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>> our next newscast is at 4:30. up >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- jesse tyler ferguson and eric stonestreet. robin roberts. and music from circa zero. with cleto and the cletones. and now, as a matter of fact, here's jimmy kimmel! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome. thank you for watching. thank you for coming to join us
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here. and yes, i am -- in case you're wondering what this is around my neck, i am wearing a bow tie. this is a gift from one of our guests tonight, jesse tyler ferguson, jesse started a charitable organization, called tie the knot. i spent the last two and a half hours trying to do just that. it's hard to tie a bow tie without your dad helping, you know? my wife is pregnant. i decided to night while i was trying to put this on i will not help the doctor with the umbilical cord. i'm going to leave that up to her. it was a -- oh, it was a very big day for l.a. sports today. donald sterling, the beloved owner of the los angeles clippers, as you know, was captured on tape saying very racist things to his girlfriend. the tape came out over the weekend. and since then, most everyone with a head has been calling for his head. and today adam silver, new commissioner of the nba, is getting a lot of praise for handing down the toughest punishment possible.
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>> effective immediately i am banning mr. sterling for life from any association with the clippers organization or the nba. i'm also fining mr. sterling $2.5 million, the maximum amount allowed under the nba constitution. as for mr. sterling's ownership interest in the clippers, i will urge the board of governors to exercise its authority to force a sale of the team and will do everything in my power to ensure that that happens. >> jimmy: people are excited. he did the right thing. we still have not heard from donald sterling.
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he's been lying low since the tape surfaced. friend say to help lift his spirits he has been watching "twelve years a slave" in reverse. what we do know is that he will not be at the game tonight. sterling is banned from associating with the clippers for life. which based on looking at him, should be four to eight months, maybe. five years ago being banned from the clippers games for life would not have been a punishment, it would have been a gift is what it would have been. but things have changed. donald sterling paid $12.5 million for the clippers in 1991. in 2010, david geffen offered him $700 million for the team. he declined that offer. remember the huge pile of money the joker burned in the "dark knight"? that is how much this donald sterling is going to get for the clippers. i still don't understand how a person who doesn't want to associate with black people winds up owning an nba franchise. it's like a vegan buying an outback steak house. but he did.
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interesting to watch espn today, because everyone pretty much agreed the league did the right thing. but it's rare that you see that. there wasn't much argument from anyone. there was a lot of analysis of what exactly this all means and how it will work legally. i thought this was interesting. this is from last night's "nbc nightly news." >> in the midst of the playoffs players and fans are calling for the nba to take swift action against donald sterling, the l.a. clippers owner accused of making racist remarks. but usc law professor jody armor says it's a complex situation. >> the owners wouldn't want to establish a precedent. >> jimmy: i remember a time when the players had afros and the lawyers were bald. but meanwhile, paula deen announced yesterday she's headed out on tour. which she timed that perfectly, didn't she? this summer, paula deen will do live shows in 20 cities across the united states. the tour starts june 21st in pigeon forge, tennessee. they say it will give fans a rare chance to see paula deen get diabetes in person. but this is interesting.
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her opening act, wiz khalifa. see, donald sterling, it will be okay. just say you're sorry, sit out a year, then you can go on tour and have all the butter you can eat. you know, one of america's favorite game shows "wheel of fortune" is celebrating a milestone this week. their 6,000th show. i'm only up to number 5,900 so don't tell me what happens. but this, it's an impressive milestone for what is essentially a televised crossword puzzle. but "wheel of fortune" has been on the air for over 30 years now. premiered in 1993. the same hosts. pat sajak and vanna white. vanna doesn't flip the letters anymore. she just stands there and claps. like vice president biden. she's kind of a -- [ laughter ] but 6,000 is a lot of shows. and the producers have done a very good job of keeping it fresh. i feel like they may be running out of common phrases. >> pick that up, please. that's $1,000 cash. courtesy of caesar's entertainment. >> pat, i'd like to solve.
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>> okay. >> omg, my bro crush eats fro-yo. >> yeah. that's it. >> nice job. >> thank you. >> jimmy: yeah, right. aol sent a security warning out to its users yesterday. remember aol the company that used to send the shiny minifrisbees in the mail to everyone. i've been getting dozens of e-mails from like 20-year-old e-mail addresses of my friends. it really has been a stroll down memory lane. and it came courtesy of hackers. aol believes that a major security breach may have compromised the passwords, addresses and contacts of a significant number of their users which, well, that's the bad news. the good news if you are still sending e-mail through aol your identity probably isn't worth being stolen. starbucks, starbucks is doing very well right now. starbucks of course is the wildly popular chain of bathrooms for homeless people.
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they announced that -- in the last fiscal quarter, their profits rose 6% and brought in $3.9 billion in revenue. because they're doing so well, the ceo of starbucks just announced plans to open 600 new stores in the united states. is there room for 600 more? starbucks in the united states? there are two on every corner already. it's -- they're going to have to open new starbucks inside existing starbucks. believe it or not, starbucks say they are significantly understored. which i didn't know was a phrase. in many markets including north america. for instance, currently there is no starbucks at the bottom of the grand canyon and that needs to be fixed. immediately. tonight at the staples center the clippers got back into business in the playoffs series with the warriors. supposed to be a protest outside after the nba banned donald sterling for life it turned into a celebration instead. up until yesterday, donald sterling was supposed to receive
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a lifetime achievement award from the naacp. i'm -- that's not a joke. that was real. it's not happening now. but we went out onto the street in front of the staples center to ask people who happened to be strolling by if they wanted to send their congratulations on this honor anyway. >> donald sterling, clippers owner is getting a naacp award. would you like to congratulate him? >> no. >> donald sterling, clippers owner, is getting an naacp award. would you like to congratulate him? >> not at all. >> what would you like to say? >> nothing i can say with my kid watching. >> david sterling, racist prejudice guy that was owner of the clippers? no, i wouldn't give him no award. we would give the a kick in his behind award. that's what he deserves. >> how would you like to congratulate donald sterling? >> [ bleep ] donald sterling. that's just how i feel. i didn't know he was like that until i heard what i heard on tv. so [ bleep ] him. >> hey, mr. sterling, stick your nomination up your ass!
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>> an insult to every minority group out here including all of the white people who are taking the heat because of it. hey. going to express your thoughts, better keep your mouth shut. >> donald sterling, given an naacp award. would you've like to congratulate him. >> i don't understand why the naacp want to congratulate donald sterling for -- the nba, you going to pay a penalty too as long as you let this man stay an owner. michael jordan you better step up. you was my idol. all i'm saying. i am from north carolina, born right there in north carolina. >> sorry to interrupt, i'm getting this from the news desk, he's dead. sterling's dead. >> what? they say sterling just died. i don't know how true that is. we just have to wait and see. but -- maybe -- >> your thoughts on his passing. >> all my condolences go out to his family. >> it's a different donald
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sterling, different donald sterling. >> well, scratch all of that then. >> jimmy: consider it scratched. that's nice. we're going to take a break. when we come back, you know the cast of the new "star wars" movie has been revealed. i will re-reveal it tonight. guillermo will fill you in on the latest hollywood gossip on his entertainment show, "mucho." eric stonestreet, jesse tyler ferguson, robin roberts, and music from circa zero so don't believe us. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] now they're part of our 2 for $25 guest favorites! featuring for the very first time your all time favorite dish, creamy chicken alfredo. and our seductive shrimp mezzaluna you loved so much we brought it back. unlimited salad and breadsticks,
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it. donald gleason from "harry potter." max von sydow, he was in "the exorcist." daisy ridley, and most excitingly, harrison ford, carrie fisher, and markham mill will be in the movie. they'll play old han solo, princess leah, and like skywalker. and peter manu and anthony dalz will return, and chewbaka and cp30. and he got eliminated from dancing with the stars and star wars in one year. i can't wait to see what they do. they haven't revealed much of the plot. but the rumor i am hearing is, that in this third trilogy, the cast of the first trilogy gets sent to earth. goes back in time to stop george lucas from making the second trilogy. technically this could only -- i don't know. and the "star wars" cast wasn't the only big showbiz news that broke today. here now with the latest on your favorite celebrities we go live now to guillermo with "mucho."
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>> announcer: tonight on "mucho" is george clooney turning into a chimp? baby bump. is jessica simpson's baby having a baby? plus, why is cameron diaz wearing cats? for shoes? meouch! and why is gwyneth paltrow wearing shoes for pants? oh no show didn't! and is dean cane dead? no! and shocking "modern family" secrets are revealed. >> thank you. >> shh. save it for later on "mucho." >> you won't want to miss guillermo's exclusive interview with jennifer lopez topless. >> hey. my eyes are up here. >> all this and mucho mas all on
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"mucho." live from the highland and hollywood center, the mall. >> hi, everyone. welcome to "mucho." i'm guillermo. there are mump cho exciting things happening in hollywood. jimmy kimmel are you ready to hear about it? >> jimmy: yes, we are all ready. >> guillermo: okay, i'll be right back. >> jimmy: oh. >> guillermo: i'm back! tonight on "mucho" get ready for my exclusive one-on-one interview with j. lo topless. ♪ topless topless exclusivo. i'm here with j. lo. and she's letting me listen to her new single before it premieres this thursday. so no one else has heard this one, right? >> nope, you're the first. >> guillermo: i am your first one. okay, here. i'm just going to listen to your song, here, hold this. all right? okay? all right. >> okay. >> guillermo: wow, this is great, i like it.
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>> thanks. when i recorded it, i thought that -- >> guillermo: shh, i'm trying to listen to your song, jay low. ai-yi-yi. i'm out. that was amazing. but now it is serious time. i sit down on jesse tyler ferguson and eric stonestreet, from "modern family" to get to the bottom of their bitter on film feud. roll the tape! so tell me. why are you guys feuding? >> no, we're not feuding. >> guillermo: yes, you are. >> no, actually, we're not. we're pretty good friends. >> guillermo: yes, you are. >> no, we're not. really not, i don't know where you heard that, that's not true at all. >> guillermo: yes, you are. >> no, we are not. >> actually not. >> guillermo: why are you hitting him in the face? >> okay, you know what? ow! >> hate crime. ♪ hate crime hate crime >> mucho. >> guillermo: those guys need help. now time for celebrity cupcake face. which celebrity is this cupcake's face?
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[ mumbling with cupcake in his mouth ] >> guillermo: that's it for now. tune in next time to find out who has a baby bump and which cast members from "duke dynasty" pee sitting down. it's going to be stupid! now i'm going to dance off to j. lo's new song "first love." that's it from guillermo, and this is "mucho!" >> jimmy: thank you, guillermo. tonight, robin roberts is here. and we have music from circa zero. and we'll be right back with eric stonestreet and jesse tyler ferguson from "modern family." [ cheers and applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tonight on the program from "good morning america" the author of this inspiring new book, it's called "everybody's got something," the exceptionally lovely robin roberts is here. [ cheers and applause ] and then this is something -- andy summers from the police has a new band. this is their album. it's called "circus hero." circa zero from the at&t stage. i wish more bands rhymed their albums with their names. you can see circa zero live at the troubadour here in l.a. on may 14th. tomorrow night, kathy griffin will be here, from "veep", tony hale, and we'll have music from franz ferdinand.
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and on thursday sandra oh, from "grey's anatomy." "science bob" pflugfelder, and we'll do experiments. and we'll have music from boy george too. our first guests tonight are two very funny men who are making preparations for the most highly-anticipated tv wedding since starsky married hutch. you can watch them on "modern family" wednesday nights at 9:00 here on abc. please welcome eric stonestreet and jesse tyler ferguson! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: good to see you. thank you for the bow tie. >> very well. you look very handsome. >> jimmy: have you gotten good at tying the bow tie? >> i have gotten pretty good at it. i had to actually watch a youtube video when i did -- because i didn't know how to do them. but yeah. >> jimmy: how did they do that in the old days when there weren't youtube videos to figure
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everything out for you. >> encyclopedias. >> jesse and i haven't seen each other since we finished shooting. >> yeah, we haven't. >> jimmy: this is the first time. >> how is it going? >> it is good. >> everything is going -- >> i did go a few places. but i have some questions. is everything going on with -- >> it's still happening. >> it's still happening? and the rash is? >> better. >> the rash is better. >> jimmy: guys, guys, we're on television. >> back to the interview. >> jimmy: when i see you together, individually i don't have this with you. but when you're together you're mitchell and ken for me. >> aren't you cute, jimmy? >> it is very, we have been traveling a lot recently. you know. between our las vegas episode and our australia episode. >> jimmy: australia. >> and we, you know, we will be in airports together. and people have this sort of visceral reaction that we don't get when we're on our own. >> jimmy: speak for yourself. i get a pretty visceral reaction. >> main thing. people think we are a couple. they're confused. i am pretty much just like mitch. and eric is like a straight version of cam.
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>> jimmy: yes. >> kind of looks like him a little bit. >> yeah. >> what's funny, when we travel with ty burrell, we'll be together and people will come up to ty and hand ty the camera and say, will you get a picture with -- >> jimmy: really? >> they don't recognize ty at all. jesse is like a lighthouse on the side of the ocean. with his red beard and red hair going "mitchell from modern family!" you see him from a mile away. >> eric's favorite thing he likes to do. in a crowded place. we'll walk in together. he goes, hey, i'm the redheaded guy from "modern family" and run away. >> jimmy: very considerate. >> yeah, yeah. people wonder where lily is. like, she's not really ours. it's very confusing for people. >> jimmy: what is with people? how is it possible that -- i guess in the old days it made more sense. now we have reality television. it, i guess, maybe people get confused that this is not your actual family?
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>> yeah, we take it as a compliment. but we also laugh at how student people are. sorry about that, everybody. >> jimmy: remind me again, which one of you is gay in real life? >> um, well -- >> hard to say. >> changes on a day-to-day basis. >> jimmy: you gave us a little bit of cam there, i think. >> just a tidge. >> definitely sneaks out in places you're not expecting it. i went to visitoric, he was redoing a room in his house, he was explaining this wallpaper. >> jimmy: for you at home watching right now, i genuinely don't know what he's about to say. on talk shows you never how how prepped we are. honest to god. one of those moments. what are you going to f'ing say? >> jimmy: what did he do? what in the world? >> he was talking about this wallpaper. explaining wallpaper. his hands are explaining it like this. he's like -- speaking very masculinely about the wallpaper
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but his hands are just like -- >> the hands. the hands. >> jimmy: like the movie "frozen." letting it go. ♪ let it go let it go >> cam is very. >> jimmy: handsy. he's got jazz hands, yeah. when you go to australia do people know you and the show there? >> yeah, we're -- we're -- we're pretty popular in australia. we were down there 12 days. we got to go out, leave the hotel a lot. you know. our crew worked like around the clock. but we got to go do stuff. and you know how -- you know people come up to you and ask for pictures. it's very nice. very flattering. but you know when that moment starts the end result is them taking a picture with you and then going on their way to do whatever they're doing and you going on your way to do whatever you do. so it's a quick exchange. in australia people are so polite and so nice. that the moment, instead of going like, hey, can i get a picture with you, goes a little something like this. hello, how are you? i hate to be this person, and i'd never do this, but oh my
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god, my mum would kill me. and you're like, you probably want a picture, right? if i didn't get a picture, would you terribly mind if i got a picture? you're like, yes, let's do the picture! let's do the picture! >> it is, it's a very slow process. >> it's a long process. they are so friendly and nice. >> jimmy: this is why hookers make no money over there. >> i hate to bother you but -- >> jimmy: you guys, your parents got rescued by a biker gang in the episode. and what i did not realize that was an actual biker gang. >> yeah, apparently those, this is how we found out they were real bikers, honest to goodness. so we're talking to them. when you're working with actors here in hollywood you're like, what do you guys do, what's your day jobs, whatever. i said what do you guys do for a living? and the one guy in the back, goes, what do you mean, we sell drugs.
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and they're all staring at me. i'm like, oh, you're serious, you are real bikers. and then, come to find out they're like this bikers have been kicked out of queensland in australia, no more bikers allowed in certain areas of the country. one guy, i took a sneaky picture of his helmet. i went over to our producer, danny zucker, a jewish fellow, and said, danny, i may want to get some black duct tape and greek out this swastika on the biker's helmet. >> he had on swastika on the helmet. >> yeah. they were all so, other than that -- >> jimmy: so nice. >> they were so nice. seriously. one was a vegetarian. one was anemic. >> jimmy: hitler was a vegetarian, right? >> the other one was scared of heights. >> there's a lot more, yeah. >> a very neurotic bike gang. >> jimmy: we're going to take a quick break. eric stonestreet and jesse tyler ferguson are with us tonight. we'll be right back! ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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>> why don't we put lily in one of his shirts. >> she'll see through that. >> you're thinking of halley's shirts. >> no, i mean, it will look like we did it just because she brought it up. >> i'm looking for a photo of lily in a hand-me-down. i can't find one. by the way, i'm barely in any of these. >> mitchell, are you suggesting what i think you're suggesting?
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>> yes, sometimes i think this family looks right past -- >> you are suggesting we stage a photograph, put lily in hand-me-downs, make it look like her from the past, christmas, just to prove her wrong. simplicity itself. >> that's not remotely what i mean. >> don't second-guess yourself. it's simplicity itself. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: there we saw the hands. jesse tyler ferguson and eric stonestreet! and "modern family." this is the clip from episodes tomorrow night. you guys are preparing for a big two-part wedding episode. >> yeah, we shot the wedding. it was great. it was a really great episode. it was very bizarre being, just married in real life, last summer, i just married my husband. >> jimmy: that's a real commitment to the role. you know? [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. for reminding me of the pressure of marriage. but you know, then to, to get married. i got married in july. and then got engaged again in september to eric. and i was like, oh. i'm elizabeth taylor all of a sudden.
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you know. it was great. very surreal. like having -- >> jimmy: it must be surreal. were there people at your wedding at your real wedding? >> eric was at my real wedding. >> i was there. >> jimmy: you didn't feel jealous at all, a little out of the spotlight? >> well, you know i think i did say i thought it would always be me. >> yeah. >> at his rehearsal dinner. but it was a great ceremony. it was really, really neat to be there with our cast, some of our cast and writers. >> ty, julie were at the real wedding. >> real and fake, actually. actually, elizabeth banks is a guest on our finale. >> jimmy: yes. >> and she is in the wedding. and she wasn't able to make it. i'm really good friends with her in real life. wasn't able to make it to the real wedding. she's like, at least i made it to one of them. >> jimmy: convenient for her. this is kind of a big deal for american television. we have two men getting, characters that we feel like we know, getting married in primetime on a network owned by
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disney. i mean, that's kind of exciting, isn't it? >> it is very exciting. [ cheers and applause ] you know, from the beginning of our show, like i think we have always said our main objective is to make people laugh and find our characters relatable and escape your day to day with whatever it is you've got going on in your real life, tune in with us and go on whatever journey we're going on. this just feels really great at the end of five years, mitch and cam, these two characters people have gotten to know, are having a little bit of completion to their relationship as well. and we're opening people's hearts and minds. no doubt about it. but we're making them frickin' laugh too. >> jimmy: did you feel any real emotion when you guys were acting? >> there is like a lot of pressure to be like, okay, here's the moment. how are we going to generate, you know, this emotion? and the thing is our writers did let us go through the vows that normally one would go through when they're getting married. so really, i mean, i have great affection for this man.
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it's like, to look at him and be able to say these words and say i do to someone, even if they're going to be a fake husband, it does create a certain emotion. and i did get very emotional. and you did too. and it was not acting. you love me. >> i like you a lot. >> no, it is true. the way our show is shot. jesse and i spend the most amount of time together. we do know each other probably the best amongst each other on the show, you know? so it was nice to have that moment with him. my parents actually were there that day, just visiting the set. i don't know why that's funny. oh, what you laugh now, audience member b? >> jimmy: what did they think about the whole thing? >>hey thought it was great. they were like, welcome to the family, to me. well, okay, yeah. >> jimmy: welcome to the family. it's great to see you guys. >> thank you. >> jimmy: may fr14th it begins.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. still got music from circa zero. under normal circumstances our next guest would be waking up in a few minutes to go to work, but she's here relaxing instead. this is her new memoir. it is called "everybody's got something." from "good morning america," please welcome robin roberts! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> hello. >> jimmy: you look fantastic. >> thank you. now i know what it's like when you come to see us from the west coast to the east coast morning show. if you do an east coast morning show and do a west coast
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late-night show. >> jimmy: it's disorienting, isn't it. you're tired? >> it is. >> jimmy: can i get you anything? no, no, i'm good. >> jimmy: you're all right? >> i'm great. >> jimmy: are you working this week or off this week? >> well little bit of both. i was coming out here to talk about the book. then this thing with the clippers happened when i hit town. >> jimmy: right, yeah. >> so i've been very busy with that as well. and it's just like you said. the tapes emerged over the weekend. how quickly adam silver the commissioner acted today but gave you plenty of material for your opening monologue. >> jimmy: yeah, well, you know. i think he handled it very well. >> i think he did also. >> jimmy: is donald sterling someone you will call and try to get an interview with? >> our bookers talked to him and thought maybe it's best that somebody else speak to him. >> jimmy: oh, is that right? very interesting. do you feel like you can't be impartial? >> no, no, not that at all. i can always be impartial. much like the video you showed with the people outside of staples. i can be impartial.
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no, he has a -- whew, he has a history. i don't know if he is ready to sit down just yet and talk with, with anybody right n. but if he were i would welcome that opportunity. >> jimmy: it seems like he will drag this into court until the day he dies. >> that's his history. what he has done. we'll see what happens. >> jimmy: we will see what happens. i'm glad it all resolved itself. i'm sorry you have to work as a result of that. you had a book signing last night? >> yes, at the grove. >> jimmy: is that fun for you? >> i love it. because everybody wants to share their story. when i said everybody's got something, everybody does have something. they come up and share their stories. >> jimmy: oh, they do. >> the people were very nice there at the bookstore. but you know, usually you keep the line moving and everybody's talking, so they're like flipping the lights on and off to try to rush me along, to get me out of there. >> jimmy: you can't speed people along when they're talking about their health issues and their family issues, stuff like that. >> nor do you want to. but you'll love this you are a family guy too. so i'm signing books. speaking, talking with people. i look up and this beautiful older black woman is standing in front of me.
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she looks familiar. my mother's college roommate, 91 years old, lives here in l.a. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow. >> i -- i started bawling. they're trying to move the line along. my mother's college roommate, i've got to talk to her! >> jimmy: have you not seen her? >> i have not seen her since i was a small child. >> jimmy: wow. >> that was a great, great time. >> jimmy: did you keep her moving too? >> i said, get out of here, keep it moving! >> jimmy: this book covers among other things the health issues that you experienced. >> right. >> jimmy: i mean, first of all, the cancer. secondly, as a result of the chemotherapy, you had -- something that i can't pronounce. >> myelodystplastic syndrome. say it with me. myelodystplastic syndrome. mds. >> jimmy: mds. >> yes. >> jimmy: you handled it -- i think i would be just the worst. i would be terrible. i would handle it so poorly. >> what do you think you would do? >> jimmy: i think i'd order
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everyone out of the room and say, just don't come back. i would be miserable in the hospital. i don't know -- how long were you in the hospital? >> i was in the hospital for 30 days. much of that in isolation. i had something to keep me warm. i had a hoodie from you that you sent me. >> jimmy: oh, that's right. >> yes. >> jimmy: i have to say, i was to be honest thrilled when i saw this photograph of you wearing our -- our apparel. >> yeah! [ applause ] >> jimmy: that's a lot of machines, though. >> i blinged out my iv pole. a disco pole. >> jimmy: yeah, you did. >> if you're going to have that thing next to you, might as well be a disco, might as well be a party. >> jimmy: next to you 30 days, huh? >> i have to say my sleep pattern was a little different i got to watch you live instead of on dvr. and it was wonderful to see you and just -- laughter is the best medicine. especially when you're in the hospital. >> jimmy: is it accurate to say that i saved your life? [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> yes. >> jimmy: i'm glad.
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>> that's on page 52, i think i mention you saving my life. >> jimmy: by the way, i have to say one of the things i'm impressed by is how wonderful diane sawyer was with -- to you throughout this, this whole thing. >> i devoted a whole chapter to diane. she should have been a doctor. she was -- everyone. there are so many people. something my mother -- the reason i entitled it "everybody's got something," something my mother said. also she said you can't put limit on gratitude. there's so many people that i'm thanking through the book. diane is front and center. >> jimmy: she immediately got into it. started researching. >> oh, i know. she was -- i would be on the phone with her, i could hear her flipping through her notes. this is the type of transplant. see this doctor. it was just so reassuring to have diane and my -- george and lara and the people i work with on the show and our president, ben sherwood, everyone. >> jimmy: especially your sister who gave you a bone marrow transplant. >> sally ann. what do you do when somebody gives you the gift of life like that?
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>> jimmy: you're screwed. you really are. >> i have to wash her car for life. >> jimmy: i know. oh, you won't watch my dog for the weekend? i gave you my bone marrow! >> that's basically it. i have another sister and brother. so i try and, you know, make sure i don't favor one over the other. but it's kind of hard. >> jimmy: yeah, really. >> it's a little hard with sally ann. >> jimmy: were they both eligible donors? >> i'm glad you asked that. people feel if you have a sibling or relative that it's automatic that they're going to be a match. one sister was not. the other sister was 10 for 10, perfect match. so it's so vital to have people join the registry. that's what we have been doing a lot on the program is encouraging people to sign up for the bone marrow registry, be the match. giving people opportunity. because 70% of the time you had to rely on a total stranger. >> jimmy: yeah, right, and total strangers will do that for other total strangers. >> i know. >> jimmy: what an incredible thing that is. >> it really is. >> jimmy: how do you sign up?
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what do you have to do to be part of the registry? >> first of all, to be a part of it, it's a simple swab. swabbing your cheek. that's it. you send the kit in. then if they determine that you are a match, there's some testing that goes along with it. a lot of people feel it is a painful procedure if you are a donor. my sister is biggest nilly on earth. she doesn't like pain. who does like pain, but she doesn't really. >> jimmy: there are a few weirdos. >> in hollywood -- >> jimmy: yeah, right. >> on the way in -- >> jimmy: super heroes outside that enjoy pain. >> oh, they do? it was uncomfortable, but wasn't a painful situation. because it was more like giving blood than anything else. it wasn't like a big drill in her back and taking out the marrow. but as she said, she didn't feel that she was doing anything that anybody else wouldn't do. and she said so eloquently that she felt she was born to do this, to give her baby sister new life. >> jimmy: that is very great. very sweet. baby sister. [ cheers and applause ]
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>> yes, thank you. >> jimmy: i am glad she did. we are very fond of you. this is the new book, again, >> jimmy: everybody's got something." that's true. by robin roberts. watch robin on "good morning america." she's hard at work. thank you, robin. when we come back music from circa zero. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by at&t. mobilizing your world. teacher layoffs. and a 60 billion dollar budget deficit. that's what john perez faced when he be speaker of the california assembly. so he partnered with governor brown to pass three balanced budgets, on time.
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>> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by at&t. mobilizing your world.
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>> jimmy: i'd like to thank eric stonestreet, jesse tyler ferguson, robin roberts, and apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time. "nightline" is next, but first, their album is called, "circus hero." here with the song "levitation" circa zero. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ dark clouds storm your skyline mind stare down the barrel of a firing line ♪ ♪ ton of passions at the bottom of your hill push your piano out the windowsill ♪ ♪ why it won't fly ♪ concrete boots at the bottom of the bay mood on a canvas in shades of grey ♪ ♪ heavy heart sunken by regret head dragged under by the things you said ♪ ♪ why it won't fly
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♪ i wanna lift it up i wanna lift it up i wanna lift it up levitation ♪ ♪ ♪ caught under lies you tell yourself drowning under waves of guilt ♪ ♪ best laid plans buried underground all you ever wanted under ten million pounds ♪ ♪ why it won't fly ♪ i wanna lift it up i wanna lift it up i wanna lift it up levitation ♪ ♪ i wanna lift it up i wanna lift it up i wanna lift it up levitation ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ why it won't fly ♪ why it won't fly ♪ i wanna lift it up i wanna lift it up i wanna lift it up
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levitation ♪ ♪ i wanna lift it up i wanna lift it up i wanna lift it up levitation ♪ ♪ levitation levitation levitation levitation ♪ ♪ levitation yeah ♪ ♪ levitation
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this is "nightline." tonight, home invasion. when burglars broke in, he fought back. >> sitting here watching them. >> more and more people are rigging their homes with do it yourself surveillance and touching the tables on the bad guys. >> not like watching a reality show, it's directly affecting you. plus, underwear billionaire. what lies beneath? from katy perry to oprah. >> i love spanx. >> millions of people love spanx. >> they were so comfortable. >> it is all thanks to her. >> you know, like i created that. >> how this woman became the youngest self-made female billionaire.


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