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tv   Jimmy Kimmel Live  ABC  November 29, 2016 12:35am-1:37am EST

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incredible. we don't know the outcome of the game but we will by the time you're watching this at home. so just to cover my bases i'd like to say either congratulations or i'm sorry to the cubs or indians on their big victory or devastating loss, whichever that may be. [ cheers and applause ] this is going to be the highest-rated baseball game in many, many years. people all over are very interested to see the cubs go from being a team that hasn't won a world series in 108 years to being a team that won one time in 108 years. which sounds worse but fans in chicago have been on an emotional roller coaster, especially this very passionate cubs fan. this is ryan slagle. he was on the local news watching his cubs beat the dodgers to advance to the world series. the video made the rounds. he's known as crying ryan to everyone he knows. we tracked ryan down, sent him to game five. game seven is in cleveland. right now ryan is in
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slugger's sports bar in wrigleyville where they're going crazy. ryan, w are you doing? [ cheers and applause ] ryan, first of all, what's the score? is there any score yet in the game? >> decks fowler, leadoff he run, couldn't get any better. we're ready to go team's fir up, we're ready to go tonight. >> jimmy: what i want to know is are your friends still making fun of the crying?o that was good. i have a new dance called the hyperventilate, so that's a real hit. they're currently doing research on a new sports anti-anxiety medication which i'm testing right now. >> jimmy: maybe the people at zoloft could get you an endorsement deal. do you think you will cry more tonight if the cubs win or lose? >> well, win. because we are going to win. we're already up. >> jimmy: okay, all right. will you be going to work tomorrow?
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>> i have no idea, really. depends how tonight goes. >> jimmy: you may have to call in drunk, all right. [ laughter ] >> love you, jimmy! >> jimmy: good luck to you guys, sluggers in wrigleyville, i know it's crazy thanks, jimmy! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that looks like fun. earlier tonight on the cmas, we honored country music's brightest stars with trophies. later on we'll punish those very same stars with an all-country music edition of "mean tweets." first we have a cautionary tale for you. for lovers of both music and affordable furniture, i came across a story recently online about a man from norway. the man's name is klaus urstad. he made the nauz because according to the story, he bought a shower stool from ikea. once he got home and sat on it something unpleasant happened. when he sat down, a key part of his body became stuck in one of the holes.
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[ audience groaning ] i know. it's a hard story to hear. rather than just tell you about it we enlisted the help of a young singer named justin moore who was kind enough to give voice to this terrible tale of a norwegian nut with a very sad sac. >> this here's a story about a tough buy with a big problem. ♪ ♪ he went by the name klaus jorstad ♪ ♪ took an ikea chair into the shower sat on it about an hour ♪ ♪ see the holes and aanent stuff ♪ no matter how much he'd twist and shout ♪ ♪ that little bitty sucker wouldn't pop out ♪ ♪ oh devil stool you are just so cruel ♪ ♪ give me back my family jewel you devil stool ♪
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♪ klaus said to himself so mad he could spit, i'm in a different kind of ikea ball pit ♪ ♪ this stool's name should have clued me in testing for pinching and grabbing and that ♪ ♪ how could a fellow who worked at ikea come up with such a cruel cruel idea ♪ ♪ you'd have to be a sadistic soul to make a stool with a nut-sized hole ♪ ♪ klaus tried every trick he knew lathered himself tried shampoo tried wd-40 cocoa butter ♪ ♪ ♪ couldn't pull that nutter right out of the judder ♪ ♪ suddenly the heat ran out and icy water poured out of the spout ♪ ♪ and klaus well he just up and shrunk and the devil stool freed up his junk ♪ ♪ oh devil stool you played me for a fool ♪ ♪ but you ain't laving now you devil stool ♪
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♪ oh devil stool i'm free from you ♪ ♪ damn you straight to hell you devil stool ♪ >> brought to you by ikea meatballs. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have to take a break. when we come back, i have three ridiculous questions for willie nelson, miranda lambert, florida georgia line, dolly parton, chris stapleton and more in an all-country edition of "mean tweets" so stick around! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ yep, got the exact doll she wanted. no, (squirrel screeching, birds chirping) (squirrel chittering)
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♪ >> jimmy: willie, this is your book, "pretty paper." a lot of questions are answered in this book. >> yes, sir. >> jimmy: but not these. my first question for you, if >> a rabbit. >> jimmy: a rabbit? why a rabbit? >> i think i can last longer. >> jimmy: but they kill slowly. >> they do. >> jimmy: imagine being killed by a rabbit. >> yeah, that's not good. >> jimmy: what do you think of the name kenneth for a baby? >> be nice for a horse. >> jimmy: but not a human? >> well, i don't think so. not for -- no, i wouldn't want a human named that, no. would you? >> jimmy: i don't know, kenneth -- >> you'd want to be swinging a kenneth around all day. no, no. >> jimmy: have you ever used an emoji?
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>> last night. >> jimmy: you did? >> i think i did. what's it do to you? >> jimmy: i'm guessing the answer is no. well, two emojis. a smiley face. >> crown royal. the answer to all life's ridiculous questions. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back to the show. jessica chastain and music from hunter hayes is on the way. hello to those of you joining us in nashville, tennessee, which as you know was home tonight to the 50th annual cma awards. country music is very important. after this election it might be the only country we have left. it was a special show tonight. 50 years, celebrating 50 years of cmas. dolly parton received the willie nelson lifetime achievement award which is literally the highest honor you can display on a shelf alongside a bong. [ laughter ] dolly got that, then a special performance tonight from beyonce
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on the country music awards. which is exciting. and i'll say another thing. between "lemonade," the world series, "the walking dead," it has been an amazing year for baseball bats. beyonce did her big hit country song "if you like it you should have put a ring of fire on it or something like that, i don't know, before an appreciative audience. country music fans are some of the most appreciative and enthusiastic fans of all forms of music. i see it when we have artists on the show. the fans, they're excited, upbeat, they don't steal music, they buy it, a solid group. just like any group of fans there are rotten apples. tonight we invited some of country's biggest stars to read some of the nasty things those apples wrote about them and they graciously accepted that offer. with that said, it's t "mean tweets." >> just because you have a beard, a ponytail, and a cowboy hat doesn't mean you can sing. you know how i know?
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trace adkins. just concerning. >> bonnie raitt looks like the aunt who would have a few too many at your mom's birthday party and try to fight your dad. >> randy houser, more like randy who's-er. [ bleep ] sucks big dong. huge dong even. that's funny. >> cassadee pope would be 6,000% hotter without that [ bleep ] tattoo. you mean this one? >> that swaggy [ bleep ] 300 says, if you're going crazy over dan and shay, you might as well take your [ bleep ] and shove it up your own ass. #notcountry. >> i'd love to see that. >> wow. >> hey, eat [ bleep ]. i will not listen to your [ bleep ] play list on spotify. hard with her texas accent, lol, girl stop. you ain't fooling anyone. i'm sorry, y'all.
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>> granger smith is not cute. [ bleep ]. >> in case of a national emergency, all air traffic will. >> the guy from florida georgia line were engineered in a douche factory. >> i went to jake owen last year and was miserable as [ bleep ]. [ bleep ] super lame. i'm really sorry, @cocaine.e on big town h "zoolander" villain? oh, man. >> for some reason my mom has determined that brett eldridge is always drunk. i don't know, maybe he is. i like your mom. >> seems like the kind of guy that would drink bacardi breezers from a water bottle then lie about what it was. okay, maybe.
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>> mare ren morris looks like jennifer lawrence's less-attractive sister. >> willie nelson, you're getting pretty crusty, pal. >> it's not a hooker convention, it's a dolly parton concert. i guess i should feel hurt. but i don't. because i pattern my look after a hooker. >> i think it's safe to say stapleton has an insane pubic hair situation. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: weird all right. tonight we have a hologram named hunter hayes from nashville, my cousin sal versus trick-or-treaters, be right back with jessica chastain! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪
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>> jimmy: welcome back. the clowns are getting scarier all the time.
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sluggers bar in wrigleyville. the cubs faithful are suffering ththrough game seven of the wor series. welcome back to our post-cma palooza, coming to you live from both hollywood and the cma theater in nashville, tennessee. tonight with this single "yesterday's song" a very special performance by hunter hayes from the crown royal stage. [ cheers and applause ] tonight, hunter hayes will be playing with himself. a song. he will be playing drums, bass, guitar, keyboard, and singing with the help of four hologram hunter hayeses who are all standing by in his dressing room now. hi, hunters. >> hey, jimmy. >> jimmy: you ready for the show? >> hayes yeah. >> ha ha ha! >> that's a joke we always say. >> jimmy: i can see why you love that one, hilarious. which of you is the real hunter? >> he is! >> he is! >> he is! >> jimmy: all right, that's good. they're having fun. don't do anything weird to each other. we'll see you later. >> see yeah! >> see ya! >> jimmy: thanks to hologram usa
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for making all this hologram magic possible. tomorrow jamie dornan, khloe kardashian, nashville's own kings of leon and we have a special bonus edition of our halloween candy youtube challenge so many parents sent their great videos in late we had no choice but to go anrums . our first guest is a golden globe-winning actress who helped take down movie bin laden we are forever grateful for that. her new movie "miss sloane" comes out in select cities november 5th and opens wide december 9th. please say hello to jessica chastain! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome. how's it going? >> everything's great. i'm a little disturbed by the creepy guillermo dance. >> jimmy: well, you know -- >> guillermo: hi. >> jimmy: it's a good thing you
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didn't wear green tonight or you too could have been a part of it. yeah, isn't he cute, though? it is something like -- i'm not sure if it's adorable or -- >> it's not adorable. >> jimmy: it's not adorable? >> no. >> jimmy: you don't like little guillermo? >> it's the hands. the fingers don't move and there's not even five fingers are there? >> jimmy: that's true. >> it's just like weird. >> jimmy: you have such attention to detail. >> imagine those things touching you, it would be like this. >> jimmy: i don't have to imagine, we had a very intimate rehearsal today. [ laughter ] by the way, say hello to nashville, we have an audience watching us in nashville right now. >> hi, nashville. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: have you ever been to nashville? >> i have. i was in memphis which i love -- >> jimmy: that's a different place. >> no, i was in tennessee, i was in memphis, never been to nashville. >> jimmy: nashville's a lot bplaying tammy wynette in a movie coming up? [ cheers and applause ] >> i am.
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>> jimmy: you're going to have to go there. >> yeah. yeah, i'm playing tammy wynette in a movie with josh brolin playing george jones. >> jimmy: oh, he'll be great. that will be good. by the way, that is -- i think when you play a country music star your chance of getting nominated for an oscar multiplies by 140%. >> you think? i'm sure it's the sparkles, right? it's the sequins and the wigs. >> jimmy: the wigs are great. the music is great. you show another side of yourself as a performer. i think that's a very strong move. >> yeah. >> jimmy: they have an interesting story. well, as i'm sure you know. >> yeah, really interesting story. i read georgette jones' book about growing up with her parents and it's fascinating. it was really rocky, their relationship. >> jimmy: yeah. >> they're like the sid and nancy of the country music world. and they sang together for her whole life. >> jimmy: then they sang apart as well. >> i know. >> jimmy: are you a baseball fan? are you aware of of what's going
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on with the cubs and indians? >> someone told me backstage that the world series is happening? >> jimmy: it is. >> yes. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so the answer to that question is no. >> i'm glad -- i did play little league when i was a little kid. >> jimmy: what position? >> shortstop. >> jimmy: well, you must have been -- that's usually the best player plays shortstop. >> i always wanted to play -- i player. i wanted to play shortstop and my dad coached the team. >> jimmy: ah, that explains why you played shortstop. >> yeah. but then i was terrible at baseball. so i would always get demoted to the outfield. >> jimmy: yeah, right. >> and they just kind of doing whatever while the ball would land and people would say, run, run! >> jimmy: even the terminology you're using explains -- [ laughter ] >> am i saying something wrong? >> jimmy: the ball doesn't land. it doesn't have a pilot. >> okay, it would bounce. i'd be up to bat, you know -- >> jimmy: let's see your batting stance. give us a little bit of it. [ cheers and applause ]
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>> like this. >> jimmy: pretty good. that's pretty good. yeah, you keep your elbow up. >> follow the thumb. >> jimmy: all right, yeah, all right. that was pretty good. not bad at all. >> all right. so i would hit the ball and i would just try to get home as fast as i can. so even if the ball went straight to the pitcher i would just run all the way around the bases. >> jimmy: you would not stop? >> no. i wouldn't stop. all the parents in the stands would be screaming, stop on first, stop, stop, stop! i'm like, i got this! >> jimmy: you were an aggressive player. kind of a pete rose type really. >> no idea who that is. >> jimmy: really? no idea? >> pete rose? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the last time you were here you brought this fruit. i forget what it was called. >> durien. how could you forget? the king of fruits. >> jimmy: the king of fruit. this fruit smelled so bad. it's like an asian delicacy, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: that we were
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instructed to wear gloves before touching it because the smell, until you die, the smell will not come off your hands. >> i normally eat it without your delicacy, your sensitivity. >> jimmy: right, yeah. i am a delicate little flower, yeah. >> a delicate little flower. you didn't seem to like it that day. >> jimmy: it smelled like vomit to start. the reason i mention it is because it became a big deal online. seems like mostly in other countries, people were very excited that we ate their fruit. >> yes. they're very proud of this fruit. it's a delicious -- i'm sorry, jimmy, it's a delicious fruit. >> jimmy: do you have it still regularly? >> i have it in the dressing room. >> jimmy: you did not. >> no, every time i can get ahold of it i eat it, it's delicious. >> jimmy: you described it as it smelled like a corpse, right? >> yeah. well, it smells like -- it's like -- the taste is like an avocado, pineapple, garlic, custard -- >> jimmy: the taste was better than the smell for sure. >> really. >> jimmy: you're a vegan so you
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don't eat -- when did this happen to you? >> there's one vegan in the audience. [ cheering ] >> jimmy: there are a lot of vegans in the the audience. they're too weak to clap. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how did it happen that you became a vegan? >> you know, i just was tired. drinking coffee all day. someone said, try to eat healthy. >> jimmy: this was as an adult? it wasn't like you were a kid? >> no, ten years i've been vegan. >> jimmy: you don't miss it? do you miss meats at all? >> no, not at all. sometimes if i see like a domino's pizza, oh, i would love a piece. but there's delicious vegan pizza. >> jimmy: what about at thanksgiving when the turkey comes out? do you feel like, oh, i wish i could have some of that? >> never. >> jimmy: never? >> never, no. because i have delicious other things. like yams and green beans. >> jimmy: yams, huh? [ laughter ] >> potatoes. >> jimmy: wow. you're making the most of a very sad situation.
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loving is about foresight. about anticipating your opponent's moves and devising counter measures. the winner plots one step ahead of the opposition. and plays a trump card. just after t >> jimmy: that is jessica chastain in "miss sloane" opening in select cities november 25th and wide december 9th. that's not the whole movie, though. >> just me talking into the camera for fun. no, that's the very beginning of the movie. the whole little speech about lobbying plays throughout the movie a couple basically miss sloan's a political thriller with twists and turns. you don't exactly know what's going to happen. >> jimmy: you play a -- wouldn't it be weird if it was a thriller
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where you knew absolutely what was going to happen? >> i've seen those movies. >> jimmy: you're right. you're not supposed to but you do. you play a lobbyist. you're talking to politicians, trying to get them to go along with your agenda. did you go and study with these people? >> yeah, i went to d.c. first of all, i read jack abramoff's book, the lobbyist that ended up in jail for doing bad things. fascinating, that book. i went to d.c. i met with 11 female lobbyists. congressmen, senators. i went to capitol hill. it was fascinating. >> after you did that, did you feel disappointed in how our political system works? >> yes, i did. >> jimmy: you did. right. >> one congressman told me he goes to three fund-raisers every day. >> jimmy: every day? >> every day. breakfast fund-raiser, lunch fund-raiser, cocktail or dinner fund-raiser. >> jimmy: for? >> for his re-election. at that point you think, are these people representing the ones that voted for them? or just trying to keep their seat in office? >> jimmy: they're clearly just
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trying to keep their seat in office, right? >> i'm not going to say that. >> jimmy: but it is true. so we might as well. >> let's redo the whole thing. >> jimmy: it's a pretty crazy world. you hear about a lot. especially on tv. but to be in there. were you privy to any actual negotiations? >> i wasn't privy to any negotiations in capitol hill but i did shadow some people. i saw stuff that i was like, wow. i can't believe i'm witnessing this. people were asking the lobbyist that i was with, i'd like to have -- to get on the invite list for that trip to that country. >> jimmy: a foreign trip? >> yeah. and i'm like, that's illegal. >> jimmy: that is illegal. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: i learned from the movie that's illegal. >> good job. >> jimmy: thank you. i really pay attention, it's one of my many great qualities. >> good. >> jimmy: it's very good to see you. thank you for coming on this special night. [ cheers and applause ] >> thanks! >> jimmy: they've been watching us. "miss sloan" opens in select
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>> jimmy: welcome back to the show. music from hologram hunter hayes in nashville. but before that, can we check in with wrigleyville? i want to know what the score is. hey, guys. >> hey! >> jimmy: how are you doing? what's the score? >> well, jimmy, it's currently 1-1. >> jimmy: oh. >> two outs with runners on first and second. but i think we're going to be all right. >> jimmy: all ght. hey, ryan. i just want you to know, we sent you to game five. if this game remains tied and there is a game eight, we will send you to that game as well, okay? >> ha ha! yeah. >> jimmy: all right, thank you. >> yeah! >> jimmy: thank you for the courtesy laugh, ryan. good luck, guys. >> thanks so much, jimmy. >> jimmy: check back with you later, maybe we won't, i don't know. in addition to making kids cry over their candy, we have another cherished tradition on this show involving my cousin
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we have a table for three in about 20 minutes, is that okay? >> okay. >> okay. all right. party of three. and is this a special occasion? >> yes. >> what is it? >> it's halloween. >> oh, halloween, okay. party of three, occasion is halloween. okay. so you hold on to these. and we will buzz you when your table's ready. okay? thank you. ♪ >> hi. happy halloween. >> happy halloween. >> you know what the problem is there's three of you and i only have two rice crispy treats left. here. here. i feel bad. because you're -- i don't want to let america down. wait right here, wait right here, hold on. >> oh! >> oh my god.
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>> there you go. >> oh my god. >> all right? you got it? >> it's not fair! >> life isn't fair, kid. help him out. >> hello, hi. >> hi. >> come here. happy halloween. >> happy halloween. >> are you elsa? >> uh-huh. >> aren't you the most adorable thing. >> uh-huh. >> do you like "frozen"? >> uh-huh. >> do you like frozen ice cream? all right. hold out your hands. here is some ice cream. two hands, two hands. wow! isn't that great. hold on, hold on, hold on. i have some toppings for you. do you like chocolate? >> chocolate! >> chocolate sprinkles? okay. open it up a little bit. what about a cherry? >> yeah. >> a cherry? hey. >> actually -- >> there you go. >> i don't like cherries that
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much. >> okay, i'll take it back, sorry about that. what about whipped cream? you like whipped cream? >> yeah. >> yeah, okay. stay right there. >> wow. >> isn't this the best? >> yeah. >> how is it, good? all right, happy halloween! bye! >> bye. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: be right back with music from hunter hayes via hologram in nashville. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: music in nashville on "jimmy kimmel live" is brought to you by crown royal.
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>> dicky: music in nashville on "jimmy kimmel live" is brought to you by new crown royal vanilla whisky. vanilla so good. >> thanks everyone for coming out to nashville. i want to thank jessica chastain, justin moore, willie nelson, i apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time for him.
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"nightline" is next. here with "yesterday's song" from the cma theater in nashville via the power of hologram, hunter hayes! ♪ na na na na na na na na na na na help me out everybody! na na na na na ♪ ♪ well i used to sing it and i used to crank it with the windows down i used to love it ♪ ♪ oh but i'm over it man i'm over it now ♪ ♪ i used to leave it playin on repeat i spun that record til it turned on me ♪ ♪ but the dj knows exactly what i need i need an out with the old in with a new beat ♪
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♪ you were the rooftop at the top of my lungs blowin' the speakers in the back of my trunk ♪ ♪ and you had your chance then yeah but i'm movin on ♪ ♪ and now you're just yesterday's song you're yesterday's song ♪ ♪ the soundtrack every night in my bed you were the woo-hoo gettin' stuck in my head ♪ ♪ now you're just an echo when the feeling is gone baby now you're just ♪ ♪ yesterday's song you're yesterday's song ♪ ♪ we had a moment there's no more magic in the melody it's lost and you know it ♪ ♪ it's just the sound of what we used to be ♪ ♪ yeah i used to leave it playin on repeat i spun that record til it turned on me ♪ ♪ yeah the dj knows exactly what
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i need a little dancin could be good for me ♪ ♪ you were the rooftop at the top of my lungs blowin' the speakers in the back of my trunk ♪ ♪ and you had your chance then yeah but i'm movin on ♪ ♪ and now you're just yesterday's song you're yesterday's song ♪ ♪ the soundtrack every night in my bed you were the woo-hoo gettin' stuck in my head ♪ ♪ now you're just an echo when the feeling is gone baby now you're just ♪ ♪ yesterday's song you're yesterday's song ♪ ♪ na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na ♪ na na na na na na na na na ♪ ♪ i got a whole new hey hey i got a brand new wooh wooh ♪ ♪ i got new moves and you're old news i got a new song i wanna sing to you ♪
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♪ i'm gonna get by i'm gonna get through without you ♪ ♪ you were the rooftop at the top of my lungs blowin' the speakers in the back of my trunk ♪ ♪ and you had your chance then yeah but i'm movin on ♪ ♪ and now you're just yesterday's song you're yesterday's song ♪ ♪ the soundtrack every night in my bed you were the woo-hoo gettin' stuck in my head ♪ ♪ now you're just an echo when the feeling is gone baby now you're just ♪ ♪ yesterday's song you're yesterday's song ♪ ♪ yesterday's song ♪ na na na na na na na na na na na yesterday's song ♪ ♪ na na na na na na na na na na na yesterday's song ♪
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>> guillermo: yee-haw! good night, everybody! this is "nightline." tonigh. political lies spread on social media by unsuspecting users. did it change the course of the election? meet the unlikely teenagers pumping out fake headlines from half a world away. for real ad revenue. >> the past three months i made my parents.
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>> who they say they're really looking for. found alive. a mother reported abducted while jogging. her husband and police police searching for weeks. >> i'm coming, honey, i'm trying, doing everything i can. >> emerging on the side of a highway. >> she's chained with a quarter-inch heavy chain and hose clamps on her wrists. >> new questions about her mysterious disappearance. . a hunt for suspects. but what was their motive? and better than beyonce? ♪ okay ladies >> the surprising instagram account ranked in "rolling stone's" top five. even lining up in formation ahead of queen bey. wait till you see the pictures. first the "nightline 5." that cough doesn't sound so good. >> i think you sound great, move over. >> ease, booger man. mucinex will take care of your cough. >> i'll text you in four hours when your cough returns. >> one pill lasts 12 hours, so. >> looks like i'm good all night. >> david, please, listen!
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still not coughing? not fair, you guys. waffles are my favorite! >> some cough medicines only last four hours. one mucinex lasts 12 hours. start the relief, ditch the the holidays don't officialy begin, until it's time to make: flaky, delicious, piping hot things. golden brown and sticky things. fresh out of the oven, why can't they cool things? new things, old things. and blink and they're gone, those went fast things.
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make the oven one of the things they're most excited to open. it's baking season. warm up the holidays with pillsbury. good evening. thanks for joining us. tonight we take you to surprising sources of fake news stories which spread faster than real ones during the month leading up to the election. the maxim says, a lie has no legs. but on social media, a lie can often have wings. with the help of users eager to share articles confirming their political views. so just how damaging are these salacious stories and what's behind them? we track down the truth behind the lies. saw bucket of losers trending?u
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>> i freaked out. >> reporter: it would have been the scoop of a lifetime. a secret transcript of a hillary clinton speech made inside a goldman sachs board room. >> she called sanders voters or whatever a bucket of losers, a play on the basket of deplorables. >> reporter: the story went viral, got picked up on fox news. >> bucket of losers she refers to. >> she called sanders supporters a bucket of losers. >> the bucket of losers document, it's strange-looking. >> reporter: strange-looking because the whole thing was totally made up. by this man. marco jacon. >> my hands were shaking. like, this is ridiculous. i was thinking that it had gone way too far. >> that was apparently a doctored quote and not real. we apologize for that error.si, realtruenews.org, another example of fake news making real news headlines. in one of the most contentious elections in modern history, sensationalized and at times flat-out fake news amplifying
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partisan rancor across the country. >> pope francis shocks the world, endorses donald trump for president! fake. fbi agents suspected in hillary's em mail leak found dead from apparent murder/suicide from "the denver guardian." there iso such thing as "the darn guardian." tablished media brands are built on accuracy. some rogue websites masquerading as legitimate are reporting misinformation and it's spreading like wildlife online. president obama urged common sense. >> if we can't discriminate between serious arguments and propaganda, then we have problems. >> reporter: buzzfeed's craig silv silverman has been tracking fake news on the internet for years. >> when you track the growth of these websites when did it go big? >> this year. 2016, incomparable to any other years. one of the big factors you can't
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ignore is donald trump. he generated a huge amount of online excitement. a lot of engagement on facebook. >> reporter: buzzfeed uncovered an unlikely breeding ground for one of the fake newssites. small town in central macedonia. >> reporter: that's right, macedonia. veles, a tiny, economically depressed city of 45,000, the rust belt of the former yugoslavia. >> used to have an industrial economy, that has gone away, and there's a lot it's a by for them to earn extra money, a way for something to do. >> reporter: we decided to go to macedonia to see for ourselves. some of the websites' creators are speaking out in shadow for the first time on television. >> people found politics is a great field by accident. >> i have like 7.5 million views on one of my articles. >> there is no protection from news, like they'll find a way to spread. >> reporter: most are not
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political, their only allegiance is to making money. each click of an ad on their site means cash in their pocket. >> basically the past three months i made my parent's whole life salary. >> reporter: at first they blogged about cars, liberal politics. they say none of it got traction online. until they struck internet gold. >> you write trump, the whole people are trying to read something that hillary make like some bad things, like e-mail scandal, wikileaks. you start writing and people start opening the posts and read about it. start resharing. >> people from the states are watching your website, clicking on the banners, and you're making the money. it was like overnight. >> is it overstating it to say echo chamber that supported it had an pa

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