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>> jimmy: hi, i'm jimmy kimmel. have you seen the revolutionary and amazing dyson air multiplier? yes? no? well, my trusty sidekicks guillermo and yehya haven't, and it's time to play "what the hell is that?" hey, look at this. there they are, guillermo and yehya. gentlemen, the question that we pose to you tonight is, what the hell is that? you've rung in. >> -- go to -- i don't know -- >> jimmy: it is not, no. guillermo? >> oh. i think it's a fan. >> jimmy: yeah, it's a fan.
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with cleto and the cletones. ♪ it's jimmy kimmel live and now, wait a minute, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, cleto. well, hello there. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you for being here. most of all, i want to thank you for leaving in an hour. i like to say that in advance so we don't have stragglers. i hope the fathers in our audience had a good father's day. yesterday was father's day. a day on which dads across the country are remained through crappy gifts how much more their children love mommy. [ laughter ] do you know people on average spend $35 less on their father for father's day than they do on
mom for mother's day? that is a rip. why is that? my son didn't get me anything for father's day. my daughter gave me a shirt. and then my son said, i'll get you something in mexico. he's going to mexico. [ laughter ] i swear. i told him, the only thing i want from mexico, i already got and he's standing right there by the door. [ cheers and applause ] my real son. so we went to see the x-men movie and i made him pay for the tickets. another blow to the mexican economy. today, by the way, is the last day of spring. ever. because of global warming, spring has been eliminated. from now on, we go directly from winter to summer. it's su pfd to be 80 degrees here in l.a. tomorrow. it's warm. we've come up with a fun new way to beat the heat. let's go out to hollywood boulevard where cousin sal is standing by. hello, cousin sal. >> hey, cousin jimmy. >> jimmy: cousin sal has rounded up some married couples who are
just passing by. what are your names? >> yitka. >> andrew. >> jimmy: really, come on what are your names? >> yeah really. >> jimmy: where are you from? >> u.k. >> wales. >> yitka is your name? >> yeah, it is. >> jimmy: and andrew? >> from wales. >> jimmy: this is a fun game we play here in america all the time. >> he says it's a fun game. [ laughter ] he got it. >> jimmy: it's called would you like to dunk a milk shake on your husband's head? >> yeah, i would. >> jimmy: you would? you know what a milk shake is? >> yae, i do. >> jimmy: very good. in that case, we're going to take you up to the roof. the idea is from the roof you have to dump a milk shake on your husband's head. all right. [ laughter ] wow, she wasted absolutely no time going up there. [ applause ] andrew. >> hello. >> jimmy: has she done this to you before? >> no, nothing. >> jimmy: we gave you those safety glasses or you had them with you? >> i've got them there.
>> jimmy: she seems eager to do this to you. trouble at home? >> we only just got married. we got married in vegas two weeks ago. i'm hoping things are still okay. >> jimmy: how long have you known each other? >> well, nine years. we got married nine year to the day we first met. >> jimmy: oh, nine years to the day you -- wait a minute. wow, so that's a long courtship. >> yeah, not bad. yes. >> jimmy: what was the holdup? >> we didn't want to rush things. took it easy. >> jimmy: well, you didn't. is it legal -- it's legal to get married here in the united states? it applies when you get back to wales? >> yeah, we got married in vegas, honeymooned in hawaii, and we're just stopping off here on the way back home. >> jimmy: where in vegas did you get married? >> in the red rock canyon. >> jimmy: oh, really? in the canyon or in the hotel? >> no, no, the red rock mountains. >> jimmy: the red rock mountains. who did you get married by, a got? >> be honest. >> no, no, it was a company just
arranged it for us. >> jimmy: a company arranged it for you. yeah, we pull this prank on people that to the united states all the time. you're not married. in fact, not that she's on the roof, good time to get out of here. if you're having any second thoughts. there's guillermo. he's up on the roof. how did he get up there so fast? guillermo, what are you doing up there? >> i'm putting the milk shake in the cup. >> jimmy: you are? okay. what flavor milk shake is it? >> chocolate. >> jimmy: okay, it's a chocolate milk shake. you're putting some whipped cream. is that how you like it, with whipped cream on top? >> yeah, and bananas but we don't have no bananas. >> jimmy: okay. so that is a -- we've converted -- lacks like a pole -- oh, go air mow -- >> sorry. >> jimmy: he's not your husband. >> sorry. >> jimmy: it's okay. just -- hey, gee air mow, you're doing it again. you have to be -- this is why his family got out of the tight rope business. [ laughter ] oh, and there you are, okay, great.
okay, you've got that -- that's what we need, the pole because the ledge is there in the way been guillermo, what are you doing? >> i'm trying to help her. >> jimmy: yeah, looks like it. she's going to wind up pregnant. be very careful. all right. so now your husband is down below with cousin sal. cousin sal's got an imbrel umbrella on his head. >> mr. clean's about to get very dirty here. >> jimmy: all right, here we go. let's do this. are you ready? >> ready. >> jimmy: do it. here we go. oh! that's pretty good. all right. now, andrew, you get -- you go up on the roof, switch spots and you can try to dump one on her head, all right? >> will do. >> jimmy: all right. [ applause ] hey, speaking of doomed relationships, new episodes of "the bachelorette" here tonight
on abc. ashley and her 11 remaining bachelors traveled to thailand. the producers have been promising a big surprise. usually a big surprise in thailand involves finding a penis where there wasn't supposed to be one. the suppressis up surprise i wo the return of bentley. he pretended to be interested but the whole time said terrible things behind her back. of course she fell in love with him. for the last two weeks it seems like all we hear is the name bentley. >> my heart is still aching from bentley leaving. >> tough week, bentley leaving. >> it was so person when bentley left. >> spending time with him is really what i needed to start getting over bentley. i'm afraid i would have overlacked him if bentley was still here. i'm so scared i'm never going to be able to get over this bentley thing. spending time with the guys is really what i needed to start getting over bentley. i'm really scared to open myself up to somebody who might become another bentley. part of me wants to tell him how
i felt about bently and maybe it will sur pass what i felt for bentley. now that bentley's gone, i'm seeing a lot of great things in other guys. i've been thinking bentley is the guy who was going to be there in the end. if i don't get closure with bentley, i'm afraid i might never find love again. i'm still thinking about bentley. >> bentley aside, let's not worry about that. >> i do still feel like i might be holding on to bentley. bentley. bentley. bentley. bentley. bentley. >> have you put everything past here with bentley? >> to answer that very honestly, i'm still a little bit hung up. >> jimmy: on bentley. the receptionist at the bentley corporation doesn't say the word "bentley" that many times. so tonight not only were the guys on shot competing for ashley's affection, they actually had to fight for her affection. they fought each other in the thai boxing match. thai boxing is -- it's just like regular boxing only with condensed milk instead of -- and kicking in the head also.
this really is the best way to determine the winner. have them punch or kick each other in the head. at the end, whichever one is still alive wins the girl. send the roses to the funeral homes. one the guys boxing, even though he was -- well, look at this. he wound up with a concussion. >> as i'm watching ameames, i a literally shaking. i am so nervous for him. i cannot even focus on the fight that's happening right now. i'm so concerned about ames. he says that he's fine but i can really tell he's shaken up. >> jimmy: look at that face. he's clearly in love. competition of slightly less violent variety happened last night in vegas. the 60th annual miss usa pageant. you have to hand it to nbc. somehow nbc managed to assemble an absolutely star-studded panel of judges. >> mar mariel hemingway. >> rocco despirito. >> the first lady of nails, suzi
wise fishman. >> lil' jon. >> the center from the 2011 champion dallas mavericks tyson chandler. >> jimmy: wait a minute, did they get the first lady of nails? and that wasn't all. >> from bravo's hit show "the real housewives of new jersey," caroline manzo. and pane gillette. marcus allen. and miss universe 2006, miss rivera! >> jimmy: oh, of course. is this the miss usa pageant or the cast of next season's "celebrity rehab?" because it's starting to -- 21-year-old alisa from here in california won miss usa. so in your face, uglier states. [ applause ] she will now go on to compete in the miss universe competition. her runner-up miss tennessee will go on to marry an orthodontist so congratulations.
meanwhile, miss alaska, bristol palin, is back in the news. she's releasing a memoir tomorrow called "not afraid of life, my journey so far." she told the story how she lost her virginity. she lost it on a hike while drinking wine coolers? wine coolers? 1988? bristol and her boyfriend were on a camp trip, drunk on wine coolers. when she woke up in the morning, she said she didn't remember a thing. it's like something out of a fairy tale. they really are america's royal couple. let's check in with the roof. there you are, andrew. she did not splatter your beautiful bald head. she was unable to hit you. but do you believe you will be able to hit her? >> oh, yes, definitely. >> jimmy: definitely? why do you say definitely? >> oh, this is payback i think. >> jimmy: it is. because the intent was there. she might not have actually hit you but she wanted to hit you. >> my wife is always right so it
will be nice to get one back on her. >> jimmy: she's always right. all right. here we go. there it is. the milk shake high above the -- many stories above hollywood boulevard. all right. go ahead, do it, andrew. [ applause ] well, we have a gift for both of you for being good sports. we got -- you see the replay. a gift certificate for a milk shake at the disney ice cream shop. >> he got you, didn't he? >> jimmy: how are you feeling? is it cold? >> yeah, a little bit cold. >> jimmy: what flavor is that one? is that one chocolate too? >> yeah, chocolate. >> jimmy: again, welcome to the united states. congratulations. >> thank you. >> jimmy: president obama and
speaker of the house john boehner crossed party lines this past weekend to play golf. obama, he avoided an out of bounds penalty on the 14th hole when an errant tee shot took a lucky bounce off of oprah hiding in the bushes and he and boehner wound up winning it. the winners got $2. that was the bet. $2. now if they could just do that 7 trillion more times, our budget problem is solved. i tell you, it's nice to see boehner and obama playing together. who knows, maybe it will help. you can see, there they are. having a good time. they shared a private moment together before -- watch. obama just missed this one. but afterwards, they went off into the trees for a second. i thought this was a nice thing. you know, there's so many differences. but still they were able to come together and relieve themselves. simultaneously. you know, that never would have
happened with a president hillary clinton. i think. and let's go out on the street for a second there and check in with cousin sal. okay, you got another couple there? >> yeah, these two are ready to go. >> jimmy: which one of you would like to do the dumping first? >> i will. >> jimmy: you will do the dumping first? head up to the roof there. we'll come back to you a little later in the show. as i mentioned before, summer is upon us. a lot of kids are getting out of school this week. hang in there. only a few more days left. remember, hooking leads to hooking, kids so stay in school. summer vacation means summer jobs. with the economy the way it is these days, it might not be so easy to find a summer job. we went out to hollywood boulevard who asked some of the folks who dress up in costume in front of our theater. these are successful professionals. if they had any advice for america's unemployed young people. turns out at least one of them did. >> my advice for summer job
would be to start your own business. i actually bought these little sheds from home depot and i started like a community for the homeless people. like i was charging only $100 a month for -- to live in a box. and i cut a hole in the box for air. you know, that way they could breathe in there. then one day a dump truck came by and picked up one of the boxes and there's some guy named dan in there. he was homeless. they dumped him somewhere. and the other homeless guy said, hey. he was like, the dump truck came by and they picked up dan's house today. and i was like, oh. so that's my homeless community fell apart. because all the other homeless people decided it wasn't safe there anymore. so i guess to sum it all up, the world is your oyster, kids. because it's -- there's money out there if you just go, like, do stuff.
>> jimmy: that's really good advice. [ applause ] we have a good show for you tonight. from the band maroon 5, and the show "the voice," adam levine is here. we have music from panic at the disco and we'll be right back with owen wilson so stick around. [ male announcer ] now, for a limited time only,
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this photograph. then later with music from their latest album "vices & virtues," panic at the disco from the bud light outdoor stage. tomorrow night we'll be joined by eva mendes, jim florentine will be here, and we'll have music from pitbull. and later this week molly shannon, rosario dawson, and music from matt nathanson and jill scott. so join us for those shows. our first guest is an actor whose range spans from woody allen to lightning mcqueen in one weekend. he has two movies in theaters, right now, woody allen's "midnight in paris," and the big new pixar movie "cars 2" opens in theaters friday. please say hello to owen wilson. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's good to see you. >> good to see you. >> jimmy: i saw you this weekend at the movies.
i went to see "midnight in paris." really good. >> oh, thank you. appreciate that. >> jimmy: was it fun playing, like -- a part woody al one have played himself -- >> yeah. it was fun. it was kind of -- i guess i was sort of playing kind of a woody allen kind of surrogate role he might have played himself. i never met him. he wrote me a letter saying, would i be interested in this. >> jimmy: really? >> i was interested. and then four months later i showed up in paris and would never have spoken on the phone or obviously met. and he asked me how my flight was. i said it was good. uneventful. he said, well, this will be the last you hear from me. and it was kind of like for the first few week. we did not really talk. he didn't have much direction. i'd kind of do something. look over. seems good. >> jimmy: really? >> he'd be over on his iphone a lot. that actually is where we began to kind of find some common ground.
where we began to sort -- because i found out he was always just -- i thought, is he looking at shot selections? he was just checking the weather. and so i'd start saying, like, woody, is there any place over 100 today? he'd say, let me check. yeah, yeah, cairo is 108. i'd go, no kidding. now, what about like some place -- here, i'll look. and he was very excited about the weather so that's what we bonded over. >> jimmy: wow. you pretended to be excited about the weather? i would assume you're not that excited -- >> i was excited to be making a connection with woody so -- >> jimmy: right. because you think, yeah, you're going to be in another country with woody and you're going to maybe spend some quality time together. >> yeah, not so much. >> jimmy: i heard you brought your dog over there. >> i did. i -- this is a very dog friendly city. and that was another thing with woody. i mean, i didn't expect him to be -- he was terrified of my dog. i mean, i knew he wasn't going to be jack london maybe but i didn't think he was going to be
like just like literally almost shrieking in terror at gar sea when garcia, my dog, would come on set. but -- >> jimmy: what kind of dog do you have? >> just like a little, you know, australian cattle dog. it's not like a pit bull or anything. but it was funny. his family actually loved to see the dog because they're not allowed to have pets. because of his kind of phobia. and his daughter was over, you know, kind of excited to see garcia. and she was actually said to me one day, she said, i really wish my dad would put bloopers at the end of his movies. >> jimmy: what? >> and it made me think, woody allen movies with bloopers. it was hard to imagine. i kind of wanted to see. yeah, that's a good idea. i wanted her to go -- because he was over on his iphone. i was like, why don't you -- go, yeah, you should tell your dad that. she was like, nah, he won't get how great bloopers are.
i don't know. >> jimmy: wow, that's pretty -- how old is his daughter? >> 10 i think. >> jimmy: okay, all right. so bloopers. >> bloopers. >> jimmy: maybe she'll be a director and she'll have bloopers in all her -- >> crimes and misdemeanors. >> jimmy: this dog is not the "marley & me" dog. that was a movie, this is real life. >> yeah, that was a labrador. but you know, when i was working down in miami on that movie, is an act wiually, i stayed on one those manmade islands on your way into south beach. i actually stayed -- my house was next door to shaquille o'neal's. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> yeah, and they'd have tour boats that would go around. the guy would say, and now we're coming up to shaquille o'neal's house. but the guy would just make up stuff about my house. and he said, this is the house, the only house in north america with an indoor olympic swimming pool. and my house didn't have a
swimming pool at all. or he said one day, edith piaf used to live in this house. i swear he said sylvester stallone. i kind of admired his -- i was like, this guy's creative. >> jimmy: he's trying to keep himself interested. or maybe he's just insane. what was it like living on the neighboring island to shaq? did he ever come over and steal like your cattle or anything like that or -- >> no, no. i never -- he actually had a bobble head, a shaq bobble head, at the end of his dock and that was my only sort of interaction with him. seeing this bobble head. although i did see i guess he had like a baby that was, you know, shaq's small -- or it wasn't a small baby, it was a very shaq-sized baby. >> jimmy: well, we have some people outside. i don't know if you were paying attention during the monologue but there's some couples outside. okay, hi there, what is your name? >> my name is shaman. >> jimmy: your husband is down
below. first, i want to tell you, owen wilson is here. say hello to owen. >> hey, how's it going? >> hi. >> jimmy: do you have the milk shake? >> i have my milk shake. >> jimmy: do you feel you're in the right spot? >> i'm in the good spot. >> jimmy: is your husband in his spot? >> he's in his spot. >> jimmy: now he's in his spot. he's wearing those safety goggles in case a big chunk of milk shake gets in his eye. you ready to do this? owen, you've done this before, right? >> oh who hasn't done that? >> jimmy: okay. all right, when you're ready, do it. we're waiting for you. there we go. the wind shear. cousin sal. we're going to take a quick break. owen wilson is with us. "cars 2" opens friday. "midnight in paris" out now. we'll be right back.
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dust. >> jimmy: that is "cars 2." it opens on friday. owen wilson is here with us. the movie "cars" is such a big deal for every little boy i know. >> it's not so much -- it's actually more -- i've never had kids go, my gosh, is that lightning mcqueen -- what i have is parents saying, bringing their kids over, saying this is lightning mcqueen. the kid just kind of staring, kind of, like they don't get it. i find i have to audition almost for the kid. where i'm like trying to -- and then the kid's like, yeah, he's doing like lightning mcqueen does, like -- they never really get it. it's odd. >> jimmy: yeah, it is weird. >> just like the -- just the other day we were doing like -- we had the premiere for "cars." a family brings his kid over. he's such a big lightning mcqueen fan. can we get a picture?
the kid starts to cry. like he's afraid of leaving his parents. and i'm left kind of, like -- i don't know what i'm doing. >> jimmy: yeah, that's a bad position to be put in just in general. >> so then the dad had to come into the picture and then the kid was clinging to his father. and, you know, i think we managed to coax a smile out of him. and so -- >> jimmy: well, you do what you can. do kids know you from "midnight in paris" now? not as much? >> not so much. >> jimmy: can i tell you something that happened to me when i went to see this movie? i'll be honest with you, i'm not that literal. so i got about 65% of the jokes. >> about what i got too. >> jimmy: the people who got the jokes were laughing so hard to make sure we, the dummies, knew. there was a guy next to me stomping his feet every time. it made me want to kill him. >> like he's killing himself
laughing. >> jimmy: i'm glad to hear you say you only got about 65 -- i never felt dumber. well, i have felt dumber. let's just do one more milk shake thing if you don't mind. what the heck, right? we got our couple up on the roof there. that's charles. charles, you narrowly avoided being milk shaked by your wife it then cousin sal came in with a cup. you cleaned up quickly though. >> yeah, i took one for the team. >> jimmy: all right. well, thank you for doing that. owen wilson is here. you can't see him but you can hear him. have you ever seen the movie "cars"? >> oh, yeah. >> okay, great. >> jimmy: it's like that with the kids? >> just one at a time, we're going to get him into this movie. >> jimmy: charles, it's your time to exact revenge on your wife. you have your milk shake in hand? >> i'm ready. >> jimmy: all right, let's do this. guillermo, you hold the microphone. >> all right, it's going down. >> jimmy: it's going down. let's look down below and see what we have. she's ready.
oh. all right. well, you're both a little off. i guess that's okay. congratulations. i think he did that on purpose. well, it's great to see you, owen. thank you for coming by. owen wilson. he's in two movies this weekend. "cars 2" opens friday. and "midnight in paris" is in theaters now. we'll be right back with adam levine. can i help you ? are these tablets-- mom, allow me. are these tablets flash-ready ? yes. which ones ? these, including the samsung galaxy tab. what about movies ? straight from android market to the motorola xoom. 4g upgradable ? 4g lte upgradable. you always wear glasses ? only when i'm not wearing contacts. he's clean. my job is done. a wide selection of tablets at great prices... from the people who know them best-- verizon.
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disco will be here. when he's not touring the world with his band maroon 5, our next guest likes to sit back and relax in a giant red swivel chair. he is a celebrity coach on "the voice." you can watch it live on tuesday nights at 9:00 p.m. on nbc. please welcome adam levine. [ cheers and applause ] how's it going? >> what's happening, man? >> jimmy: i'm doing well. i read in the newspapers you spent the weekend with justin bieber and m.c. hammer. is that true? >> yeah, that was surreal. >> jimmy: how did that happen? >> buddy scooter is justin's manager. it's his 30th birthday. pulled all the stops. we went and justin bieber was performing and he said here comes m.c. hammer.
>> jimmy: so he had you, justin bieber and m.c. hammer? >> i wasn't scheduled to perform. i was just scheduled to be drinking and hanging out. then i was there. of course the spotlight, like so the shot to me. come up here. okay but i don't want to okay. >> jimmy: did m.c. hammer do all his hits? >> he played the deep cuts. i wanted the hits. he did the thing where he tried to do gangster stuff after the hits. >> jimmy: yeah, right. >> i follow his career very closely. >> jimmy: are you telling me m.c. hammer did his new material? >> when i say new, that's still like 20 years old. like after "pray" and after "you can't touch this." >> jimmy: he didn't do "you can't touch this?" >> he closed with "too legit to quit." >> jimmy: but not "you can't touch this." that's unacceptable.
>> don't you want to hear that song? you want to see "you can't touch this." >> jimmy: yeah. that's a good lesson for all musicians. like people -- i know you get -- people get tired of "can't touch this" but the audience never tired of "can't touch this." >> never. they could play it right now and everyone would go crazy. >> jimmy: that's right, people would start stopping and locking. maybe i was a little early on that. do you know justin bieber? is he a friend of yours? >> i met justin in -- we were all in australia. they invited us. our keyboard player knows his tour manage are. we all played basketball at, like, 10:00 at night, they rented out some gym. >> jimmy: your band against his band? >> yeah, p.j., he plays keyboard with us. late night in like melbourne or something. he talks so much [ bleep ] >> jimmy: he does? >> yeah, like really angry -- >> jimmy: can i tell you, i witnessed that when -- >> it's insane. >> jimmy: at a basketball name.
i was one of the coaches. >> he's a child. he really is a nice kid. kid. and we were playing basketball and i felt this really intense shove in my back. this was like -- play pickup ball, it's lake no one really does that but especially not when the ball is dead. he pushed me really hard in the back. he's like, did justin bieber just punk me? like push me in the back? my natural instinct -- you any, you play basketball, you get mad, you -- ooh, keep cursing. >> jimmy: you're going to have fun on live television on tuesday. >> it's a problem. i got kind of mad. and so naturally -- i whipped the ball at him as fast as i could. i hit him in the back. he's like ah. >> jimmy: really. >> and everything was fine after that. [ applause ] >> jimmy: you could have been trampled by angry teenage girls. >> then i felt bad because i struck a child with a basketball.
>> jimmy: not just a child but a national treasure. i mean -- >> people love this -- >> jimmy: what happened here? that's you. and who -- now, who's this guy with the hands? >> that's frank. >> jimmy: what's going on? there's like a hole in the back of the wall? >> i don't know. we, listen, it's -- my girlfriend is helping me out. wonderful, beautiful hands. >> jimmy: she does have pretty hands. >> can you not show that for that long? it's really kind of disturbing. it was for dance arecancer awar. it was for a good cause. >> jimmy: testicular cancer? i look exactly like this with my clothes off. it's really weird. >> you were my body double for that. >> jimmy: i don't have -- what is that, a tiger? mine's a panther. it's a little different. >> to each their own. >> jimmy: whose idea -- did they talk you into doing this? was this your idea?
>> my manager called me. so, they want you to do this thing for cancer. i thought, okay, great. here's what they do when you do this particular thing. everyone does it naked. i was like okay. sounds great. you can't say no. it's for cancer awareness. yea yea. >> jimmy: yeah, no, right. >> he's like, ewan mcgreg der it with like a sheep in front of him. that's cool. so it's kind of like the reverse janet jackson. remember the "rolling stone." >> jimmy: that is exactly what it's like. >> they're on my situation. >> jimmy: this would make a lovely christmas card as well. >> that is my christmas card. >> jimmy: you got your -- you got team adam on "the voice" now and you got to cut it in half tomorrow night. the audience cuts it in half? >> america saves one person. then i have to save one myself. >> jimmy: i see. >> those two will advance and then two people have to go home. it's super stressful. i don't want to have to do that. >> jimmy: that's not fun part of it, isn't it? >> it really is legitimate.
i'm not pretending to feel that way. it's really tough because these kids are working so hard. it's hard to say, you have to go now, bye. but they all got good exposure. >> jimmy: not like exposure like this. and then maroon 5, your band, and you'll do a song with christina aguilera. >> tomorrow, we're opening the show. >> jimmy: and then one of you has to go home? >> hopefully her because i don't want to. >> jimmy: you're going on this -- no, national tour, right, starting friday. true? >> what? >> jimmy: how are you going to do -- how are you going to go on tour and do "the voice" at the same time? >> i don't know. just going to try to do everything all at once. see what happens. >> jimmy: i guess if it doesn't work out, it doesn't work out. >> it's working out super well. >> jimmy: i read in "rolling stone" you said if anyone is unhappy with maroon 5's performance you will refund their money. that's how confident you are.
>> that's pretty cocky of me, isn't it? i always thought there was a slight disconnect with how people perceive us and then the fact that we're a band -- >> jimmy: i agree. you have these pop hits. you guys really know to play. >> i think i just want -- a legit -- >> jimmy: how will they contact you if -- >> like m.c. hammer, that's funny, hey, hey. >> jimmy: well, that was like an hour ago -- >> [ bleep ]. >> jimmy: we will not be giving refunds for this show tonight. [ laughter ] well, congratulations. you are, indeed, too legit to quit. hopefully -- "the voice" is a big, big hit. airs live tuesday nights at 9:00 p.m. on nbc. when we come back, music from panic at the disco. >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series, sponsored by bud light. y
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