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we appreciate your time. right now on jimmy kimmel billy crystal. have a great night! >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- billy crystal. emma corrin. and music from seventeen. and now -- jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, everyone. thank you. thank you very much. welcome. welcome. [ cheers and applause ] hi. i'm jimmy. i'm the host. i appreciate that. [ cheers and applause ] listen, i got to tell you. [ cheers and applause ] that's nice. i am happy to see other human beings, too. [ laughter ] we are coming to you from the city of los angeles, where we have a lot of weird stuff in l.a. this is a strange place to live.
we have earthquakes. we have wildfires. we have kardashians. [ laughter ] we have mountain lions. last night we had cows. >> the cows are believed to have broken free from a nearby meat-packing plant. sheriff's deputies have been trying to corral the cows from cul-de-sacs but they keep escaping. >> they may decide to take matters into their own hands, 3 and we are going to back up. as the cow goes down the street -- and this is one determined cow -- did they get the cow in? did they get the cow in? where is the cow, sir? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: real terror, you don't hear that much on tv. you know, in a place like wyoming, that would have been handled in about ten minutes. [ laughter ] here we have 15 yoga instructors standing on the hoods of their teslas. [ laughter ] shooting instagram videos of the cows. speaking of out-of-control cows, the top karen in congress, marjorie taylor greene --
[ laughter ] -- has introduced legislation she's calling the fire fauci act, which would not fire dr. fauci, it would reduce his salary to zero dollars a year. isn't that crazy she deserves the $174,000 we pay and not him. [ laughter ] klan mom accuses dr. fauci of failing to provide people with accurate information about the covid-19 pandemic. this from the woman that believes hillary clinton eats baby meat pepperoni on her pizzas. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] the fire fauci act is gating some traction among republicans in congress, partly thanks to a release of dr. fauci's emails which has given the q-anuts a new blanket to chew on. >> dr. fauci lied over and over again. now his emails have come out, people have seen the truth. this is not a man that cared about the american people. he lied to president trump and told him millions of people would die, when he stated in his own emails that several hundred thousand people would die.
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: was she hoping for more? [ laughter ] what's going on? how about instead of a fire fauci act they pass a fire marjorie taylor greene out of a cannon act? [ cheers and applause ] into mexico. have a lottery to decide who can light the fuse. marjorie's personal lord and savior, donald trump, i don't know what is going on. trump's inner circle is almost as small as his hands right now. [ laughter ] even jared and ivanka are said to be distancing themselves from presi-daddy. they skipped out on a number of events at mar-a-lago. trump has become so distant from ivanka, he started calling her eric, really sad. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] they say trump is now without his family at his side he has become increasingly surrounded by shady groupies and enablers who take advantage of him to advance their agendas. he's like a monkey and three
giraffes away from being michael jackson in 2008. [ laughter ] while the less of him we get is good news for most of us, for some it's creating financial strain. >> after a half decade of dominating the public consciousness, donald trump is slowly fading from the public eye. you may have forgotten about him. >> but please, don't forget about us. >> did you know 4 out of 5 trump impressionists on cameo are living below the poverty line? >> sad. >> that's horrible. >> we desperately need your help. >> i've got bigly expenses. >> my monthly mortgage, huge. >> trump may not pay his taxes, but i have to. >> we've made sacrifices. >> i gave up my living room for this. >> i gained 75 pounds for this role, and that's a lot. >> i spent $80 a week on spray tan. >> i spent $200 on a trump puppet. what the [ bleep ] was i thinking?
>> i can't even pronounce gina the normal way anymore. >> gina. >> gina. >> gina. >> it's terrible. >> please, keep ordering from us. >> where else are you -- what else are you going to get your a-hole uncle -- >> your nephew who stormed the capitol -- >> need to fire someone, hire me to spice it up. >> i will tell your contractor he is getting stiffed. i will tell your porn star, she is getting stiffed. >> and don't forget about me. be best. >> this has been a message from the trump impressionists of cameo. >> please, don't make me go back to doing borat. that would be -- very nice! [ cheers and applause ] >> paid for by the trump impressionists of america. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: people are hit pretty hard. all right. now it's family time. how old is aunt chippy, guillermo? >> guillermo: she's very old.
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: aunt chippy is my real aunt. and my cousin sal's aunt. we have not seen her a lot because of covid. she lives in las vegas and hasn't been to the show for more than a year. we told her that before she comes into the show, into the theater, she has to have a medical examine, to make sure she's healthy enough to be here. we set up a medical tent in the parking lot. we flew her out. when she showed up, cousin sal and i got to work. ♪ ♪ >> sal: she's in a good mood, i hope. >> jimmy: she probably is. for now. >> sal: if not, just do it a different day. all right. >> jimmy: here we go. >> hi, there. why don't you go ahead and sanitize your hands and sit down and we will get started. what's your first name? >> concetta. >> sorry. slower for me. >> concetta.
>> jimmy: she's already mad. >> all right. let me get a few of these screeners out of the way. how often do you exercise? >> never. [ laughter ] >> how often do you urinate? >> mostly in the middle of the night. [ laughter ] >> do you make a bowel movement? >> when i have to, yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: okay. >> jimmy: and how's that? >> and how is that for you? >> fine. >> okay. >> jimmy: do you love it? >> do you love it? is it something -- >> do i what? >> do you love it? >> do i love it? >> is it easy for you, is it difficult? >> sal: how long does it take? >> how long does it take? [ laughter ] >> how long does it take to move my bowels? >> yes, just in case there's something where we need to look at it being a longer amount of time or -- >> no, it's a normal time. >> okay, normal. do you smoke? >> yes. >> jimmy: how much? >> how much? >> maybe two cigarettes a day. >> two. >> jimmy: i would have guessed more. >> i would have guessed more. [ laughter ] looks like you have a life
expectancy of 49. >> i should have died at 49? >> why, that would have been like 1992. [ laughter ] got to get you measured. >> oh, this, i hate this. >> jimmy: when you get the number, go "whoa." >> whoa. [ laughter ] >> what? what? >> jimmy: i think you set the record. >> i think you've set the record. >> jimmy: maybe if you smoked more than two cigarettes. >> maybe if you smoked more than two -- >> i don't smoke more than two. >> okay, but it is good to lose weight. >> huh? >> it's good to lose weight. >> tell me about it. [ laughter ] let me tell you something. when i was nine months pregnant, i weighed 140 pounds.p>> jimmy:? >> what happened? [ laughter ] all right, let me get the doctor for you, one second. >> jimmy: when you come in, say "wow, i hear you weigh a lot."
>> i'm dr. morrell. hi, doctor. >> wow, i hear you weigh a lot. laugh. >> yeah, i do. >> you can take your mask off. i'm going to check your hearing real quick. [ ringing noise ] >> i hear it. [ ringing noise ] >> yeah? >> oh, that's so loud. >> you can hear it? >> it's really loud. >> so can i! [ laughter ] >> quick reflex check. nothing happened. it's like banging on a mannequin. [ laughter ] >> on the fricking head. >> all right, covid tends to have people lose their smell. we're going to do a smell test, okay? put this on. i need to make sure you still have smell. >> i don't want to do this. >> jimmy: you have to identify these scents. >> you have to identify these scents. can you smell that? >> i smell it but it doesn't
smell very good. >> jimmy: maybe hold it. >> all right, maybe hold it, that will help. here, i'm going to put your hands -- smell that? what is that? any better? >> i have no idea, get the hell out -- this is [ bleep ]. >> take off the mask. >> yeah, i would -- get this thing out of my hands. >> there you go. >> oh [ bleep ]. [ laughter ] >> oh, we have to use that for the next patient. [ applause ] >> [ bleep ]. i'm going back to vegas. >> oh, you live in vegas? >> yeah, i had to come in at 1:30 this morning for this. >> are you a gambler? >> jimmy: sorry, excuse me, i have a little cold. >> excuse me, i have a little cold. [ laughter ] let's get you on the table. we have to do a test. down here. this measures the force in your body. lay down. >> the force? >> the amount of force, yes.
>> jimmy: i want to make sure it be with you. >> we want to make sure it be with you. >> i'm supposed to be dead at 49. [ laughter ] >> you like gambling? >> sure. >> jimmy: where do you like to play? what do you like to play? >> what do you like to play? >> slots. >> jimmy: i never gamble when i go to vegas. >> i never gamble when i go to vegas. >> that's good what do you do? >> jimmy: all hookers. >> all hookers. >> all hookers? i have three daughters over there, none are hookers. >> we're almost on our final part of our exam. we're going to go ahead and do a colonoscopy. [ laughter ] we're going to bring in a team for that. >> hey, hey, no, no, tell jimmy i was here, i send my regards, i love him. but the next time i see him, i'm going to beat the [ bleep ] out of him. [ laughter ] [ applause ] oh, that's it! that's -- that's it! >> jimmy: did someone call for a colonoscopy? >> sal: all right, here we are.
>> i knew it! >> jimmy: bend over. >> i came in -- >> jimmy: this man is a doctor. >> what the hell's the matter with you two? >> just turn over -- >> they should give you a lobotomy, that's what they should do with the two of you. i can't get over that i'm thinking, my 8:30 flight was delayed until 12:45 last night. get it -- you son of a bitch -- >> what, me? >> what's the matter with you guys? and you, you could make a living doing something better than this. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: all right there you go. thanks. she will be missed. we have a good show tonight.
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please join us then. [ cheers and applause ] our first guest tonight is a five-time emmy winner and nine-times oscar host is here tonight because he is tired of being at home and his talk of returning to the role in loveable one-eyed mike in "monsters at work" premiering july 7th on disney plus. please welcome billy crystal. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> actual people. >> jimmy: i know, right? yeah, they're humans. [ cheers and applause ] >> you have no -- you have every idea how much this means. [ laughter ]
no, sincerely. i have been, like we all have -- i've been, like, in zoom cave world. >> jimmy: you really have. >> terrible. >> jimmy: you took it very seriously. >> i did not come out. now i feel like a chilean miner. [ laughter ] people! it's people! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm glad you came. i am glad you came. i was wondering -- i know you were debating should i come in. >> i heard people, i said no. i wanted to see you. and the interesting thing is, when you have been zooming as long as we've all been zooming, when you finally see somebody, it's amazing how much bigger you are in person. [ laughter ] fantastic. you know, listen. we got a lot done. you have had some amazing shows. >> jimmy: well, thanks. [ cheers and applause ] you know what, i'm just glad to have -- people watching them. >> and going back, i thought the emmys was fantastic. i called you right away. >> jimmy: oh, thank you. [ cheers and applause ]
>> i have played to empty arenas. but when you do an award show like that and you made it as good as you did. i just thought it was -- >> jimmy: you're very nice to say that. i consider you to be the finest of all of the oscar hosts, and i very much appreciate it. [ cheers and applause ] you know, on zoom we can't really whack each other off like we are here right now. [ laughter ] >> if i was in vaudeville, the hat would have spun around. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: let me ask you this question. because i know you are a big clipper -- did you watch -- of course you watched the game. >> ugh. >> jimmy: that was a hard -- i was thinking of you while i was watching the game. >> yes. and then i lit a york side lamp. reduce. reconfigure. [ laughter ] yeah, no, no. that was a heartbreaker. we are down 0-2, which we were the other two series. we got them right where we want them. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it is an interesting psychology to be a clippers fan. don't you think?
i did sports here for a long time. i always made fun of the clippers. in a way i do not ever want them to win. you just need one team that never wins, so that you can reference them. [ laughter ] >> no. no. we need a team that will win once. we have been good for ten years now. we haven't been great, we just kept getting closer. putting it all in perspective, where i first started with the team, 27 years ago, as i put it, $3.2 million. [ laughter ] sometimes the teams were so bad, the players would leave in the third quarter to beat the traffic. [ laughter ] [ applause ] there was one season that we won 12 games. 12 games. the nba gave us participation trophies. [ laughter ] which i thought that was good. but we got a real shot. >> jimmy: who is the greatest
clippers player of all-time? >> we are going to be playing against him, chris paul. that is just our luck. [ laughter ] now, we've had some really amazing players. we have also had some really incredibly strange players. choices. draft picks. >> jimmy: who do you think is the strangest? >> i am not going to be insulting. he was a really good player but his name was ba notice benjamin. a terrific center, 7'2". he had this very tiny head. [ laughter ] very wide shoulders and looked like a bottle of perfume. [ laughter ] [ applause ] here is how troubled his career was with us. we had a great player named marcus johnson, played for ucla. >> jimmy: ucla, yeah. >> he was a milwaukee buck and ended his career with us. they are playing together. marcus grabs the rebound, turns to run upcourt and runs into
benjamin's ass, hits his head with it, broke a bone in his neck, ended his career. that's how bad benoit benjamin was. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: benoit. we'll call him benoti. somebody has been telling me it has been 30 years since "city slickers" came out, which seems crazy. >> i know. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i mean, that is nuts. >> it is crazy. actually a year, jimmy, of all kinds of anniversaries that are strange. 30 for city slickers. 20 for a movie i directed called "61" on hbo. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, yeah, yes. >> they ran on the anniversary in april. it is the 20th anniversary of "monsters, inc.," which we'll talk about in a little bit. [ cheers and applause ] the 35th anniversary of a movie that i truly love called "running scared" that i did with gregory hines.
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: gregory hines, right. >> then to top it all off, it was our 51st wedding anniversary june 4th. >> jimmy: what? you and janice? >> yes. the 50th is the golden. 51st is the moderna. [ laughter ] the moderna anniversary. you're so far away. >> jimmy: i know, it's crazy. >> meanwhile, your aunt is beyond belief. [ laughter ] what you do to her is absolutely insane. >> jimmy: do you have a relative that you do things like that to? >> no, no, no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: really? >> no, they're all dead. [ laughter ] an elaborate prank like that and the mouth on that woman. [ laughter ] she's amazing. >> jimmy: yeah, she is. >> she's all of my neighbors. [ laughter ] she's all of my neighbors. >> jimmy: if you followed her around with a camera, that is how she is all the time with everyone. >> i love her, i thought she was great. >> jimmy: she'll be delighted to hear that. you know, we wanted her to be here but she didn't pass the
medical exam. [ laughter and applause ] she wanted to see it. she answered some of the questions wrong. >> yeah. so -- where were we? talking about "city slickers." >> jimmy: you were talking about that, and i wanted to about jack pallance. he played curly in the movie. he won the academy award for that. there he is. there you are together. [ cheers and applause ] he is an actor who hadn't really been around for a long time before that. >> jack was in the first movie that i ever saw, which was "shane," which was a fantastic western. >> jimmy: right. >> if you get a chance, watch it. it's an amazing western. he was very scary in the movie. >> jimmy: yes. >> so when we started writing the script for it, we said, who could be curly? once we knew what the characters were going to be. i said, it's got to be jack pallance, he's like the last of the cowboys and he's terrifying. if we could get him it would be such a coup. i never met him before.
we write the script. we get it to his agent. we get a call, he'd like to meet. ron underwood and i, ron's director of the movie, ron's such a charming guy. he's a diminutive guy but a little bit of an overbite and bangs. [ laughter ] no, i mean, you'd think he was a puppeteer. [ laughter ] like at the end of the puppeteer shows they have black turtlenecks, they peer over the curtain and they wave? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: like a children's -- a sock puppeteer. >> and we meet at the bar at the bel air hotel. he is 20 minutes late. i am really nervous. the history. i mean it was like the first movie. jack walks in. he is dressed in a beautiful black suit with a black turtleneck and looks amazing. he is scary as hell. i feel like i am about to have a martini with dracula. [ laughter ] that is what it feels like. he sits down and he does not speak for a minute. we don't know what to say.
i just said, "you know, i just -- i'm so thrilled to meet you, you know, we wrote this for you." and he goes, "save it!" [ laughter ] "i really liked this a lot." [ laughter ] "and i think i would do very well as curly." [ laughter and applause ] i feel like i'm about to have drinks with an iguana in a nice suit. "i think that it's very funny." [ laughter ] [ applause ] "so count me in." so i said, great, do you want to get some food?
"no. i think i'll just have a fly." [ laughter ] [ applause ] so we do the movie. it goes great. fortunately it was a very big hit and all of that. >> jimmy: huge hit, yeah, right. >> now it comes awards time. we are nominated, both of us, pardon the expression, golden globe awards. [ laughter ] this is 30 [ bleep ] years ago. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you monster. >> yeah. jack's award comes up first. he's nominated for best supporting actor in a movie, i'm up for best actor in a comedy. jack wins. i'm sitting next to him, wearing tuxedos, the whole deal. oh my god, he's going to get an academy award nomination for this part! he gets up, makes a quick speech. the miss golden globe girl takes him to the press room -- no, he comes back down, sits next to
me. i said, jack, you're supposed to go to the press room. he goes, "[ bleep ] the press." [ cheers and applause ] i said, but jack, no. "i want to be here when you win." >> jimmy: oh! >> five minutes later, "and the winner is morgan freeman." [ laughter ] jack gets up and starts walking away quickly. i said jack, where are you going. he said, "to the [ bleep ] press room, you lost!" [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: billy crystal. we'll be right back. >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by quickvue at home otc covid test. take 10 minutes, take charge. ♪ ♪ ♪ ohhhhhhh ♪
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>> jimmy: my kids are -- my daughter is almost 7, my younger kids. and my son is 4. they love "monsters, inc.," they love this movie. it's weird, it's been 20 years, as you said, since the movie came out. >> yeah. >> jimmy: there are memes always with the "monsters, inc." characters. you see that. >> yeah, memes. that's what my aunt sheila used to call marcel marceau. [ laughter ] a "meme." you know, he's in a box, he's walking against the wind, he's a meme, a meme. i hate memes, get the car, i don't want to see a meme. [ laughter and applause ] it keeps going and going. now people -- like you, you saw it when you were young-er. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well yeah. >> now you can watch it with them, it's pretty cool. >> jimmy: it's great. it's a tv series, watch it every week. "monsters at work" premieres
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way. now we have a real-life fairytale for you. ten years ago our next guest stood in front of buckingham palace, waving a daffodil at william and kate. now flowers are being thrown at her for her portrayal of princess diana in "the crown." please welcome emma corrin. [ cheers and applause ] hi, emma, how are you? >> yeah, i'm good. >> jimmy: have you done a video chat with a studio audience before? >> no. not with a live studio audience. >> jimmy: say hello to everyone. [ cheers and applause ] there they are. it is a little weird. thank you. i know it is late where you are, you are in london. >> yeah, i'm in london, it's 1:00 a.m. >> jimmy: do you usually stay up this late? >> absolutely not. i'm notoriously bad at staying up late. it's like 10:30 and i'm out, yeah. >> jimmy: your dress looks dangerous. [ laughter ] >> thank you.
1:00 a.m. i might as well break the studs out. but jimmy, i have got my slippers on as well. they go really well. [ applause ] >> jimmy: the dress is practical, too. if you were to nod off, you'd get poked and you'd wake right back up. [ laughter ] >> honestly, i was doing this earlier. i haven't got much range of motion, you know? >> jimmy: you've got enough. i mentioned in your intro that you were -- well, you know the story. you were outside the royal wedding in the group, in a sea of people that were there to celebrate and see it. you must have thought about that when you got this role. >> yeah. kind of insane and also i had not been a massive royal family person before that. but i just remember -- ten years ago, i remember, i was 15. that's maths. i was with my friend katherine.
we got very, very swept up in the royal wedding fever, probably because we were bored and incredibly single. we decided to go but we also decided the night before that we would -- we stayed up late, went in our pajamas to the supermarket, bought the dvd they made of the william and kate love story, the one they make with the really bad acting, so sorry. >> jimmy: oh, really? like one of those kind of made for television deals? >> yeah, one of those ones, which is so bad that it's so good, like phenomenal. we watched that. we were so into it. the next day we got the train. we tad on the mall with everyone else. i remember we were so excited. my friend kathryn had this huge inflatable daffodil. she is from wales. i think that's a welsh thing. otherwise i just made it up. [ laughter ] she had this huge inflatable daffodil.
i remember watching the footage back to see if we could get a glimpse of ourselves, we couldn't see ourselves, but we did see in the middle of these crowds this massive inflatable daffodil she was holding and up waving. >> jimmy: wow. the daffodil went on to become very famous, i guess. speaking of very famous, when you take on a role like this, this was your first big role out of college, right? >> yeah. yeah. >> jimmy: does it hit you, you're playing somebody that everybody knows very, very well? i would imagine that your reaction is, i'd better learn every possible thing about this person. >> yeah, absolutely. i mean, it was at first sort of like, i wanted to sort of bury myself under a carpet for a long time, process it. that still hasn't really happened. then yeah, i sort of just tried to absorb as much information, like a sort of sponge, as i could. and then, yeah. i guess to be honest the person that helped the most with this is my mom.
she is a speech therapist. i just realized i said that wrong, i slurred, sorry, mom, 1:00 a.m. >> jimmy: you couldn't pick any two words -- [ laughter ] it's like misspelling the word misspell. >> right? yes. she's a speech therapist. she was amazing. and helped me with my auditions when i was prepping for them. >> jimmy: oh, so she analyzed diana, and she would give you tips? or would she do it herself? how would it work? >> she would give me tips on the voice. initially, before i started working with william coniker, the dialect coach, my mom would help me. yeah, we'd go through the light sides that i was given, she'd help me do the voice and say,
she speaks with this kind of lilt at the end of her voice. it was very sweet. >> jimmy: now that you are associated with princess diana, do people tell you things about her, things that are not commonly known? >> yeah. i do worry that this is something that will follow me the rest of my life. the sort of thing that no matter where i go, and it happens especially at family gatherings or when i'm with friends of friends. especially older people, i guess who were around in her time. then they all have a story. and they all like assume that i am very much interested in their diana stories. [ laughter ] which i am. but to a certain extent. >> jimmy: well, it depend on this the story, i guess. what kinds of stories? >> it depends on the story. they all tend to be the same. i promise you it's true. it's the thing like, oh, i have a diana story, so i was, you know, well, actually, my
sister's best friend's roommate, and she was like once sitting next to diana at a dinner.pit's. it's always two people removed, sitting next to her at dinner, or shook her hand somewhere. it's 90% of the people i meet have a diana story. >> jimmy: so i shouldn't tell you the story of when i was in london -- [ laughter ] she was in the theater, everybody gathered around, i said, why are people gathering around, they said diana's in there, i said i'm going to have ten beers, then i did, then i stumbled back, then she walked out with prince charles? [ laughter ] >> no. but wait, what did you do, did you talk to her? >> jimmy: oh, no, i was just in the crowd looking at her. [ laughter ] you know, i was in high school. [ laughter and applause ] so don't tell that story? i shouldn't share that story with you is what i'm saying? >> absolutely, no, i can't believe you did.
that's actually quite a good po >> jimmy: thank you. you're very nice to say that, but i can tell that you're lying, yes. [ laughter ] emma, you are great in the show. and it is a great show. "the crown." all four seasons are on netflix. emma corrin, thank you for staying up late, emma. [ cheers and applause ] we will be back with seventeen. >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz, the best or nothing.
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