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flo-rida with jason tau -- >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- margot robbie -- comedian jim jefferie -- and music from flo rida featuring jason derulo. with cleto and the cletones. and now, the coast is clear -- here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you for coming. welcome to beautiful, stunning los angeles, california.
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how many of you are visiting us here tonight? how many out of towners do we have in our audience? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we're hoping to get the olympics here, the summer olympics in 2024. even though that's eight years ago i think we're already better prepared than rio is for the olympics that start on august 5th. they're not earning a gold medal for preparation so far. in fact, the governor -- yesterday the governor of rio said the olympics there could be a big failure. besides the zika virus, which is enough onnist own, the train system there, it's not scheduled to be completed until four days before the games begin. and this is what people saw as they arrived at the airport in rio yesterday. "welcome to hell." police and firefighters don't get paid, whoever comes to rio will not be safe. well, as far as signs go, that is literally a bad sign. [ laughter ] meanwhile, former olympic gold
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medalist caitlyn jenner, not only is kaitlin the first transgender to be on the cover of "si," also the first sequinned person on the cover. life that issue. isn't that a little strange to put her on the "where are they now" issue? everywhere is where they are now. should have saved her for "who are they now?" [ cheers and applause ] it's tricky for journalists to write about caitlyn jenner, because she was a 65-year-old man, now she's a 2-year-old woman. she's a toddler with a gold medal which is impressive. here in l.a. we do have a working rail system, the metro, which happens to be getting a lot of attention nationally because of a new safety campaign that appears to have been directed by quentin tair tino. >> it's a beautiful day in safetiville and joan is catching up on her friends' posts as she
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heads to school. joan this time your phone obsession has really crossed the line. joan's friends aren't going to like this picture. pay attention and always stay behind the yellow line. >> jimmy: what about the guy who just steps over joan's body to get into the train? i don't know. [ cheers and applause ] i know the idea, safety is important. but to me that just says, don't ride the train, call an uber. uber by the way, i don't know if you saw this is launching a new service in china called uber plus travel that will allow people to book boat rides and hot air balloons on demand. what kind of a person needs a hot air balloon on demand? unless you're the bachelor or the wizard of oz, you don't. but if you've ever dreamed of being trapped in a basket in the sky while a changer dressed in drakar tells you about his day, that dream is about to come true in china thanks to uber. [ cheers and applause ]
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barnes & noble, the bookstore, has not been doing great. they have a new plan to attract customers. they're planning to open four bookstores next year that serve beer and wine in the store. they hope that offering alcohol will encourage more people to come in. to me this is clearly a barnes idea, noble would never be involved in this. but thanks to amazon, drunk shopping for books is now the norm. so they have to do something to bring in more customers. they're even changing their signs from now on they'll just be called this. they say just do away with the books, they might have something. you know, we are always on the lookout on this program for notable moments on television. and with that said i'd like to congratulate the team at local cbs in jacksonville, specifically anchor john bachmann, for providing us with tonight's edition of "excellence in reporting." >> new at 6:00, an orlando man is in jail accused of punching a
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swan in front of two off-duty officers. the officers say over the weekend they were at lake eola with 56-year-old -- >> jimmy: oops. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you try to make the workplace fun and you get burned for it. he should definitely apologize to the family of the swan. the investigation into hillary clinton's e-mails seems to never end. these e-mails are like "transformers" movies. just when you get sick about hearing one, another batch comes out. yesterday 165 pages of e-mails from clinton's time as secretary of state were released. turns out they're just as boring as the other 55,000 pages of e-mai e-mails. we aren't interested in reading hillary clinton's work e-mails. we want to read her e-mails with will. those are the ones that interest us. [ cheers and applause ] meanwhile, hillary's former friend and current arch nemesis donald trump has hired a new communications director. a gentleman named jason miller.
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which is interesting because miller worked for ted cruz and when he did work for ted cruz he tweeted this. #sleazydonald. and this. donald trump is the karl lewis of flip-flopping, i've literally never seen anyone move with such speed. also this, unbelievable watching trump on cnn, tell trump to be classy. trump described avoiding vd his own vietnam, sleazy donald. he coined the phrase sleazy donald. maybe that's what attracted him? a man who can write a hash tag like that can be on my team any day. donald loves this. trump said elizabeth warren as racist and a total fraud because she once claimed to be part native american. she didn't have any evidence of that other than that one time in college she and four friends went to a party dressed as the village people. but so trump now likes to call senator warren pocahontas and
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goofy. he ran out of nicknames so he's just using disney characters now. it's weird to call someone a racist and then call them pocahontas in the same sentence. but you know what they say, sometimes you have to fight racism with racism. of course donald trump is very sensitive to racism because he himself is of a color that does not typically occur in nature. so he lashes out. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] tonight we combed through a treasure trove of trash talk to bring you this delightfully disparaging montage. >> i'm not a fan of megyn kelly, i think she's a third-rate reporter. this dopey guy glenn beck. low energy. lying hillary. she is a liar. don't worry wit, little marco. crooked hillary. crazy bernie. he's crazy as a bedbug. poke han mass elizabeth warren she's the worst. mitt romney is a stiff. and he walks like a penguin.
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hillary clinton is a disaster. this wacky socialist guy bernie. he's an ignorant president. the total incompetent jerk. he's a sleaze, my book. she's a basket case. his face is just terrible. the biggest ears i've seen. a big mouth. a joke artist. this guy's a liar. he's a bad person, folks. she's a nasty person. he's a nasty guy. nobody likes him. he looks like a jerk. child molester. she said he's a [ bleep ]. she's a goofus. little mouth on him. bing, bing, bing. bing, bing, bing, bing, bing. >> jimmy: there you go, bing, bing, bing, bing, bing. [ cheers and applause ] he loves to insult. here now to sing about that, back by popular demand, ladies and gentlemen, please welcome the truempaloompas. ♪ ♪ truempaloompa if you are wise
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you'll listen to me ♪ ♪ what do you get when you copy four names ♪ ♪ stirring a patriot and crooked and crazy and dummy and pig ♪ ♪ there are others so you feel big ♪ ♪ why you gotta hate ♪ truempaloompa ♪ you will live in happiness too ♪ ♪ like the truempaloopa [ cheers and applause ] >> you're fired! >> jimmy: thank you. well done. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the truepaloompas, everybody! when we come back, we make trouble at ufc events so stick around! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: still to come, margot robbie, flo rida with jason derulo. tell our regular drummer jason he's fired. those fans of the ufc know there's a pay per vent july 9th in las vegas, ufc 200, it promises to be one of the biggest ufc events ever. ufc 199 was in l.a. at the forum in inglewood. we decided to make mma mischief. we sent our politically correct community activists jeff and becky to the forum with a petition to ban punching and
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kicking from the ufc. here's how that went off with the fans and fighters too. >> tlc, not ufc! tlc, not ufc! tlc, not ufc! we're thinking that we should take out all punching and kicking from the sport altogether. punching, illegal. kicking, illegal. >> the petition is just to remove the kicking and the punching from the sport. >> i can't to that. >> why not? >> i enjoy the kicking very much. >> what about the punching? >> just sign for the punching, then. >> for this one i'll just -- there you go. >> poop sex? >> it says poop sex. >> what is poop sex? >> is that something you're into? >> i can hold your hot dog for you. okay. if you want to just sign though really quickly -- >> is in the ring?
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a kid beat up your kid and you're accusing the ufc because of that? >> we're not accusing the ufc, we know that the ufc -- >> that he saw it and he learned the punches and kicks from that. >> sir have you ever been in a fight? >> a couple. >> yeah? >> yeah, fighting at the ufc. >> uh-huh. >> okay, okay, okay -- >> y'all are crazy, you know that? you're bat [ bleep ] crazy. >> i would make the argument it's crazy to savagely beat another human being. >> if you delete the punching and the kicking -- >> i'm very athletic. i hey hacky sack. >> he uses these muscles in a drum circle. >> okay, okay. i feel like you're bad parents what? >> you come in here, preaching to people, when deep inside you're wicked and evil and now you're just trying to deflect it from you by criticizing people like myself. that's how i feel. am i allowed to feel like that? are we going to start a petition against my feelings?
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>> i'd like to start a petition. >> i just like that you're having feelings. >> do away with violent moves such as punching and kicking, how do you feel about that? >> sure, just talk to dana white, i'm sure he'd love that. >> who's that? we'll talk to her. >> yeah, talk to her, she's beautiful. has a shiny head. >> okay. >> a bit of a belly at the moment. >> that's a rude thing to say about a woman. >> i understand you're the president. we wrote a letter that we wanted to read to you about what we think should happen in the sport. that is all right? >> all right, sure. >> dear madam president, as a female in a male-dominated industry, you are acutely aware of the struggle against adversity. we ask that you enact new rules and regulations for your sport wherein the use of kicking and punching are no longer legal. in doing this, ma'am, you would help so many other parents with their parenting duty, from male fathers to female mothers like you. thank you, from jack and becky. >> what do you think? >> i think that's the dumbest thing i've ever heard in my life. >> madam president dana, if
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you'd just say in the camera we're going to get rid of the kicking and punching. >> we're going to get rid of all the hippies who try to protest outside -- >> that's not really -- >> getting rid of the punching and kicking and replacing it with hugging. >> i'm a hugger. i could get busy in a hug. >> can you take your shirt off? and we'll do another hug. >> you take your shirt off, i'll take my shirt off. >> take your shirts off! jack, take your shirt off. okay, great. >> are you happy? >> i'm extremely -- i'm so happy. this is great, this is great. oh, boy. yeah. i was just going to show him to the dressing room. >> you can do whatever the [ bleep ] you want. >> jack! i just have to find my husband, i'm sorry. jack! jack! what's that? >> have him take his shirt off? >> it was for the cause. it was for the cause. >> it's not a cause to embarrass
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me in front of these people. you're hugging with luke rockholt -- >> jack! >> don't just say that -- >> jack! i swear to god, get back here! >> you're violent. >> i'm not violent! >> luke rockholt changed you. >> tlc, not ufc! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tonight on the show, music from flo rida with jason derulo. we'll be right back with margot robbie so stake around! distribution portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by pepsi. tell the world how you feel and what you love. find your pepsi emoji today.
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>> jimmy: hi, gang. tonight, he's got a new standup comedy special called, "jim jefferies: freedumb." it will be streamable on netflix starting friday. jim jefferies is here. then, his new single is called, "hello friday." flo rida with jason derulo from the samsung stage.
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you can see flo rida this september at the -- how do i say this -- the kaaboo festival. i don't know. it's in del mar, california. look it up. k-a-a-b-o-o. what the hell is that? okay, thanks. guillermo, what the hell is it? >> cabo. >> jimmy: no, that's a place in mexico. >> different one? i don't know. >> jimmy: you don't know, all right. tomorrow night, from "mike and dave need wedding dates," zac efron and adam devine, from the new show "vice principals," walton goggins, and music from melanie martinez. and on thursday, cristoph waltz and danielle brooks and maxwell too. our first guest is a talented woman from australia who burst onto the silver screen with the force of a thousand boomerangs and a million kangaroos. "the legend of tarzan" opens in theaters and imax friday.
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please welcome margot robbie. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: how are you? >> i love being here. >> jimmy: it's good to see you. are you wearing pajamas? or is this a new thing? >> i thought i'd dress like your audience at home. it's so comfy, honestly. i've got my teeth brushed, i'm going to go straight to bed. >> jimmy: really, that's nice. take off the shoes. >> i'm just going to get settled. >> jimmy: you can do whatever you want. i mean, literally anything you want. you could take these couches home if you want to. >> can i? i need a new couch. >> jimmy: by the way, i know it's your birthday this weekend. happy birthday. [ cheers and applause ] >> it is. >> jimmy: you celebrate? you have a big party for your birthday? >> yeah, i'm turning 26. and -- yeah, so we're going to have like a little hawaiian
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luau. why the hell not? >> jimmy: why not, a hawaiian luau. will you have a roasted pig? >> we're hoping to, yeah. go all-out. >> jimmy: you're hoping to? >> coconut bras and grass skirts for the boys. >> do you always have big party fots are your birthday? >> for my 24th two years ago, and i've been planning this since i was 16. i heard of a friend having a 24-hour party when they turned 24. i remember being, i can't wait to be 24, this is going to be the best idea ever! i had a 24-hour party on my twoertsds birthday. >> jimmy: 24 hours long? >> yeah. >> jimmy: what time does it start? >> i imagine what it's like to do a marathon. >> jimmy: the jerry lewis telethon or something like that. it starts at what time? >> we started at 9:00 a.m. >> jimmy: you go do denny's for the breck fast you get for free? >> we're in a courtyard, a champagne breakfast, actually really nice. we broke it up with costume changes so everyone could keep going. >> jimmy: be clean. what were the costumes? >> we started with western
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themes. a lot of cowboys running around. we had champagne, breakfast in the court card. then we went to hyde park in london, rung around playing games. then we need the sustenance so we went to five guys -- >> jimmy: the burger place? >> yeah, yeah, burgers. because it was my birthday and i love burgers. costume change number two. and enthe next place was under the sea themed. there's this wicked karaoke bar in london called banga banga and it's got a bar next to it cocoa banana, which is kind of like banga banga. sorry, irrelevant information. >> jimmy: it went to 9:00 the next morning? >> it did. it progressively fittier and fittier bars until at 9:00 a.m. we full circle ended up back in our courtyard, popped another bottle of champagne. >> jimmy: that sounds like so much fun, also terrible at the same time.
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>> exhausting. absolutely exhausting. >> jimmy: at any point -- >> rewarding when you make it to the finish line, we did it, we did it. >> jimmy: did you consider those people who made it to the finish line your best friends? >> best friends in the world. >> jimmy: the ones who can hang. >> there's lots of other people. >> jimmy: what's your karaoke song of choice at a place like banana banga -- >> i know your audience, feel the mood of the crowd, maybe. >> jimmy: total eclipse of the heart. >> jimmy: classic. >> bon jovi is more appropriate at other times. >> jimmy: did you have 25 hours when are your 25th birthday? >> i was on set for "suicide squad." [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: so no matter at all. >> not a bad place to have your birthday for sure. it just so happened the day we were shooting, what we were shooting that day was the scene where i'm getting dressed into my harley costume. so i was really worried about like, you know, having to be taking a top on and off. >> jimmy: in your birthday suit on your birthday. >> in my birthday suit on my
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birthday. at lunch they surprised he with this ginormous cake. and i was like, i'm holding out until i get this scene over and done with, i'm trying not to eat badly until this scene's done. so i wait. they kept pushing the scene until 6:00 at night and i was like, you know what? the scene's not happening today, i'm going to eat this whole damn cake right now. i ate the cake, we sat there and ate it, yeah, the best birthday ever. then they're like, ready for you on set. and i was like, i just ate a whole cake. >> jimmy: how fast does it turn into something? >> well, i mean, i was obviously self-conscious. i was like, they can see the cake in my stomach, oh, god. >> jimmy: that will be a fun easter egg for people to look for. when is that movie out, "suicide squad"? >> 5th of august. i hope i'm not getting this wrong. "tarzan" comes out 1 rls of july. >> jimmy: you play jane. >> i had my birthday on set of tarzan too. >> jimmy: you should be older than you are with all these birthdays you're having. when we come back we'll look at a clip from tarzan.
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>> like a damsel? >> no matter. he's tarzan, you're jane. he'll come for you. >> jimmy: he's right. cristoph waltz is right. [ cheers and applause ] "the legend of tarzan" opens friday in theaters and imax. margot robbie is here. did you actually spit in cristoph waltz's face? >> i did. that was not cgi. >> jimmy: you asked beforehand, is it okay? >> i did because i -- it's a really intimate thing to do. >> jimmy: spit in another person's face? >> bodily fluids. yeah, so i just checked. are you comfortable if i actually spit? he was like, no, no. he was really cool. [ bleep ], i don't care. >> jimmy: he didn't care at all?
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>> yeah. >> jimmy: how many times did you spit in his face? >> we did a lot of takes. at least ten times. every time i was like, is this still okay? >> jimmy: now when you see him do you continue to spit in his face. >> yes, it's how we greet each other. >> jimmy: he's going to be here on thursday. you could pop up from behind the couch and hock a loogie. >> that would not -- no. >> jimmy: i don't know all the acting rules. this director of the film, david yates, directed a number of the "harry potter" movies. >> he did, which was highly kating for a massive harry potter fan. >> jimmy: you love harry potter. >> i do. [ cheers and applause ] who wouldn't? >> jimmy: one of your friends, maybe one of your 24-hour friends, sent us a photograph to share with the audience. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: when was this taken? i don't think i even recognize you. >> literally the most embarrassing photo of my whole
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life. >> jimmy: yeah. >> who's that? i think that was sofia. i think that was my 13th birthday. >> jimmy: a big birthday theme. >> i'm drinking a cup of tea, i'm in bed, i'm clearly really enjoying myself reading harry potter. >> jimmy: you are. >> i have braces which i had for two years. i was really into slicking my hair back, god knows why. and i am wearing glasses which i didn't actually need. i have 20/20 vision. and i lied to get glasses. >> jimmy: really? why? >> to look like harry potter. >> jimmy: they were prescription glasses? >> not even cool ones, they're ugly glasses. >> jimmy: the harry potter glasses. >> i went to the optometrist, i can't see that, oh, my eyes. my mom's like, do you really need glasses? yes, i do! >> jimmy: well, happy birthday and congratulations on the movie. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the legend of tarzan" opens friday in theaters and
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>> jimmy: we are back. still to come, music from flo rida with jason derulo. our next guest tonight is another australian. it's an infestation, really. he is a very funny comedian, writer and actor with a new stand-up special called "jim jeffries: freedumb," spelled d-u-m-b. it premieres friday on netflix. please say hello to jim jeffries. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how are you? is this an australian thing? >> it's not as attract whiff an ugly person does it. >> jimmy: no, you're not an ugly person, don't say that about yourself. >> i'm all right. but i've been better. >> jimmy: do you know margo? is it stupid to ask? >> no, we don't all know each
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other. plus i'm 10 years older than her. it's not like she'd accept a date from me. >> jimmy: i thought maybe there was an australian famous people club that you might be part of. >> no. well, there is a club but i'm not part of it. >> jimmy: how are you doing? how's everything? >> i'm all right. i've got a new special coming out. >> jimmy: how many have you done for netflix? >> two for netflix. this is my fifth one in america in the last seven years. >> jimmy: very, very funny. >> thank you. >> jimmy: this is something you work a long time -- >> i work a lot to put the material together. before each special, i lose like 20 pounds. >> jimmy: actual lose -- >> i lose 20 pounds. i'm fat again now, i gain the weight back afterwards. but before the special, i lose like rapidly, lose the weight. because i want to look good on camera, which is a stupid idea because then after i like air the special, people see me and see me live, i walk out, they're so disappointed. what i should do is get super
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fat for the special. >> jimmy: yes. >> then slim down afterwards. when i come out, oh, he's doing good again! [ applause ] >> jimmy: you're serious about this weight thing. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you have an app or something like that? >> i have an app where i put my weight in every single day so i can see how my life's going. i never cheat. i've lost like three pounds before i came -- there's my app. >> jimmy: this is the chart. >> this is the real chart. 211 -- 11.4 -- hold on. can anyone tell the moment i recorded my special? >> jimmy: right there. for real. >> then as soon as i got two days i got drunk, then i lost weight, then went on tour, that was horrible. i came back, then i went to israel. then i came back again, i went to vegas. now i'm here, jimmy. >> jimmy: all right. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you're at 211.
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come back in a year. are you trying to get enough steps in for your walks or something like that? >> i have a fit bit, yeah. >> jimmy: i would think so. you've been in l.a., in l.a. you have to stay in shape or else you're ostracized. >> i'm trying to be an actor. but i don't -- i'm not good. i'm not a bad comedian but -- >> jimmy: that's true of a lot of people. >> i'll tell you a story. so i was -- i got booked to do a birthday party for a very famous person in the hollywood hills, i can't say who it is, i signed a contract. it was a dinner praert. it was like 30 people. at this party there was like eddie murphy, al pacino, warren beatty, leonardo dicaprio. and i went and performed standing outside, just in bare feet. all these people in these houses where you have to take your shoes off because their floors are so precious, right? the gig -- >> jimmy: you performed with
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shoes on? >> or a microphone. the difference between a drunk guy and a comedian is a microphone. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] otherwise it's a guy giving opinions. so i'm performing in this garden in front of all these famous people. afterwards i was with my manager alex who's backstage. we were standing around. i said, i want to meet some people. and warren beatty and al pacino came up. they had a few drinks. they walk up. i'm going to do an impression -- >> jimmy: to you? >> yeah, to talk to me. greatest moment of my life. maybe the nicest men i've ever met. and i've met seven, eight men. he came up and he just -- i'm terrible impersonations. he goes, i like you. you tell a story, i think your story's about to end, like it's withering away, and then you come back to the story! it's very good! and i was like, thank you, thank you very much. he goes, you're like rodney
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dangerfield! i'm nothing like rodney dangerfield. but i said, a lot of people say that, mr. pacino, thank you. and then he kept talking. he just complimented me. i'm not kidding. 15, 20 minutes. >> jimmy: wow. >> at the 15-minute mark he said, am i talking too much? am i talking to you, am i saying too many things, am i talking too much? and i said, mr. pacino, this is the greatest moment of my life, keep talking till i [ bleep ]. all right? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] so he continued. not to completion. >> jimmy: did al have his shoes off? >> al had his shoes off, barefoot as well. >> jimmy: warren beatty? >> no shoes either. >> jimmy: wow, okay. >> talking, talking. he comes to me, do you act? and i said, well, i've done a bit of acting but i would never say to al pacino that i act.
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i'm a standup comedian. he goes, no. you're going to be a great actor. i can tell. you're going to be a great actor. and i was like, oh, really. and he went, no, [ bleep ] it. don't act! acting's for idiots like me and him! he points at warren beatty. he hadn't been in the conversation and he goes, what, what? then he goes, idiots like me and him! you're better than us! >> jimmy: wow. >> you're better! you tell stories! you're a director! you're a director! and i went, all right. then he went, say it! >> jimmy: oh, no. >> and i was, excuse me? say you're a director! tell me! so i went -- i'm a director. say it again!
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and i went, i'm a director. he goes, with passion now! so i got the pacino fever. right? i just yelled out, i'm a director! everyone at the party started looking at me. stopped talking and looked at me. i looked at leonardo dicaprio and went, i don't know. >> jimmy: wow. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: is there a follow-up? >> i yell out, i'm a director! then warren beatty, who was talking to a woman, he rejoins the conversation after me yelling it. he leans in, he goes, what do you direct? and my brain, rather than telling the truth, went straight to lying. and i went, i got a few projects in the works. no projects. >> no projects, yeah. >> i can't get an acting job let
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alone a directing gig. i went, i got some projects in the mix. he goes, how can we stay in touch? and i just went, pff i'm going to be honest, i'm a bit of a drinker. if you give me your phone number i'll just ring some girl and try to impress her at 2:00 in the morning and that's not going to work out for either of us. i'm talking my way out of it. my manager leans in and he goes, we'll stay in touch. they swap numbers. you know these hollywood people. connected and all that type of stuff. so i thought that was the independent the require oh, i was leaving the pear, one of those parties where they have like a golf cart takes you -- valet drops your car off and a golf cart takes you back to the house. i had to get a golf cart back. and i rode in the golf cart with al pacino. if you ever get the chance? it's like watching a sketch of al pacino in a golf cart. he's going down the hill. oh, it's bumpy!
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oh, oh, oh i got to get my car! >> jimmy: what a night this was. >> yeah fantastic. anyway. cut to -- this only three weeks ago. like the party happened six months ago but three weeks ago i'm at my manager's office, sitting and talking about like, you know. me coming here, losing weight. and i said at the end of the meeting, i said, so. did we ever stay in touch with warren beatty? and he is eyes lit up and he went, let's call him. and we rang up warren beatty. and we were all nervous. my manager, he takes care of comedians, he was nervous as well. speakerphone. all right, we're walling warren beatty. this woman answers the phone. it wasn't annette bening but somebody who sounded like she'd been with him for 60 years or something. she was like, hello? my manager goes, i'm alex mary,
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i represent jim jeffries. him and warren hit it off at a party, warren said to stay in touch, so we're staying in touch. and she went, wait here. then she put the phone down but she didn't put it on hold. so we could hear the whole conversation. >> jimmy: oh, what happened? >> she walk over to warren and she goes, jim jeffries. he goes, i don't know jim jeffries. you met him at a party with eddie murphy and al pacino? he goes, i don't remember that party. then he goes, get rid of him. all right! so i'm like, what's she going to say? right? i'm all right with it, warren beatty not wanting to be friends with me. but like i've been fobbed off in this business. i've had people say we're going to call you back, they're in a meeting, all those type of things. but she just picked up the phone and goes, mr. beatty would like
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to thank you for your call. then she hung up. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow. love in hollywood. that's a great story. jim jeffries, everybody. "fr "freedumb" is available to stream on netflix friday. when we get back, flo rida and jason derulo! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ > > dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live!" concert series is presented by samsung.
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>> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live!" concert series is presented by samsung. >> jimmy: i'd like to thank my margot robbie, jim jefferies and apologize to matt damon. we ran out of time. "nightline" is next, but first, here with the song, "hello friday," with some help from jason derulo, flo rida! ♪ ♪ hello friday i've been waiting for you for a long time ♪ ♪ you just save me when my life came tumbling down ♪ ♪ and i know you're gonna leave me ♪ ♪ hello friday i've been waiting for you for a long time ♪ ♪ three two ♪ yeah like a charm baby
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brighter than this thing on my arm baby ♪ ♪ it's a party every time you come around baby ♪ ♪ now if you're down baby i can be the ground baby hear me running ♪ ♪ ain't nothing looking better than when i see you coming ♪ ♪ ain't none other feeling better than when i'm blowing money ♪ ♪ you can tell that i'm an addict i'm addicted to money i'm addicted to balling ♪ ♪ i got the sip of patron i bought a ticket to rome and by the end of the evening forget a weekend ♪ ♪ we won't even know what planet we on ♪ ♪ cause monday so many tuesday she wanna go up ♪ ♪ but wednesday i panic come scrambling thursday just ain't my luck ♪ ♪ hello friday i've been waiting for you for a long time you just save me ♪ ♪ when my life came tumbling down ♪ ♪ and i know you're gonna leave me hello friday ♪ ♪ i've been waiting for you for a long time ♪ ♪ ordering triple seeing double i'm acting single ♪ ♪ you on the top
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on the bottom and she the middle ♪ ♪ i did all for the nookie oreo cookie about to kill it shawty don't push me ♪ ♪ now drop it you got it thank god it's friday ♪ ♪ we love that tgif word yeah ♪ ♪ let's get it popping baby show me something baby or i can blow it on the next girl ♪ ♪ i got the one-fifty one you got a way with your tongue ♪ ♪ and by the end of the evening forget a weekend ♪ ♪ we won't even know what planet we on ♪ ♪ cause monday so many tuesday she wanna go up ♪ ♪ but wednesday i panic come scrambling thursday just ain't my luck ♪ ♪ hello friday i've been waiting for you for a long time ♪ ♪ you just save me when my life came tumbling down ♪ ♪ and i know you're gonna leave me ♪ ♪ hello friday i've been waiting for you for a long time ♪ ♪ saturday i'm hitting all the beaches and i ain't talking playing in the sun ♪ ♪ sunday i'm praying
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for forgiveness but the week just begun hun ♪ ♪ cause monday so many tuesday she wanna go up ♪ ♪ but wednesday i panic come scrambling thursday just ain't my luck ♪ all the people scream! ♪ hello friday i've been waiting for you for a long time ♪ ♪ you just save me when my life came tumbling down ♪ ♪ and i know you're gonna leave me ♪ ♪ hello friday i've been waiting for you for a long time ♪ ♪ hello friday i've been waiting for you for a long time ♪ ♪ you just save me when my life came tumbling down ♪ and i know you're gonna leave me hello friday ♪ ♪ i've been waiting for you for a long time ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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