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thank you for watching abc news. we hope you check in for "good morning america." they are kicking off memorial day weekend with their summer concert see rears, a live performance by robin thicke. jimmy kimmel is up next. we'll see you here tomorrow. up next on an all-new "jimmy kimmel live" -- >> the city council just passed a ban on all plastic bags at the supermarket. we're bank plastic, where is bruce jenner's face going to live? >> charlize theron. >> i don't know what love is, though? is that love? >> yeah, that is love. >> manny pacquiao. >> wow. when you give up fighting, that's when you know you're serious. >> and "unnecessary censorship." >> i had have [ bleep ] every
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>> jimmy: hi, i'm jimmy kimmel with a word about thermacare heatwraps. this election season, thermacare is going to defeat back pain, so you can get back your right to enjoy doing what you love. >> back pain has controlled this country for too long it has taken away your right to enjoy your favorite activities. amy in colorado cannot go hiking because of back pain. cedric in pennsylvania can't do a ski because of back pain. but a new dawn is rising. thermacare is the best candidate to defeat back pain. only thermacare has patented heat cells that penetrate deep to bring you up to 16 hours of
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relief. this year, say no to back pain, and choose thermacare. i'm garl mow, the security guard, and i approve this message. ahh! >> dicky: get ready to rally for 16 hours of relief at to win prizes and help thermacare defeat back pain. >> jimmy: "jimmy kimmel live" is back in two minutes with charlize theron, manny pacquiao and music from graffiti6. today, we stand against the tyranny
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>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- charlize theron. manny pacquiao. and music from graffiti6. with cleto and the cletones. and now, more than ever, here's jimmy kimmel! ♪ it's "jimmy kimmel live" [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: well, thank you. that's very nice. thanks, everyone. welcome. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you for joining me. i'm glad you're excited. we're excite d, too, because we have a new show premiere tonight here on abc, a singing competition show. it's about time somebody did one of those. and this one is called "duets." the judges on the show are kelly clarkson, john legend, jennifer nettles and robin thicke. each one of them has to choose two amateur singers to be their partner. if they are each choosing two singers, the show show called threesome and it would be more interesting to watch. each of the stars say they are
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in search of undiscovered talent. which, i don't think we have anymore, to be honest with you. in fact, i think we should start farcing some of our existing celebrities back into obscurity. so, now on network television, we have "duets," "american idol," "the x factor" and "the voice." here's how a television pitch meeting goes. okay, so, it's a singing competition and -- stop right there, we love it. we're putting it on. [ laughter ] last night, we and when i say we, i don't mean me. some of us crowned a new "american idol." the winner for the fourth year in a row is that white kid with the guitar. this one's name is phillip phillips. it will be hard to forget someone with that name, but i have every confidence that we will. [ laughter ] there is a lot going on on "american idol" last night. they brought a bunch of major music icons in to sing with the two finalists. one of them was jennifer holiday, who sang with yes, sir is a sanchez.
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it's fun to watch her her form. not only does she have an amazing voice, she has amazing facial expressions to go along with it. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: honestly, one of the scariest things i s i think i'v
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ever seen. in fact -- got some voice. let's take out the sound of her voice and watch that again. [ growling ] >> jimmy: that's right. what happens now, and i think is a great twist -- [ applause ] whoever the runner up is gets feed to jennifer holiday. [ laughter ] here in los angeles, the city council just passed a ban on all plastic bags at the supermarket. supermarkets are no longer to provide plastic bags for you to carry your stuff out. so, which, i guess means we will -- our dogs will pop directly into our purses or -- i don't know. stores will have six months to stop. they'll be allowed to give out
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paper bags for free for six months after that and then they will be skwooired to charge ten cents per bag. if you don't want to pay that, you just have to sit in the front of the store and eat all your groceries before you believe. by the way, in case you are wondering, this is why your wife has been stuffing all those plastic backs under the kitchen sink. how can the most plastic city in america turn its back on plastic bags? and if we're bank plastic, where is bruce jenner's face going to live? [ applause ] thank you. shoppers are now wondering what they're going to do, once plastic bags are phased out. memean, i always forget to bring that thing. fortunately, there's already a new product that just came onto the market. i believe it will help. >> it's every shopper's dilemma. you go to the checkout counter, plastic backs are a no-no. and paper backs rip right through. if only you had a grocery bag on
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for people who really like to chug their ketchup. that's going to take some getting used to -- i see millions of people dumping entire bottles of ketchup onto everything. and why is that one of the creepiest things i've ever seen? something kind of horrible about it. and i think we kind of need to shake ketchup -- now days that's about the most exercise any of us even get. [ laughter ] this is how fat well are as a country. our top science students are working to make sure ketchup gets onto our fries two-tenths of a second sooner. [ laughter ] this is -- this is -- there's a new youtube channel called the pet collective. they produce animal-related program. one of the programs is a show called "pet sense." it's a dog psychic nonsense. a dog has a strange obsession with cleaning products. the owner was showing the camera crew what he does. they released this unedited footage. stick with this all the way to the end.
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>> no, no. that's poison. that's poison. no, no, get out. whoa. oh, no. are you [ bleep ] kidding me? oh, my gosh. that's paint. all right. >> hold on. >> it's all over him. it's all over him. come here. yogi. come here. come here. come on. in the bathroom. in the bathroom. get that out of your mouth. that's what happens when you do that [ bleep ]. [ bleep ]. >> whoa! >> what was that? >> the house just caught on fire. >> it did? >> no, no, no. >> jimmy: that's a show right there. [ applause ] either that or, i don't know, maybe that's -- that could be god's way of saying we don't need another dog psychic show.
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i would watch a show about pelts if the house blew up at the end of every one. the summer olympics are just a little over two months away. yesterday, nbc and their various family channels unveiled their plan for broadcasting the games. and that plan is to provide 500 -- 5,535 hours of programming. more than double the amount of coverage of all previous summer olympics combined. that's -- that's too much, right? we could live would discus, right? [ laughter ] and how many different kinds of switching do we need? we have the backstroke, butterfly, dog -- there's one swimming event. one should be, get to the other end of the pool as fast as you can and that's it. that's a lot of hours and i feel like the announcers are going to get bored after awhile and start sounding like this. >> and here we have -- i don't know, a guy with a stick or something.
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he's prancing with the stick. throwing the stick and it lands. he threw the stick. ah -- i guess he gets a medal for that? stuart far -- far -- who cares? >> jimmy: former president clinton had quite a night last night. he was with celebrities at a charity event called nights in monaco. while he was there, he posed for a picture with these women who, it turns out, are porn stars. woman on the left is tasha rain. her films include "baby got boobs eight." and the one of the right is brooklyn lee, who just starred in a film called "mission ass-possible."
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oh, and fans of -- [ applause ] some people are wondering how they got a picture with a former president? that's not what i'm wondering. i'm wondering, how has this never happened before? i don't think we should criticize him. we should be applauding him for not doing body shots off of them. [ laughter ] in fairness, there's no way he should have though those large-chested women who smell like raspberry body spray were porn stars. when a story like this breaks, there are so many joke possibilities. we want to make sure we have the best material possible. so, from time to time, we outsource our joke-wrifing to a company overseas. let's see if we can get ahold of them now, if we dial them up on skype there. hello? hello? you guys there? >> my name is jeffrey. how may i help you? >> jimmy: it's me, jimmy. it's jimmy kimmel. >> oh, hey, jimmy kimmel! jimmy kimmel! i was just suspended.
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>> jimmy: what's that? >> how is it suspended? >> jimmy: i don't know what you mean? >> suspended, ah -- you know? >> jimmy: oh, how is it hanging? oh. thank you very asking, it's -- yeah, i was actually just calling to see if you had the bill clinton jokes ready. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. of course. bill clinton. yes. he's a sex monkey, huh? i want to -- i want you to hear my new favorite joke. >> jimmy: oh? okay. all right. yeah, i'd love to hear that. >> ready? >>jimmy: yeah. >> what is favorite breakfast cereal? >> jimmy: i don't know who that is. >> you don't know who -- the greatest cricket baller of all-time. >> he's not the greatest cricket-baller of all time. >> jimmy: guys, honestly -- i just really -- honestly, i was
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just calling to get the bill clinton jokes, so, it's okay. >> okay, okay, well, let us get our top joke maker, roger. >> jimmy: great. thank you. >> roger! jimmy kimmel! >> jimmy: all right. all right. >> okay. >> jimmy: i'm ready. >> comedy gold. ready? >> jimmy: i'm ready. >> why did president bill clinton enjoy sexy good times with a porno star? >> jimmy: i don't know. why did president bill clinton enjoy sexy good times with a porno star? >> because she had oval orafice. >> jimmy: all right. i'll be honest, that wasn't a great -- do you have anything else? because that --
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>> yes, yes. >> what was the reason president bill clinton was kicked out of the south dakota? >> jimmy: i don't know, i give up. >> because she went to mt. rushmore. >> jimmy: all right,ell, that's -- that's cute but it doesn't really have anything to do with the porn stars. i was looking for something related to this event. so, just give me your best one. yes. >> what was the reason bill clinton -- i mean, president bill clinton posed for a photo with two porno stars? >> jimmy: okay, why did he? i don't know? >> because four porno stars were
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not made available. >> jimmy: four porno stars were not made available. >> yeah, he would have preferred to have more. >> jimmy: i understand. all right, well, thank you guys. thank you for your work. we may have to start buying our jokes from the chinese. and one more thing, it is thursday night, it's time for our weekly tribute to the fcc, where we bleep and blur things whether they need it or not. it is "this week in unnecessary censorship." >> facebook, nasdaq and now morgan stanley. all under pressure of the [ bleep ] price of facebook stock. >> i had to [ bleep ] every reporter at ktla. >> after she saw the first half of the movie, she couldn't really talk to me. >> why? >> something about how hard my [ bleep ] was. >> i got a little nervous. i thought he was coming over to [ bleep ] me. i didn't know what was happening. >> we got to do a better job
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than that. all they're going to do is going to try to pound us in the [ bleep ]. >> do you think that you could be [ bleep ] yourself? >> i don't think so. >> i love [ bleep ]. >> hey. crack open that book and read something for [ bleep ] sake, all right? ♪ >> roses are red. violets are blue. emily, i want to [ bleep ] to you. >> i love [ bleep ]. i love [ bleep ] myself. i want to just do it. >> you can't go through my castle unless you [ bleep ] my [ bleep ], and you have to [ bleep ] real squishy. >> we can do it! we can [ bleep ] squishy [ bleep ], right? >> jimmy: we have a good show for you tonight. manny pacquiao is here. we have music from graffiti6 and we'll be right back with charlize theron, so stick around. [ wind blowing ]
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>> jimmy: hi there. welcome back to the show. tonight, on june 9th, you can see him in his 60th professional bout versus undefeated timothy bradley at the mgm in vegas and live on hbo pay-per-view. manny pacquiao is here. and then with music from their abu album called "colours," graffiti6 from the bud light stage. our first guest is an oscar and golden globe-winning actor whom you know from many excellent films. starting a week from friday, she plays a queen more evil than latifah could ever imagine in the new movie "snow white and the huntsman." please say hello to charlize theron.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how are you? >> wow. >> jimmy: i always feel like danny devito when you walk out. you look great. thank you for coming. how is everything? >> everything is good. yeah. i'm a little tired. i've been traveling and promoting this film. >> jimmy: and you have a new baby, too. >> and i have, yes, that on top of it all. life is so hard. >> jimmy: how does it work when you are traveling and promoting the movie? does the baby come along with you? >> yeah, it's too long. i can't be away from him for that long. so, i mean, going through the adoption process, i knew when i was going to have him come into my life, so, before i even had him i had to start figuring out how to get a passport for him because i knew this tour was going to happen for the film. >> jimmy: wow. he has a passabort alrea ppassp?
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>> yes, he does. >> jimmy: and is there a little baby picture on -- >> there's a little -- it looks like this. he's like -- and he -- i mean, babies change every day. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and so this -- i mean, that baby doesn't exist anymore. it looks like my baby now ate that baby. and so -- we came through customs in l.a. and the agent took his passport and held it next to his face and looked at me like i was smuggling another child in. and he's like -- >> jimmy: that's weird. not like he was trying to get into a bar. >> i know. this passport is valid for five years. so, yeah, i can't imagine -- >> jimmy: yeah, so, when he's 4, maybe you have to switch the picture? >> i'm going to teach him to do that pose so that when we go through customs he just does the pose. >> jimmy: 5 years old, wearing a
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on onesie. i never really thought about the fact that, yeah, babies have to have passports too. >> it's since 9/11. before that, they could travel on the parents passport. >> jimmy: do you like going and doing that stuff? i can't even imagine doing interviews in another country, because it's hard enough to do them in the united states or in, whatever, you know, wherever you are from. but to do it in another language, with a different culture is, that challenging? >> yeah, you know, the toughest thing is, a lot of them, you have to put this little ear piece in and somebody's translating for you. so there's a delay and it's translation and it's a live audience. kristen and i had to do this -- >> jimmy: kristen stewart. >> you know her. chef plays snow white in the film. we did a show together in madrid and when we got there, they were trying, backstage, explain the
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show to us and the guy just kept -- he was trying to be very energetic, he was like, just go crazy, like, you know, just do whatever and i was like, okay, but what's your demographic, is this for kids? he's like, everybody! and i was like -- okay. so, when we walked on, it was a little nutty and then every time -- >> jimmy: go crazy? >> we were trying to -- i was trying my best to please everybody so i kind of karate chopped my way through. kristen was, like, crazy, who are you and what are you doing? when we sat down, for some reason, everything we answered, they would play sexy music. i thought, oh, that's the demographic. the guy didn't know how to tell me that. and then they pull out this chemistry set table and i'm like -- what is -- and i'm thinking this is a joke, they are going to make a joke. and this guy does pure, like, sixth grade chemistry, he's
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like, i mean, literally straightforward, he's like, look at the liquid, clear, green, and i'm like, that's it? oh, that's for the kids. i was so confused. >> jimmy: maybe they are teaching the kids how to make roofies to capture women like you. it can't be a wholesome reason. >> i need you for these. >> jimmy: if you -- with me in our ear everything would be fine. >> kristen just dropped to the floor and tried to hide her head and i was like, i should have done that. i was like, where are you? she was on the floor like this. >> jimmy: the ostrich theory of doing interviews, i guess. there was an article in "newsweek" magazine in which you made -- a passing reference, didn't really tell the story, but to a drunken sky diving incident. now, i want to know what happened there. was there a drunken sky diving? >> it was -- it was hungover sky diving. >> jimmy: okay, all right.
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so not -- >> drunken would be very irresponsible. >> jimmy: who was drunk? y you, the pilot? >> i went there a little hungover. here's the thing. i actually -- very few people know this but my mom was like a professional sky diver. she was the only woman in a men's team and they were formation sky divers. and so i grew up with all of these really bad ass cool photos of my mom with all these guys and her parachute and these little planes in the back and, you know -- >> jimmy: wow. >> some moms, my mom's really cool. but she for some reason was very adamant about my not sky diving because her last jump ended up really bad and she almost landed on power lines and she's like, some parents are like, don't do drugs, my mom is like, do not sky dive. that was -- she's like, shoot up heroin all you want. do not sky dive. she was really, really adamant about it.
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and -- >> jimmy: you disregarded it entirely. >> well, it was such a bad ass image, i wanted to know what it felt like. >> jimmy: i see, yeah. >> so, i was at a party, a friend said, we're going. oh, my god, this is my chance. and i was a little hungover. we got on the plane, i just did the tandem thing. you just basically hook onto a guy. and i'm hooked onto this guy and we're on the plane and the propeller is really loud. but i can hear him snoring. and i'm thinking to myself, that's not a good sign. so, i turn back and i'm like, are you okay? and he's like, yeah, i'm just -- i was out until, like, 4:00 a.m. >> jimmy: he's snoring with you attached to him, he's really out of it, because this is not exactly the typical day at work. >> oh, my god, jimmy. >> jimmy: did you jump out of the plane? >> yeah, i did. >> jimmy: with the snoring guy? >> he woke up for that part. and it is really amazing because i'm not really a big fan of
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heights or anything like that. >> jimmy: perfect. >> but this mad thing happens where you want to jump out of the plane. because you are in the front, so, when you get to the door, i thought, oh, my god, this drunk half asleep tandem sky diver is going to have to literally force me out of the plane and i wanted to take the leap. it was crazy. >> jimmy: was it fun? >> it was really amazing. >> jimmy: did you tell your mother? >> yeah. i then called her. >> jimmy: what did she say? >> okay, but don't do it again! [ laughter ] which i haven't. it obeyed. >> jimmy: you obeyed so far. all right. we're going to take a quick break. we're going to come back and talk about "snow white and the huntsman." charlize theron is here. we'll be right back. training's a fulltime job...
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♪ >> come and avenge your father who was too weak to raise his sword. >> jimmy: that is "snow white
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and the huntsman." charlize theron is with us. it opens a week from friday. there is not your disney-fied snow white story. >> no. she's a bad ass snow white, yeah. >> jimmy: and you are a very evil queen. >> misunderstood. >> jimmy: is it fun being, like, an over the top, really, like, truly cartoony evil character? >> yeah, i mean, look, you know, the thing is, she's still iconic, right, and we know all know her so well. there's something really fun -- there was a challenge in how do you shake that up and kind of present her in a way that people don't know her. but then there's something really fun about playing a character that gets away with screaming at everybody and ordering everybody around. >> jimmy: do you continue doing that -- >> still do. >> jimmy: okay. >> still do. it was not pretty back there. >> jimmy: i have to ask you a question. do you have proms where you grew
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up? >> we did, but i never went. i left before. >> jimmy: i didn't go to the prom, either, but for different reasons. >> why did you not go? >> jimmy: see if you can guess. >> what was it? >> jimmy: no one wanted to go with me. >> i had that happen with the one and only school dance. nobody took me. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> square to god. and i actually thought this guy was so -- i was convinced he was going to ask me, even though i had never spoken a word to him, that i told my mom i needed a dress and she bought me this red crushed velvet dress, mini, like, yeah, little slutty outfit. and i never wore it. i never got out. >> jimmy: that is heartbreaking. see, i never got -- >> cry your own river, jimmy. >> jimmy: but see, i'm not just going to sit here and wallow. i'm taking action. i'm looking to kind of re-write my own personal history. so, scarlet johansson was here a couple of weeks ago and i had her take a prom photo with me
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and that will be for one year of high school. and i was thinking it would be great if you would also -- would do the same thing and pose for a prom -- now, i got -- [ applause ] here in the united states, i got you this beautiful corsage. >> oh, see, we don't have this in south africa. this is -- >> jimmy: put that on. >> oh, my goodness. >> jimmy: if you would be so kind, step over here, because we have -- that's me in high school. if you just get next to him -- >> oh, my god. >> jimmy: and i'm going to take some pictures and i'm going to go around and buy up all the yearbooks. >> do you still have that suit? >> jimmy: i could have it made, if it turns you on, i will get one, believe me. so, if you just -- yep, though, it doesn't look like we're in love. if you could -- >> oh, you want that? i'm sorry. ing that would be good. >> jimmy: oh, wow. hold on. that's pretty good. that's pretty good. >> i don't know what love is, though. is that love? >> jimmy: yeah, that is love.
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that's -- yeah, that's love, definitely. okay. good. now, let's see what we have here. >> i don't even know if i'm on your crotch. >> jimmy: let's see here, how this -- >> did we break the camera? >> jimmy: you were too good looking for the camera. all right. oh -- there we go. that's a pretty good photo right there. that's going to look great. thank you so much. that's perfect. charlize this here reron, every. "snow white and the huntsman" opens next week. we'll be right back with manny pacquiao. the new taurus is going to blow people away... starting with the guys who built it. i haven't driven it yet. i'm going to try take it easy and warm up slowly. hi. do you get car sick or anything? no, is that a challenge? no, no. so with the 2013 taurus i can pretty much voice command anything. pretty much. you're going to be able to
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our >> jimmy: our next guest is one of the most popular athletes on the planet. he's an actor, singer, congressman, game show host and boxer. on june 9th, he defends his wbo welterweight title against undefeated timothy bradley live
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on pay-per-view. please welcome the pride of the philippines, manny pacquiao. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how are you? >> good. >> jimmy: you got yourself on your shirt. i like that. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i have to get some stuff like that with myself on my -- >> i have for you. >> jimmy: excellent. it's great to see you. i know you made some big changes in your life recently. >> yes. >> jimmy: you have given up drinking. >> gambling. >> jimmy: gambling. smoking. >> no, i didn't smoke. >> jimmy: you didn't smoke? >> girls. >> jimmy: you have given up girls? what happened? that's going too far. cock fighting, i heard you have given up. >> yeah.
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>> jimmy: that fits into the gambling thing. when you give up cock fighting, that's when you know you're serious. why did this happen? >> because i'm reading the bible and i know, i find out how to obey and follow the commandments of god. >> jimmy: wow, wow. what about your following? [ applause ] your enter raourage. do they have to give up all that stuff, drinking and cock fighting and gambling, that sort of stuff, too? >> yes. >> jimmy: oh, they do? >> yeah. >> jimmy: so they must hate the fact that you opened that bible. [ laughter ] >> no, they are very happy. >> jimmy: oh, they are? >> because they found eternal life. >> jimmy: they found eternal life. yeah, you told them. you better find eternal life or you are going to find eternal unemployment. [ laughter ] now, is this -- this photo, is this from a church picnic or what is this here? what is going on there? [ laughter ]
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>> what is that you're shooting? space gun or something? what kind of gun is that? >> that's the old 1940s gun. >> jimmy: wow. that is something else. and you are hosting a game show now, it seems, i understand. >> in the philippines. >> jimmy: yeah. and why are you hosting a game show? you are a congressman. >> yes, i'm -- that game show is giving, you though, happiness, enjoyment to the people and, of course, i'm helping to the people. >> jimmy: we have a clip from your game show. what is the title of the game sho show? >> "manny many prizes." >> jimmy: "manny many prizes." ♪ ♪ it's the freedom of a thousand doves ♪ ♪ baby you should paint my
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love ♪ ♪ [ applause ] >> jimmy: looks like the greatest show ever, i mean -- i don't know what happened there but it was entertaining. very entertaining. >> it's good. >> jimmy: it's good, yeah. i saw a thing that you said you condemned h o m oomosexuals, bu turned out you didn't say that. >> one reporter is asking me, what my stand, what my comment about the legalizing same sex marriage and i told him that, no, i'm against same sex marriage but i'm not saying that i'm condemning the gays. >> jimmy: you said -- you have family members who are gay and friends that are gay, who you
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love. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: okay, so, that got blown out of proportion. you even got banned from the mall here in l.a. right? they've unbanned you from the mall when they found out. did you know about that? >> i didn't know that. >> jimmy: imagine getting banned from a mall. [ laughter ] usually you have to shoplift to do something like that. >> i love them. >> jimmy: what about this guy you are fighting? he's undefeated. is he a good fighter? >> yes, he's a good fighter and he's undefeated and he's a champion. >> jimmy: he's a champion. but you will knock him down with no problem, right? he's moving up in weight class to fight you? >> yes, and i -- i train hard for this fight and god's will. >> jimmy: floyd mayweather, you guys still haven't fought and -- i don't understand what -- i really don't understand because both of you say you want to fight and then his side says, manny doesn't want to fight and your side says floyd doesn't want to fight and obviously he's
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not here. but even your 10-year-old son says he wants you to fight him. >> yeah, my 10-year-old son said, daddy, i want you to retire, but before you retire, i want you to fight one more boxer, what is that, who is that? and he said, i want you to beat floyd mayweather. >> jimmy: he did? [ applause ] this has been going on and on so long now -- this has been going on so long he might have to fight floyd mayweather. i feel like you could each have one representative, i could make this happen. i really feel like i could be the mediator here. would you agree to something like that? >> yes, there is no problem, as long -- >> jimmy: great. i will be the guy that makes this happen. floyd, you heard it. i invite both of you to sit
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down -- [ applause ] there will be no drinking or cock fighting. but we will hash out an agreement and get the fight. in the meantime, you have to fight this guy bradley. i wish you the best. always great to see you. thank you for coming every single time. manny pacquiao, everybody. saturday, june 9th, live on hbo, pay per view, the mgm in las vegas, nevada. we'll be right back with music from graffiti6.
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>> jimmy: this is their new a abu debut album. it is called "colours." here with the song, "stare into the sun," graffiti6. ♪
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♪ there ain't a cloud in the sky or nothing i see the birds they fly high on something ♪ ♪ this is the summer it's the summer full of color darling ♪ ♪ the sun is shining down for us but not for me it shines for others ♪ ♪ you gave me love babe gave me love babe but now it's over ♪ ♪ i'm feeling blue 'cause love is gone guess i lose but life goes on ♪ ♪ got a few tears to dry before these blue shade days are gone ♪ ♪ and i can stare into the sun ♪ ♪ i'm gonna swim in the seas of green i tell ya ♪ ♪ i'm gonna run like i'm 17 forever ♪ ♪ i see a rainbow purple and gold but it's covered ♪
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♪ 'cause there's a cloud she follows me round wherever ♪ ♪ her last words keep raining down no shelter ♪ ♪ you took your love babe took your love babe now the colors all melt together ♪ ♪ i'm feeling blue 'cause love is gone guess i lose but life goes on ♪ ♪ got a few tears to dry before these blue shade days are gone ♪ ♪ and i could stare into the sun ♪ ♪ you gave me love babe gave me love babe you gave me love then took it away ♪ ♪ you gave me love babe gave me love babe you gave me love then took it away ♪ ♪ you gave me love babe gave me love baby you gave me love then took it away ♪ ♪ you gave me love babe gave me love baby


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