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Viola Davis Tells Jimmy Kimmel She Had Hot Flashes at the Emmys

Viola Davis Tells Jimmy Kimmel She Had Hot Flashes at the Emmys

Originally posted 09/23/2016 10:55PM

Emmy nominee Viola Davis sat down with Jimmy Kimmel on Thursday night and revealed a surprising tidbit about the awards show to the Emmy host.

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#VotingBecause: Kendall Jenner and Jimmy Kimmel Get Personal in Getting YOU to Register to Vote

2016 Presidential Elections

#VotingBecause: Kendall Jenner and Jimmy Kimmel Get Personal in Getting YOU to Register to Vote

Originally posted 09/22/2016 03:05PM

There are countless reasons to head to the polls on Nov. 8, and now some of America's most famous voters are sharing theirs.

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Ryan Gosling, Kate Hudson and Hugh Grant Read Hilarious Mean Tweets on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Originally posted 09/21/2016 05:05PM

[EMBEDCODE {}] Jimmy Kimmel is doing it again!

On Wednesday's night's upcoming episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live!, the late-night host welcomes three A-list celebrities – Hugh Grant, Kate Hudson and Ryan Gosling – to participate in the show's Mean Tweets segment.

In the teaser video, Grant, 56, reads the first Mean Tweet from one of his critics: "Watching Hugh Grant and his stutteringly pathetic 'charm' is about as appealing to me as closing my scrotum in a DVD case."

Grant's response? "Are these real or do you make them up to be especially nasty?"

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'This Is a Brexit? Brad-xit?' Late-Night Hosts React to Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's Divorce

Originally posted 09/21/2016 10:50AM

With news of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's divorce breaking Tuesday morning, television's late-night talk-show hosts were primed to tackle the high-profile breakup in their monologues.

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FROM EW: Maggie Smith to Jimmy Kimmel: 'Please Direct Me' to Emmys' Lost and Found | Maggie Smith

FROM EW: Maggie Smith to Jimmy Kimmel: 'Please Direct Me' to Emmys' Lost and Found

Originally posted 09/19/2016 07:25PM

The Dowager Countess requests access to her new gold

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Emmys Hated Donald Trump, Loved 'Jeb!'

2016 Presidential Elections

Emmys Hated Donald Trump, Loved 'Jeb!'

Originally posted 09/19/2016 02:30PM

From Jimmy Kimmel's opening monologue to Julia Louis-Dreyfus' acceptance speech, Trump jokes were all the rage at the 2016 Emmys on Sunday night.

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How Mark Burnett Feels About Being Blamed for Donald Trump's Political Ascension by Jimmy Kimmel

How Mark Burnett Feels About Being Blamed for Donald Trump's Political Ascension by Jimmy Kimmel

Originally posted 09/19/2016 08:40AM

Producer Mark Burnett has no problem being the target of Jimmy Kimmel's zingers.

Although the Emmys host pointed the finger at Burnett for Donald Trump's transition from the reality television world to politics during his monologue at the awards show, the producer won't be losing any sleep over the farce.

"I've known Jimmy Kimmel for many, many years. He's hilarious, I love him," Burnett told reporters backstage. "It's easy to be a good sport; it's comedy."

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Jimmy Kimmel Uses Emmy Monologue to Blame Celebrity Apprentice Creator Mark Burnett for Donald Trump

Originally posted 09/18/2016 09:15PM

Talk about an opener.

Jimmy Kimmel brought razor-sharp humor to several surprising targets in front of a packed Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles as host of Sunday's 2016 Primetime Emmy Awards.

As he'd exclusively revealed to PEOPLE, Kimmel, 48, pulled no punches in his opening monologue, delivering zinger after zinger about famous friends and nominees alike – and he saved his punchiest material for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.

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We're Live at the Emmys! Check Out PEOPLE & EW Red Carpet Live Sponsored by Trident

Originally posted 09/18/2016 06:00PM

PEOPLE and Entertainment Weekly are live from the red carpet on TV's biggest night!

The PEOPLE & EW Red Carpet Live streaming preshow has returned to the Primetime Emmy Awards with a bicoastal broadcast covering the night's breaking news and all the biggest stories from this past year in television.

Red Carpet Live, sponsored by Trident, will stream live on the free PEOPLE/Entertainment Weekly Network (PEN) app – as well as on the websites for PEOPLE, EW, InStyle, Essence and TIME – this Sunday from 6-8 p.m. ET.

"We are excited to celebrate this new golden age of television with our second Red Carpet Live streaming event," teases Jess Cagle, Editorial Director of Time Inc.'s celebrity, entertainment and style group.

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