Once again, Jimmy Kimmel rounded up an assorted cast of NBA players to read mean things about themselves. Highlights include Draymond Green, Zach Randolph, and Steph Curry, who unintentionally made fun of his coach Steve Kerr.
When Jimmy Kimmel isn't being a quasi-comedian whose life mission is to think up ways of lying to as many people as possible simultaneously in his quest for easily YouTubeable viral sensations that he can then sell ads against so as to turn a larger personal profit, the dude makes sense. The above clip, in which…
Rob Gronkowski made the expected visit to Jimmy Kimmel's television program tonight, and after admitting that he "hadn't read a book since the ninth grade" (claiming it was, uh, A Mockingbird To Remember), the Super Bowl champion tight end read a bit from the erotica novel written about him.
Last night was the Super Bowl, I guess. I heard something about a shark and stopped asking questions. But then today I was reading some celebrity gossip blogs and one of my favorite bloggers noted that Ben Affleck and Matt Damon spent the Super Bowl together... at Jimmy Kimmel's house? With... Grantland editor Bill…
Here's the obligatory Disney conglomerate mean-tweet-reading reacharound. There's a good SVP joke in there, but as always, what you're looking for here is the moron who can't even ham up a tweet correctly (it's Jesse Palmer, who sucks).
Itinerant viral-video elf Bill Murray appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night and talked about making pizzas at Little Caesars earlier in life, "back when Little Caesars was really great." (So, like, presumably before they attempted to turn "our pizzas are old!" into a marketing angle.) He worked there with…
Jimmy Kimmel got some NFL players and personalities together to film yet another edition of famous people reading mean tweets about themselves. This one is worth it simply for the way Dez Bryant delivers "baby back bitch."
Do you want to see Clayton Kershaw hit Jimmy Kimmel in his face with a baseball? You're in luck! It's not an actual baseball, and Kershaw isn't exactly laying it in there, because that would all be too gruesome for late night TV. But the sound, and the sight of Kimmel getting it right in the face, are still satisfying.
We have a brand new batch of NBA players reading mean tweets about themselves, and if you laughed at this the first time, you'll laugh now.
Spring is in the air! But hybrid parrot-pigeons like those featured on Gothamist this week are not. Neither are these horrible bikinis, or a machine that turns water into wine. What is in the air—and on the internet—is bullshit.
Rob Ford appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! tonight, filling three segments in which the crack-smoking Toronto mayor covered such topics as his alleged homophobia, his bizarre and profane caught-on-video rants, and whether or not he needs professional help for alcoholism.
Reddit user shreaderman posted this photo of Jarron Collins, brother of Jason Collins, who came out last month. Being identical twins, he now gets mistaken for his more famous brother, which can be a hassle when trying to get through airport security, or when he just wants to go out without getting hit on. (Jarron is…
Twenty years ago The Ring magazine asked the question, after Mike Tyson's rape conviction, "What If Mike Tyson Had Never Gone To Jail?" The cover story posed a counterfactual in which Tyson did not receive a guilty verdict on his 1991 indictment for rape, confinement and criminal deviant conduct.
Speaking of MNF ... We can't say our mouths were necessarily watering over a potential Jimmy Kimmel-Joe Theismann feud, but breathe easy, America: Theismann's not mad about Kimmel's crack about him on "Monday Night Football."
After his appearance on "Monday Night Football" earlier this week, Jimmy Kimmel has been banned from the program. This is supposed to be a punishment?
We still haven't watched the ESPYs from Sunday night, because, we dunno, it's the summer, and sometimes we like to pretend that the sun actually exists and will welcome us. From most accounts, though, the show was as tolerable as one could have hoped. We have no major issue with Jimmy Kimmel — not anymore, anyway —…