06:59 AM EDT 12/06/2013
Originally posted 12/05/2013 03:00PM
Originally posted 11/21/2013 12:25AM
Adam Levine, PEOPLE's newly anointed Sexiest Man Alive, admitted that "becoming this cool, confident and seductive has been quite a journey."
"A lot of people trivialize this sort of thing. They say it's shallow and think it's just a media stunt used to sell magazines and perpetuate the image of Hollywood being based on looks. And that's totally true," the Maroon 5 frontman, not being entirely serious, said on Wednesday night's Jimmy Kimmel Live. "But I'm completely cool with that."
Originally posted 11/08/2013 05:30PM
Originally posted 11/06/2013 09:45AM
Jimmy Kimmel was quite the trickster for Halloween – but the results were anything but sweet for hordes of kids.
For the third year-running, the talk-show host asked parents to prank their children by telling the youngsters that they ate all the Halloween candy.
Better still, he asked folks to shoot it all on video, so that earth-shattering moment is captured for all posterity (and, no doubt, for the future embarrassment of their kids).
Originally posted 10/29/2013 09:00AM
ABC is apologizing for a segment of Jimmy Kimmel Live in which a child joked about killing Chinese people to help erase the U.S. debt.
The boy's unscripted comment came during a comedy bit in which youngsters commented on news events. The skit, aimed at poking fun at childish politicians, aired last week on Kimmel's late-night talk show.
ABC's apology came in response to a complaint from a group called 80-20 that identifies itself as a pan-Asian-American political organization.
In an Oct. 25 letter to the group, ABC said it would never purposefully do anything to upset the Chinese, Asian or other communities. The network says the skit will be edited out of the Jimmy Kimmel Live episode for future airings or any other distribution, including online.
Originally posted 10/10/2013 06:00PM
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian set the gold standard on Late Night With Jimmy Kimmel
Originally posted 10/10/2013 01:45PM
Last night, Kanye West appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live to process his feelings and hopefully bury the hatchet regarding his recent feud with the
talk show host. Throughout Wednesday night's tension-filled show, West said a lot that interested us. But most of all, he said that he feels misunderstood.
Say it ain't so! Kanye, we get you. We understand. We always have. In fact, we've all walked a mile in your Nike Air Yeezy IIs at one point in time or another. Need proof? Check it:
Originally posted 10/10/2013 07:30AM
Kanye West and Jimmy Kimmel quickly dispelled the idea their so-called rap feud was a publicity stunt during a sometimes uncomfortable appearance on the comedian's TV show.
Speculation that the rapper's anger over a Jimmy Kimmel Live parody skit that mocked him was staged was immediate after West lashed out at Kimmel in late September.
But both said that their beef was authentic during a 30-minute interview on Wednesday night's show in which West discussed a range of topics including his artistry, paparazzi, family, fashion and the idea of celebrity.
Kimmel said early in the interview that he knows West personally and always found him friendly, but that he seems misunderstood.
Originally posted 10/06/2013 09:00AM
Paternity was a much-discussed topic among PEOPLE.com readers this week, with few lacking for a strong opinion.
At the same time, a certain already controversial young pop star further raised blood pressures with her latest remarks.
Here are the five stories that sparked the strongest reactions this week, from happy, sad, laugh out loud, angry and wow.
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