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here, thanks for joining us. jimmy i'm joey. >> i'm brian. >> we're bartenders at the heavy dog in cleveland, ohio. >> tonight jimmy welcomes michael keaton, anthony davis, and charlie wilson, featuring robin thicke. >> since you're up late anyway you can come down to the heavy dog and get a hot dog with froot loops, bacon, macaroni and cheese. >> enjoy the show! [ cheers and applause ] >> dicky: from hollywood it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- michael keaton, from the new orleans pelicans anthony davis, soccer superstar neymar jr. and music from charlie wilson featuring robin thicke. aneads up! here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: very nice.
thank you. hi, everybody. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks for coming. [ cheers and applause ] thanks for everything, really. i appreciate it. well, for those of you who were with us in primetime tonight, welcome back. after another evening of big-time basketball, game three of the nba finals between the golden state warriors and cleveland cavaliers, this is the third time these teams have matched up for the finals. and as we learned last year, anything can happen. a player could turn into a werewolf. we don't know. [ laughter ] we really just don't know. by the way, one thing we know is they jack up the ticket prices this time of year. courtside seats for game three in cleveland went for as much as $20,000 a pop. you know, usually to be able to afford that you have to have a baby with a player. [ laughter ] that's serious money. tonight's game as i mentioned was in cleveland, where of course they have very dedicated fans. i think -- i did a lot of research. i believe these two win the best t-shirt contest for 2017 for this.
"i may be indian, but i hate curry." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] that's very strong, well done. meanwhile, in washington all eyes were off the court and on congress for the main event tomorrow. former fbi director james comey will appear before the senate intelligence committee to spill the beans on president trump, which when you think about it on a human level is pretty great for james comey. can you imagine getting fired and then the next thing you know you get to trash talk your boss in front of the whole world? it's like a dream come true. [ cheers and applause ] we got a surprise preview today of what comey plans to share. the senate released his prepared statement. president trump is like, you can prepare statements? [ laughter ] but there are a few good nuggets in it. comey confirmed that trump asked him to "let go of the investigation" into ex-national security adviser michael flynn's ties to russia. he said in four months he had nine one-on-one conversations with trump, three in person, six
on the phone, which is very unusual. and this is what comey wrote about his dinner with trump back in january. he wrote, "he had called me at lunchtime that day, invited me to dinner that night, saying he was going to invite my whole family but decided to have just me this time with the whole family coming next time. it was unclear from the conversation who else would be at the dinner. although i assumed there would be others. it turned out to be just the two of us." it's starting to read like chapter one of "fifty shades of orange." right? [ laughter ] very sexual. [ cheers and applause ] anyway, comey wrote that at their dinner the president said, "i need loyalty, i expect loyalty." which is not an appropriate thing for a president to ask the head of the fbi. unless he's planning to do the right thing and marry him, that is. [ laughter ] and trump told comey he had nothing to do with russia, had not been involved with hookers in russia. and he always assumed he's been recorded. i love that he denied being
involved with hookers in russia. let me tell you, bill clinton must be laughing his ass right now. wherever the hell he is. [ cheers and applause ] so then because these were uncomfortable conversations comey told the attorney general, jeff sessions, he did not want any future direct communication with president trump. melania said the same thing, by the way. [ laughter ] it didn't work out for either of them. so tomorrow will be an interesting day. today is an interesting day. i don't know if you know this, but today is the vice president's birthday. mike pence. i know this because one of our writers got an e-mail yesterday from karen pence, his wife. the subject you see, hi, do you have a minute? michael's birthday. "friend, it has been my true honor and greatest privilege standing by my husband's side as your second lady. it has been a remarkable ride." it has been remarkable. it is definitely -- one thing it has been is remarkable. she wrote, "i wanted to make sure you knew about an important upcoming event, and more importantly i want to give you a chance to join us in our celebrations. tomorrow june 7th, 2017, my
husband vice president michael pence, will turn 50 years old, and i can't think of a better way to celebrate than with a birthday card signed by millions of americans just like you." you can't? [ laughter ] i can think of -- i bet he would like a back rub more. that would be better. she's like the annoying person at the office who brings a giant card around and forces everyone to sign it. anyway, the vice president would love to see your name, and it would mean the world to our family if you added your happy birthday wish by 9:00 p.m. on june 7th, 2017. then there are two links to sign the card. this is a very sad e-mail, folks. [ laughter ] by the way, if you click on one of the links to sign the card, you get this. you can't even write a birthday message, just your name, e-mail, and zip code. for his birthday mike pence gets a list of names, e-mails and zip codes. [ laughter ] that sounds like fun. it's not at all like a thinly veiled attempt to get your voter information. for fund-raising purposes. poor mike pence. that's a terrible birthday. maybe after the testimony tomorrow his birthday gift will
be getting to be president of the united states. [ cheers and applause ] hey, i know this is out of left field, but do you remember zima? like a weird -- yeah, alcoholic beverage from the early '90s? you used zima to figure out who at the bar you didn't want to talk to. [ laughter ] it was huge, it was a huge thing. then all of a sudden it was gone. but they're breaking it back. this fourth of july weekend, zima makes a comeback. i'd almost rather zika make a comeback than zima. [ laughter ] which by the way is really good timing. you really want to wait until there's a virus that's one letter off from the name of your product before relaunching that product. but i guess these are turbulent times. and we need as many ways to get drunk as possible. so welcome back, zima. you know, also college graduation season is wrapping up. and commencement ceremony, this is a big deal for the students and their families. and many schools as you know
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show. that's cleto and the cletones with the music of timbuk-three. michael keaton, anthony davis, and music from charlie wilson and robin thicke all on the way. if you're a soccer fan -- how many soccer fans do we have here? [ cheers and applause ] i know at least 40% of you are lying but i appreciate the enthusiasm. if you are a soccer fan you are undoubtedly familiar with the superhuman known as neymar jr. [ cheers and applause ] he's the star player for barcelona and for the brazilian national team, he won an olympic gold medal, he's only 25 years old and he happens to be on our roof right now. hola, amigo. >> hi, jimmy. thank you. >> jimmy: neymar, first of all, thanks for taking the elevator all the way up there. [ laughter ] your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to score the first-ever goal over hollywood boulevard from our building to the el capitan to the hollywood highland center all the way across the street.
do you think you can do it? can you make it to the hollywood and highland center? >> i can. >> jimmy: beautiful. >> i'll try. >> jimmy: but not only is the net more than 150 feet away. it is being guarded by america's number one goalie slash security guard, guillermo. [ cheers and applause ] hi, guillermo. >> guillermo: hi, jimmy! >> jimmy: you look great. >> guillermo: jimmy, i'm very excited, very happy with neymar! >> jimmy: you look like we should cut you in half and squeeze you into a drink. [ laughter ] guillermo, if i remember correctly, you love heights, right? >> guillermo: no, i hate heights. >> jimmy: you do not like heights, yes. but neymar's your favorite soccer player, correct? >> guillermo: yes, i love neymar, i love brazil, jimmy, you know that. >> jimmy: i know that. are you nervous right now? >> guillermo: no, not nervous, i'm happy right now with neymar. >> jimmy: you're happy, to be almost so close to him, it must be exciting. [ laughter ] which are you more worried about right now, playing against your favorite or plummeting to your death? >> guillermo: plummeting to my death.
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: do not dive for the ball. okay? >> guillermo: okay, jimmy. i promise. >> jimmy: this is important but not that important. neymar, are you nervous right now? >> come on, man. i'm trying. >> jimmy: what if i told you guillermo plays for a recreational soccer team in north hollywood? and they won their first playoff game on sunday? are you nervous now? no? okay, all right. >> no. >> jimmy: all right, then. let's do this. this is a long kick. i don't know, seems kind of -- seems a little more dangerous than i care for. but let's do it. are you ready? >> ready. >> jimmy: all right, let's do it. here we go. [ cheers and applause ] going all the way over the boulevard. >> guillermo: three, two, one! >> jimmy: and here we go. it is -- oh, a little bit short!
oh, this is where a guy gets hit by a bus. okay. [ laughter ] unfortunately we only have one ball so this is going to take -- no, okay, all right. here we go again. just got to get a little more leg into it. whoa! a little bit short. wow. why is there no -- did we clear the traffic? oh. [ laughter ] once again we brought the city to a complete halt for no good reason at all! neymar. >> guillermo: come on neymar! neymar, neymar! >> jimmy: take your time. and here we go. it is a big kick -- oh my goodness! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: can we look at that again? can we look at it again in slow motion? let's take another look. here's the ball. he had the distance. and right in the corner of the
net. past guillermo. what was the one thing i told you not to do? >> guillermo: not to dive. >> jimmy: yeah, not to dive. >> guillermo: but it's neymar, jimmy, the best player in the world. >> jimmy: you gave 110%. neymar, that was quite a shot, congratulations. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you, thank you. >> jimmy: have fun up there. we're going to keep going with the show. we have a great show for you tonight. charlie wilson is here with robin thicke. anthony davis is here and we'll be right back with michael keaton. so stick around! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
robin thicke from the mercedes-benz stage. we are back in primetime on friday night for game four of the nba finals with owen wilson, zach lavine, jamal crawford, and julius randle. and we have a new show in late night after that with mandy moore, jerrod carmichael, music from bebe rexa with and also i will take on the winner of the scripps national spelling bee. she's 12 years old and she will soon know the meaning of d d-e-f -- however defeat is spelled she will soon now. our first guest tonight is golden globe and oscar-nominated oscar who played a fictional superhero, a fictional fictional superhero and now a real-life superhero. he suits up as the vulture
in "spider-man: homecoming," it opens july 7th. please welcome michael keaton! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ how are you doing? >> i'm doing well. >> jimmy: i tell you, when you just gave me a little lift and a squeeze, if i had food in my mouth -- >> popped it out. >> jimmy: it would have heimliched me. >> you know what, i heimliched -- >> jimmy: you did? that's your penguins cap? yeah, you're more focused on the stanley cup finals than the nba. >> no, but wow, anthony davis is here, that's a treat, that guy is unbelievable. i heimliched a guy. >> jimmy: you did? where? >> yeah, he wasn't choking. [ laughter ] i just wanted to try it out. no, no. a good buddy of mine, this is true, a very good friend of mine, dennis dugan, we were hanging out at his house, everyone had gone home after this party. we were throwing darts. which we used to do a lot. all of a sudden i looked at him, he's really red in the face. then he's kind of getting a shade of blue that was concerning. and he kind of goes, very calmly, kind of goes -- and i
look at him and go -- we had a few beers at that point. but i go -- and i go oh, [ bleep ]. and i remembered reading or seeing somewhere or someone explaining what the heimlich maneuver was. i got behind him and i thought, man, i hope this works. and i did it really hard. because you're supposed to. and this thing just shot across the room. and here's what's really amazing about it. nobody said anything till like the next day about 11:30. he calls me. he goes, "hey, man. do you remember last night?" and i go yeah, good party. he goes, "yeah, but do you remember heimliching me?" i go, yeah. none of us said anything. [ laughter ] shoom! the thing goes, we kept playing darts, then i went home. it's like, i saved a guy's life last night. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wait a minute. there's a swedish meatball right in the bullseye. >> yes. >> jimmy: that could be a fun game. heimlich dartboard. >> that's a really good idea. >> jimmy: swallow a swedish
meatball with the toothpick in it and then you fire away. >> i am really -- that's a very good idea. >> jimmy: forget hockey. >> yeah, yeah. how are you doing? >> jimmy: i'm doing well, thank you. congratulations on your penguins. you root for the penguins, you love the penguins. >> all things pittsburgh. >> jimmy: even though you're batman you root for the penguins. >> i never thought of that. yes, i do, because i'm open-minded. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: do you have an nba team? >> i'm a laker fan because i inherited them when i moved to l.a. i used to take sean, my little guy, i'd carry him down to the forum and saw all the great, great, great teams. that's because pittsburgh never had an nba team. they had an aba team which was a great team. connie hopkins -- >> jimmy: what was the name of that team? >> they were the wrens for a while. >> jimmy: bad name. >> bad name, yeah, little birds. yeah. >> jimmy: pelicans is no good either. we're going to get into that with anthony, yeah. >> true. it's not menacing enough. yeah, so there was never a team. i'm a laker fan. >> jimmy: that's good. >> i suffer. >> jimmy: you mentioned your son sean, taking him to lakers games. i think this is so interesting. people don't -- i know some people know about this.
>> he's a center for the lakers? small forward? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, your son, almost as impressive, not quite, but almost as impressive, has written, cowritten, produced some of the biggest hits in music. >> yeah, man, he's hot. he's killing it. >> jimmy: who are some of the artists he's worked with? >> he was nominated for a grammy for thomas rhett's tune, the country tune this year, "die a happy man." then he won the -- [ cheers and applause ] yeah. and he won. they won. record of the year or song of the year at the acms? i don't know. there's so many country awards. but you know, country's like a thing that came to him later. he really wrote hip-hop and pop music like for demi lovato, "heart attack." he wrote that. jason derulo. >> jimmy: jason derulo. >> yeah. david guetta. >> jimmy: do you listen to any of this kind of music? >> yeah, yeah, i do. i do, honestly. and i don't know if you -- when you see your own movie for the first time or you start out and you -- i went to the theater, i wanted to go by myself for "nightshift" and sit in the theater. and -- >> jimmy: one of the greatest movies of all-time. [ cheers and applause ]
you think i'm joking. really. in my top ten all-time favorite movies. >> really? >> jimmy: yes. >> so you want to see it and have the full experience. and the other thing was when -- i think "heart attack" or the derulo tune, i think it was "heart attack." i hadn't heard on it the radio. that's an old-fashioneded kind of thing. you want to be riding around in the car. i can imagine all those people talking about, musicians. >> jimmy: yeah, right, hearing on the radio. >> you hear a tune on the radio. so i would never hear it. so like valet drivers, you know, they look at me and i'd pull in and my station would be tuned into something that like every 15-year-old girl listens to. [ laughter ] they're like, dude's into the really weirdest. and i'd just be playing it, going come on, man, i want to hear it. one day i heard it while i was driving around. it was just oh, man. >> jimmy: what did you do when you heard it? >> i flipped out. i immediately went home and said i just heard your tune on the radio. it's such an old-fashioned thing, on the radio.
it had been out on the internet for months. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's right. but it's different because it pops up. it's not something that you seek out and press "play." and there's something -- >> exactly. >> jimmy: magical about that. >> yeah. >> jimmy: was your son equally excited? >> yeah, very much. very much. you know him, you met him. >> jimmy: yeah, i know. >> you were at the house. >> jimmy: i was at the house. lionel richie was at your house, which was kind avenue amazing also. does he live at the house? >> he does. he works for me. >> jimmy: lionel's working for you? you don't have to pipe in music? >> well, he goes on tour. i'm going -- the house is a mess. then i go, what's going on? he goes, i'm on tour, dude. no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he's your friend. >> he's a pal. you were there. ronnie howard was there. a lot of people. i have -- i'm the most boring show business person. truly. >> jimmy: yeah. actually, we were all saying that at the party. [ laughter ] >> so i have very few -- i don't really have a lot of parties. but you know, i wanted you to come. >> jimmy: it was christmas time, and there was lionel richie. we're going to take a break. when we come back, we're going to take a look at a movie that i happen to love. "spider-man: homecoming." michael keaton is here. we'll be right back.
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>> there you go, mason. business is good. >> jimmy: yeah, that is the vulture. "spider-man: homecoming." michael keaton. i really thought that movie was great. i love spider-man. he's my favorite comic book character. >> what? >> jimmy: easily, spider-man, yeah. he's the funny one. no, i'm sorry. i forgot. >> jimmy: i forgot you're his nemesis. your costars -- >> no, i'm batman, what the [ bleep ] are you talking about? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it is confusing. >> awkward, man. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: leave the hat! you forgot your glasses. your costars tom holland and robert downey jr. were here on sunday --
>> talk about batman. >> jimmy: i know you love to talk about batman. >> i do. >> jimmy: do you love to talk about batman? >> yeah, i loved it, it was cool. >> jimmy: did that come up frequently on set with these guys? >> yes. he's a great kid by the way. >> jimmy: tom holland. >> those guys are great. >> jimmy: he told me a funny story because he's from england -- >> he is? >> jimmy: he is, his accent is so good. he went undercover to school in the bronx to see what it was like to go to an american high school. >> yeah. >> jimmy: have you ever done anything like that? >> yeah. it depends. i trained with the navy s.e.a.l.s. >> jimmy: you did? >> yeah. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. for "mr. mom." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that seems like an odd choice. >> yeah, yeah. yeah i mean -- i don't know. it was a choice, it didn't really work. and then for "pacific heights" i killed a guy. >> jimmy: you did? [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: just one guy? >> yeah. and i killed another guy for another movie. >> jimmy: you did? how did you do it? >> i stayed in his apartment, i
wouldn't leave. do you know the movie? you know the plot? yeah. so i wouldn't leave. then he goes like -- he comes to my house for like the sixth time, goes where's my rent, dude? and i just shoot him. >> jimmy: that's serious. >> sorry, that's horrible. >> jimmy: that's real acting. >> i know. no, i -- sometimes you do if it's appropriate. and sometimes there's no need. "spotlight," for instance. that's one where you -- i'd done -- i'd been a journalist in movies like three times. i actually kind of wanted to be a journalist when i was in school. and so for me that stuff comes kind of naturally. there was really nothing to do except hang around with those guys which i had done several times. it depends. for "clean and sober," you really have to know -- no, you have to -- no. [ laughter ] i know the audience goes -- you have to know what that's about. on a deep level. and there's no way of getting around that. but for some movies -- >> jimmy: do you feel like you get it in a week or so? >> no, no. you need more time. you need more time. you need to, you know, drill
down, drill down. >> jimmy: you didn't hang around at the zoo with vultures or anything like that for this? >> i didn't, no. i didn't. >> jimmy: that would have been exceptionally stupid, yes. [ laughter ] >> yes, it would have. but i'm capable of being stupid. >> jimmy: that's an important quality to have. >> yes, it is. >> jimmy: the movie is fantastic, "spider-man: homecoming." michael keaton is the vulture. it opens in theaters july 7th. very good to see you. we'll be right back with anthony davis! ♪ (screams) man: woo hoo! join in on the fun and cash in on the deals at the chevy 4th of july sales event. man: this is a fast car. man 2: oh, boy! enjoy the ride while making no monthly payments for the rest of the summer on these exciting chevy vehicles. or, for a limited time, get 0% financing for 72 months on these 2017 models. or get 20% below msrp on 2017 impala premier and sonic lt. find new roads at the chevy 4th of july sales event.
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>> we get -- before every season we get measured. >> jimmy: okay. >> by our strength coach. beginning of last season they told me i was 6'11". but when you're 6'11" i feel you got to play center. 7 feet, center. i don't like playing center. so i like to stick to power forward. >> jimmy: you round down. >> round down. 6'10". >> jimmy: you are the only nba player to round down. actually, i was curious about it. so we made a special -- >> oh, you want to -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: do you mind standing up for a second? and i will measure you. just stay right there. stand right there. >> i got shoes on, though. >> jimmy: yeah, i can't -- oh. >> let's see. >> jimmy: yeah, wait. yeah, you're just -- you are 6'11". [ cheers and applause ] you have to play center from now on. >> shoes on, though. >> jimmy: the pelicans is the worst name for a team, right? i mean, really. like when you put on that pelican uniform, like it can't fire you up. can it? >> it fires me up. >> jimmy: it does fire you up? wow, imagine.
lakers actually i guess is not that great either. but we've just gotten used to it. >> actually, new orleans had this triple a team called the baby cakes. [ laughter ] when that came about, i kind of felt like, well, pelicans is smart. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: are they having some kind of worst name competition in new orleans right now? >> i don't know. >> jimmy: are you having fun? >> having a great time. >> jimmy: who are you rooting for? do you root for either team when it comes to the nba finals? >> no. >> jimmy: you don't, yeah. >> i'm kind of not allowed to. >> jimmy: no, you're allowed to. >> i stay neutral. i stay neutral. of course i have friends on both sides. but i really don't care. >> jimmy: who's your best friend on each side? >> i don't really have a best friend. i'd say my closest friend on cleveland is kyrie irving. >> jimmy: okay. [ cheers and applause ] and golden state, i'm not really close to anyone, but i'm cordial with a lot of them. >> jimmy: you're cordial with a lot of them.
>> i talk to klay a lot. i'd probably say klay. >> jimmy: okay, all right. i think we've learned that you're probably rooting for the cavaliers, then, right? >> no. no. i'm rooting for a great series. >> jimmy: kyrie thinks the earth is flat, right? isn't that -- >> that's kyrie for you, though. that's kyrie. kyrie says a lot of stuff. >> jimmy: is he just trying to be funny? >> no, i think he really thinks the earth is flat. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he does. >> i think -- pretty sure. >> jimmy: have you ever taken him to the beach and let him look at the curvature of the horizon? >> that's kyrie. >> jimmy: first time you were here was 2012. you were about to be drafted. you were picked number one. and i asked you what you were going to buy with the money when you first got the money. and you said you were going to buy what? >> white on white bentley. >> jimmy: a white on white bentley. did you buy that white on white bentley? >> i did. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: is it everything that you imagined it would be? >> it is. it was. i don't have it anymore. >> jimmy: what happened?
>> i needed to get rid of it. >> jimmy: oh, you needed to -- >> it was too fast for me. >> jimmy: really? >> i started -- i was 19 years old. i started trying -- i thought i was "fast and the furious." i got rid of it. >> jimmy: what did you get, a honda accord or something? [ laughter ] >> i traded it in for a rolls-royce racer. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. those are really slow. >> yeah. very much slower. very much more so. >> jimmy: a much more humble vehicle. [ laughter ] you downsized is what you did, yeah. so this is something i want to ask. because this is a photograph -- >> oh god. >> jimmy: instagram, either a monkey or a gremlin. [ laughter ] is this part of the monkey? >> no, that's a teddy bear that he loves to cuddle on. >> jimmy: okay. this is your monkey? >> yeah. >> jimmy: how do you get a monkey? >> so my teammate came to the locker room one day with a monkey on his shoulder. i wasn't sure it was a monkey, it was just something crawling. i'm like, i think we need an exterminator around here.
he said that's my monkey. i'm like, monkey? that kind of freaked me out. what are you doing with a monkey? >> jimmy: reasonable question. >> he had on it a harness, a leash. you going to do tricks? he's like, he can play peekaboo. it was playing peek-a-boo and i was like, that's so dope, i want one. [ laughter ] he ended up getting me one. and i found out my monkey did none of that. [ laughter ] so i was like -- >> jimmy: you got a dull monkey. >> yeah, i had it about a year and a half and i was like, this is not for me. >> jimmy: what did you do, eat it? do you eat them at the end? [ laughter ] >> no, i gave it back to him. i was like you -- >> jimmy: oh, really? he now has two monkeys? >> he actually found out that he's not a great caretaker. he gave it to his auntie. his auntie got both of them. >> jimmy: she has both of the monkeys. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you really need some kind of app that brings you a monkey for a while. because i think most people are like, oh my god, i got a monkey. a few weeks later, oh, i got a monkey. >> they're very cute, though. as you see.
they're very cute. >> jimmy: yeah, i see. >> once they start using the bathroom -- it's true, monkeys really eat their poop and throw it. and i'm like, this is crazy. >> jimmy: that's actually one of the things i like about them. [ laughter ] they're self-cleaning. >> yeah, i couldn't do it. >> jimmy: you have your own line of clothing at saks fifth avenue. how did that come about? >> saks came to me and wanted to do something special. i thought it was a great opportunity for me. going into stores, it's very tough for me to find clothes. >> jimmy: right. >> i can't. which is insane. >> jimmy: right, right. >> and so i thought it would be a great idea for me to make my own clothes. >> jimmy: so these are clothes for giant people? [ laughter ] >> well, it started that way. and then my whole family, well, what about me? >> jimmy: do people hit you up for free clothes all the time? >> all the time. i say, well, you can go to the store. >> jimmy: who's number one worst as far as hitting you up for free clothes? >> actually, one of my teammates, tim frasier. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> yeah. i'm like dud -- >> jimmy: how does he do it? >> you make millions of dollars. what's crazy, he goes into the
store and looks around and like send a picture, i want this one. buy it! which is pretty funny. >> jimmy: wow. >> but it's fine. i have fun with it. saks come to me with ideas, i come to them with different ideas. we make it work from there. >> jimmy: it would be fun to make little suits for monkeys. >> they have some clothes for monkeys. >> jimmy: they do? >> they do. they do. >> jimmy: what? >> they do. [ laughter ] they do. it's like the cutest thing ever. >> jimmy: wow. >> like baby onesies -- >> jimmy: guillermo, you and i are going shopping. >> guillermo: yes, next week, yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's very good to see you. thanks for coming. [ cheers and applause ] anthony davis, everybody. his clothing line is saks fifth avenue by anthony davis. we'll be right back with charlie wilson and robin thicke! ♪ >> dicky: "the jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz.
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michael keaton, anthony davis, neymar jr., apologies to matt damon, we did run out of time. "nightline" is next but first, this is his latest album, "in it to win it." here with the song "smile for me" with help from robin thicke, charlie wilson! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ i think about what my daddy told me umm there's gonna be storms in life ♪ ♪ yes it will but the sun comes up every morning ooh even after the darkest night ♪ ♪ yeah, maybe the rent ain't paid or the car note's late and you're working hard ♪ ♪ like every single day yeah but
you can make it through ain't nothing you can't do yeah i believe in you ♪ ♪ let me break it down i'm here to say when everything ain't okay i promise it's gonna change ♪ ♪ so won't you smile for me ♪ i know it's hard ♪ i know it's hard ♪ 'cause i've been right where you are ♪ ♪ you can light up the dark ♪ if you just smile for me ♪ ooh you can start up the chain reaction or stretch an inch into a mile oh ♪ ♪ the best thing's just around the corner oh yeah so hang in there a little while oh ♪ ♪ maybe the rent ain't paid or the car note's late and you're working hard like every single day yeah ♪
♪ there's nothing you can't do ♪ nothing you can't do ♪ i believe in you ♪ i believe in you ♪ let me break it down ♪ i'm here to say ♪ he's here to say ♪ when everything ain't okay, i promise it's gonna change, so won't you smile for me ♪ ♪ i know it's hard i know it's hard cause i've been right where you are ♪ ♪ you can light up the dark if you just smile for me ♪ ♪ don't let it get you down don't let it get you down i know that you can turn it around ♪ ♪ you can turn it around anything that is lost will be found yeah ♪ ♪ so come on and show me a little piece of heaven show the world what you really been blessed with ♪
♪ i'm here to tell ya when everything ain't okay i promise it's gonna change so won't you smile for me ♪ ♪ i know it's hard i know it's hard cause i've been right where you are ♪ ♪ i've been right where you are you can light up the dark you can light up the dark ♪ ♪ if you just smile for me smile for me baby ♪ ♪ oh won't you smile oh won't you smile oh won't you smile ♪ come on and smile just smile for me ♪ ♪ oh won't you smile oh won't you smile ♪ ♪ oh won't you smile smile for me ♪ ♪
this is "nightline." >> tonight, the versace murder. one of the world's foremost designers. >> i have a beautiful life. what i desire is more. >> gianni versace gunned down by a maniac on a nationwide killing spree. questions lingering 20 years later. >> when you heard he was accused of killing versace, what went through your mind? >> i wasn't surprised at all. >> how this supposedly brainy and charming man came to be a ruthless killer. >> he used his body to get money. >> and how police tracked him down. plus -- >> it's an honor to be with you. >> two world titans finally meeting face to face. president trump pressing putin on election meddling. announcing a cease-fire in areas of syria. the marathon meeting lasting more than two hours. so what was said behind closed