Jimmy Kimmel and the Lie-Witness News crew set out to discover which landmark piece of healthcare legislation Americans preferred. Surprisingly, the results were all in favor of one act!
After Jimmy Kimmel ran this spoof of Kanye West's infamous interview, the rapper took to twitter to vent his rage. Hitting the talk show comedian with blows about his love life and 'weird face'. He even made some memes about the former Man Show host. To see Kimmel's response, head on over to Uproxx.
Ahh, Fashion Week. The pinnacle, the apex, nay, the zenith of douchery in the world of art. Naturally, an event where everyone is trying their damnedest to "out-pretentious" each other makes for a premium trolling opportunity. And naturally, Jimmy Kimmel couldn't pass up such a trolling goldmine (trolldmine?). Ever heard of fashion designers like Joe Isuzu or Meadowlark Lemon? Neither have we, and neither have any of the guests at Fashion Week... but they're not about to admit that...
Ever heard of Mike Hawke or Curvin Johnson? Neither have we, because they're made up. However, similar to Jimmy Kimmel's Coachella prank from a few days ago, it seems like people are more than willing to prove their extensive knowledge of a particular subject... even if it means sacrificing their dignity in the process!
Coachella music festival just wrapped up, but during the festivities, Jimmy Kimmel decided to test the hipster cred of several concerts goers. He asked them what they thought of a few bands, but with one catch: the bands' names were made up. So is that a failure of hipster cred, or hipster cred so great that they've heard bands who don't even exist yet?