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See Which Foods Jimmy Kimmel Can’t Cook

The late night host attempted to show off his eggs for the world class chef.

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Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay visited Jimmy Kimmel Live! Wednesday night, where the late night host attempted to show off his cooking skills to the world-famous chef.

Despite his efforts, Ramsay was far from impressed, tossing Kimmel’s failed scrambled eggs on the floor of the set in a profanity-laced moment.

Given that Kimmel has three children, including newborn Jane, born on July 10, it could be assumed that he would be experienced in basic cooking. But according to the chef, this was not the case.

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Watch: Dwayne Johnson And Jimmy Fallon Sweat It Out ’80s Style

The late night host and the actor broke out the shake weights for a hilarious fitness video skit

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The Tonight Show had a bit of an 80s workout makeover when Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and host Jimmy Fallon dressed up like a fake, albeit colorful, workout duo.

“About a year ago I found this old VHS tape that had a bunch of clips of this fitness duo called The Fungo Brothers,” Johnson said of his secret workout weapon.

Johnson was promoting his latest movie, Hercules, out Friday.

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Watch: Zach Braff Went Extra Mile to Fund Movie on Kickstarter

The actor revealed how he thanked his crowdfunding supporters

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Actor Zach Braff went on Late Night with host Seth Meyers Monday to talk about his new movie, Wish I Was Here, which was funded by fans through Kickstarter.

With the help of about 47,000 supporters from around the world, Braff was able to write and direct the film with his brother. To thank those who funded the project, Braff said that he decided to leave personal messages on his fans’ voicemail.

But some requests were a bit odd, Braff said.

“This one guy was a dentist and wanted me to read a greeting for people in his waiting room,” Braff said. “So I did it! Welcome to Dr. Shapiro’s office! Hi I’m Zach Braff, please turn off your cellphone!”

Wish I Was Here opened in theaters July 18.

 

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Watch Jimmy Fallon and Miranda Kerr Play Flip Cup

The Australian supermodel went on the Tonight Show and showed off her drinking game skills

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When Miranda Kerr visited The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon Thursday night, Fallon challenged the supermodel to show her drinking game abilities by playing flip cup.

It was a close game between the two, but ultimately Fallon was victorious. The Tonight Show host has had a great deal of opportunity to work on his drinking game skills, however, competing on the show against stars such as Gisele Bündchen, Matthew McConaughey and Salma Hayek.

Despite her loss, the Australian model was still excited to be a part of the show, as she showed when promoting it on Instagram.

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Jason Biggs Tried His Wife’s Breast Milk

Orange is the New Black actor overshares again

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The Orange Is the New Black star went on Conan Monday night, and talked about how he once tasted his wife’s breast milk.

“I just wanted to see what the fuss is about. My kid loves it,” Biggs said. “I have a right to it as well, don’t I?”

This is not the first time that the actor opened up about his parental adventures.

Biggs and his wife Jenny Mollen have made a name for themselves for often over-sharing on social media. From posting pictures of placenta to joking about hiring a prostitute to “spice up their marriage,” the duo seem to have no problem talking about their personal life.

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Jimmy Fallon and Kelly Ripa Duel in Pop Culture Trivia Soak-Off

The morning talk-show host and her late-night counterpart played “Pop Quiz," and it's not your ordinary pop culture trivia challenge

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Kelly Ripa appeared on NBC’s Tonight Show on Wednesday and challenged Jimmy Fallon in answering questions about pop culture—while sitting under water balloons and wearing pointed hats.

The game was simple: Whoever answered the most questions wrong would get a giant water balloon popped over their heads.

“This is terrible,” Ripa said at one point during the game. “You’re supposed to ask me stuff I know!”

Watch the clip above to find out who got soaked.

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David Letterman Walks Out During Joan Rivers Interview

This time, the actress got a taste of her own medicine

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Just last week, Joan Rivers walked out of a live interview with CNN, frustrated with what she deemed “very judgmental, very nasty, very opinionated, very negative”questions.

But Tuesday night, it was David Letterman’s turn to walk out during an interview with the 81-year-old actress.

As the late night host teased Rivers for her on-camera behavior, he suggested that perhaps the whole affair was a PR stunt to promote Rivers’ new book, Diary of a Mad Diva. But Rivers said: “just the opposite.”

Watch the clip above for more on the exchange.

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Independence Day Fireworks Make Dane Cook Nervous

The comedian said he always wanted to be a firefighter or a policeman growing up, and the potential hazards from fireworks scared him

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Comedian Dane Cook stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live and talked about how, as a kid, he spent Independence Day worrying about wind advisories and fireworks.

“I remember like, you know, walking around and warning neighbors,” he told Kimmel. “I’d be like, ‘Listen, you have some dry brush in your backyard,’ handing out like, goggles. I was very concerned.”

Cook was on the show to promote his latest movie, Planes: Fire & Rescue, out July 18, where he again takes the role of Dusty Crophopper, an airplane that leaves the glory of the racing world behind to help out a crew of firefighting aircrafts.

 

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Gary Oldman Apologizes for Controversial Remarks

"I said some things that were poorly considered," actor tells Jimmy Kimmel

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Actor Gary Oldman appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Wednesday and apologized – again – for controversial comments he made in an interview with Playboy magazine published earlier this week.

In a profanity-laced interview, the 56-year-old actor said that Hollywood should “get over” Mel Gibson’s anti-Semitic comments because other people say similar things in private conversations. The remarks were slammed by Jewish groups.

“I said some things that were poorly considered,” the Harry Potter star, 56, told Kimmel. “And once I had seen it in print, I could see that it was offensive, insensitive, pernicious and ill-informed.”

“Words have meaning, they carry weight and they carry on long after you’ve said them… and I don’t condone or excuse the words I used in any context. I just basically shouldn’t have used them in any context, but I did, and I have deeply injured and wounded a great many people.”

Oldman stars in the upcoming film Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.

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Meredith Vieira’s New Show Will Bring Potty Talk to a Whole New Level

Segment of new show will be filmed inside a bathroom, host confirms

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Meredith Vieira’s new daytime talk show doesn’t launch for another three months, but the former Today host’s new gig is already making headlines for a unique segment filmed inside the smallest room in the house.

On Tuesday, Vieira, 60, told host Conan O’Brien that the new one-hour talk show – produced in New York City on a set that resembles her home – will see the host and her guests chatting in a bathroom.

“One of the segments that we’re doing is called stall talk,” Vieira said. “And I’m in one stall of a bathroom, and my guest is in the next stall.”

Sounds intimate to us.

The Meredith Vieira Show premieres in national syndication on Sept. 8.

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