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>> lou: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, nick offerman. kerry condon. and music from sofia carson and diane warren. with cleto and the cletones. and now, jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, thank you. welcome. thank you. welcome. thank you, cleto. hi, everyone, i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching at home. thank you for joining us on the first day of february.
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it's february, it is black history month, president biden made an official proclamation declaring it black history month. republicans in the house of representatives countered by declaring it march. [ laughter ] the first month of the new year is behind us. dry january is over, and i tell you what, february's here and nobody was more surprised by this development than our nation's easily astonished casters of news. >> first day of february, can you believe it? >> first day of february, can you believe isn't it. >> first day of february, can you believe it? >> can you believe it is february 1st? >> can you believe it's february 1st? >> can you believe, february 1st? >> february 1st, can you believe it? >> february 1st. >> can you believe it? >> february 1st, can you believe it? >> february 1st, can you believe that? >> first of anybody, can you believe that? >> can you believe it's february 1st? >> it's february 1st just like that. >> can you believe it's february 1st?
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it's unbelievable. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's so weird. think about it. like yesterday was january. now it's just a whole different month. i can't wrap my head around it. [ laughter ] with the shock of january ending came another massive jolt. this morning after 21 seasons, dr. phil has decided to hang up his moustache. [ audience moaning ] i know, i'm sadder than a hound dog getting whizzed on by a fire hydrant too. [ laughter ] who will stay on top of important subjects like my daughter believes she's pregnant with jesus, what will the ultrasound show? bad boy blake with abs of steel, can dr. phil break through his cold heart? our hula hooping daughter has stockholms syndrome from her narcissist deejay boyfriend. the good doctor filled us with memories no amount of psychotherapy will ever allow us to forget.
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>> are you delusional? do you suffer from a mental illness? >> i strongly oppose that view. >> you're a virgin, right? >> yes. >> you've never been on a date? you don't have a job? you just put on a paper dog suit and walk around town, which doesn't seem to me to be a highly productive course in life. >> my mom's sociopathic piece of [ bleep ]. what's your [ bleep ] you ugly piece of [ bleep ]? >> okay, stop. hey, hey, look at me. look at me. no, hate, hey, hey. no, you need to look at me. >> i don't have to do [ bleep ]. >> life's so funny. >> the audience are a bunch of hos? >> yeah, take me outside, how could that? >> take you outside? >> that is not fair, that is not fair. >> oh, come on. >> jimmy: oh, well, that's --
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you know what, i think we're all taking this pretty hard. [ cheers and applause ] so what happens now? i mean, does he become mr. phil? i don't know. [ laughter ] all i know is we salute you, dr. phil, no one on television has welcomed more mental patients into their studio and i wish yoe well-deserved rest. [ laughter ] maybe go to cabo with the woman who's pregnant with jesus. [ laughter ] tom brady announced he's decided to retire, but for real this time. every year on the 1st of february, tom brady comes out of the locker room. [ laughter ] to announce his retirement. then if he sees his shadow, he goes right back to the nfl. [ laughter ] [ applause ] i have a radical idea. thor both tired what was they're doing, maybe dr. phil and tom brady switch places. dr. phil plays quarterback for the buccaneers. tom brady yells at the cash me outside girl.pthey've been sear congratulations are in order for
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the new quarterback for tom brady. heisman trophy winner george santos. [ laughter ] [ applause ] he's already in the nfl hall of fame, so why not? [ laughter ] george santos has been having another doozy of a week. yesterday we learned his longtime campaign treasurer has resigned. she sent her resignation via email. she said she could no longer fulfill her duties as she had to return to nigeria to reclaim her share of a $40 million inheritance. [ laughter ] a week ago the santos campaign said they were replacing her with a guy named thomas detwiler, apparently a northern and respected campaign campaign finance consultant. detwiler says "i told santos i wasn't interested in the job and i never agreed to take the job." turns out the offices of representative santos aren't the well-oiled machine we maybe thought they were. [ laughter ] but we're also getting a lot of details about santos' past from
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ex-boyfriends. abc news interviewed one of his exes who said santos bragged about dating supermodels and even claimed those supermodels begged him to become a supermodel. [ laughter ] they begged. "please, george, become the costco optical department's first supermodel." [ laughter ] "no, i must serve the people." but this guy, his former flame, said george santos promised to get him a green card if, quote, he married him and stayed under his wings, which wasn't a metaphor, george also told him he was a terra tack dell. remember man toe te'o, catfished by a woman? george santos' is everyone in the 3rd congressional district of new york. [ laughter and applause ] donald trump is trying to rev up the maga outrage machine with a heaping helping of trans paranoia. >> i will sign a new executive order instructing every federal
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agency to cease all programs that promote the concept of sex and gender transition at any age. i will ask congress to pass a bill establishing that the only genders recognized by the united states government are male and female. and they are assigned at birth. >> jimmy: by me, your commander in chief. [ laughter ] an official penis inspector of the united states of america. [ laughter and applause ] he'll be coming around and he's going to -- you know, he'll be grabbing everybody by the genitals because when you're a celebrity, they let yu. [ laughter ] >> no serious country should be telling its children that they were born with the wrong gender. a concept that was never heard of in all of human history, nobody's ever heard of this, what's happening today. it was all when the radical left invented it just a few years ago. under my leadership, this m madness will end. >> jimmy: and an all-new madness
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will begin. [ laughter ] [ applause ] under donald trump's rule, the only genders will be burger kings and dairy queens. [ laughter ] i like that the guy who busted into the miss usa locker room is all of a sudden very concerned about who uses what about this room. it does make sense, he's an old-fashioned person. he doesn't believe men should get breast implants and become -- no surgeon gave him these "c" cups, he earned those maga-zongas all by himself. [ laughter ] one mcnugget at a time. in delaware today, the fbi searched the vacation home of president biden looking for any remaining classified documents. biden's attorneys found documents at his main house in delaware last month and the president has a regular house and a vacation house both in delaware. i don't know, how's that a vacation? [ laughter ] can you vacation from delaware to delaware? [ laughter ] they didn't find any classified but they did find a 1982 zenith tv and three boxes of
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[ laughter ] and the dodo bird. a genetic engineering company, colossal bio sciences, raised $150 million and plan to use to it deextinct the dodo but i don't want to be insensitive. they couldn't fly. they were so dumb and fat, sailors could literally scoop them off the ground like pumpkins and boil them for dinner. they were the donald trump of birds. [ laughter ] [ applause ] i don't know if you've seen the illustrations but every drawing of every dodo bird, it looks like they just found out they went extinct. [ laughter ] i don't know why they're doing this. if you're going to spend $150 million, bring back something we miss, like betty white. [ cheers and applause ] i mean, right? take that $150 million, deextinct the golden girls. but if they do manage to resurrect the dodo bird, i have
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a feeling this is how it's going to wind up. >> the dodo bird is back and papa's is serving them up just how you like them. stop by today for a popeye's dodo double deal. all for 5 bucks. but hurry, because this deal will soon be going the way of the dodo. ♪ love that dodo at popeyes ♪ >> jimmy: i would dry it, i would. speaking of dodos, mike lindell night, mike lindell, the mypillow man, was our guest. i interviewed him while he was claw of an arcade - [ laughter ] like zoltar from "big" came life to spread conspiracy theories about an election -- >> har har, good one. >> jimmy: who's that? >> mike lindell, inventer of mypillow. >> jimmy: you're still at dave &
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buster's? it's been 24 hours. >> has it? you know what they say. it's time flies when you're slowly suffocating. >> jimmy: hold on, do you mean to tell me you spent the whole night in there? >> no, i've been in here since yesterday. soaking in my own juices. one of your producer gals was supposed to let me out but she must have got distracted by the she never came back. ne because- >> jimmy: i'm so sorry. >> so i hollered at brenda the waitress to let me free, but they couldn't on account it was time for dylan jay's horror party, which was a horror show. >> jimmy: oh, no, what happened? >> the kids! >> jimmy: they surrounded you? >> i kept yelling at dylan to get his the claw to pinch my -- >> jimmy: sounds terrible. >> this?
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that's trying to chew off my own arm to wriggle through the prize hole. >> jimmy: don't gnaw off your body parts. >> that's what cooper said. >> jimmy: who's cooper? >> the assistant manager who just a restaurant, it's a famil >> jimmy: uh-huh? >> and families take care of each other. >> jimmy: oh, well, that's very sweet. >> before he left for the night, cooper crammed me in a half rack of korean sticky ribs. they're still good. >> jimmy: cooper gave you a cage?ten ribs and kept you in- >> heck yes, they treat me good in here. brenda taught me marrying ketchups together is okay by jesus because condiments can't be gay. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's fascinating, i did not know that. >> but i learned not all the machines is doing bad things like stealing elections and clamping down on your peener-weiner. it spits out daiquiris. i'm never leaving, jim!
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telling me you live at dave t? this here, this iall leroy winklebottom. say hello to mr. crumble, leroy. >> jimmy: right. >> this one here is hoppy gilm gilmore. it's like the golf ball movie, you get it? but he's a frog. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, i get it. yeah, right. >> we've got this cute little guy right here. i call him mr. stinky. >> jimmy: why do you call him mr. stinky? >> because he's been stuck underneath my butt since yesterday. get out of here, kid. i told you -- you get out of here, you stinky punk. >> jimmy: oh -- >> you give that back, you give that back! the little demon's running away with mr. stinky. i'll skin you like a muskrat! >> jimmy: wait, you can get out of the machine any time you want? >> i can, and i can get out any time, jimmy, but i don't want to. this is my safe space. >> jimmy: thank you, mike. we will pray for mr. stinky. [ cheers and applause ] good luck getting out of that.
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all right, that was mike lindell, who's still in there. i wonder how many nights in a row he could get away with that. [ laughter ] next time we're going to put anymore in the whac-a-mole game. [ laughter and applause ] we have a good show for you tonight. from "the banshees of inner sheer rin," kerry condon is here. we'll be right back with nick offerman, so stick around!
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with stems. -daddy, i don't want to go to las vegas with you and mommy tomorrow. oh, are you sure? are you sure you don't want to go, it will be so much fun! ♪ >> jimmy: >> jimmy: tonight, from the multi oscar nominated "the
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banshees of inner sheeran," best actress nominee kerry condon is with us. [ cheers and applause ] later, a singer and actress with an emmy and grammy-winning composer, their oscar-nominated songs from "tell it like a woman," sofia carson and diana warren on the mercedes-benz stage. my nephew, who's in a movie with reese witherspoon, wesley kimmel, will be with us tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] which is weird for us. then we're going to blow stuff up with science bob pflugfelder. our first guest tonight is a man's man's man with the facial hair to prove it. he's also a terrific actor who subscribers to tears sunday night on a very special episode of "the last of us." >> i'm really hungry. haven't eaten in two days. doesn't sound very long out loud, does it? feels long. >> i'm letting you go, so go.
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>> all right, look -- first, my name's frank -- >> oh, yeah? here's the thing, frank. if i feed you, then every bum you talk to about it is going to show up here looking for a free lunch. and this is not an arby's. >> arby's didn't have free lunch, it was a restaurant. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: 90 episodes of "the last of us" sunday nights on hbo. you can see him on tour starting in march, "nick offerman live" tour. please welcome nick offerman! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: great to have you here. >> thank you. >> jimmy: by the way, congratulations on this. and i'm going to be very careful, because i do not want to spoil it for anyone who hasn't seen it yet because it just came out on sunday. but this episode that you were in was moving, surprising, all the good things that end with
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"ing."pdid you have an idea of when you were shooting it, that people would react in this way? >> thank you for the compliments. and -- kind of. i mean, when i got the script, craig mason wrote the script who did "chernobyl" among other things. that guy seems to know what he's doing. >> jimmy: yes. >> he sent me the script. and i didn't have time on the calendar to say yes to this job. and my incredible goddess of a wife read it and she said, "you're going to calgary, buddy." >> jimmy: you've got to do this? >> you've got to do this. >> jimmy: megan mullally, your wife, is responsible? >> she's the curator. she chose every garment that i'm wearing tonight. >> jimmy: uh-huh? i know how that works, yeah. >> got a good gig. >> jimmy: yeah. so anyway, this -- people do this weird thing where they like to tape them -- they use their phones to record themselves reacting so they can share their
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reactions to whatever's on television. and these are -- this is a nice little cross-section of some of the reactions. >> watch the people talk about it. and i'm like, what the [ bleep ]? it was so good. >> the show was supposed to be about zombies. what the [ bleep ]? >> you just watched "the last of us." it was so greet. oh my [ bleep ]. what the [ bleep ]? >> i signed up for one show about zombies. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: a real through line there. >> it's like the opposite of your emotions.ere you repress - don't show them to anyone. these people must be on the coasts. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: maybe so. you might be right. this is crazy. people are mentioning this to you as they see you? >> it's a tsunami of wonderful, generous plaudits.
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i mean, we -- the episode began airing on sunday. we had 6.4 million viewers. and hbo -- it's not tv. >> jimmy: right. >> they are so not [ bleep ]ing around that they send me on the jimmy kimmel show on wednesday to cull the stragglers. [ laughter ] they're like -- >> jimmy: smart. >> the 17 of you that haven't seen it yet. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: uh-huh? >> you're in for a treat. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: well, this is kind of interesting. you got a compliment from jeff bezos. episode 3 "last of us" is unbelievable good storytelling, i am in awe of nick offerman's performance, incredible. he doesn't even own hbo yet. [ laughter ] that's crazy. >> it's crazy. said thank you.with jeff and - and he bumped me up to something called "super prime." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, wow. how does that work? >> they deliver my package and give me $20. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, that's nice.
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"the last of us" started as a video game. have you ever played that video game? >> no. i -- about 25 years ago, i played my last video game and i'm very indulgent. >> jimmy: i'm the same way. >> i lost a couple of weeks to a video game called "banjo kazooie." [ cheers ] two weeks went by. the slow dopamine drip is delicious. it's over, "yes, i've won!" immediately, "what have i done with my life? >> jimmy: yeah, right. >> i decided i'm never going to do that again. thankfully, games have gotten so good, like "the last of us," i think i'd be if a basement and wouldn't audition for shows like this. >> jimmy: being in a mabasement the character you play is a survivalist, people prepping for the end of the world. unlike most survivalists, the end of the world essentially came for him. how do you think nick offerman
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would do in a post-apocalyptic ? >> i would do okay. bill, i think, would do the best. ron swanson would do the second-best. >> jimmy: yeah. >> ron and i both live in the world. we have relationships. that makes you soft. >> jimmy: uh-huh? okay. >> whereas bill doesn't have relationships. so he's a physicist, he's an engineer, he's an inventor. you know. ron and i are making love with our wives. >> jimmy: uh-huh, right. >> we're smoking meat items on our smokers. so i would do okay. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i think i'd be -- >> jimmy: i feel like, you know, if i had to limit my phone calls to only people who are guests on the show, you'd be like in the top three i'd call. you and ryan seacrest. [ laughter ] >> i appreciate it. seacrest. yeah, we -- i could build a boat and seacrest could holler out where to go from the crow's nest. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: your costar in this
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episode is murray bartlett, who played the hotel manager in the" and really -- >> won 18 trophies and rightly so. >> jimmy: yeah. did you know him beforehand? >> no. when i got sent this script and the offer to do this part, we -- we shot this a year and a half ago, so the timing was such that we had just finished watching "the white lotus" season one. and so i said that it felt like i'd just seen "the raiders of the lost ark" and they said, "we want you to do this show, your costar is going to be the guy with the hat and the whip." the most charismatic performance of the year. >> jimmy: i agree with you, yeah, it was. >> so it was undeniable. i was so grateful to get to work with him. >> jimmy: well, it's -- if you haven't seen it, check it out. it's "the last of us." it's sunday's episode. it's what they call a standalone episode, so even if you don't want to watch -- >> a bottle episode, they also
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call it, because when it's over you're going to need a bottle of something. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: we'll be right back with nick offerman! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> lou: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by digiorno pizza. it's not delivery, it's digiorno.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: we are back with nick offerman. he is -- nick is going on tour of the united states. it will be limited to the united
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states? >> it is this time, yeah. i'm working up -- i'm sort of getting my dander up to get back to england and the east coast. >> jimmy: right. >> which is a daunting place to tour because people are open with their emotions. i don't know if you saw that. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: how many tours have you mounted? >> i've done three tours. they're really fun. i never thought that i would do that. i'm a theater-trained actor. but when "parks and rec" started, people mistakenly would ask me to do their stand-up at their colleges. at first i was like, i don't do that, i perform works of literature in chicago. [ laughter ] thank you. but then i was like, i can go talk to 2,000 kids? and it pays well? yes. tell ohio state i will come do my stand-up. [ laughter ] so i started writing songs. and you know, i speak slowly. and people seem to laugh at it. >> jimmy: that's a great slug line. "i speak slowly, and people seem
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to laugh at it." >> yeah, if it ain't broke. >> jimmy: you played a song on the piano, a song that linda ronstadt made famous that suddenly after that episode became a big hit on spotify, it surged in that way kate bush's song did after "stranger things." >> it's wonderful. >> jimmy: it's crazy. >> it's funny. i came in -- i'm classically trained so i've got a pretty vast toolbox. so i started out more on the buble end of my range. [ laughter ] and the administration was like, "you know what, let's bring it down a few notches." and so i ended up -- was like, all right, let me try and see if i can make it mediocre. [ laughter ] they were like, "that's the one." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: we got it, yeah. have to play it real. will you sing that song on your tour now? >> i mean, i don't know that -- it depends. maybe i'll get a show of hands of like, do you guys want to hear a romantic song that i sang to this person? >> jimmy: well then what, are
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they going to go "no"? [ laughter ] >> yeah, we'll see. i am working it up on guitar. >> jimmy: you are? >> in case they end up asking me to do it at the peabodys or something. >> jimmy: yeah. you are going to have to do that. you know that, right? you're going to have to do that song. >> we'll see. i'll get some -- some great milli vanilli technology. [ laughter ] where i'm like, "okay, the song starts now." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: when you go and do these shows, do people want to hang out with you after the show? >> they -- it's interesting. one of the gratifying things is -- and i never had to start working out at comedy clubs because i already had this built-in audience thanks to the generosity and spirit of the "parks and recreation" audience. and so i'll show up at a college or at a theater and people will come tailgate as though it's some sort of ron swanson barbecue. [ laughter ] so often they want to hang out with me before the show.
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and they do. because i roll in and they say, like, "cheddar burgers." "bratwursts." i'm like, "i'll be right with you guys. nice to meet you guys." >> jimmy: they lure you with food? >> can i sign your special? then humorously, after the show i usually need a beer or something to cool down. to bring the adrenaline down. >> jimmy: uh-huh? >> so i would find myself -- sometimes the hotel would be closed so i'd go to a bar or restaurant. and people, again, they mistake me. they conflate me with ron swanson. so things started happening where, like, a cheeseburger would arrive with an inch and a half of bacon stacked on it. [ laughter ] an impossible amount of bacon. and i would look over. out of the kitchen window, a cook would be like -- [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: then what do you do? you eat it? >> no, i mean, you can't eat that much bacon, you'll die. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, right.
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>> i have a couple -- he's watching me so i eat a little bit. i maybe hazard a bite of the burger with it. i'm like, "okay, thank you." then you sur repetitiously put it in your pocket. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what? >> because you can't scent send it back. like, this is this guy's greatest story of his life. i'm not going to take that away from him. >> jimmy: right, right. >> i'm also not going to put my cardiologist's kid through college. [ laughter ] by eating the whole damn thing. >> jimmy: right, but you're going to ruin a jacket is what you're probably going to. >> no, i learned a long time ago to carry small zip-locs. >> jimmy: is that right? >> all over my person. [ applause ] >> jimmy: this is why, things go south, this is why i'm going to call you. >> or just waxed canvas, i mean, you name it. >> nice, nice, all right. it's great to see you. the show is terrific. if you haven't seen it yet, it's "the last of us," last sunday's episode. see nick in person with pockets full of bacon on "the nick
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>> jimmy: music from sofia carson and diane warren on the way. our next guest as very talented irish person nominated for an oscar for her performance alongside colin farrell and a cute little donkey in "the ban she's of inisherin." >> what do you need from him, colin, to end all this? >> silence, sa just silence. >> one more silent man in inisherin. good old silence of the soul. >> this isn't about inisherin. it's about one boring man leaving another man alone, that's all. >> one boring man, you're all [ bleep ] boring with your bidling grievances over nothing. you're all [ bleep ] boring! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the banshees of inisherin is in theaters and on
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hbo max now. please welcome kerry condon! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ it's great to have you here. congratulations on your oscar nomination. [ cheers ] very well deserved. >> it's still weird when i hear it. i still just laugh, it seems so surreal. >> jimmy: when you were shooting the movie did you ever think, hey, maybe this might get an oscar nomination? >> no, of course not, sure i wouldn't have been able to do good, i would have been overthinking it. >> it's so good, though. it's real good. very dark but also very kind of sweet and -- >> thank you. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: will this be your first time going. >> to the oscars? >> i went before. i went in 2012. i was in a short film that was nominated called "the shower"
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and it won. >> jimmy: it won? >> yeah. >> jimmy: did you go up on stage and accept? >> no, it was a short film, we were up really high. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: short film, long walk, that's how it works. >> the people who directed and plowed it went up. >> jimmy: what do you remember other than that, about that night? >> well, we all got ready gather at my friend orla's house. one of my friends decided to take mushrooms. >> jimmy: seth rogen decided to go with you? [ laughter ] >> i was shocked. that's the worst place to do mushrooms, all these people and everything. >> jimmy: so how did he handle it? >> he seemed grand. [ laughter ] he did. like he was having a great time, actually. >> jimmy: will he be coming this time around? >> no, he wasn't involved in our film, but good luck to him. i'm not going to judge anyone, you know. >> jimmy: who will you take to the oscars with you? >> ai-yi-yi. probably my brother.
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i mean, i might get hopefully one other person to come, but my brother will come because he came to venice, and he came to -- what was the other one where we did well? the golden globes. at this point he's a little lucky charm for us. >> jimmy: okay, yeah. do you believe in like -- the luck of the irish, is that just a thing that americans say? or is that like french toast in france? >> it's an american thing, yeah. but it's great, i like it, i'll take it. >> sure, why not, what the so your brother, he is i assume fun to go to something like this with? >> yeah. >> jimmy: he behaves himself? >> he's great, yeah. he's kind of shy. he's not going to be busting up, talking to people and whatever. sometimes i get nervous in the car, i can be a bit snappy. he doesn't really get angry with me. >> jimmy: oh, i see. >> yes. >> jimmy: you take out your -- >> kind of, on my brother, yeah. yeah. >> jimmy: but he's used to it? is he younger or older brother? >> younger, but he grew up with a house full of women, so he's used to being dictated to.
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>> jimmy: how many in the house? >> three girls, me and my two older sisters, then my mother. >> jimmy: i see. do they all want to go with you but you take your brother with you? >> well, my mother might want to come. my other two sisters it might be -- you know, they'd be all right about it. they've got their own things in their lives. my mother might want to come. i'm trying to figure that out. it's a long flight. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you have to organize lots of things. it's not as simple as it seems, no. >> jimmy: it's a real burt is really what it is. >> i don't want to say that, now. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: whereare you from in ireland? >> tipperary. >> jimmy: tipperary, oh why. we got a song about that. >> i don't sing it, i hate it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: did you grow up around show business? >> not at all, no. i grew up in the countryside. like even saying i wanted to be an actress like crazy. it was before, like -- you know, reality -- "american idol," things like that. so it really was impossible for anyone who wasn't involved in the industry to get in.
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but there was a -- you know, a close enough kind of call, things would come, like premieres and stuff would come to dublin. and there was a premiere that came when i was quite young that was going to be on in dublin. >> jimmy: a big movie premiere? what movie was it? >> it was "the man in the iron mask." do you remember that movie? >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> yeah, it was when leo was -- right when he was, you know -- after "romeo and jewel get" and everyone was going mental for him. >> jimmy: right, yeah. >> that was coming and it was going to be for charity. they were like, if you spend 100 kid -- whatever, it wasn't euro at the time -- 100 pounds, you can go. i worked in this sandwich shop to get money for my acting classes. i was like, i'm going to blow on it this ticket to go. so i bought a ticket to go, i bought an outfit and everything, a skirt and a top, i still have the top. >> jimmy: how old are you at this time? >> 12. >> jimmy: 12 working in a sandwich shop? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: wow. >> it was easy, just making
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sandwiches. >> jimmy: i know, here that's illegal. [ laughter ] >> actually, in hindsight, you're right. [ laughter ] my god. so yes, so anyways i went and leo canceled the day before. >> jimmy: oh, no. >> yeah. and so i returned the skirt. i kept the top. yeah, like oh, well. >> jimmy: whatever. was it magical, did it inspire you in some way? >> it did because john malkovich was there and i love john malkovich, i always have loved john malkovich. it was still close to hollywood. when the director was leaving the cinema after the film, i ran up to him. he was getting into his car. and i handed him my card. i had these cards printed out. >> jimmy: at 12? >> with "dancer, singer, actress" and my mother's phone number. [ laughter ] yeah. >> jimmy: did your mother get any work out of that? >> no, of course not. your mam is like, oh my god, this crazy child. >> jimmy: have you ever told leonardo dicaprio this story? >> no, of course not.
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the next time i saw him was when i came to los angeles for the very first time to get an agent when i was 19. and it was a success. i got an agent. we went to celebrate at the chateau mar mont. when in rome kind of thing. >> jimmy: right. >> and he was there at the chateau marmont when we were celebrating. it was like, oh my god. i went to the bathroom, and when i was in the bathroom he came over and asked could he have one of my cigarettes? >> jimmy: somebody else had your cigarettes? >> yeah, they were on the table. >> jimmy: you never got to meet him? >> no. >> jimmy: but he stole a cigarette from you. >> that's what i think too, why didn't he buy his own? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: leo dicaprio owes you a cigarette. >> exactly. >> jimmy: maybe even a skirt, i don't know. well, it's great to have you here. i look forward to seeing you at the academy awards. >> yeah, best of luck, i've been thinking of you on the night. >> jimmy: "the ban sheers of inisherin," if you haven't seen it, it's great. it's in theaters and on hbo max. kerry condon, everybody. we'll be back with sophie que carson and diane warren!
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>> lou: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by the "s" class from mercedes-benz.
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concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the all-electric mercedes-benz lineup is here. >> jimmy: thanks to nick offerman, kerry condon, james adome, apologize to matt damon. from the movie "tell it like a woman" with the oscar-nominated song "applause," sofia carson and diane warren! ♪ ♪ ♪ recognize who you are sometimes i know it's so hard but you shine you're a supernova superstar ♪ ♪ they can't stop you
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raise your hands up yeah ♪ ♪ give yourself some applause you deserve it give yourself some respect ♪ ♪ 'cause you've earned it give yourself some love 'cause you're worth it you're ♪ ♪ worth it yeah hell yeah let 'em know you know it go and show you own it ♪ ♪ you're bold you're bad you're strong give yourself some ♪ ♪ applause give yourself some ♪ ♪ realize how far you've come ♪ ♪ this time you won't be outdone ♪ ♪ you're on fire it's your time ♪
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♪ i know your time has come ♪ ♪ believe it you're the queen you wear the crown ♪ ♪ feel it take it in and take a bow ♪ ♪ stand up stand up raise your hands up hands up yeah give yourself some applause you deserve it ♪ ♪ give yourself some respect 'cause you've earned it give yourself some love 'cause you're worth it ♪ ♪ you're worth it yeah hell yeah ♪ ♪ let 'em know you know it go and show you own it you're bold you're ♪ ♪ bad you're strong give yourself some applause give yourself some ♪ ♪ ♪ pat yourself on the back because somehow you found the faith to make it through to another day ♪
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♪ even when times got tough you survived and you kept your head high ♪ ♪ give yourself some applause ♪ ♪ give yourself some applause you deserve it ♪ ♪ give yourself some respect cause you've earned it ♪ ♪ give yourself some love ♪ give yourself some applause ♪ thank you. ladies and gentlemen, diane warren.
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