To celebrate Father’s Day, Jimmy Kimmel set a new Youtube challenge for his viewers: to sneak up and scream ‘Hop on Pop!’ as they leap onto their sleeping dads.
NBA edition of Jimmy Kimmel‘s ‘ Mean Tweets’ series is just as funny as the celebrity one. The part 2 of NBA players reading mean tweets about themselves features: Amar’e Stoudemire, Jalen Rose, Paul George, Dwight Howard, Jeremy Lin, DeAndre Jordan, Michael Carter-Williams, Chris Paul, Kris Humphries, Nate Robinson, Stephen Curry, DeMarcus Cousins and Dikembe Mutombo.
Part 7 of Jimmy Kimmel‘s ‘Celebrities Read Mean Tweets’ series features Julia Roberts, Don Cheadle, Ashton Kutcher, Courtney Cox, Andy Garcia, Mindy Kaling, David Blaine, Don Rickles, Ethan Hawke, Matthew McConaughey, June Squibb, Jeremy Piven, Kit Harrington, Emma Stone, Gary Oldman and Sophia Vergara.
Since many of this year’s Oscar nominated films were adapted from books, Jimmy Kimmel thought he’d bring the movie business into the 21st century and get Hollywood actors to adapt viral videos into big-budget movies. Among the Youtube classics that got their movie adaptions are: ‘David After Dentist‘, ‘Double Rainbow‘,’Charlie Bit My Finger‘, ‘Keyboard Cat‘ and ‘Sweet Brown – Ain’t Nobody Got Time for That‘. Watch them all below
Jimmy Kimmel‘s ‘Celebrities Read Mean Tweets’ series gets its sixth installment with George Clooney, Jon Hamm, Jennifer Garner, John Goodman, Bob Balaban, Sarah Silverman, Tom Hanks, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Benedict Cumberbatch, Rob Lowe, Cate Blanchett, Tim Robbins, Bill Murray and Matt Damon.
On Jimmy Kimmel’s latest edition of ‘Lie Witness News’, his crew caught people claiming to have seen a bunch of made-up things about the past Super Bowl. Like the racist Cheerios ad and the FIFTH quarter! You gotta see it to believe it:
Jimmy Kimmel‘s pick for the ’2013 Clip of the Year’ award may surprise you, but what happens during the winner’s acceptance speech really shouldn’t. I’ll just say that you can watch the original winning clip here.
Jimmy Kimmel uses a fake lie detector on two adorable brothers, Fletcher and Sammy, in the latest edition of his Lie Detective series:
Benedict Cumberbatch gave a dramatic reading of R. Kelly’s song Genius on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Wednesday night. Watch the award-winning actor read the actual lyrics of that song: ‘when we wake up, I’m going to hit that thing again, I promise.’
Watch the fifth installment of Jimmy Kimmel‘s ‘Celebrities Read Mean Tweets’ series – because that stuff is still funny: