Jimmy Kimmel kept up his tradition of pranking the kiddos as he unveiled the best from his annual “I told my kids I ate all their Halloween candy” YouTube challenge. Watch while sweet dreams get churned into horrible nightmare as innocent children get tricked for our treat, including Jimmy’s own adorable 2-year-old daughter!
Mean Tweets are back in this hilarious music edition featuring Megan Trainor, Drake, The Killers, Ed Sheeran, One Direction, Rita Ora, and more! Check it out!
On last night’s Jimmy Kimmel Live, a very special guest showed up to read mean tweets– President Barack Obama. Check out the video of Obama reading some hateful yet hilarious things tweeters have said about him.
Jimmy Kimmel, along with a whole bunch of music stars, brought another round of the always entertaining “Mean Tweets” for Grammy week last night. The celebs reading the vitriol for the latest installment include Britney Spears, Katy Perry, Wiz Khalifa, Drake, Lady GaGa, Ariana Grande, Jason Aldean, Iggy Azalea, Josh Groban, Sam Smith, Jessie J, Blake Shelton and Ed Sheeran.
Jimmy Kimmel, with the assist of some tricking on your treats parents, has once again struck terror in the hearts of children across the globe with his “I Told My Kids I Ate All Their Halloween Candy” YouTube challenge. Enjoy the tantrum-filled madness!
Mila Kunis is due in September, which means she’s had to endure several months of “Oh, we’re pregnant, too” rejoinders to her own announcement. So, when Jimmy Kimmel told her that he, too, is pregnant, she had to take a stand.
Jimmy Kimmel featured another round of his hilarious series featuring celebs reading mean tweets about themselves – with this one including noted stars Tom Hanks and George Clooney among many others. We took the time to follow up on the tweet haters to get their responses to being on national TV – sort of!
ABC has officially apologized for a skit aired last week on Jimmy Kimmel Live! following complaints from several organizations. The bit was called “Kids Table” and it featured Kimmel hosting a round table discussion with kids to mock the childish behavior of politicians during the government shutdown. During the segment, one of the kids made an unscripted comment that ignited outrage after being asked about the debt America owes China. Read the network’s apology and see the skit ABC has vowed to remove from any future airings (and the internet) and decide for yourself if the show went too far.