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thank you for watching. >> from all of us here, we >> dicky: from hollywood, it's “jimmy kimmel live”! tonight, terry crews, corinne foxx, and music from greta van fleet. and now, jimmy kimmel! >> jimmy: hi, i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thanks for watching, and don't think i don't appreciate it. i do. thank you. i'd like to begin the show tonight with a bombshell that was dropped this morning on bachelor nation. remember colton underwood? the virgin bachelor? this morning, he delivered what may go down as the most shocking finale in bachelor history. >> i ran from myself for a long time, i hated myself for a long time. i'm gay. >> jimmy: well -- i am too. [ laughter ] i was just waiting for somebody else to say it.
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wait a minute. if you're gay, why are you in a house dating 25 women? that was the big question, i guess. was it fair to those women who were all there for the right reasons, i'm sure. [ laughter ] does abc now owe them a do-over? could they sue? how does colton feel about putting the lives of so many dental hygienists on hold? >> i just wish i wouldn't have dragged people into my own mess of figuring out who i was. i -- i genuinely mean that. but i also at the same time, like -- i can sit here and say i'm sorry to all those women, i can also say thank you. because without them, and without the bachelor franchise, i don't know if this would have ever came out. >> jimmy: well on behalf of all of us here at abc, you're welcome. [ laughter ] we're glad to be of service. i mean, now we have to question everything. it almost makes you wonder, should marriage even be a game show prize? you know? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] as is always the case when
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something like this happens, everybody's like, i knew it! i knew he was gay from the minute he said he was a virgin! it's a weird thing to take a victory lap for. [ laughter ] what is the fascination with announcing i knew it when someone comes out as gay? what do you think, rupaul sends you a medal or something? [ laughter ] they don't. the truth us is it doesn't matter, none of these relationships work out. could have been a mannequin at a department store, would have worked out the same way. [ laughter ] the first clue colton is guy, he watches "the bachelor." [ laughter and applause ] the only person who has proof they knew is billy eichner, who sensed it right away. >> the first thing i do -- i'm gay, i know that's a shock. that i think you should look into. maybe you're the first gay bachelor and we don't even know -- i -- i -- >> put that in your promo, see you later! [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you know, maybe we
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should have billy eichner check all the bachelors, give them a once-over. [ laughter ] there is evidence on social media, too. like the time colton tweeted this lyric from taylor swift. a friend to all is a friend to none, taylor coming through with the hard truths are there are no absolutes when it comes to sexual orientation, but quoting taylor swift is up there on the list. [ laughter ] this should have been a hint, too. the walk he took with heather. the beautiful 23-year-old fashion student who had never been kissed. >> oh my gosh. >> fire. >> the fire, the stars, the beach. >> the waves. >> nothing better. >> nothing better than that. just amazing. >> so good, so good. >> unbelievable. what are those lights up there? >> that's what i was wondering. that's what i was asking. i think it's boats? i don't know.
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>> jimmy: yeah, somebody should go look at that. i'll go, you stay here on the beach! [ laughter ] [ applause ] it's like one of the anne hathaway scenes in "brokeback mountain." [ laughter ] even the most famous moment from that season, you remember this? ♪ >> he just jumped the [ bleep ] fence. >> now we know why he jumped the fence. frm now on, coming out will be referred to as "jumping the fence." [ laughter and applause ] i wish he had announced this on the show. “i'm sorry cassie, the final rose goes to guillermo." [ laughter ] >> guillermo: yeah! >> jimmy: anyway. i'm happy for colton. i wish him well. and this is -- if you think about it, this is an important reminder to all of us that “the bachelor” is a huge waste of everyone's time. [ laughter ] just huge. hey, speaking of bachelors, florida congressman matt gaetz is having another heck of a week. the odds of matt gaetz going to prison are now higher than his hair.
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[ laughter ] so last night we learned from the "new york times" that one of his associates told prosecutors, among other things, that gaetz had “encounters with women who were given cash in exchange for sex." which i think they call that prostitution. [ laughter ] then revelations of wild house parties with local republican officials. they would have after-parties following official events with drugs and sex and pita chips and everything. [ laughter ] and this is a nice little detail. the source said gaetz liked to talk to the women who were hired to be at the party about politics. that's great. he's like the one guy at the bachelor party who keeps telling the strippers about his divorce. [ laughter ] two women who say they were at these parties told cnn they saw gaetz taking pills they assume wednesday party drugs, and he had sex with the women, after which money would change hands. that's crazy. has matt gaetz learned nothing from donald trump? you're supposed to have your lawyer pay the women after you have sex with them!
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[ laughter ] in secret. [ laughter ] gaetz has repeatedly denied the allegations, but we dug up an interesting line from his speech in florida over the weekend. >> if you want something done, hire a woman. >> jimmy: well. [ laughter ] that sounds like a confession to me, i don't know. [ applause ] gaetz's spokesboy, harlan hill, doubled down on his defense. he again said “matt gaetz has never paid for sex.” that's harlan hill. [ laughter ] do you think he even knows what sex is yet? [ laughter ] and with all the allegations and salacious details out there, this is the one matt gaetz is pushing back on the hardest. cnn reported he was denied a meeting with donald trump at mar-a-lago, and mattie and fatty are both crying fake news. a lawyer from team gaetz sent a letter to cnn, demanding that they retract the story. and trump put out a statement saying cnn made the whole thing up, it was “completely false.” which i don't believe for one second that matt gaetz hasn't reached out to meet with donald trump.
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the guy spent years desperately trying to show everyone how close they are. look at all these pictures. “america's greatest president!” “love this president.” i think this one's from the state of the union he sees donald trump, he turns into a human selfie stick. [ laughter ] here he is with the trumps at the world series. another from the game. there they are deep in conversation. here's matt looming in the background at joint base andrews. a selfie outside air force one. now inside air force one with the presidential seal. “hanging with my #squad on air force one.” here he is photobombing someone else's selfie with trump. [ laughter ] and that's not even all of them. all this guy does is brag about his time with trump which i guess explains why he would be so upset about the idea of people thinking trump won't see him. maybe they'll share a cell together. wouldn't that be sweet? [ cheers and applause ] meanwhile, even out of office, trump is still doing damage to the country. more than 120 million americans have received at least one dose of the vaccine, but there are
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still a lot of people who are skeptical and won't get it. something like 40% of active marines refuse to get the vaccine. so president biden and his former boss obama are teaming up to convince those who are hesitant. joe and o are scheduled to appear in an hour-long tv special sunday night. the special is called “roll up your sleeve" and it will air live on nbc. they have an all-star lineup. matthew mcconaughey, billy crystal, lin-manuel miranda, dr. fauci, and jane seymour. that's right. when you want this country to take a health issue seriously, hit 'em with a dose of dr. quinn, medicine woman. [ laughter and applause ] they say if the ratings for the special are good, nbc plans to roll out more viruses in the fall. [ laughter ] poor donald trump. all he ever wanted was another show on nbc, and now joe biden's has one. [ laughter ] in other dinosaur news, scientists in china have found things, they've discovered what they believe to be the oldest reptile with opposable
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thumbs. it's a flying creature now known as a “monkeydactyl.” which sounds like a word joe biden would use for “nonsense.” “that's a bunch of monkeydactyl!” this is a “monkeydactyl.” i was hoping they'd look like flying monkeys, but they just look like little dinosaurs in trump hats. they have claws, thumbs, and a giant toothed beak. they're like the swiss army knife of dinosaurs. they can kill a wooly mammoth, then open a bottle of michelob ultra, no problem. [ laughter ] there was a notable celebrity death today but not one that anyone seems too sad about. bernie madoff. is now in hell. [ laughter ] convincing satan to empty his 401(k). bernie madoff, who -- it's still hard to believe a guy who made off with everyone's money was named "madoff." he died in prison. among the people he defrauded were steven spielberg and kevin bacon, which i think technically qualifies him for the oscars in-memoriam montage. [ laughter ] he swindled a lot of people, including a lot of famous people.
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basically, if you're ever watching a netflix movie and a very well-respected actor has a three-line role in it? that's because bernie madoff took all his money. [ laughter ] earlier tonight cnbc ran an hour-long documentary about him. you know you're a piece of garbage when a documentary about how awful you are is all ready to go the minute you die. [ laughter ] i didn't know this until today, bernie's scheme actually started in the '70s. he defrauded people for 40 years until he was finally turned in by his two sons. are you listening, donald trump? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] just something to file away. all right. we have to take a break. when we come back, we have something special planned. our pal yehya is here. if you know yehya, you know that fun is about -- where's -- there's yehya. [ cheers and applause ] yehya is making his final appearance on the show. but before he goes, we'll play tv's most confusing game. terry crews and corinne foxx go
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it's neutrogena® rapid wrinkle repair® smooths the look of fine lines in 1-week, deep wrinkles in 4. so you can kiss wrinkles goodbye! neutrogena® [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. it's time for america's favorite hollywood guessing game, “name that famous celebrity!” let's meet our contestants. one is an actor with pecs of steel, the other is an actress, producer, and boss of jamie foxx. please welcome terry crews and corinne foxx. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hello, contestants,
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please take your places. welcome, welcome. let's meet the star of our game. i met this gentleman outside a movie theater in 2006. he was looking for celebrities to take pictures with, there i was. please say hello to yehya. [ cheers and applause ] hi, yehya, how are you? please, right here. >> hi! >> i love you! >> jimmy: yehya -- >> oganda forever. >> what are you saying? >> oganda, the guy got blessed, i love him, the actor, oganda. >> jimmy: wakonda i think you're thinking of. >> no, i got it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: we're off to a ridiculous start. who says wakonda forever to people? oganda, yehya! me, i tell them - i love you, jimmy. >> jimmy: i love you too, yehya.
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[ laughter ] >> god bless him, bless his family, he's the best guy in the world. >> jimmy: do you know, yehya, how many times you've been on this show? >> i don't remember. >> jimmy: do you want to guess? >> maybe -- 20? >> jimmy: 20? [ laughter ] >> maybe less? >> jimmy: this is your 187th appearance on this show. [ cheers and applause ] >> oh, wow. >> jimmy: all right. now you're moving. you're moving back to egypt. >> i move because i'm alone, i not work, and i have any work, i want to move my body -- >> jimmy: this is almost over, why wouldn't you stay? >> i'm coming back. >> jimmy: he's coming back, all right, all right. this is a very sad night for those of us, now that we learn you're coming back. [ laughter ] contestants, put on your blindfolds. >> okay, all right. >> jimmy: i will explain the rules of this ridiculous game. i am going to show yehya a photo of a famous person he took a picture with. without using that celebrity's name, yehya will try to give you clues as to who that person is. yehya, again, very important. do not use the celebrity's name.
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>> you tell me hundred time. >> jimmy: a hundred times? [ laughter ] >> 187 times. >> a hundred times. >> jimmy: terry, corinne, listen to the clues. which when you think you know which famous celebrity yehya das scribing, buzz in, for each correct answer you get 100 points, if you get it wrong the other person can steal. let's begin. yehya, name this famous celebrity. >> oh -- that the guy -- his -- he make a lot of move with dakota fanning -- >> tom cruise! >> no. >> jimmy: that is not correct. >> african, american-african guy. >> michael kordell! >> no, he -- halle berry -- >> denzel washington? >> jimmy: that is correct. plause yes, corinne, there you are with denzel. what happened? that's in our parking lot, right? >> i got him a lot, he know me, he's very nice. >> jimmy: i bet he does. [ laughter ] >> he's the best actor for me, i love him. >> jimmy: yehya, name this
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famous celebrity but don't name them. >> no, don't say the name. >> jimmy: yes. >> that celebrity, she do country music with -- >> taylor swift? >> no, no, the one that she do with kenny rogers. >> jimmy: very good clue. >> kenny rogers, country music. >> dolly parton? >> jimmy: that's right! [ cheers and applause ] >> yes, yes! >> jimmy: yehya, where did you meet dolly parton? >> i don't say the restaurant name? >> jimmy: you can. >> it's closed now. medeo. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: was she nice? >> so very nice. one guy, he push me, man, why you push me? so very nice. >> jimmy: we have a tied game. who is our next celebrity, yehya? >> oh, the guy, he is actor, he is music -- you know him tooo >> justin timberlake! >> no, american-african too.
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>> jamie foxx. >> jimmy: that's right. that is right. [ cheers and applause ] >> i don't say the name. >> jimmy: that's her dad. that's her dad. >> that's the dad? he's nice. >> i can't see, though. >> no, come on. >> jimmy: corinne's leading 200-100. yehya, name this famous celebrity. >> whoa. that the guy, nice man, beautiful, make the movie fighting club -- >> brad pitt? >> jimmy: that is right! [ cheers and applause ] brad pitt from the movie "fighting club." >> he know my name, he's very nice with me. one day, don't see me long time, "yehya, how you been?" crazy. probably got picture of me, he's so nice. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: were you running alongside his truck when you took his photo? [ laughter ] >> actually, he give the valet the money, i stand next to car. he tell me, got picture? i say, one more. you know me, i love to take a picture.
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>> jimmy: great story, you've got to write a book. [ laughter ] the next celebrity is this gentleman. you know this guy. >> oh, that the gentleman, the guy, he control usa, american. >> barack obama. >> no. not african-american. >> joe biden? >> jimmy: not joe biden, not barack obama. >> one before obama -- >> george bush. >> jimmy: no. >> not george bush. >> jimmy: that was a bad clue, yehya. go ahead, corinne? >> bill clinton. >> that is right, corinne! [ applause ] >> super nice with me, you know me, jimmy, you tell them. he's parked the car for me here, he signed my picture, i'm with him. >> maybe he thought you were hosni mubarak. >> no, mubarak died. >> jimmy: oh. corinne, you've got a commanding lead. >> all right. >> jimmy: who is our next celebrity, yehya? go ahead. >> oh -- hello. that's me on the phone. >> adele?
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>> music died. >> lionel richie? [ cheers and applause ] ♪ hello ♪ >> hello, that's me on the phone. >> jimmy: all right. we got one more. this is for 200 points, so here we go. yehya, name this famous celebrity. >> oh, that guy -- he's the one with sylvester stallone, you know the last move with arnold, whatever he have, it's a -- >> jason statham! [ laughter ] >> he's american-african. what that is called that one? >> jimmy: the pectoral muscles? >> idris alba? >> jimmy: no. >> his, what is called? >> jimmy: tell this guy what he looks like. >> he dances -- yeah. he like you. he dance. >> uh -- wesley snipes? [ laughter ] >> no, he dance like you, like
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you. >> terry crews? >> jimmy: it is terry crews! [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] oh, look at that. >> look! >> jimmy: you can take off your blindfolds. i mean, technically it's a tie. really corinne won but it doesn't matter because you're both going home with a prize. >> okay. oh! yeah, that was me! it was me! i love it! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tell them what they won. >> dicky: terry and corinne are each going home with a fly swatter a swatter and bag of ice. >> jimmy: we have the best prizes. yehya, thank you for 15 years of complete nonsense. i do not believe you're not coming back. >> i'm coming. >> jimmy: you are coming back, all right. we have a special gift for you about of you go. >> oh, thank you. >> jimmy: bring in the gift, guillermo. so you can pursue your passion back home, we got you a bouquet of selfie sticks. [ cheers and applause ] yehya, corinne, terry, thank you
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all. we've got a great show tonight. corinne foxx is here, music from greta van fleet. be back with terry right after this. thank you, yehya. >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by car max. be sure your next car is the right car with a 24-hour test drive. yx works on all of this. cosentyx can help you look and feel better by treating the multiple symptoms of psoriatic arthritis. don't use if you're allergic to cosentyx. before starting, get checked for tuberculosis. an increased risk of infections and lowered ability to fight them may occur. tell your doctor about an infection or symptoms, if your inflammatory bowel disease symptoms develop or worsen, or if you've had a vaccine, or plan to. serious allergic reactions may occur. watch me! get real relief with cosentyx.
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me!,” corinne foxx is here. [ cheers and applause ] then later, a grammy award-winning rock band from michigan, their new album comes out on friday. it's called “the battle at garden's gate.” music from greta van fleet. [ cheers and applause ] tomorrow night, anderson cooper and emily vancamp will join us with music from zoe wees. please join us for that. [ cheers and applause ] our first guest forged an unusual path here. athlete, artist, actor, activist, his linkedin profile is incredible. [ laughter ] and now he's the author of an audiobook too. his new memoir, “stronger together,” written with his wife rebecca, is on audible now. please welcome terry crews. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: how you doing? >> oh, man. >> jimmy: good in. >> it's good to be outside. >> jimmy: have you been cooped up? >> this is the first thing i've done in a year, this is crazy. >> jimmy: really? wow. [ cheers and applause ]
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>> we stayed inside, man. >> jimmy: yehya was your return to show business. [ laughter ] do you remember meeting him? >> i think that was back when it wasn't covid. i remember that picture. >> jimmy: for sure. >> oh, we got to touch people, it was nice. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: who's the first celebrity you met when you came out here? >> i got the greatest story, will smith. >> jimmy: will smith, that's a good one. >> this is so wild. i was still playing football at the time. it was 1993. i was with the san diego chargers. i drove up. a friend of mine was a writer on the show. he took me to "fresh prince of bel air," right? and i got to hang out with will and the whole -- and will was this force of nature, man. i mean, he was just the most welcoming, most amazing person. we stayed and laughed, we went to roscoe's chicken and waffles. >> jimmy: really? >> it was crazy. he was inviting everybody, it was a huge party. >> jimmy: at roscoe's? >> yes, after they taped they went to roscoe's. he's playing music out of his bronco in the parking lot. it became this huge -- i'm going, this is how hollywood is!
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i can't wait to come back! [ laughter ] little did i know i would be in this town. >> jimmy: a bronco what year was this? >> he had one of those o.j. broncos. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he did? >> this was before -- it was before ooction j. white, literally, halves the car back then. >> jimmy: wow. >> i'm dating myself. 1993. >> jimmy: i didn't know that, how about that. that was a thing. that's breaking. so now you've written a book, an audio book, right? with your wife. >> yes. >> jimmy: there's a lot of serious stuff. >> yes. >> jimmy: obviously it's about your marriage and it seems also like a lot of it's about things -- you talking about things you did wrong. >> yeah, it's literally -- should be called "mistakes were made, mostly by me." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: right. and whose idea was this, for this? >> i got to say this, i was doing a speaking engagement in vietnam. i do these corporate things where we're talking about positivity, motivation. i get into deep stuff. and this one lady at the end of the conference comes up and she
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said -- because i was telling -- talking about all of the -- the mistakes i made. she said, but how did your marriage survive? and i said, you know what? my wife is right here, i'm going to let her answer your question. and she walked up on the stage, and my wife took over the conference. >> jimmy: telling about the things that you -- this sounds like a nightmare. [ laughter ] >> her perspective. well, no -- this is the thing. it's funny, because what we do is -- we always have this male side and then this female side. but when both of us tell the story at the same time, it's like watching it in 3d. >> jimmy: huh. >> because there's two different perspectives. and that's -- >> jimmy: and you get poked in the eye. [ laughter ] >> and i lose on both per specktives. perfespecti perspectives. but the thing is marriage was instituted about 4,000 years ago, and that was back when people got married as a teen, and you died at 40. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so 20 years, they were like, eh. you're pretty much out of here.
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we're at 32. we're well into it. we said, man, we got to let people know what this is like. that you are stronger together. that you are better off making i. if you can make it work, try. and that's the thing we wanted to tell everybody. >> jimmy: when you named it "stronger together," did you think about the fact that this is also what hillary clinton named her unsuccessful campaign for president? [ laughter ] maybe it should have been "make marriage great again." [ laughter and applause ] >> let's just say, she was married to bill clinton, mistakes were made. >> jimmy: mostly by him. >> they could do this too, right. but one reason why to name it "stronger together," we saw what was happening in the country. we are stronger this way. republican, democrat, male, female, black, white, asian, hispanic. and everybody we noticed, there became these camps, like willful significant gra base. we decided, this is what we have
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to talk about right now. it's just -- there is a way to make things work. we got to do the effort, you know what i mean? make it happen. >> jimmy: revealing this potentially embarrassing information about yourself. is this part -- like is this your atonement? >> yeah, yeah. but you know, you got do know i wrote a book in 2014 called "manhood" that pretty much talked about all that stuff. >> jimmy: right. >> and, you know, addiction to pornography, all the stuff i had done. >> jimmy: you loved pornography? you miss it? >> oh -- you know, not anymore. there were times when i did. >> jimmy: i was kidding. [ laughter ] >> i'm good now, you know what i mean? i got to tell you this, porn, alcohol, the different things like that people think it's a willpower issue. but it's not. it's literally a lack of information issue. >> jimmy: huh. >> once you know what it does, once you really realize -- >> jimmy: your brain? >> exactly. once you start to understand, then it's like, oh, man, you know what? because the trick is, you think it's great. everything works for you. until it doesn't.
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and that is one of the things i really wanted to get out. we talked about this stuff in "manhood." everybody was asking, what does his wife think about this? >> jimmy: now we find out. >> it's really a sequel, you know what i mean? it's the sequel to "manhood." >> jimmy: you know she does the next one without you, right? [ laughter ] that's the way it goes. you, together, now you're out. but you are a person, i get the sense from you, that you are a person who very much wants to improve himself. >> yes. >> jimmy: is very focused on that. >> i mean, first of all, i like to make my mistakes publicly. i'll be honest with you. it's literally -- i am focused on just improving -- but this is the problem is that you're not allowed to do that. even now. >> jimmy: especially now, sure. >> everything gets you canceled. but i only -- i realized, the only way to really grow is to try. and make your mistakes on the fly. this is how i became an actor. i started acting at 30 years old. >> jimmy: right. >> and i learned while i was
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working. i didn't go to school for this stuff. but i made a lot of mistakes. and people didn't notice. finally got this whole thing going. but i look at the period it is now, you're not allowed to ever make an accident, ever make a mistake. >> jimmy: yeah, i know what you're saying. >> no one gives you a second chance. i just want to show people, i'm still here. i'm still alive. we can still keep going because i have a lot of life left. i mean, life expectancy right now is longest it's ever been. and we're going to mess up. it's cool. >> jimmy: what are you planning? are you going to mess something up, so you do another book? [ laughter ] >> you know what? first of all, i have to. because it's natural. because i will mess up again. just not as bad as i did before. >> jimmy: okay, all right. that's good. >> what happens is the mistakes have to get smaller and smaller and smaller. like, i didn't take the trash out. >> jimmy: that would be a very boring book. this one is called "stronger together." it's available -- you can listen to it, you can listen to terry and his wife hash their whole
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this couple is working hard on our state's recovery. you see, they live in california and keeping their vacation in california supports our small businesses and communities. which means that beautiful baby gherkin atop this charcuterie masterpiece is like another brick in the rebuilding of our economy. job well done friends. calling all californians. keep your vacation here and help our state get back to work. and please travel responsibly. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: music from greta van fleet is coming up. our next guest spent her whole life begging her dad to stop embarrassing her. he refused, so she turned it into a sitcom. “dad, stop embarrassing me” stars jamie foxx. it's on netflix now. please say hello to corinne foxx.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome, welcome. great to see you. [ cheers and applause ] how are you? >> i'm great. it's so good to see you. i haven't seen you since "good times." >> jimmy: that's right, "good times" was a good time, wasn't it? >> great time. thank you so much for putting me in it. >> jimmy: thank you for being when in it. >> the highlight of my career. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we restaged -- you performed -- >> i played thelma evans in "good times." viola davis was my mom. it was insane. >> jimmy: i never asked you how much you knew about "good times." >> i had heard of it, but i really studied it once i got the part and fell in love with it. >> jimmy: as a kid, for me, it was one of my favorite shows. it was in syndication, i'd watch it pretty much every day for however many years it was on. >> yeah. >> jimmy: putting it with all those people coming together,
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that was one of -- i really -- honestly, one of the great nights of my life, i have to say. >> 100%. norman lear, he's 90-plus -- >> jimmy: 98. [ cheers and applause ] >> 98 years old and kicking it. i feel like he's more mobile than i am. and i'm 27. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he's physically very capab capable. >> yes, sharp. >> jimmy: mentally very capable. inspiring, gives you hope. and also make yosfeel like a lump at the same time. >> that's what i'm saying, he's more mobile than i am right now. -- >> jimmy: good to see you. your dad was here a couple of weeks ago. >> i saw that, i saw that. >> jimmy: do you watch and you keep up? >> i don't like to see him on late night, because he's -- he embarrasses me. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yes, he does. >> he's so over the top. he's in the crowd, he has the mic, he's doing the whole -- >> jimmy: i never even really thought about that. but i was thinking of stories, but yeah, because everything your parents do embarrasses you. >> everything your parents do is embarrassing. so he's really over the top. he's really embarrassing. [ laughter ]
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>> jimmy: and he's always like that? >> he's never off. he's not home, he's always on. >> jimmy: go ahead and embarrass him, tell us something about him that maybe -- >> oh, this is my chance, my public space to do it. >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah. >> we have a whole show about it, so watch all my embarrassing stories. when i was 10 years old, my dad, he's an entertainer, had to go to clubs and get checks and do things. and so i was 10. he was like, corinne, really quick, we've got to pop in this little thing. he took me to a club with him when i was 10. popping bottles, there's girls, and i'm like, what am i doing here? i know i'm not supposed to be here right now, i know my mom would be mad right now. >> jimmy: what was he doing? >> deejaying, entertaining. literally popping bottles. >> jimmy: being jamie foxx. >> and i'm 10 years old. hi! >> jimmy: yeah my dad never did that. [ laughter ] >> i'm sure, nobody's dad has done that before. >> jimmy: and my dad once popped his shoulder out, but that's about as close as we got.
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[ laughter ] so the show, as you mentioned, a lot of it is based on real events from your life. >> yeah, uh-huh. >> jimmy: your dad's in the show. why aren't you in the show? >> well, the show takes place in my teenage hood. i'm 27 now. i know they still do that with 27-year-olds playing teenagers. but we casted a real teenager, kyla-drew, to play a version of me. what we were looking for wasn't the most over-the-top actress. my dad's going to go all the way. we just needed someone who could give him one look. the look was -- really? really? really? [ laughter ] and she did that and i was like, that's it, that's the look. >> jimmy: as executive entrepreneproducer, you told yourself you were too old for the part. [ laughter ] >> yes, i did. >> jimmy: and tell us one of the stories that is actually based on something that happened to you guys. >> yeah. i think it's the second or third episode. but in the show he goes to sasha -- the name of the
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daughter -- her boyfriend's house and goes to intimidate him and scare him. he brings all his muscular friends. and that really happened to me in real life. [ laughter ] and i didn't know till years later, because my boyfriend was so scared, to tell me, and i didn't know until years later my dad was like, oh, yeah, we went to his house, i brought all my tough friends, we did the whole shotgun speech. i was like, that makes sense you in retrospect, that makes sense. >> jimmy: wow. i feel nowadays he would be arrested for that. [ laughter ] >> probably, probably. i don't think you do that to a 16-year-old boy. >> jimmy: did he behave himself afterwards, your boyfriend? >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: did you notice a change? >> yeah, he was very scared, especially around my dad. it added up. i was like, oh, yeah, that makes sense, that's why he broke up with me, okay. [ laughter ] ? that is funny. a lot of the topics are topics that everybody deals with, but one of them is a relatively new topic. something that's not necessarily in sitcoms very much.
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social media. >> yeah. >> jimmy: also having your dad -- like my parents are on social media, but no one follows them. >> no, no, no. my dad's social media -- i was just telling him the other day, you need somebody to do it. you can hire somebody, like an intern, they can do it for you. because it's so cringeworthy for me. he has no idea what he's doing on there. and then he comments on my instagrams. i have famous people that follow me. michael jordan follows me. he'll comment. "daddy loves you!" [ laughter ] dad, no! i'm 27, almost 30, like please don't comment on my instagram. like it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he's being truthful, daddy does love you, and that's that. >> apparently. daddy when i'm 27. >> jimmy: you moved out of the house? >> no, but he wants me to -- every time i see him, he tries to convince me to move back. no, dad. there's so many people there. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he said 15 or 16 people living at the house.
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>> my grandma, grandpa, aunts, uncles, three cousins, my sister, him. and five of his friends. there's so many people that live 31. >> jimmy: it seems like that's a covid thing, but this is always? >> it's how it is at all times. there's always random people. and now -- i'm never really paying attention to these people. and then years later i'm meeting ed sa sheeran and i'm like, wait, you used to live at our house. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what? >> yeah, i did. he was one of the passer-by people that came and stayed two weeks when he was up and coming. i didn't think twice about it. he was relevant talented, i remember him plying piano. okay, one other guy who's living here. it was ed sheeran. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wow. well, hey. will an ed look-alike be in the show? >> yeah we've got to write him for next season for sure. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: great to see you, thanks for coming. >> great to see you. >> jimmy: congratulations on your big show, "dad, stop embarrassing me" on netflix
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>> jimmy: i want to thank terry crews, corinne foxx and greta van fleet. apologies to matt damon, yehya used up all his time tonight. [ laughter ] tomorrow, anderson cooper and emily vancamp with music from zoe wees. “nightline” is next. thanks for watching, goodnight.
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