So unless you are Trump himself, watch and enjoy the roasting (above)!
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But the last time she was on, back in 2012 to promote The Perks Of Being A Wallflower, it was awkward city!
On Thursday night's show, the Beauty and the Beast star recounted the story of her first interview with Fallon:
"I just dove straight in there with, ‘I love that Halloween candy thing that you do.' And there was just silence."
OMG! No wonder she hasn't been back in five years!
Of course we never saw that cringeworthy moment on the air. When Fallon explained to her she was talking about Jimmy Kimmel, Emma was so mortified they had to cut and re-tape the interview from the beginning! Ha!
Ch-ch-check out the whole story, and a much more graceful Emma (above)!
Starbucks doesn't need to look any further for their "latest abomination"!
And it's way more useful, if you ask us! Ha!
During Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Thursday night, the TV personality introduced "The F**k-It-Ccino" — which is designed to help you forget about all the bullshit Donald Trump & co. is putting us through!
The advertisement said:
"Here at Starbucks, your enjoyment is our goal. The world is complicated, and we know that now, more than ever, it takes more to make you smile. That's why Starbucks is proud to introduce our newest flavored coffee drink: The F–k-It-Ccino. Made with Starbucks premium coffee and cake batter, chocolate frosting, French fries, vodka and Lexapro—everything you need to forget about life…for six minutes."
Late night TV isn't quite ready to move on from United Airlines' recent controversy.
Of course, Mr. Kimmel wasn't too worked up as the victim in this video was none other than Matt Damon (AKA the host's longtime nemesis). HIGHlarious!
Be sure to ch-ch-check out the 49-year-old's latest dig at United for yourself (above). Good stuff!
Well, it seems as though Chris Evans has found himself in that exact predicament as he addressed his unwavering love for the Patriots quarterback (who is also a known Trump supporter). Oh man.
As you surely know, the Captain America actor has been pretty vocal about his disdain for the Commander-In-Chief as he said it was "an embarrassing night for America" after Donnie walked away the victor on Election Day. So it must've been pretty rough for Evans when the Trumpster revealed the American athlete apparently voted for him (although there is some debate there).
Nonetheless, it looks like the A-lister has forgiven his idol for maybe voting for the Celebrity Apprentice alum. While chatting with USA Today, the Boston-born celeb explained:
Don Rickles may be gone, but he definitely won't be forgotten.
In fact, the industry vet preserved his own legacy by filming a new TV just before his death. As we previously reported, the celebrated comedian passed away this week in his Los Angeles home from kidney failure. He was 90 years old.
But it appears as though Don will keep fans laughing long after his death as he filmed 10 episodes for his final TV show, titled Dinner With Don.
The series features the Casino actor grabbing dinner with some of Hollywood's brightest stars — including Jimmy Kimmel, Sarah Silverman, Amy Poehler, etc. While AARP Studios has yet to lock in a distributor or a premiere date, they seem eager to release the footage as they noted in a statement:
"All of us at AARP Studios are immensely saddened with the passing of Don Rickles. We had the distinct pleasure of recently working with Don on our upcoming series Dinner with Don. Don was known for his biting, acerbic humor and we feel lucky enough to have experienced that first-hand. He was also a thoughtful, kind and generous colleague and friend. Don continued to make audiences laugh throughout his life and career and his legacy will live on. We send our condolences to his family and longtime industry colleagues."
So sad. And, from the looks of the trailer, the show is destined to be a hit. Be sure to ch-ch-check out the trailer for Dinner With Don for yourself (below)!
Jimmy Kimmel Breaks Down Honoring Don Rickles In His Emotional Monologue — See Late Night Hosts Pay Tribute To The Comedy Legend
The comedy world lost one of their all time greats when Don Rickles passed away on Thursday at the age of 90.
Because the great insult legend had such a profound influence on many of today's comedians, the hosts of late night were definitely reeling over the loss.
Specifically Jimmy Kimmel, who could barely keep it together as he dedicated his monologue to the icon.
Hours after learning of Rickles' death, the Jimmy Kimmel Live host broke down several times as he shared his favorite memories of the man he idolized since childhood. He then presented a "Best of Don Rickles" video montage from his numerous appearances on the show.
Though other late night hosts weren't as close with Rickles, they all shared a story about a brush they had with "Mr. Warmth," which usually included him making fun of something.
On Late Night, Seth Meyers paid tribute to "one of the all time greats" by telling a story of meeting Rickles at