Jimmy Kimmel Debuts 'Handsome Men's Club' Skit


Jimmy Kimmel Debuts 'Handsome Men's Club' Skit
Matthew McConaughey gives a motion to exclude Jimmy Kimmel from the club, supported by Patrick Dempsey, Josh Hartnett, Giles Marini and more.


On his show after the airing of 82nd Annual Academy Awards, Jimmy Kimmel debuts his latest skit that will follow the legendary "I'm F**king Ben Affleck" and "I'm F**king Matt Damon". Titled "Handsome Men's Club", the new skit presents Jimmy as the president of a club full of good looking celebrities.

During the club's meeting, the men discuss whether the "Twilight" stars such as Taylor Lautner, Robert Pattinson and Kellan Lutz should be allowed to join the club. Jimmy overrules the decision by saying that the young actors are only "cute" but not "handsome".

Matthew McConaughey then questions Jimmy's eligibility in the club, suggesting that they should choose a new leader. Sting drops the bomb, "You're fat," but Jimmy defends himself, "I have one of the best bodies here." The other members agree and take votes on whether Jimmy is handsome enough.

Stars spotted on the skit were Lenny Kravitz, Rob Lowe, Patrick Dempsey, John Krasinski, Gilles Marini and Josh Hartnett.



© AceShowbiz.com


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