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"jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- jeff bridges, bad chad from "the bachelorette," our father's day youtube challenge, and music from garbage, with cleto and the cletones. and now, here's jimmy kimmel! ♪ . [ applause ] >> jimmy: hi, everyone. welcome to the show. thank for coming. it's a pleasure to have you here.
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if i may, a quick audience poll before we get going. how many of you are here mostly for the air-conditioning? >>. [ applause ] >> jimmy: it hurts, but i understand. we are in the midst of a hell-like heat wave on the west coast. i know hollywood boulevard was 103 degrees today. inside sponge bob's costume, 203 degrees. the temperature hit 112 in beverly hills yesterday. that's dangerous. many residents of beverly hills are made of materials that melt at temperatures like that. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it isn't a laughing matter. experts say the best thing you can do in heat like this is take a screen shot of the weather app and post it to facebook. that way if you die, you go out with some likes. how many of you watched the
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basketball game last night? it was the most watched nba ever for abc, the highest rated finals since 199 8 j since michael jordan's last game. the golden state warriors seemed to be invincible during the regular season. before the season started, an evil wizard cast a spell on lebron that moved his hairline back. the only way to get it back was to win the championship for the city of cleveland. and he did it, thank goodness. [ applause ] >> jimmy: i would have hated to have been steph curry's mouth guard last night. this is the first title for cleveland since 19 64. congratulations to them. lebron was named nba mvp.
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i feel like they should hand him around. it's an exciting time for cleveland. fans were overjoyed. hopefully they'll keep it going until september when they're forced to remember that their football team is the browns. [ applause ] >> jimmy: this is not just sports wise, this is a big summer for cleveland. next month the republican convention comes to town headlined by donald trump, and there was some big news out of the trump campaign today. this afternoon he fired his campaign manager which came as a big surprise, especially to the campaign manager who did not know it was coming. it took place at a staff meeting this morning. apparently trump asked meat loaf who would you fire, and meat loaf said that guy, and that was it. he was out. [ applause ] >> jimmy: things do not seem to be going well lately for the trump campaign. this weekend they sent out what they called an emergency fund
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raising e-mail claiming they needed to raise $100,000 quickly. i was wondering when they would finally get to the nigerian prince in desperate need of your help campaign. they're there. i'm not sure of the toll this is taking on donald trump. he seems to chug away. he seems to be slowing down, especially when you take video of him over the weekend like this and actually slow it down. [ slow motion music ] >> one thing about bernie, he doesn't give up. this guy doesn't give up. right? crazy bernie. he doesn't give up. yeah. [ laughter ] >> crazy bernie. he's crazy as a bedbug, but, you
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know, he doesn't quit. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: sounded like he was out all night partying with the cavaliers. tonight on abc, a new episode of the bachelorette. jo jo whittled it down to eight men. a canadian gentleman got the boot tonight. >> the chances of her falling for me, i got a better chance of getting struck by lightening while, you know, shaving my face. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm not sure, but i think we just witnessed our first live stroke on the bachelorette. the big star of the season this far is a now departed contestant named chad. aka, named bad chad. unfortunately they were eliminated in different ways, but chad was not popular with
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the other guys. he's aggressive and confrontation confrontational. we put something together so you can get to know him. >> you want to go outside? >> you want to go outside? >> let's go. >> get up, then. >> come outside then. >> that's all you got, dude. >> one day this ends, and when this ends you go home, and when you go home, you think i can't find you? you think i won't go out my way to get to your house? >> you think i'm scared of you? >> i think you should be. >> [ bleep ] you for real. >> keep that up, you're going to lose your key. >> i'm sorry that you think this is intimidating that you're gripping my hand hard. >> this is a grand finale. >> whoa. whoa. >> you're going to [ bleep ] die if you don't chill out. don't you freakin' touch me. >> jimmy: i think we just found donald trump's new campaign manager. i have a lot of questions for
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this guy, and a bit later he will join us on the wall of america to tell all. hopefully he won't punch a hole in it. i have my own bachelor franchise featuring children. tonight i'm pleased to present episode two of the most shocking and adorable reality show on television. this is the baby bachelorette. >> previously on the baby. lorette. bianca met the gentlemen. some were perfect gentleman and others were drunk. now her journey continues with 11 bachelors to choose from, she prepares to break hearts. beginning with an elimination date. >> i'm excited to get to know these guys a little better at my tea party today. it's going to be hard to say
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good-bye to one of them. >> hello. >> i hope you -- she likes captain america. i love captain america so much. >> he only talked about captain america. >> yes. >> i think dylan likes captain america more than me. >> captain america. i like captain america. i'm crushing it. >> will you accept this unicorn? >>y. >> sorry, dylan. >> it's okay. i'm captain america. [ applause ] ♪ >> oh, no, dylan. >> i'm not surprised. >> and the drama continues with the arrival of the one on one date card. >> alex.
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>> suckers. >> i like a man who can cook. i hope alex brings the heat into the kitchen. >> hey, gorgeous. >> i like your hat. >> thanks. >> let's get cooking. >> would you like to cook? >> mostly goldfish. let's eat. >> you're crazy. >> she's falling for me. i can tell. >> after a whirlwind day, i sat down with bianca for an intimate heart to heart. >> you've had a chance to meet all the guys. how are you feeling right now? >> i'm hopeful. i think my husband is here. >> what are you looking for in a husband? what qualities? >> my daddy. >> you're looking for somebody like your daddy or your actual
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daddy? >> like my dad. >> like your daddy. what's your daddy like? >> he has a mustache. >> it's going to be a while, probably, before any of these guys grow a mustache. testosterone has to quick in, right? yeah? ♪ >> gentleman, there are eight of you. and only four unicorns. good luck. >> alex. will you accept this unicorn? >> yes. thanks, babe.
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>> manny. will you accept this unicorn? >> yes. >> arthur, will you accept this unicorn? >> with all my heart. >> guys? bianca, this is the final unicorn. bianca, when you're ready. i'm getting out of here, because this is very uncomfortable. [ laughter ] ♪
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>> dean. dean, will you accept this unicorn? >> yes. ♪ >> gentlemen, i'm sorry if you did not receive a unicorn. it's time to go to your rooms. and just when bianca was ready to continue her journey toward lover, isley rocks her world. >> can i talk to you? >> is everything okay? ♪ [ applause ] >> jimmy: we have to take a break. when we come back, kids throwing things at their dads. the must-see results of our father's day youtube challenge. it's a very good one. stick around.
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>> jimmy: tonight on the show we have music from garbage, from "the bachelorette" bad chad will . this year we asked you to play catch with your dad for father's day when he wasn't expecting it. say dad, catch, and throw something. we got great responses, hundreds, maybe thousands. we narrowed them down to the best. here's our youtube challenge for 2016. hey, jimmy kimmel, i played catch with my dad.
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>> daddy, catch. >> hey, catch. [ laughter ] >> dad, catch. [ laughter ] >> dad, catch. >> ouch. >> catch, dad. [ laughter ] >> why? >> catch, dad. >> dad, oh, [ bleep ]. >> right in the nose with that you idiot. [ laughter ] >> happy father's day. [ laughter ] >> let's play a little catch. >> get out of here. it's dog pop. >> dad, you want to play catch? >> open. >> what the [ bleep ] is wrong with you? [ bleep ] [ bleep ] [ bleep ] [
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bleep ]. >> say hi to jimmy. >> jimmy who? what the [ bleep ]? >> hey, dad, catch. >> here's your change. >> here, dad, catch. [ laughter ] >> [ bleep ]. >> dad, catch. >> jimmy kimmel. >> jimmy told us to do it. >> happy father's day, everybody. >> happy father's day to you. >> dad, catch. >> hey, catch. [ laughter ] >> dad, catch. >> damnit, kennedy. this is sugar.
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>> hey, dad, can you hold these for a second? >> what? why are you throwing that at me? [ banging ] ? >> catch. >> come on. is that pop? why? what is wrong with you? quit it. >> dad, catch. [ bleep ]. >> are you [ bleep ] kidding me right now, man? [ bleep ] you. >> daddy, catch. >> thank you. >> catch. >> oh. >> dad. >> oh. [ laughter ] >> catch. >> ouch. what is wrong with you? >> hey, dad, catch.
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>> hey, how -- that's pretty damn good, isn't it? thank you. it's just what i needed. >> catch. >> dad, catch. dad, catch. dad, catch. >> knock it off. what's wrong with you? >> jimmy kimmel. why aren't you catching? >> dad? >> you're stoned. you stink like week. >> catch. >> damnit. >> jimmy kimmel said to do it. >> happy father's day. catch. >> what do you have to say to jimmy kimmel, dad? >> hey, mike. [ laughter ] [ bleep ] you jimmy kimmel, [
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bleep ] you. >> sorry, guys. they're kids. >> hey, dad, catch. >> what the -- >> jimmy: all right. go to your room. i don't want that. thanks. that's my stupid son. >> jimmy: tonight on the show we have music from garbage, from "the bachelorette" bad chad will join us, and we'll be right back with jeff bridges. >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by "odd mom out." watch new episodes every monday and catch up on-demand now only by bravo. jamie wanted a taste of the real new orleans
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>> jimmy: tonight - one of the most controversial "bachelorette" contestants in the history of america, chad, aka bad chad, aka chad the aggro-muscle monster, will chat with us or more specifically me. i need to figure out what is going on with that guy. and then, this is their new album -- it's called "strange little birds." garbage from the samsung outdoor stage. tomorrow, live schrieber will be
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here, carla gugino will join us, and we'll have music from the head and the heart. and later this week, bill hader, kevin nealon, maria bamford, dj khaled, and music from dnce and alunageorge. >> jimmy: our first guest is one of the greatest actor/philosophers this country boasts. you know him from many excellent performances, his latest is in the new movie "hell or high water." it opens august 12th, please say hello to jeff bridges. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> it's very good to see you. you look very handsome. >> thank you. >> very dapper. did you have a good father's day? did your kids do anything terrible to you? >> it's always good to be recognized by your kids. i have three lovely daughters.
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they all gave me the gifts and i got to hang out with my youngest one. >> jimmy: nice. my son threw a turkey at my head. >> that reminded me of one of my favorite father's days with my dad and my brother-in-law, jim. >> jimmy: your dad, the late, great actor lloyd bridges. >> yeah. many years ago. he's no longer with us, but this memory remains in my brain pan. jim, my brother-in-law, he thought he'd pull a fast one on my dad, and he and his wife just, my sister just had a newborn baby, and my daughter, isabelle had a realistic looking dolls. he decided he'd play a trick and say look at your granddaughter, and he would -- wouldn't let him get it into my father's lands.
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he was kind of winking at me. i thought that's kind of a cruel thing to do to my dad. so he did it. he dropped the baby, and as my dad is going oh, like this, i go down and i say heart attack, dad. and my father, you know, caught that. from an acting family, he took that direction and he collapsed on the floor. [ applause ] >> he just about had a bowl movement right there. >> jimmy: the old reverse. how old were you when you started working with your dad, acting with him? >> a kid. unlike a lot of show business parents, he wanted all his kids to go into show biz. well, the first time was six months old. >> jimmy: wow. >> i happened to be visiting a set. he took me on the set to visit some friend who was directing,
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and james kromwell. take my baby. you see a chubby kid -- >> jimmy: he'd probably pull you out of school? >> yeah. that was the lure. he'd say you have to get out of school. come on. >> jimmy: your brother, beau, too, i would imagine. >> beau too, the same thing. >> jimmy: and you both started doing movies on your own and getting oscar nominations, was that, for him, that must have been pleased him beyond words, i would think? >> yeah, and he kind of busted my chops. >> jimmy: in what way? >> we come from kind of a teething family, as i told you the baby story. my father, i think it was the first time i was nominated. maybe the second, i guess. and he comes up to me and he says, look, jeff, i have an opportunity here that you could maybe really help me out. i said what. he says, well, are you aware of the gremlin cars? and i said yes. i was told, jeff, that if you
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will go to the academy awards, the family will go in the gremlin, that they will actually give me a gremlin car. can you help me out? [ laughter ] >> and i'm kind of nervous and anxious, finally i say okay, i'm going to do this. but i get to video, i'm going to video the whole thing. i brought my video camera. it's my brother and my sister, and we're in the backseats, you know, and my mother, she's shoved in the front. and she knows. she can tell by my attitude that i'm going to pull something crazy. and we just had a wonderful time. it was like a bunch of clowns getting out of the little car. i'm videoing the whole thing, and army archer is -- i'm videoing it. >> jimmy: did he get the keep the gremlin? >> i don't think he did. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: really? >> no. i think the next thing he pulled it on some electric car or something. i think he was just busting my
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chops. >> jimmy: wow. that's a funny thing to do. you seem like such a relaxed guy. do you ever get upset or agitated? do you flip out onset or anything like that? >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: you do? >> i think of one time that i totally flipped out. >> jimmy: when was it? >> it was on "crazy heart". in that movie i was a country singer. the original script, i was supposed to be an incredible guitarist. they backed off on that on the final product. i had my dear friend who was an incredible guitarist. he helped me all through the movie. i had an idea and i executed it with an iphone, and it worked seamlessly, and i got -- i got to show you this thing. >> jimmy: yeah. should i take off my clothes? [ laughter ] >> stand up. remember when you put your hands
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behind your back and i go like this. >> jimmy: okay. >> so i tell my buddy to do that, and the camera just avoids that tough part and goes on his hands and comes up to my face and then goes to the other hand. he's just whaling like this. you know? and then they go up to my face, and he, you know, steps out and i learn one kind of cool lick, and the camera pulls back, and it's seamless. you just soaw it. >> jimmy: yeah. [ applause ] >> it was a low budget movie. and they get to that scene, they say ever, we're not going to be able to do it. i said what are you talking about? they said we're not kidding, and i blew it. i locked my -- swear, dropped f-bombs, locked myself in the trailer. you know, and i'm looking at myself in the mirror and i start to laugh. what are you doing? >> jimmy: that sounds about right. >> then i come and apologize.
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>> jimmy: this one, i don't know if you had anybody behind you working your hands. this one is great. we'll show a clip from that. jeff bridges is here. we'll be right back. ♪ ♪ whatcha gonna do when you get outta here? ♪ ♪ i'm gonna have some fun! ♪ ♪ what do you consider fun? ♪ fun, natural fun. ♪ yeah, we rocking right now. ♪ ♪ it's a party over here. ♪ hey! ♪ i'm in heaven! ♪ ♪ owww. kennetthis afternoon closinfor auditions? what's on that piece of paper? oh, miss maroney, your forehead! should not be doing anything. i just had botox. i know exactly what's happening! ah! whoa! this is a bad streaming experience. "the girlie show" is a real fun lady show. (vo) don't let bad streaming ruin a good show.
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>> this is what they call wild man's intuition. >> sometimes a blind pig finds a truffle. [ sirens ] >> move. >> my word. all right. we're going to need our s.w.a.t. unit up here. >> jimmy: jeff bridges! "hell or high water" opens in theaters august 12th. that's a good movie. it's an exciting movie. >> yeah. did you see sacaria. he knows how to write.
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>> jimmy: it's a thriller and exciting but also funny. who is your co-star? >> gill birmingham. what a cast. >> jimmy: you and gill drive around in the car, and you kind of make fun -- mostly you make fun of him. he's mexican american and native american as well, and you guys -- now, was that all scripted? >> all that was pretty much scripted. our director, encouraged a lot of improvization. we had fun. but what you saw pretty much tailored words. i come from a family, as i pointed out the story that we're into teasing, and sometimes teasing can be quite cruel. >> jimmy: yeah. some people don't know what to make of it. they come from nice families. i can't relate to that. my mother, and she hates when i
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tell this story, would lay on the ground and pretend to be dead until we cried. [ laughter ] >> that's a good one, and unfortunately for her, years later i wound up with a television show, and i tell the story once every six weeks. when you're at home watching tv, presuming that you even do, do you ever happen upon one of your movies and stop and watch it? >> i'm a -- i click the -- i just -- like this. >> jimmy: you watch a little bit? >> i'll come across -- mostly not. i'll come across a movie, watch a couple of scenes, but when i come across labowski, i can't stop. >> jimmy: there's something about that movie. you've been in a lot of great movies. there's something about that movie, you can watch it over and over. >> you keep discovering new things. they make it look so easy. >> jimmy: it's great to see you. this is a real good one.
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>> jimmy: welcome back, friends. music from garbage is still to come but right now we have something exclusive and exciting, especially for those of you who love "the bachelorette." out of all the guys this year one stood head and giant shoulders above the rest. and that man's name is chad. his behavior earned the nickname "bad chad." chad went home for good tonight. presumably. which means chad is now free to chat about his amazing journey. and it was amazing with that said, joining us now on our big cisco screen, the wall of america, please say hello to chad johnson. >> what's your dog's name? i see a dog in the background? >> that's my dog, pumpkin. >> jimmy: does he have any idea you're on conversation right now? >> i'm not sure if she knows the -- that i've put out there, but i'm pretty sure she's probably cool wit. >> jimmy: have you been watching this show, first of all? >> i actually didn't watch any of the episodes until about a
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week ago, and then i started to kind of realize when i watched the last one, like, oh, that's why people are saying the things online that they're saying. that makes a little sense now. >> jimmy: so did you not remember the stuff that happened? [ laughter ] >> yeah. i don't know. i mean, when you're in the moment, you say things, you do things, and my thing is like sometimes i'll say things in order to get the result that i want. and it's not always the best thing, but -- >> jimmy: uh-huh. are you as hatable in real life as you appear to be on the show? >> i mean, i don't think so. i have pretty good interactions with people generally. >> jimmy: okay. and you're not seen tonight's episode yet? >> no, i have haven't seen it yet. >> jimmy: okay. i want to get your thoughts on a clip. this is right after jo jo sent you home. here we go. ♪ [ cheering ] >> it's been a long time coming.
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the house is ecstatic that chad is gone. i think he's going to be america's hero. >> jimmy: i mean, chad, does that -- what do you make of that? does that hurt your feelings? does it surprise you? >> um, i mean, honestly, i kind of expected it. i mean, it was pretty hilarious. i get it. they took me out. good job. you sabotaged me, bro. >> jimmy: after you left, there was that celebration, and one of the people that wasn't in the celebration was daniel who was your friend on the show. are you now continuing to be friends with daniel? >> yeah. we message every day. i mean, we talk, sometimes his messages make sense. sometimes they don't. either way, it's hilarious and gret great to talk to him. >> jimmy: so you did find love in a way, friendship. >> i guess. >> jimmy: aaron roger's brother
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is on the show. >> great guy. really great guy. love him. >> jimmy: you said after the show was over you were going to go over and beat him up or something. is that still the plan? will you be traveling? >> look, i mean, it's not like i would do that. obviously i have people that do those type of things. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so you have a team of assassins at your disposal. that was just trash talk, i guess? >> no. at that point i was just joking with him and trying to get him to be quiet. you don't know what to say. there was a point where i couldn't even sleep in the next room they were talking about me so much, and so i was literally like how crazy do i have to go until they think i'm insane and they'll leave me alone. >> jimmy: so you pretended to be a despicable jerk so that everyone would think you were a despicable jerk, and now everyone thinks you're a despicable jerk?
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>> i'm pretty good at it. >> jimmy: that's a bad plan, chad. has this helped your -- i know you're a realtor. you sale real estate. has this been good for your business? >> surprisingly, i've got an lot of business off this. >> jimmy: that's good, i guess. >> hey, i'll tell you this. you don't want to be on the other side of a negotiation table with me. >> jimmy: i wouldn't even want to be in the house with you, to be honest. [ applause ] >> jimmy: are you worried you'll have trouble dating as a result of people seeing you on the show? >> no. i mean, at the end of the day it is a show. i mean, things are amplified. we try to be ourselves and who we are, but at the same time whoever you are is amplified up about a million times. >> jimmy: today you posted something on ina gram i want to ask you about. it's a photograph of you kissing the ex-girlfriend of robbie, one of the guys in the house.
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how did this happen? and why did this happen? >> you know, i mean, we were traveling and we happened to see each other, and things went from there. >> jimmy: was it a real thing or was it like, oh it would be funny to put this on instagram? >> it started off as we were friends making jokes about it, but, i mean, we -- i don't know. i don't want to make any judgments or say where it's going to go. >> jimmy: again, you may have found love as a result of this show. it's possible that in a round about way you did. you are -- are you hoping to be the bachelor? is that something that you would like? >> i mean, obviously i am still single. i am still looking for love. i think being the bachelor would be amazing to have a choice from absolutely beautiful women, but i don't know. i feel like at this point i was possibly portrayed as a little too crazy to be that person. >> jimmy: so you don't think -- you are going to be in bachelor
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in paradise. and then potentially bachelor in prison if you go visit the other one's house. [ cheers and applause ] >> that can be a new segment. >> jimmy: i'm sorry you didn't get along with the guys in the house. i hope this turns out to be a positive thing for you in your life. maybe you'll look at it and reflect and go, pumpkin, maybe the two of us need to get along with people better. either way, i hope it works out for you. >> i got my girl here. >> jimmy: thank you for taking time out of your workout schedule to be here with us. that's chad johnson, everybody. >> nice talking to you. >> jimmy: look for him on bachelor in paradise. we'll be right back with music from garbage.
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>> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by samsung. >> jimmy: i'd like to thank jeff bridges, bad chad and apologize to matt damon we ran out of time. "nightline" is next but first, their album is called "strange little birds," here with the song "empty," garbage!
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ i've been feeling so frustrated i'll never be as great as i want to be ♪ ♪ everyone that i run into the ones you always seem so into what's wrong with me they all seem to know ♪ ♪ exactly what it is they want they pass me they smile as they go ♪ ♪ so i work at staying patient good things come to those that wait or so they say ♪
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♪ i am so empty you're all i'm thinking about about oh oh about about oh oh oh ♪ ♪ about about oh oh oh about about ♪ ♪ i get tired of trying ideas die on the vine and i feel like a fake i lie awake ♪ ♪ believing that somehow i keep failing i rail and i ache at the monsters ♪ ♪ and the demons i have wrestled with for eons and i want to destroy ♪ ♪
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♪ i am so empty you're all i talk about oh oh 'bout you're all i talk about ♪ ♪ every day ever hour of the night you're all i think about every day every hour ♪ ♪ of the night you're all i dream about every day every hour of the night ♪ ♪ you're all i think about you're all i think about
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i am so empty i am so empty ♪ ♪ i am so empty you're all i think about ♪ ♪ ♪ about about about oh oh about i'm so empty ♪
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