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Chris Hemsworth is pitted against Liam in one faux movie trailer, Kevin Spacey is a Keyboard Cat in another, while Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Catherine Zeta-Jones star in a 3D musical hallucination.
Sharing the baby news in an episode of 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show', Kimmel says, 'I'm going to be one of those old dads.'
The 'Bourne Identity' star sends a photo of his bare behind via fax after Affleck and Kimmel playfully poked fun at him for not having a Twitter account.
Nearing his final episode on 'Tonight Show', Leno also gets a goodbye present from fellow comedian Craig Ferguson that will keep him 'busy' if he gets 'bored.'
On 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!', elementary school kids reenact the very first Thanksgivukkah, a rare occasion in which Thanksgiving falls during the eight-day Jewish Festival of Lights.
The comedienne brings a box containing of Kimmel's old belongings like socks and a toothbrush when she stops by 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!'.
Even after a couple of apologies from Kimmel and ABC, the Foreign Ministry of China would like to hear it once again.
The 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' host shows in 'Thor Actually' what it would be like if the Marvel superhero film focuses more on the romance rather than on the action.
'Oh, good job,' a little boys says in response to his father's revelation while his older is sobbing when told that all their Halloween candies are gone.
The 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' host steps out to speak to the crowd holding signs 'Fire Jimmy Kimmel' in front of the show's studio following his joke about killing Chinese people.
Kimmel confirms the 'Black Skinhead' rapper will appear on his talk show Wednesday night and 'neither of us is leaving until this government shutdown gets solved.'
The 'Black Skinhead' rapper deletes the Twitter messages he posted last week in an angry rant against the talk show host.
The also usually hot-tempered hip-hop/R'n'B star turns the cooler head, telling Yeezy that 's**t ain't cool!'
West is angry after Kimmel made a parody sketch of the rapper's interview with BBC Radio 1, telling the late-night talk show host, 'I don't take it as a joke.'
The comedian reveals on his late-night show that he made the fake YouTube video with stuntwoman Daphne Avalon about two months ago.