. >> nothing over, just whelmed. i was thinking about you on the uber pool ride over. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: nice people? >> well, yeah. i mean -- talky talky. you know, i like to make extra cash. [ laughter ] but i was thinking about, you know, of all the people that i admire in show business, you're very close to being one of those. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: really? a few more years? >> sean spicer said this is the most-watched show in the history of late night television. >> jimmy: did he say
[ laughter ] no lying there. i went to your party. i went to a party at your home. >> jimmy: that is true, yes. >> and you know -- there were kinds of celebrities there. first of all, having a cash bar is odd. >> jimmy: is that not? do people not do that out here? >> not so much. >> jimmy: oh. >> boy can kfc cater. [ laughter ] that was a beautiful spread. but he has -- my god, you walk in the room, there's octomom. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: she's doing great by the way. she's wonderful, okay. >> blac chyna and rob kardashian are there. [ laughter ] flo from the progressive commercials. >> jimmy: she's a lot of fun. >> the bacon brother, but not kevin. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: hank bacon. >> jim bacon. no, it's very -- i love that we -- we are
people say this a lot in show business but this is true, we are very good friends. >> that is true. and we do have fun. >> any time i have a party jimmy always says, maybe i should bring my pajamas. he is literally the last person to leave. >> jimmy: i like to analyze the party after the party has happened. >> absolutely. then we go to different locations. we go down the front garden. let's analyze from it this end! >> jimmy: sometimes i'll go into your trophy room and take all the trophies out and put them on the tables. >> i had a dinner party in november and there were tables outside. and he left for a bit and came with all my awards and put them around different people's tables. >> jimmy: there were a lot of awards, congratulations on all of those. i took a couple home, you didn't even notice. [ applause ] speaking of awards -- the. >> the only thing i'm missing is my daytime oscar. i wish you'd give that back. >> jimmy: did you get a daytime oscar? have you been nominated for an oscar? >> i haven't, that's outrageous. who cares?
i'm so fed up. you do a film like "captain ron." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> they're going to block the cameras. you couldn't look. if you looked at me on the screen you'd say, boy is he acting! but no one paid attention. it was like -- it was like captain philips if captain philips didn't have a script. [ laughter ] chris guest. >> jimmy: of course, yes. >> genius. when i was making "captain ron" he said to me, so what are you doing now? and i said, i'm doing a film called "captain ron." oh, yes, what's it about? i said, well, i play a man who has two children who inherits a boat. he said, i didn't say spoil it for me. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's pretty good. >> and you are hosting the oscars, how about that. >> jimmy: that is true, thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> unbelievable. >> jimmy: i've been sitting h
get to that. >> i got to it right now. all i kept thinking is how many people must have said no? [ laughter ] but still. >> jimmy: everyone at your party. >> you're going to kill. one thing about hollywood, right now it's in a really great mood. you got the show biz banter down. >> jimmy: i do, yeah, yeah. >> you're going to -- they're going to love you. >> jimmy: i'm going to ask you about this. this is the oscars. you're presenting. >> right. >> jimmy: with carrie fisher. >> the adorable carrie fisher. [ applause ] that was very funny. the premise was that we came up from either side of the stage and we were both in the same dress. >> jimmy: that was a premise? i thought that was an actual accident. [ laughter ] >> no, no, no. >> jimmy: you really sold it. >> finally she gets upset and says leave, and i say all right, but this is what bothers me. you have hundreds of dresses, i have three. [ laughter ]
did you know carrie? >> jimmy: i've had her on the show but i wouldn't say that i know her. >> she is one of the great, funniest girls in the world. >> jimmy: here you are with her, eugene levy -- >> wayne newton, look at that. [ applause ] even then, 1990, paul shaffer looked like a maitre d' on a spaceship. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: why -- how did this come to be? is this las vegas? >> we did this every four years for about 12 years. this is 1990. we would go to vegas. eugene, dave, paul and myself. we'd pretend to be the rat pack. and we would see every show that represented another era. >> jimmy: really? >> we saw -- in two days we saw wayne newton, ann margaret, and light intra minelli. light intra was on fire. she was singing, she left and flew right off. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: are you in touch with
>> light intra, look, she's at the house now. i remember seeing liza. we were in the audience, all excited. they would always introduce us from the audience. >> jimmy: right. >> in each of these shows. we didn't know who was going to end up fourth. bus that's the hip spot. >> jimmy: ah. >> george hamilton was over to the side, i remember, that night. and liza went through paul shaffer and the people from stv. she didn't quite have it. and then she got solemn. she said, there's someone else out there who's helped me through a lot of stuff. a lot of rough stuff. i'd never met liza minelli, by the way. shouldn' she said, not only is he brilliant but i think he's real handsome too. and i thought -- i assumed she was talking about george hamilton. i said, would you call him brilliant? anyway. she said, martin short are. >>
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>> jimmy: we're back with martin short. marty is embarking on -- this is a show that you and steve martin to together. >> yes. >> jimmy: tell the title again. >> it's called "steve martin and martin short, an evening you'll forget for the rest of your life." we had other names, "see them before they're dead," but that seemed -- >> jimmy: it's too soon. >> "you got it in there, now get it out," but it didn't have anything to do with anything. [ laughter ] ha! who is this? >> jimmy: that's tucker. he's with us now. he's a white guy from the valley. >> i can tell. >> jimmy: when you and steve are doing this show and you're both in l.a., do you travel together? fly out together? do you spend time? >> no, no, we get there the night before, i have a hip
dinner, go over the script. jeff babco is there. >> jimmy: our keyboarder. [ cheers and applause ] >> he's not allowed at the dinner. no, no, no. he's with the help, drivers and stuff like that. >> jimmy: people that wrap cable and that sort of thing. >> yes, yes. no, it's amazing being on stage with jeff and steve, they're two of the palest human beings in show business. it's the old blood. >> jimmy: that is true. >> i'll look from steve to jeff and feel i'm being haunted. >> jimmy: steve speaks -- >> he looks like a coloring book. that hasn't been colored yet. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what do you do on the show? are you doing characters? are you doing songs? are you doing all of that? >> we do everything. katherine hera described the show as a children's show for adults. steve comes out, steve does standup, i come out, join him. we do standup together. then we chat. then i d
30 with jeffrey. he does stuff. it's an amazing show. >> jimmy: he plays the banjo? >> he does. >> jimmy: it's so nice of him to do this with you, it really is a wonderful -- [ laughter ] >> it is. >> jimmy: well, it's always a great pleasure to see you. the show is "martin short, steve martin, an evening you'll forget for the rest of your life," kicks off february 10th in sarasota, february 11 in this clearwater, florida. be right back with edgar ramirez! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> jimmy: hi, there. welcome back. still to come, music from lady antebellum. our next guest is a talented man from venezuela who not only can speak in five languages, but can act in five languages too. starting friday you can see him alongside matthew mcconaughey in "gold." please welcome edgar ramirez! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
>> jimmy: first of all, how did you, and why do you, speak five different lang was thats? >> i was privileged enough that my dad was a diplomat. so i traveled a lot. when i was a kid. to different countries. >> jimmy: so you lived there for a while? >> yeah, i lived in austria where i learned german, my second language after spanish. canada, i learned french. >> jimmy: do you dream in spanish? >> i dream in spanish, yes. that's my first language. i also dream in, depending -- for example, here, working here in the u.s. right now, so i dream in english. if i work in france, then -- [ applause ] >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. it's a great way to know that you're learning the language. suddenly you start to dream in the language. then got it, you're in it. it's when you start to really immerse yourself. >> jimmy: i would have guessed you dream in your first language and that's it no matter what
but also, you dream about the things also that happen during the day. so if your life is -- for example, right now i speak english and spanish all the time, you know. a little bit of french. my makeup artist is french. >> jimmy: you really get some use out of this. >> of course, yeah. especially here. everybody speaks english, spanish, french comes in handy -- >> jimmy: if you step on a lego what language would you curse this? >> i think german. >> jimmy: german? it does seem like the best cursing language. >> also when i lived in austria, i was old enough to start cursing without being reprimanded. so i was like 14, 13. and then at the time, talking about the '90s, you know. then i would say [ bleep ]. things like that. >> jimmy: is that a bad word? >> yeah, that's like [ bleep ]. >> jimmy: oh, okay. >> [ bleep ]. you know, it's open and it's very -- it's very powerful. >> jimmy: i wonder if we
that. i guess the audience at home will know. >> [ bleep ]. >> jimmy: i imagine we might have to. okay are so when you are acting in a film like "gold," then when it airs on television in other countries or the movies in other countries and they overdub, put another actor in, do you overdub your own voice for germany, in spanish? >> no. >> jimmy: you don't? >> no, i don't. >> jimmy: you should, why not? >> i should, it's like doing the whole movie again. you did it already. >> jimmy: it's like getting paid again. >> what? >> jimmy: it's like getting paid again is what happens. >> you could, you could. also, you're taking someone else's job. >> jimmy: oh. >> there are actors whose career is devoted to dubbing other people. the thing is that i don't like, i told this to one of your producers, i don't like the way i sound in spain. like my voice in spain -- in america it's fine. whoever it's watching, i like the one in latin america but i
>> jimmy: whoever's doing your voice? >> it's weird, too deep. then add the accent. i sound like that, deep voice. very deep, very weird. i don't like it. >> jimmy: that's interesting. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: most actors don't understand what the actors in other countries are saying. >> yeah, yeah. in french it's find. i like the way that guy there, i don't know -- they pick you and they stay with you forever. >> jimmy: you get one guy? >> you get one guy. one actor. that person's going to be you. >> jimmy: like a guardian angel in a way. >> the one in spain is definitely not. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: matthew mcconaughey was here last night, he was talking about shooting the movie in thailand. all the dangerous animals and whatever. it sounded like a nightmare to me. he was ecstatic that there were cobras around. it sounded terrible to me. >> he got into the cobras. >> jimmy: yeah, he got in a pit with cobras which seems like a bad idea. >> hopefully was trying to keep the cobras away from us. he has a day off, he goes and
gets into a snake pit with the cobras. >> jimmy: you had to have cobra protecto protectors? >> every day on set, shooting "gold" was like playing jumanji. >> jimmy: because of the animals? >> everything. rolling the dice and see what was in store that day. >> jimmy: what animals came out? >> for example, we had one path, then people would say, the snake ranger already cleaned this path -- >> jimmy: the snake rage errang. >> the question every day, do we have the antivenom kit? okay, let's shoot. this is fine this path is fine, we cleaned the snakes already. but you've got the cobras here. here i've got the cobras? yeah. every day like that. bullfrogs or roll the dice. today is a great day, you feel over the moon, here comes the monsoon. >> jimmy: were you in danger? about $you feel it was a dangerous situation? >> yeah, there was a moment. we were shooting
felt that every day. basically like "heart of darkness" without the -- which informed the characters. i'm saying this i loved being there. >> jimmy: it's great. >> i come from venezuela, we have jungles there, they're crazy as well. but this was a totally different level. then i remember wed were shooting in a bungalow, elevated bungalows built on sticks. >> jimmy: over the water? >> over the water because of the monsoons and the river always rises. and then suddenly we listen to this rumbling. weird rumbling. i've never heard anything like it. suddenly we look out and the whole thai crew, they scream. they're screaming, terrified. >> jimmy: great. >> we couldn't know what they were saying, but it felt like run for your life or something like that. it was really -- the rumbling was getting closer. in the end we jumped out of the hut. and it was a landslide. it was like a tree
i've never seen anything like it. like a tree that was rolling -- >> jimmy: you jumped out of the hut? >> we jumped out of the hut. and yeah, and i landed a goat. [ laughter ] landed on a goat. i swear, i swear. i'm not kidding. >> jimmy: is the goat okay? >> no, the goat survived, no goats were harmed in the movie. >> jimmy: i would have rode that goat to the airport and got the hell out of there. >> i saved the goat, thank you very much, you saved my life. >> jimmy: "gold" opens on friday. edgar ramirez. we'll be right back with lady antebell antebellum! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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