Making an ass of the general public is one of Jimmy Kimmel's greatest ongoing schticks. Sure, Hollywood Boulevard doesn't harbour the finest sample of society's brain capacity, but watching people pretend to know things on camera is always good for...
There’s a little something called the Super Bowl happening this weekend. And only if you’ve been stuck under a rock could you not not have heard of the recent controversy surrounding the New England Patriots and the biggest shrinkage debate since Seinfeld. Well, thankfully we can now put all of that to rest
First thing’s first: We’re not here to sway your vote or to influence you one way or another. We don’t have an angle or an agenda. But when the mayor of Toronto steps onto the international (celebrity) stage and produces such a monumental fail, it’s pretty hard to pretend that all is well
In case you missed it, there was quite the high school fight between Kanye West and Jimmy Kimmel recently following an admittedly not-so-funny sketch the late-night talk show host aired imitating a very raw, somewhat odd interview the rapper gave on BBC Radio 1 a short while before. So when Kimmel invited Kanye onto his show last night, sparks were bound to fly