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tomorrow's friday. we're out of time. i appreciate your time. i'm dan >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight, sean diddy combs, from "glow," betty gilpin, plus music from johnnyswim and drew holcomb & the neighbors. and now, and this time i mean it, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: very nice, thank you. hi, everyone. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks for coming. i'm glad we can have this time. very nice.
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i appreciate it. i got to tell you, i had a humbling experience this morning. i was driving my daughter to preschool. she doesn't drive yet, so i do it. we're headed down the hill, and a truck comes and i pull over to let the truck go by. we get to the stop sign. i start to go through the intersection. and jane, my daughter, says, you were supposed to turn. and i kind of like paused for a moment, i realized i was supposed to turn, i missed the turn. i back up in the intersection. i turn. and i go the way i was supposed to go. then i look back at her and she's like this. [ laughter ] my 4-year-old had to give me directions to her school. [ laughter ] i told my wife, she's like, well, how is she so smart? i was like, yeah, great, what about me, i'm an idiot. [ laughter ] my son kevin, he is 24 now. when he was about 6, maybe 5, he already knew where he was going better than i did and this is before gps. whenever i needed to know which direction i needed to turn, i
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was too embarrassed to ask because he was a first grader and i was an adult. so i'd make it like a game. kevin, which way would you turn to get home? [ laughter ] he'd look up from sonic the hedgehog and he'd be like, make a left at the light. and i'd say, that's right, very good, a left. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] i'm not exactly e.t., let's put it that way. today by the way is the first day of august. and it is on this day every year that our nation's newscasters get their creative juices really flowing. >> it's hard to believe that it's already august. >> it's hard to believe it's already august. >> can you believe august is here already? >> i know. >> can't believe it's august already. >> we're already in august, can you believe it? >> can you believe it's august already? >> cannot believe it's august already. >> i cannot believe it's august already. >> it's august, i can't believe it. >> it's august already. >> can you believe it's already august? >> i can't believe it's already august. >> do you believe we're already in august? >> august. >> yeah. yeah. oh, boy, august. already? >> jimmy: well.
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wait till they hear about september. they're going to lose their minds. [ laughter ] this is kind of hard to believe. and also not. i am a fan of the sometimes baseball team known as the new york mets. who yesterday suffered their most lopsided loss ever. the washington nationals beat them 25-4. and with no errors. mets gave up 25 runs even though they didn't make any errors. technically the only mistake the players made was showing up for the game yesterday. [ laughter ] mets were so desperate at a certain point they had their shortstop, jose reyes, pitch. for those of you who don't follow baseball, that's like the equivalent of your i.t. guy handing you the laptop and going, i can't figure out how to -- you give it a shot. [ laughter ] shortstops don't typically pitch in the major leagues. and this is why. >> reyes looking for that punchout. instead a fly ball to center field. chases jackson back, way back near the wall, it's out of here. oh lord, mark reynolds has a three-run homer.
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and it's 24-1. >> jimmy: the good news is for the first time ever, every fan in attendance caught a home run ball. [ laughter ] it was such a devastating loss, mr. met, the beloved mets mascot of 56 years, suffered a fatal heart attack last night. our condolences go out to mrs. met and the entire baseball-headed family, he will be missed. the good news is the mets came back strong to only lose 5-3 today. that's a good lesson for life, by the way. every day -- [ applause ] every day is a new ball game. if you lose, just get out there and lose again. [ laughter ] that's the kind of world that made me a mets fan. here's something helpful for those who spend too much time on social media, which is all of us. facebook and instagram today rolled out new features that will allow you to put a time limit on how much you use facebook and instagram. the way it works is, you set a limit for yourself, when you hit that limit, you get
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an alert. then you ignore and it you keep going. [ laughter ] but according to the survey they just did, americans check their phones an average of 47 times a day. more if you're president. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] and that is nuts. so we wanted to do something to calm people. i have my own way of limiting my time on instagram and facebook, it's called having a job and children. [ laughter ] maybe twitter should look into limiting donnie trump's tweeting time. president trump took to twitter today. today he gave some historical perspective on the trial of his former campaign chairman, paul manafort. he wrote -- looking back on history, who was treated worse? alphonse capone? legendary mob boss, killer, and public enemy number one? paul manafort, reagan darling, political operative, and now serving solitary confinement although convicted of nothing, where is the russian collusion? first of all, his trial is in day two which might explain why he's convicted of nothing yet. [ laughter ]
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secondly, is it a good pr move to defend your former campaign manager by comparing him to a gangster who was sent to alcatraz and stabbed in the prison laundry room? and i love how he calls al capone alphonse, like they're golf buddies. [ laughter ] he was fantastic, one of the great throat cutters, believe me. the president also today had a suggestion for attorney general jeff sessions. he wrote, this is a terrible situation, an attorney general, jeff sessions, should stop this rigged witch hunt right now before it continues to stain our country any further. bob mueller is totally conflicted and his 17 angry democrats that are doing his dirty work are a disgrace to the usa. and you know, while some might say this tweet telling his attorney general to stop an investigation of him is obstruction of justice, luckily for donald trump, nothing matters at all anymore. all the cages at the zoo are open and we're just running for our lives. president trump had a rally in tampa last night where for once
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he was humble about his performance on the job so far. >> they just came out with a poll, did you hear? the most popular person in the history of the republican party. is trump! can you believe it? >> jimmy: no, i can't even believe you believe that. [ laughter ] he didn't stop there, he went on to compare himself favorably to another very prominent republican president. >> i can be, i used to tell them all the time, the fake news, i'd say, i can be more presidential than any president in history, except for possibly abe lincoln with the big hat, i don't know if i can. abe, abe looked pretty presidential, right? what do you think, he's tough. he's tough. i admit it, abe lincoln is tough. >> jimmy: well. i'm proud of him for finally admitting that. the past few days, trump has repeatedly said he's more popular than lincoln, which really that is the ultimate demonstration of insecurity. i mean, obama i get. i can see him feeling competitive with obama.
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what kind of a looney tune has a rivalry with abraham lincoln? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] no monster trump rally would be complete without a little fake news bashing. them folks near tampa hate that fake news, i'll tell you that. no one is less popular in that department than jim acosta of cnn. >> last night around 5:00 yesterday we started to feel the heat from the crowd at the trump rally down in tampa, florida. a number of the president's supporters were hurling insults at us, they were really verbally abusing us for most of the night chanting, fake news, cnn sucks, so on, acting in somewhat of a threatening way from time to time. >> jimmy: well, wait a minute. let's have a look at that guy again. [ laughter ] because not only is he wearing two hats. he's wearing a "blacks for trump" shirt. even the blacks for trump are white. [ laughter ] this is amazing.
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it's perfect. the white guy in the blacks for trump t-shirt calling cnn liars. [ laughter ] this is what it sounded in the crowd last night, this is what jim acosta heard while he was getting accosted. >> cnn sucks! cnn sucks! cnn sucks! cnn sucks! cnn sucks! >> jimmy: well, what you're watching there is the first amendment eating itself. you know? someone tell melania her be best campaign isn't really working in tampa right now. there was some lively individuals in that crowd, like this woman who somehow managed to give cnn the finger while dressed like larry the cable girl. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] as you might guess, the president, believe it or not, enjoyed this uprising against the press. his son eric even posted the jim acosta video, then trump retweeted it. a retweet is the closest eric trump get to a hug from his father.
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[ laughter ] the truth is on the endangered list. president trump in his second year as president, he has almost doubled the number of lies he told in the first year. in june and july, the president was averaging 16 lies a day. that doesn't even count the one he tells his wife. [ laughter ] but the press, and here's the thing about the press, they never say lie. they never say he lies. they keep using words like falsehood, misleading. there's another term for those words, it's called lying. he's not misleading, he's lying. you know how you can tell he's lying? because he's always telling us it's true. >> that president is one of the dumbest human beings on earth. it's true. trump is one of the only people ever that actually accomplished more than he promised, and it's true. hillary clinton couldn't be elected dog catcher, i mean that, it's true. the safest place on earth is at a trump rally, and you know that, it's true. i said, doc what would have happened if i had high blood pressure? he said, you would have exploded about 30 years ago. it's true.
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i'd like to apologize to pocahontas. it's true. it's true. it's true. it's true. it's true. it's true. it's true. it's true. it's true. it's true. no, it's true. it's true. it's true. it's true. it's true. it's true. true. that's true. it's true. true. it's true, it's true, it's true. >> true. ♪ i know this much is true >> jimmy: at least we got to hear a little spandau ballet. [ cheers and applause ] trump had one more winner today. while he misquoted a columnist who is on fox news, he's watching the guy then he wrote, we already have a smocking gun about a campaign getting dirt on their opponent, hillary clinton, how is it okay for hillary clinton, et cetera. we already have a smocking gun. what the hell is a smocking gun? i honestly didn't know. this afternoon we tracked one down. and this is it. here -- this is a smocking gun. guillermo, hold still, if you will, okay?
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let me just get this going here. okay. [ laughter ] three, two, one -- [ laughter ] amazing, a smocking gun. [ cheers and applause ] careful. if you're into pottery, ceramics, or whatever, they're very, very convenient. spelling, as you know, is not the president's strong suit. in fact, he spells "suit" with two os. what do you do when you can't spell? you sell. the president is doubling down and cashing in on that too. >> tired of the same old war games? >> so boring. >> i know. >> trump up your game with scrabull and spell the presidential way. >> oh, 20 points! >> now it's my turn. >> grab a handful of elephant
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tusk tiles from the real velvet ball and place them behind your wall so no one can see. the new bonus squares, huge letter score, bigly word score, the most points in the history of points. >> unprecedented. >> what? >> and two exclamation points. i win! >> unpresidented is not a word. i challenge you. >> witch hunt! >> the scrabble dictionary has the best words. >> unpresidented is a word. that i can tell you. >> buy scrabull wherever fine games are sold. and don't forget the travel version. for long trips and teeny tiny hands. >> i know words, i have the best words. >> available at walgreens. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tonight on the show, music from johnnyswim, drew holcomb and the neighbors. from "glow" betty gilpin is here. be right back with sean diddy combs! (vo) love. i got it. i gotcha baby. (vo) it's being there when you're needed most.
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>> jimmy: welcome back. tonight from the show "glow" which you can see on netflix, the emmy nominated betty gilpin is here with us. [ cheers and applause ] this is their ep, called "good-bye road." johnnyswim and drew holcomb live on the mercedes-benz stage. you can see them live on october 19th and 20th at magnolia's market in waco, texas. tomorrow night, dave grohl and brett baier will join us. and we'll have music from courtney barnett. please join us then too. our first guest is a multitalented mogul who puts music in your ears, clothes on your body and vodka down your throat. he sits between a deejay named khaled and a trainor named meghan on "the four." the season finale airs tomorrow night on fox. please welcome sean diddy combs. [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ >> jimmy: you look very handsome. >> oh, thank you. >> jimmy: it looks like it's the end of the wedding and you're starting to relax. >> yeah. that was my vibe today. >> jimmy: i like it. how's your summer going? >> summer's going great. >> jimmy: is it? what do you do for summer? relax, go on trips? >> i usually relax but i've been working. i need a vacation. >> jimmy: are you going to take a vacation sometime soon? >> no, i'm not going to take a vacation. >> jimmy: just when the kids have to go back to school, that suddenly comes the time you're taking your vacation. >> but i'm not going to take vacation. >> jimmy: you're not going to take a vacation. >> no, i have to work. >> jimmy: you have to work. how many kids? >> i have six children. >> jimmy: what is the age range on the kids? >> i have three girls. one is 12. i have twins that are 11. i have a 20-year-old.
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>> jimmy: i'm not going to let you off the hook, keep telling me what their ages are. >> i have a 24-year-old, i have a 26-year-old. i can't take a vacation. >> jimmy: even you can't afford a vacation with that many kids. so did the kids go to summer camp? is that a thing you'll do? >> yes, one of my daughters went to summer camp. >> jimmy: did she like it? >> she didn't. >> jimmy: she did not. a lot of kids don't like summer camp. >> she didn't like the accommodations. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> yes. she's not spoiled. she was just like, dad, they didn't have cots. >> jimmy: she wanted a cot. >> i think her mother sent her to like a very rustic type of really in the woods summer camp. she thought she was at least going to get a bed. >> jimmy: yeah, no. >> she didn't get a bed so she didn't like it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i would imagine a situation like that -- >> she's not spoiled, though. >> jimmy: you would get the private jet, have a king-size bed put on it, 20 of them for all the campers, fly the jet into the camp, drop off the beds, and everybody's happy. no? >> no, she just wanted a bed. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: she just wanted a bed.
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she just wanted to come home. did you go to camp when you were a kid? >> yes. >> jimmy: what kind of camp did you go to? >> a camp in new york called the fresh air fund. >> jimmy: i've heard of that. >> for underprivileged kids in the city. you'd get a chance to go away for the summer. i went and stayed with an amish family. >> jimmy: really? >> lancaster, pennsylvania. >> jimmy: what? [ laughter ] >> yes. >> jimmy: the whole summer? >> she didn't have a bed. i didn't have lights, electricity, or a car. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow. do you remember the family? >> yes, i remember the family. but i had no way to stay in touch with them. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you didn't mail them a letter, i guess? >> i'm serious. i think about them all the time. i'm just like, man, i wonder if they know what i grew up to be. >> jimmy: yeah. >> but i don't think they did. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] that's really great. >> yeah.
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>> jimmy: what is that like, living with an amish family? do you get used to not having those -- >> it's beautiful. >> jimmy: is it? >> it's a chance to really kind of get away and just -- no electronics. it really teaches you how to just relate with each other. >> jimmy: did you have chores and that sort of thing? >> yes. >> jimmy: you did. what did you have to do? >> had to milk cows. >> jimmy: really. >> yeah. had to -- what else did i do? i got -- pick berries. >> jimmy: uh-huh. sounds like this wasn't camp. sounds like they needed help around the farm. they somehow bamboozled this charity into sending you there to work. >> it was a great experience. >> jimmy: how long were you there? >> my mother left me there the whole summer. >> jimmy: three solid months? >> two months. >> jimmy: two months, that's something else. boy, that would be great if we could get you in touch with that amish family. >> wouldn't it. >> jimmy: wouldn't than the greatest thing ever. >> it would be great. >> jimmy: it would be like, jehosephat, what in the tarnation has happened?
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>> i remember we used to go to church. at the church they used to just have these lavish meals. and it really kind of taught you family. >> jimmy: they have great meals, the amish. >> great meals. >> jimmy: they make a whole -- it's a big thing. because they have nothing else to do. [ laughter ] >> i rode around in a horse and buggy everywhere. >> jimmy: you did? >> yes, i did. >> jimmy: diddy in a buggy. >> yes, yes. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: now you got a bentley. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you should attach a horse to the bentley. it would be fun. for old times' sakes. clop clop clop clop! there you are with sunglasses on just cruising. >> it's one of the things that helped to make me who i am. just all the different experiences of life. i truly appreciated it. shout-out to the fresh air fund. >> jimmy: who is addicted to his phone and that sort of thing. >> yes. >> jimmy: you are now, so even then that didn't -- >> i'm breaking. i'm breaking my habit now. >> jimmy: how are you doing that? >> i'm just putting the phone down. you know. >> jimmy: just putting it down.
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>> putting it down and not letting it talk to me. ignoring it. >> jimmy: you get to it when you get to it? >> i'm trying. >> jimmy: you're trying. it's hard. >> it's hard. >> jimmy: you brought a photograph. when did this happen? >> i have my kids, i have my girls right now. and this happened yesterday. >> jimmy: and you've got an infestation at your home. [ laughter ] >> this is the real tarzan. we call him black tarzan. the real tarzan. will smith was just talking about him on his instagram page. this guy right here? he's really tarzan. >> jimmy: in what way? he doesn't seem to be dressed like tarzan. [ laughter ] >> he's a modern-day tarzan. >> jimmy: i see, i see. >> the way he deals with pets and animals. you know, black people, we've never had a tarzan. >> jimmy: you haven't had a tarzan. >> we have one now. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: are you taking this picture? >> no, no, i'm in the house. [ laughter ]
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>> jimmy: i would be in the house too. i wouldn't want any part of this. >> i had him come over to entertain the kids. >> jimmy: yeah, right. and the kids like the snakes, i guess? >> yeah, snakes and turtles and iguanas. >> jimmy: ugh. eventually all you have is snakes, though, you know? [ laughter ] and were these snakes spray painted? why are they beautifully black and beautifully white? >> because it's black tarzan. >> jimmy: i see. [ laughter ] >> he can talk to -- yeah, i don't know. >> jimmy: he will like bring these -- if you call black tarzan -- do you call him on the phone? >> his name's the real tarzan. in my head i call him black tarzan. [ laughter ] his name is the real tarzan on instagram. >> jimmy: the real tarzan will bring animals to your home? >> yeah, he brings animals to children. but also he's just -- he's really tarzan. i've sat down and i talked to this guy the other night. he was at this party i was having at the house. and he was explaining to me what
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he did. and i was like, man, you are really tarzan. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: how does he get to your house? does tarzan drive up in an suv? >> i think he was in a lamborghini. [ laughter ] i'm not going to lie to you. >> jimmy: were the snakes in the glove box? how does that work? >> i don't know. as i said, i was in the house. >> jimmy: wow, you're living some life. it's a fascinating life. we'll discuss it more and "the four" as well, the season finale is tomorrow night. sean diddy combs is here. we'll be right back. whoa, what's going on? >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" brought to you by head and shoulders. from sprint. s going to we wait, 50% off? my analysis confirms this galaxy note9 is perfect for fortnite. and you've been practicing on a network built for unlimited. you know evelyn, this is actually a really- i won. how?
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>> jimmy: we are back with sean diddy combs. season finale of "the four: battle for stardom" airs tomorrow night at 8:00 p.m. on fox. how many contestants? >> four left.
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>> jimmy: you haven't whittled them down at all? >> we start with four, we end at four, and we get one champion out of the four. >> jimmy: on "the bachelorette" we start with 30. whittle it down to two. then eventually it's none. [ laughter and applause ] are you excited about the four that are there? >> i love doing the show. we have so much great talent. and the thing that's different about our show is it's combative. it's a battle, a singing battle. not just, okay, somebody performs. somebody else performs. there's like trash talking, people trying to outsing people. >> jimmy: but not amongst the judges? the judges, you and dj khaled, are very good friends. >> yes. >> jimmy: what do you guys do together? >> we eat. [ laughter ] we eat and we listen to music, we make music. we vibe and talk about just how blessed we are. >> jimmy: yeah.
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he used to be scared to fly. he's now flying? >> yes, he's flying now. >> jimmy: that's got to help your relationship. if he'd have to take the bus every single time you wanted to get together. [ laughter ] you'd feel blessed. >> i had to get him on the plane. he's good now. >> jimmy: you had a big wrap party for the crew on "the four"? >> yes. >> jimmy: yeah. >> we have a party every thursday night. >> jimmy: every thursday night? >> every thursday night. >> jimmy: really? where? >> at my house. >> jimmy: every thursday night, everyone comes over? >> it's a big deal. don't you watch your show? >> jimmy: what? no, i never watch my show. [ laughter ] i've seen it already. you actually gather to watch the show? >> yeah, we gather to watch the show. it's a big deal to us. >> jimmy: oh, wow, yeah. that won't last that long. [ laughter ] by like midseason next year, everybody get out of my house! i see you all week, i don't need any more of this!
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do you like being a -- i'm sure you love both. but which is more fun for you, being ceo, or being a musician, producer, performer? >> i mean, an entertainer, of course. >> jimmy: is more fun, yeah. >> but i'm on a mission. >> jimmy: what is your mission? >> my mission is i'm going from being on the stage to now i want to become the stage. i'm becoming the stage. to be able to be a platform for up and coming artists and creatives and different people who wouldn't get a chance to be seen and heard. >> jimmy: i see. >> even in hollywood, diversify in hollywood. >> jimmy: you like that, finding people and you like making them into stars. >> i represent black excellence. >> jimmy: i see. >> really changing the narrative from what's reported about us on the news to just things that are more positive and more about our community. >> jimmy: are you in any way -- [ cheers and applause ] i don't know what your relationship is like, but are you in any way jealous of kanye's relationship with president trump? [ laughter ] >> no. no, i'm good. >> jimmy: not at all?
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>> i'm good. >> jimmy: you're never, hey, maybe the three of us can hang out, get together? by the way, president trump had his own vodka, didn't work out anywhere near as good as yours. maybe you could be president. do you ever think about anything like that? >> no. >> jimmy: really, never? >> no. >> jimmy: why? >> i wouldn't make a good president. >> jimmy: you don't think you'd be good? >> i wouldn't really pass any of the things that you have to pass. but i guess trump did it. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you would be a boy scout by comparison. >> yeah, yeah. no -- i like doing what i'm doing. >> jimmy: you like doing -- yeah, yeah. there's no fun in that, is there? >> i don't know if i could be responsible for the whole country. >> jimmy: you know what, i think that at this point? almost anybody would be doing a better job. [ laughter ] >> what about you? >> jimmy: yeah, and i wouldn't do a better job, but i think -- you know what, if you agreed to run for president, i would be happy to be your running mate. let's put it that way. [ cheers and applause ] >> oh. >> jimmy: i say that because i
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know you won't. >> but that would be fun, though. >> jimmy: you would be the first president with diamonds on his teeth. think of the history there. [ laughter ] that really -- >> that's right. >> jimmy: -- really would be something special. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: sean diddy combs, everybody! the season finale of "the four: battle for stardom" airs tomorrow at 8:00 pm on fox. we'll be right back with betty gilpin. you already know me. decided what kind of man i am. but you don't get to tell me who to be. this is the man i am. it takes a man to be yourself, it takes the right razor to express it. schick hydro sense.
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>> jimmy: hi there, welcome back. still to come, johnnyswim. our next guest is a very talented actress. and she'll body slam you from the top rope to prove it. she's an emmy nominee for the
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netflix show "glow." please welcome betty gilpin. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: how's it going? i like that outfit. is it all one? or is it two different things? >> it's two different things, yeah. >> jimmy: oh, how about that, welcome. betty is a good name. not that many people are named betty anymore. >> yeah, it's me and a bunch of ladies who are about to die any moment. [ laughter ] hang in there. >> jimmy: sorry, betty white. [ laughter ] >> no, no! no, she'll live forever. >> jimmy: let's go with crocker. i don't think she exists. >> right, right, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. your real name is elizabeth, i assume? >> it is, yes, yeah. >> jimmy: that's usually how that goes. >> i've come to love betty. i'm a crabby old woman inside so the name reflects what i truly am. >> jimmy: why do you say you're an old woman inside? >> i don't know, i've always felt that way. i feel i'm a combination of
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buster and lucille blues. half like this half like this. >> jimmy: that's an "arrested development" reference. >> mark marin and i have that in common. >> jimmy: he's like a crabby old man. >> for sure. >> jimmy: he's on the show with you. this is your first emmy nomination, right? >> yes, yes. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: were you up? did they call -- someone call you? how did you learn that -- >> no, so i'm so excited this is happening. this was not on my brain dream radar at all. >> jimmy: really. >> yeah. i mean, i just -- i don't know. i feel like i have a healthy sense of insecurity with a little healthy sprinkling of self-loathing. you set the bar healthily low. and i just never, ever, ever thought that this was going to happen. it's so weird. i was -- i did this movie with my new favorite, rebel wilson. and we end the movie with a dance number to "express yourself." >> jimmy: the madonna song? >> yes, yeah.
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so the day the emmys were being announced i had forgotten that was happening. and i was recording my part of "express yourself." so not my comfort zone anyway. and i was kind of in this recording booth being afraid i was getting it wrong. the dude came over the intercom, was like, "that was fine, and i guess you got nominated for an emmy just now." [ laughter ] and my first reaction was like, i don't want him to feel pressured to like have this moment with me. so i was like, okay, we can go from the top. ♪ don't go for second best baby ♪ then just went in the bathroom. it was crazy. >> jimmy: will this be your first award show or have you been to them before? >> no, i went to the s.a.g. awards last year. and that was like a -- kind of like an almost career-ending terror parade. >> jimmy: oh, really. >> yeah. we were -- the week leading up to the s.a.g. awards, we were shooting our last episode where
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i wrestle a lot. and i got -- unbeknownst to me, i got a pretty bad concussion. and i'd never had one before, so i didn't know that that's what had happened. >> jimmy: how did you get it? >> so in the last episode i wrestle our wrestling coach in real life, chavo guerrero jr. there's a move where he backflips over me and i kind of run under him and miss him. which is what was supposed to happen. but i misheard the cue, and i screwed it up. and i -- it was like my head was a spear and his body a water buffalo. [ laughter ] i was just full tom and jerry, like rammed my head almost into his butt. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: like a real head butt. >> yeah, full-on, yeah, like a cartoon. >> jimmy: in a serious way. >> yes, yeah. got up and saw stars. i didn't want to get in trouble. i'm like, i'm fine, i'm good to go. then went to the s.a.g. awards like the next day. and so the s.a.g. awards, i was
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like hungover cinderella on the outside, full gary busey on the inside. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: did you have to do any interviews or anything like that? >> so they kick off the s.a.g. awards with this champagne toast. and i was asked to be the actress who was like, welcome! and it was me and the i guess heiress to this champagne brand who's in this ball gown. and we had to do a million takes because we kept screwing it up. i drank like five glasses of champagne. they were like, let's get some of you guys just doing little banter with each other. i was like, what if we talk about our worst childhood traumas? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that didn't go over? >> no, she was like, my english isn't great, i don't know what you're saying. i'm like, it's for the best. >> jimmy: you're from an acting family, right? >> yes, yeah. >> jimmy: where's your family from? >> i grew up in new york city. and both my parents are mainly theater actors.
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so i kind of grew up -- yeah, we're old show, carney people. >> jimmy: did you act with your parents when you were in things? >> no, that was not allowed. i think they were really hoping i would fall in love with science. >> jimmy: i see. >> yeah, no. >> jimmy: yeah. >> no, i kind of grew up in the stage manager booth, you know. taking notes on -- i mean, i would watch their performances over and over and over again. and, you know -- i thought i was being a really helpful 8-year-old by being like, so i saw that you were having trouble with the carnation prop, and you lose the laugh when you screw it up in that way. [ laughter ] thank you so much. i thought i was being amazing. >> jimmy: you were giving notes to the actors? >> yes. >> jimmy: how did that go over? >> not well. [ laughter ] and i was like, i'm an innovator. yeah, if an 8-year-old gave me a note i would be put in jail for my reaction. >> jimmy: yeah, right. >> that was not like that. >> jimmy: before you became a television wrestler what kind of parts were you doing?
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what did you do? >> i mean -- you know, i've been working as an actor for almost 13 years, i guess. and i guess i have a healthy sense of realism about while thingsre changing in a really exciting way, i think it's still like men get to be three-dimensional, sexy forever, farting geniuses -- >> jimmy: thank you. [ laughter ] i mean, yes, that's terrible. >> i played a lot of either like, you know, sobbing boobs, or like sobbing laundry basket. there was a lot of like -- you know. like, you're back, hey! you know. you were so brave! [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: yeah, you did that well. >> thank you so much. >> jimmy: that's something else. this must be exciting. you have this great cast, a big show. >> i'm so excited, yeah, yeah.
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>> jimmy: now you're going to be at the emmys. do you know who your competition is? >> no. oh my god, no. but it's cruel, they make you do these phone interviews right after you find out you get nominated. >> jimmy: right. >> and i was still in like a neuroses tornado of like, who am i? and she was like, is your whole life changed now? and i was like, no, you know, i mean, kim jong-un is coming, time's a flat circle, i -- what? and she was like -- >> jimmy: what? >> i don't know what i was saying. >> jimmy: what? >> then she was like, what do you think of your other competition? and i was like, let's google it. how many nominees? 2019. she's like, it's 2018. oh my god! >> jimmy: time is a flat circle. >> flat circle. >> jimmy: whoever your competition is, congratulations. >> i know now. they're all amazing. >> jimmy: you now know. congratulations to you individually. >> thank you. >> jimmy: betty gilpin, everybody! "glow" is on netflix. she's nominated for an emmy. we'll be right back!
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>> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. a magical place... that's lookin' to get scared! (laughter) halloween time is back in disneyland and disney california adventure parks!
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>> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. >> jimmy: i want to thank diddy and betty gilpin. apologies to matt damon, we ran out of time for him. this is their ep "goodbye road." here with the song "ring the bells," johnnyswim and drew holcomb and the neighbors! ♪ ring the bells this time i mean it bid the hatred fair thee well ♪ ♪ give back the pieces of my jesus take your counterfeit to hell bang the drums ♪ ♪ this means war not the kind you're waiting for we say mercy ♪ ♪ won't be rationed here that's what we're fighting for all is fair ♪ ♪ in love and war then what the hell is loving even for if we can't ♪
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♪ sing it loud enough we'll keep on adding voices up ring the bells ♪ ♪ ring the bells ring the bells ring the bells move your feet ♪ ♪ you tiny people you've been hiding for so long behind your statues ♪ ♪ and your steeples does that hit too close to home i got faith ♪ ♪ to move a mountain and to watch that mountain move it's time for words ♪ ♪ to fall like thunder sound of justice breaking through if all is fair ♪ ♪ in love and war then what the hell is loving even for the world laughs ♪ ♪ and the martyrs sing but love breaks through the cavalry ring the bells ♪ ♪ ring the bells ring the bells ring the bells you called me boy ♪ ♪ instead of son and i ain't the only one was in the throne room
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of a kingdom ♪ ♪ where i found that i belong i ain't scared to face a fortress ♪ ♪ i have seen them fall before with broken bones you've built it ♪ ♪ but it crumbles board by board if all is fair in love and war ♪ ♪ then what the hell is loving even for if we can't sing it loud enough ♪ ♪ we'll keep on adding voices up ring the bells ring the bells ♪ ♪ ring the bells ring the bells ring the bells ring the bells ♪ ♪ ring the bells ring the bells ring the bells this time i mean it ♪ ♪ bid the hatred fare thee well give back the pieces of my jesus ♪ ♪ take your counterfeit to hell ♪ yeah! [ cheers and applause ]
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