tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC November 25, 2016 10:35pm-11:37pm MST
>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, casey affleck. from "dancing with the stars," laurie hernandez. judge james and music from garth brooks. and now, while we're at it, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: hi, there. welcome. thank you. hi, everybody, i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks for coming. it's very, very sweet. i hate to start with bad news
i don't know if you heard but "people" magazine today named the sexiest man alive this year, and once again for the 35th year in a row, i was not it. [ laughter ] i'm taking it pretty hard. the sexy man alive for 2016, i'll give you a hint, he is one of the men in this photograph. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: guillermo? was it you? >> guillermo: no. >> jimmy: it wasn't. it wasn't him, it was the other guy, dwayne johnson, our guest last night, the sexiest man alive. either that or he's a serial killer. it's hard to tell. i think that would be a bigger story. you think that good luck sexy hug you gave him last night took him over the top? >> guillermo: yes, that was it. >> jimmy: that was. dwayne johnson is pmsma. for the third year in a row people's sexiest man dead is -- grover cleveland, that's right. the bushy moustache put him over the top.
alive, sitting in with our band tonight, the great and powerful garth brooks. [ cheers and applause ] >> very sweet! i want you to know i voted for you. >> jimmy: thank you. >> i voted for you. >> jimmy: i appreciate your support, thank you. garth will be here tomorrow night too. we have a big outdoor concert tomorrow. we're closing down the block behind our theater. if you want to come, go to our website at the bottom of screen, you can't just show up, you have to go to the website, that way we can make sure you don't have bedbugs. we'll get it all set up. garth brooks is with us all night tonight and tomorrow night as well. [ cheers and applause ] you know, donald trump has been getting some big-league congratulatory calls this week. from presidents clinton, george w. bush, george h.w. bush, jeb
hanukkah bush. the bushes all called. yesterday he heard from the crmem de la kremlin himself. russian president vladimir putin called him on the phone. trump said next time he definitely wants to hire a translator because he didn't understand the whole thing. but trump and putin agreed to continue to speak over the telephone and eventually they're going to meet face to face. does this sound like a couple world leaders or two lonely people who just met on tinder? i'm sure you're aware there have been ot since the election in new york, chicago, seattle, l.a. this is from portland, oregon. there have been a lot of protests there. a local news channel uncovered very annoying information about some of the protesters who got locked up. >> more than half of those arrested over the weekend didn't vote. we got the list of the 113 who were arrested and took it to elections officials who checked voter logs. 34 of those protesters were registered in oregon, but didn't return their ballot. another 34 weren't even registered to vote.
that's terrific. maybe instead of making picket signs you should be working on a time machine so you can go back to last month and register to vote, like p. diddy told you to! [ cheers and applause ] how many celebrity reminders did there have to be? closer to home a major arrest was made in l.a. county over the weekend. >> residents of los angeles county resting a little easier after the arrest of this man. blowing an air horn that sounds like a train. >> jimmy: i predict that man will be our president in four years. [ laughter ] you know, in addition to my duties as talk show host, i am also a judge, a very tough judge, right? >> guillermo: that's right. >> jimmy: one of the toughest judges around. from time to time my bailiff guillermo and i hear cases, real cases we find in small claims court with real litigants who inexplicably agree to have their fate on ruled on justly by none other than judge james.
mor. he claims he ordered two custom suits and three pairs of pants and that the defendant's delivery was late and defective. he's suing for $1720. this is the defendant, august tan. he maintains the order was completed in a timely manner and that things only got uncomfortable when the defendant became hot under the collar. it's the case of "the tardy tailor and his unsuitable suits." >> guillermo: raise your right hand. >> what you are about to witness is real. the participants are not actors. they're actual litigants with a case pending in civil court. body parties have agreed to drop their claims to have their case decided here by judge james. >> jimmy: you may be seated. >> guillermo: that was my job. >> jimmy: sorry, go ahead. >> guillermo: you can sit down now. litigants has been strained, your. >> jimmy: the what?
>> jimmy: has been somewhat? >> guillermo: swear in, your honor. >> jimmy: sworn in? thank you. >> guillermo: you understand. >> jimmy: all right. ami mor, you are suing august tan for $1720, the amount you paid the defendant to make two custom suits and three pairs of slacks which you claim were delivered late, improperly, and overall made defective. >> he doesn't deliver anything. >> jimmy: mr. tan, you claim the garments were well made, you went above and beyond to meet the plaintiff's demands, but he was unreasonably picky and disrespectful, correct? >> yes. >> jimmy: mr. mor, tell us what happened. >> i want to do two custom suits in his shop. i know his shop before it would be there. it was the real owner, mr. lee -- >> jimmy: the real owner? >> yeah. he is rental. >> jimmy: you're a rental? >> yeah, he rent the place. mr. lee is old guy, probably retired, and you rent from him. >> jimmy: do you think there's any possibility he murdered mr. lee?
let me ask who's this gentleman? your stylist? >> he's my witness. >> jimmy: your witness. >> yeah. when i bought the fabric. >> jimmy: what is your name, sir? >> alan leash. >> jimmy: alan, what did you witness exactly? >> well, we went to downtown los angeles and -- >> jimmy: are you lovers? [ laughter ] >> what? >> guillermo: sir, answer the judge. >> he's my office manager. >> jimmy: your office manager. sometimes there are office relationships but go on. >> okay, so we went the day after he arranged to make these suits, we went to downtown los angeles and bought some fabric for the suits to bring back to the tailor. >> jimmy: that's fun. did you guys have lunch? >> no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no lunch, okay. if you had had lunch, what would you have had? >> maybe a pastrami sandwich. >> jimmy: pastrami sandwich, okay. mr. tan. is anything that he's saying incorrect? >> couple of things. first of all, i did not murder mr. lee. [ laughter ] i bought the store from mr. lee,
like retired retired? >> physically retired. >> jimmy: physically retired? >> his mind's still functioning. >> i see. >> actually i feel really thankful to mr. ami, my first customer, i just opened the store -- >> jimmy: you were his first customer? he was your first customer, why did it take so long to make the suit? >> regular time takes six to eight weeks. i told him. >> jimmy: okay. >> i did order there two suit with mr. lee, it take him exactly three weeks, i got both of them. >> jimmy: but mr. lee's dead, he's been murdered. [ laughter ] >> he's not dead, not dead, poor guy. >> jimmy: he's gone. >> this suit i finished after christmas, exactly as he -- >> after christmas? after may you finish it. >> jimmy: that's after christmas. way after christmas. [ laughter ] >> yeah, christmas is -- because when i told him i'm going to sue you, nothing was done. >> jimmy: alan what do you think about all this? whose side are you on, first of all? >> ami's side, of course.
>> no. it's because the suit didn't fit. >> jimmy: did you see him in the suit? >> no. >> jimmy: how do you know the suit didn't fit? remember, you're under oath here. >> i guess you're right, i guess it's all based on what i've heard. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: of course i'm right. i think the best way to go about this is for you to try the suit on so we can look at it and see how it fits. ? >> jimmy: i'll inform the court that mr. mor has now removed his pants. [ laughter ] he is in -- currently in his underpants. would you mind putting the jacket on as well so we can see the whole ensemble? mr. mor, would you mind spinning around? >> you see? >> jimmy: i'm going to consult with an expert here, my personal
rodney? >> guillermo: rodney? >> jimmy: rodney is an emmy award-winning costume designer. do me a favor and examine this suit and give me your professional opinion of the fit. >> okay. i think it is a little too big right here. shoulders seem fine. the back. can i see the back? the back of the jacket looks good. it's a bit of an altraition. it's not -- >> is defect. is not right. >> in my opinion, it is not defective, it's just a little alteration there. the pants -- >> this is brand new. he made it brand new. >> jimmy: mr. mor, i'm going to take your original pants into my chambers and i'll be back with a ruling. >> will judge james side with this fashionable fireplug? or rule in favor of this lawsuit maker? when will alan get his pastrami? and who the hell is this? judge james' verdict when we return. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we're going to take a
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? might as well face it you're addicted to love ? ? might as well face it you're addicted to love ? >> jimmy: garth brooks sitting in with the cletones all night tonight. he's going to play a show for us casey affleck and laurie hernandez on the way. first apple is testing out what might be their next big thing, saying this could be even bigger than the apple watch. does anyone have one of those? no? okay. [ laughter ] the next big thing is augmented reality glasses. i learned today augmented reality is different from virtual reality. virtual reality creates a new world. augmented reality gives a normal reality kind of like a boob job, like a little -- it adds to. [ laughter ] i have to say i don't think i
than i can handle right now. do they have glasses that cut the reality back a little? because i'd like to reduce my daily amount of reality to about, i don't know, 40%. [ laughter ] i guess it's exciting. apple is saying this could be the most advanced technology a baby ever grabs and throws off your face. [ laughter ] meanwhile, on december 1st, nike puts the shoe we've been waiting for since we were kids on sale. it's inspired by the movie "back to the future 2." this is it, the hyperadept 1.0, available for $720, a self-lacing shoe. the laces are powered by a rechargeable battery. which you know, just this morning i was thinking, i feel like i don't have enough items that need to be charged in my house. [ laughter ] i can't wait to hear somebody say, sorry i'm late, i had to charge my shoes. [ laughter ] anyway, after 27 years "back to the future 2," has come true, self-lacing sneakers, hoverboards, and a president biff, so good news.
>> jimmy: hey, this is thaets. crazy. this is clothing-relates as well. a woman in new york is suing the store zara because after she bought a dress there, well, you'll see what she found. >> kalie feisel noticed a disturbingly pungent odor. then she noticed a loose string rubbing against her leg. she says when she touched it she realized it wasn't a string, it was actually a dead rat's leg. >> jimmy: well. fivel goes vest. [ laughter ] it's kind of unfair to sue the store that sold the clothes, though, isn't it? they didn't make that thing. maybe the rat should be suing the woman for kidnapping, you know? [ laughter ] i'll tell you something, if kanye west sewed a rat into a pair of adidas, people would be sleeping on the sidewalk to buy it. [ laughter ] all right, speaking of fashion-related legal news, it's time to return to our courtroom where judge james is ready to rule.
the defendant's suits were custom crapola. this defensive designer disagrees. and this loyal employee is ready for lunch. judge james is about to rule. let's listen. >> jimmy: first of all, i want to say, i am wearing your pants. [ laughter ] and i like the way they fit, thank you. >> guillermo: you can sit down now. >> jimmy: yes. alan, when you order a pastrami sandwich, how does it come what kind of bread to you order it on? >> rye. >> jimmy: i like that, okay. mr. tan. first of all, two suits, three pairs of slacks, $1,700, seems like a very reasonable price for me. i have to say, mr. mor, you are not -- you've not had the benefit of a mirror but i thought you looked pretty good in that suit. it does need some alterations. i have consulted with rodney and he has volunteered to fix the suit for you.
designer so he will alter the suits properly. i'd also like to have a moment of silence for mr. lee. [ laughter ] who was brutally murdered. by mr. tan's mother. [ laughter ] i rule in favor of the defendant. and i'm keeping these pants. >> sal: judge james has rendered his verdict. let's talk to the plaintiff mr. mor and good friend alan. alan, let me ask you. you're an aficionado of pastrami. >> sure. >> jimmy: yeah. we have a sandwich for you. i'd like to see you render your verdict on this sandwich. it's not rye as you're used to but take a bite. get in there. okay? what do you think? you like that? be honest. >> i think it's got too much
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moment so the rest of the network can join us. this is an abc news special report. >> good evening. i'm headquarters in new york interrupting programming to bring you some breaking news. abc news has learned that long-time cuban feeder fidel castro has died. he was 90 years old. his death was announced by his brother raul on cuban state television just a few moments ago. fidel castro ruled cuba for close to 50 years, seizing power in the cuban revolution of 1959 before eventually handing over
2008. abc's jim avila has more on the life of the revolutionary figure. >> reporter: for a half century, fidel castro ruled cuba while the world changed around him. 50 years of isolation finally ended only after he left power. and only with his tacit blessing. castro remained skeptical and suspicious of the u.s. right up to his death. defiantly commenting after president obama's that cuba will never forget the bay of pigs invasion, and does not need america. his defense of his communist revolution never faltering. >> translator: i am a communist. a marxist socialist communist. i am not a afraid to say i'm a communist. >> reporter: he was born in 1926 out of wedlock to a wealthy cuban landowner and his maid. he went to catholic schools then
was very good at it, and politics. he became an activist for the poor and working class. in 1956 after being expelled by cuba's american-supported dictator have a lens i don't bautista, castro returned secretly with brother raul, che guevara, and others. they hid out in the mountains and waged a guerilla war. >> the road to havana paved with glory for rebel chieftain fidel castro. >> reporter: castro finally expelled bautista and took over. fidel promised democracy but squashed all dissent with jail or expulsions, even executions. he nationalized all u.s. businesses. in 1961, president john f. kennedy, just elected, approved a cia-trained invasion force of 1,300 cuban exiles who went ashore at the bay of pigs. castro demolished them. a huge propaganda victory.
discovered castro had let the soviets put nuclear missiles in cuba. >> it shall be the policy of this nation to regard any nuclear missile launched from cuba against any nation in the western hemisphere as an attack by the soviet union on the united states. >> translator: yes, we were very close to the nuclear war. extremely close. >> reporter: ultimately the soviets removed the missiles. fidel continued to promote leftist movements in latin popular until his death. even castro's critics praised his advances in health care and in education. but the inefficiency of cuba's soviet-style economy produced dissent. in 1980, more than 125,000 cubans, some expelled, many allowed to just leave, braved rough seas and dehydration to come to the united states in the mariel boat lift. in the early 1990s, the fall of
dollars in soviet aid and trade, leading to widespread shortages and rationing. >> translator: with the demise of the soviet union, we have suffered the equivalent to a treason. we have felt betrayed. >> reporter: castro fought back by courting tourism and business. in 2006, just before intestinal surgery, he gave up power temporarily to his younger brother raul. he never took the reins again. made it official in 2008. but he was not started writing newspaper columns, receiving visitors, including hugo chavez of venezuela. suddenly, summer of 2010, he began displaying his indomitable drive again in public, giving tv interviews, laying flowers at the tomb of the fallen, exhorting the communist youth, addressing the cuban parliament. now the world will see how a new era of cuban-american diplomacy changes his island home.
americans gradually returning, it may no longer be fidel castro's cuba. >> jim avila joins us on the phone. jim has been to cuba many, many times. this comes just after those historic relations between cuba and the united states. how do you think this might now effect change in cuba? >> i think that it will continue on the same course. at this point i think the changes in the united states, actually, might have more effect than the change with fidel castro. because while fidel castro was considered, even to this day, the george washington of his country among those who remain in cuba, he was also a very divisive figure. and he has recently sort of faded into the woodwork, raul castro has taken over, and he really is, raul castro really has been running the day-to-day government. fidel has not.
writing, trying to be the conscience of cuba more than the ruler of cuba. but he remains, to his death, a very important figure. while he was -- because of his nationalism, because of what he meant to the people, he meant that cuba would not be dominated by the united states even though the united states is so big and so close. >> so jim, looking at this, we're looking at the historic footage of fidel castro. you can't help but think about his legacy after all these years. what do you think will be the word of historians when they look back at the life of fidel castro? >> well, i think he'll be the most prominent figure in cuba. perhaps only overshadowed a little bit by jose marti, the
about cuba becoming free. but fidel castro changed the course of cuba. he changed the way cuba was. in 1959, 1958, cuba was pretty much a satellite of the united states. run by the united states. run by the united states mafia. all those casinos, all that lively dance footage we see of cuba, that was all run by the mafia. the united states mafia. and castro cleaned that out. and not only did he do that, he's revered in his country, in cuba, for changing the class system. there was a huge class system in cuba up until then. and the peasant class didn't know how to read or write. most of the people in cuba didn't know how to read and write in 1960. and in fact, they didn't have medical care of any kind. and they didn't have electricity outside of havana.
spent money on those things. they have a very good education system. they have a very good medical system. and they have electricity all over the island. do they have all the freedoms that the united states has? they do not and the people there want those freedoms. and that's why many of them will be happy to see castro gone right now. but it will not change his place in history. >> i mentioned a lot of people will be celebrating that news without question. we just saw a few moments ago video of announcement just a few short moments ago that fidel castro, the long-time leader of cuba, has died at the age of 90. our jonathan karl is also on the phone with us. jonathan, cuba and castro have been such a fixture in foreign policy for the united states. this is certainly going to relevance nate in washington. resonate in washington. >> absolutely. fidel castro is the nemesis of so many presidents.
different american presidents, each of them since kennedy saw castro as an enemy of the united states, as an abuser of human rights. he was somebody who loomed large because he was an enemy just 90 miles from the shores of the united states. somebody who was allied with the soviet union during the cold war. outlasted the cold war. somebody who looms and loomed incredibly large in a large chunk of american history going back to 1959. >> and jonathan, with president obama deciding to try to warm relations with cuba, with the castro family, after all these years, how much hope is there in washington that raul castro might make some real changes that the united states would welcome? >> well, there's -- there's not much hope from u.s. policymakers
change under raul castro. but there certainly has been a major change in u.s. policy that was initiated by president obama. something -- he went a place, again, no american president since kennedy really thought of going. of re-establishing relations, reopening an embassy in cuba. it's the stated goal of president obama trade embargo on cuba. but you know, raul castro has effectively been leading cuba for a decade now. and, you know, there certainly have been changes on the isle. there's been a more opening up of the economic system. the willingness on the behalf of castro to engage -- raul castro to engage with the united states.
has been expected and predicted and urged by so many u.s. political figures, the belief is that would have to come not just after fidel castro but after raul castro as well. >> it's amazing how much has changed in that country in such a relatively short amount of time. jim, as we mentioned, you have spent a lot of time in cuba. raul as we mentioned has been in charge for several years now. what do you think may happen next? how do you think this might >> well, i think that -- first of all, i don't think raul castro will make the dramatic changes beyond what's going on now. the opening of tourism, some economic issues that are opening more. but not even huge economic advances under raul castro. i think what's been going on is that cuba is waiting, the cuban island itself is waiting for
away. and then when raul castro passes away, then the next generation of leadership is really the one where they expect some kind of changes. now, there have been people in miami and in the united states who have worried all along or who have been cheering on fidel's death because they believe the cubans will revolt as soon as they see an opening and will -- there will be another revolution against raul because fidel's no longer there. i don't think that's going to happen. i don't think there's any chance of that happening. i think that the cuban government and the cuban military still has a stronghold on that island. and would be very difficult. there are no weapons in that island besides those owned by the military. there's no way for -- it would be very difficult for there to be a revolution there now. it's going to be years before there's any significant change. fidel castro remained the symbol
states for many of the people there. the symbol of independence. i've seen him -- i've been to cuba about 35 times. i met him personally two or three times while he was still in office. he was a hero then to the people in the streets who were allowed to walk around with him and see him. he had a status above all others in that country. not popular in this among cuban-americans, but in cuba, very popular. >> for those of us just joining us, again, abc news has learned long-time cuban leader fidel castro has died at the age of 90. his death was announced a short time ago on cuban state tv by his brother raul. fidel castro ruled cuba for close to 50 years, seizing power in the cuban revolution of 1959. before, as we mentioned, handing power over to his brother, raul in 2008.
new era of cuban-american diplomacy change that is island with fidel castro now gone and the americans gradually returning as we've mentioned. it may no longer be fidel castro's cuba, as we've talked about. and so john, as we look at this and as news develops over the coming hours and overnight into tomorrow, what do you expect the reection reaction to be, in cuba and also in the >> i think the most interesting thing to watch will be president obama, who made such a bold and controversial move in reopening official diplomatic ties with cuba. even before obama made that step, made that move, there was the hand shake. the handshake not with fidel. never personally one on one met fidel castro.
castro. it came at nelson mandela's memorial in south africa. and it was a simple gesture, but it was seen by many in the u.s. political world as incredibly controversial. because castro, even though the cold war had long been gone, still remained this incredibly powerful symbol. so it will be interesting to see what the white house does. the president never had the opportunity and probably would have turned down the opportunity to actually personally meet with fidel. but he did work with his brother. and he did re-establish ties. and he did become the first american president to step foot on cuban soil in 88 years. so i assume we'll see some kind
even at this late point he remains incredibly -- remained an incredibly controversial figure in u.s. political world. >> incredibly controversial and incredibly polarizing. without question a chapter has ended in the cuban/united states relations. jonathan karl, jim avila, thank you so much for your time. long-time cuban leader fidel castro has died at the age of 90. stay tuned to these abc news stations for more on this de we'll have full details on "nightline" for those on the west coast of the united states and much more on "good morning america." you can find the latest at abcnews.com. i'm jonathan betts at abc news world headquarters in new york. have a good night. the touchscreen allows you to kind of pinpoint what you're talking about. which makes communication much easier and faster than the old mac that i used to use.
now that this tumultuous election is behind us it's time to concentrate on what really matters, gambling on competitive ballroom dancing. our next guest is an olympic gold and silver medalist on whom i bet a lot of money to win "dancing with the stars," please welcome laurie hernandez! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: first of all, i appreciate you being here. but i worry that you should be practicing right now. a lot of my money is on the line here. >> wow. okay. well. >> jimmy: we'll do this first, then you get back. >> first of all, thank you for having me, i appreciate it. >> jimmy: thank you for coming. >> second of all, i already had a practice today so don't worry. >> jimmy: sometimes it's nice to practice twice in a day. when somebody, for instance, has theoretically bet, i don't know,
>> okay, if you're betting that much, then you've got to make sure you're voting for me. >> jimmy: oh, believe me. i've got a machine at home that's voting. [ laughter ] are you voting for yourself? >> yes! >> jimmy: you're not? >> i am. >> jimmy: juvonen got to vote for yourself. you're voting against me if you don't vote for yourself. >> oh my gosh, okay. >> jimmy: are your teammates voting for you? >> i would hope so. >> jimmy: do you ask them? tweet them, say vote for me. all that stuff. we've got to get to work on this. your dancing is great no complaints there. perfect 10s this week. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: next week, we'll try to do better next week, okay? [ laughter ] maybe get it up to 11, even a 12. >> 12.5 would help a lot. >> jimmy: has it been easier, harder, about the same as you imagined it would be? you're no stranger to training for an event, obviously. >> yeah, i mean, it's actually been a lot harder than i thought. >> jimmy: it has? >> yeah, just because for gymnastics we have to be barefoot all the time.
heels. i was completely off my center of balance. dancing with a partner, i wasn't used to that. i kept stepping on him. i head butt him the other day. i head butt him in the chest and elbowed him. yeah. >> jimmy: val? val chir-vos-ski is your partner? [ laughter ] is he a tough pro? some are tougher than others. >> no, he's a teddy bear. >> jimmy: he is, okay. some teddy bear. a [ laughter ] i don't have teddy bears that look like that in my daughter's crib. let's just say that. [ laughter ] you are getting along? >> yes. >> jimmy: will you wear the high heels in the olympics the next time you compete? now that you know how to operate on them? >> no. >> jimmy: you will not, okay. wouldn't than interesting, though. i guess it would ruin everything. it would poke into the mat. >> poke holes, yeah. >> jimmy: you don't want to do that. would this "dancing with the stars" mirror ball which i'm hoping and i believe you will
your olympic medals? >> well, my medals are in a safe at home just because i'm like, no, nobody touch them. but then, you know, hopefully if i get the mirror ball -- and i think i'd want to put it in the center of my house so everyone could see it. but i'd have to ask my mom first. >> jimmy: you still have to ask your mom this kind of stuff? >> yeah, mom's house, mom's rules. >> oh, really, wow. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's amazing. i have to say, that was not my philosophy at 16. [ laughter ] and i did not win an olympic gold medal, i don't know if you're aware of that, i came away empty-handed. i didn't even make the olympic team believe it or not. >> i don't believe it. >> jimmy: do you do chores and stuff around the house? >> yeah. i mean -- >> jimmy: wow. >> a lot of times i wash the dishes or take out the trash. [ applause ] i've been in l.a. for a while -- >> jimmy: couldn't you say, i'm too small to wash the dishes? >> i mean -- find a way, stand on a box or something. >> jimmy: yeah. >> got to get the job done. >> jimmy: mini trampoline into
>> try this. >> jimmy: you're going to be in the thanksgiving day parade next week, is that right? >> yes. >> jimmy: is that something that excites you? >> yeah, definitely. just because the thanksgiving -- the thanksgiving day parade was something that i had watched every year, like a tradition for us. >> jimmy: we have a tradition at my house. when i was growing up with the thanksgiving day parade. my dad would come into our rooms and go, the parade is on. my sister is here. she'll vouch for me on this. then we'd go, oh, who cares, we want to sl it went something like this. >> that was me to everyone else. guys, the parade is on! everybody was like, let me sleep. >> jimmy: are you still training for the olympics while you're doing this dancing for "dancing with the stars"? >> well, right now i'm taking a little break just so i can fit in post-olympic opportunities. >> i see. >> i do plan on going back. >> jimmy: do you moderately exercise or do these, whatever it is that you guys do? do you keep up with that?
i can. but as you know, i'm practicing hard just for you. >> jimmy: thank you. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's good, i appreciate it. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i want you to stay focused on the mirror ball. remember, a lot of people win olympic gold medals, not that many people win a mirrored ball trophy. it's much, much rarer. [ laughter ] literally hundreds of gold medals were handed out, only one olympic ball so far this year, mirrored ball, rather. thank you so much for practicing on my behalf. [ cheers and applause ] you're in for the cut of the money if it goes as i hope it will. >> that's nice. i'll practice more hours. >> jimmy: yes, practice more hours. this won't even come out of your allowance, i'll just give you cash right there on the side. the live two-night "dancing with the stars" finals begin monday night here on abc. laurie hernandez, everybody! our champion! we'll be right back with music from garth brooks.
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