YouTube’s biggest star was on the Late Show last night—and the segment was actually pretty good.
Despite your deliberately ham-fisted GameStop commercial starring the ever-charming Guillermo, I will not preorder The Taken King, because preordering is bad. And also I already preordered it on PSN.
The last time Jimmy Kimmel commented on the YouTube Gaming controversy, he said that he’d give Let’s Plays a chance. And so it was that tonight, some of the biggest YouTubers around joined Kimmel in a segment about watching other people play video games.
After Jimmy Kimmel’s YouTube jab backfired on Friday, the clip’s YouTube page and Kimmel’s Twitter were hit hard with criticism, anger, and insults. Tonight, the late-night host took a moment to address these comments. He might have made things worse!
Earlier this week, television host Jimmy Kimmel aired a skit that made fun of YouTube’s big new gaming-centric service. This clip then got uploaded to YouTube...and the results are not pretty.
Gotham City would be screwed if Donald Trump wore the Dark Knight’s cape and cowl.
Who would have thought that pulling key dialogue from the first season of HBO's True Detective (which ended last night) and matching it up with Looney Tunes, the results would be pretty neat.
Classic YouTube clips, turned into big-budget Hollywood movies? There comes a time when it'll be sober fact. Until then, here's Jimmy Kimmel and his dramatic adaptation of "Charlie Bit My Finger" (sadly, Bitman has nothing to do with bitcoins) with Chris Hemsworth, Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks.
The motion of iOS 7's redesigned icons has many iPhone users complaining of motion sickness and vertigo. Jimmy Kimmel's solution is the only guaranteed cure.
It's hard to say, really, who is more at fault in this sadly failed guess from last night's Jimmy Kimmel Live. While Kimmel got sidetracked and failed to remember pertinent information that would have helped him, the celebrity—armed not with a phone, but with a full-sized iPad—could have done a much better job…
Jimmy Kimmel went full video game for the Halloween airing of Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, popstar Christina Aguilera revealed her love for classic arcade games, saying she even has a mini "old school" arcade in her house with Donkey Kong, Mario, and Galaga.
For $90, you could buy Wii Fit and the Wii Balance Board and use it forever in your own home. Or you could play it for 55 minutes with a personal trainer at one of Donald Trump's hotels.
I'm not sure why I chortled at this. Maybe it's because I know that lightning-flash punch is coming. Maybe it's because anything is funnier with a censored bleep in it.