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right now on jimmy kimmel we have ryan gosling. >> have a good night. we'll see you tomorrow. >> dickey: from hollywood it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight ryan gosling. web sensation logan paul. and music from welshly arms. and now like it or not here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: thanks for coming. [ cheers and applause ] i want to say a special hello to
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those watching from las vegas. you know what happened sunday night. i'm not going to get deep into it again tonight. i do want to say something to those who spent most of the day online attacking those of us who think we need to do something about the fact that 59 innocent people were killed. they say it is too soon to talk about it. maybe it is too soon for you because nung your heart, you know you bear some responsibility for the fact that almost anyone can get any weapon they want and now you want to cover yourself until the storm of outrage passes. you can go back to your dirty business as usual. it is not too soon for us. we're americans. last time i checked, the first amendment is at least as important as the second amendment. so shame on you for suggesting i should do otherwise. president trump is headed to las vegas tomorrow. if it goes anything like his trip to puerto rico, i'm sure it will be great. he was in puerto rico today to
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survey the damage caused by hurricane maria. he brought his trump has said some not so nice things about puerto rico over the last week including a tweet he said, the puerto ricans want everything to be done for him, says the guy who has never carried a piece of luggage in his entire life. at a news conference this morning, he regayled those who don't have power yet. >> nick mulvany is here, and he is in charge of a thing called budget. now, i hate to tell you, puerto rico, but you've thrown our budget a little out of whack. we spent a lot of money on puerto rico and that's fine. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. next time you allow a storm to ravage your island, please think about, we're not made out of money. think about the cost. he really took the compassion.
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people on the streets, the locals to chat and offer comforting words. >> the windows. yeah. >> jimmy: and here you are. >> exactly. >> we're going to help you out. have a good time. >> jimmy: it's a hurricane, not a pool party. the president didn't just pitch in to help with his words. . he also took some time at a relief center where this is what happened. he also took some time relief center where this is what happened. like he's offering the t-shirt counter at a game. who does that? what planet is this man from?
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the brawny paper towel guy would know better than to do that. it is always something. every day. trump also had an uncomfortable meeting with the mayor of san juan who he criticized via tweet. while the president has been very he critical of some, there's one person he's had something very nice about. >> we have had tremendous reviews. the governor made incredible statements about how well we're doing. i think we've done a really good job. we're doing a really good job. i think we're getting good marks for the work we're doing. we've made tremendous strides. i think we can acknowledge what a great job we've done. in texas and florida. we get an a plus. and i think we've done just as good in puerto rico. we have done an incredible job. and that's the truth. as far as puerto rico is concerned, that's been going really well. it's been total devastation. >> jimmy: very good. amazing how he can get those
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tiny hands around his back to pat it. and by the way -- if you want to donate to the relief effort in puerto rico, you can do it via the american red cross. please make sure they have all the payment towelling they need at this difficult time. and meanwhile, we heard from the previous most elected official, arnold schwarzenegger was in washington today to deliver this message about congress. >> hello, everybody. it's wonderful to be here in washington. and i'm looking at the building, i'm talking about congress now. they have an approval rating of 60%. herpes are more popular than congress. >> jimmy: and i have had both. and then he got to the reason he was there.
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colonoscopy? gerrymandering which turned out to be a lot of fun to hear him say. >> do you know the system when politicians are picking the voters rather than the voters picking the politicians. so to say hasta la vista to gerrymandering and it is time to terminate gerrymandering. thank you very much. >> jimmy: wait a minute, what about, i'll be back? it's time to take gerry manned ordering the jingle all the way. i miss him a lot. so jared kushner and ivanka trump are having a bad week. they sent hundreds of officials white house e-mails from now a third private account. we found out about the first two last week. most of the e-mails, they come from ivanka's assistant who is not a semifinal on project
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runway. she is actually her assistant. at least six of trump's private visors have used private e-mail for business. her father based almost his whole campaign on hillary clinton's use of a private e-mail server. it was like they missed it. jared kushner's defense is that he only used the e-mail when people initiated contact with him. that's like getting caught with a hooker and saying, she came on to me! [ laughter ] is anyone in our audience wearing spanx? you know what those are. right? well, she's honest. this is something you might be interested in. this is a real product. put it up on the screen. these are spanx arm tights. you might be familiar with their other name which is sleeves. not arm tights.
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grills efrgs two-time champion, an olympic gold medalist. and before steven siegal had diabetes, he was a movie star. i really hope steven accepts this challenge. america needs something done to focus right now. let's be honest. the only thing they should be fighting over is the last piece of corn bread at the home town buffet. and batman is getting married. in the new d.c. comic, batman proposes to cat woman and she said yes. i don't want to ruin it and she said yes. poor robin. i guess that weekend at the bed and breakfast in vermont didn't do the trick but congratulations to batman and catwoman on this fictitious milestone that means nothing whatsoever. if you would like the send a gift, they are registered at bed, bat and beyond. [ cheers and applause ]
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[ laughter ] >> jimmy: in other crime fighting news, o.j. is out of prison. he was released sunday night. he was released in the middle of the night to avoid any kind of contact with paparazzi. but of course within hours of leaving the correctional center, tmz had already caught up with him. >> juice, juice, how does it feel to be out? >> are you all stalking me? none of your business. i've been in the car the last five hours. how do i know how it feels to be out? >> jimmy: that's a good point, i guess. did you read what his first words when he got out of prison
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were? bruce jenner did what? according to o.j.'s lawyer, he wants to get back to simple things. he wants to buy an iphone. he's never had an iphone before. and he wants a steak. which is interesting. he is a captivating figure. a documentary won a lot of awards. now that he's out, we here at abc are very pleased to present what could turn out to be the television event of the year. >> it is this court's decision that orenthal james simpson be released from the lovelock correctional facility. >> abc presents a 30-part mini series. >> what can i get you? >> get me your biggest steak. >> david alan grier is o.j.
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simpson. >> here you are, sir. enjoy. >> miss, can i get a knife? a steak knife. >> we are all out of knives. so just use a spoon. >> this is the must-see mini series of the season. o.j. simpson. the release of the century. >> you all got beans, too? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you. we have a good show tonight. tonight on the show music from welshly arms, logan paul is here and we'll be right back with ryan gosling. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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>> jimmy: welcome back to the show. tonight he's one of the most watched and followed people on the planet logan paul is here. then their e-p is called
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"legendary" welshly arms from the mercedes- benz stage. tomorrow night robin wright will be here, mark consuelos will join us, and we'll have music from depeche mode. on thursday jeff bridges, isla fisher, and steve aoki with gucci mane and t-pain. and this is exciting we headed back to brooklyn october 16th for a week of shows at the brooklyn academy of music where our guests will be david letterman, amy schumer, howard stern, billy joel, tracy morgan, paul shaffer and more will be added as we go. if you live in brooklyn or near brooklyn and want to be a part of it, go to this. go to kimmel in brooklyn dot com. we hope to see you there our first guest is a multi-talented and
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oscar-nominated actor who starting this weekend finds himself in a bleak dystopian future-world where, it turns out, he's still very handsome "blade runner 2049" opens in theaters friday. please welcome ryan gosling. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how are you doing? >> how are you doing? >> jimmy: i'm doing all right. well, thank you. everything all right with you? >> i don't know. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> i don't know. >> jimmy: because of las vegas? >> yes. it is such a sad and strange time. >> jimmy: it is. it feels like it's not over, either. it keeps going on and on and on. >> i really appreciate what you said the other night about wanting to --
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[ applause ] wanting to come out and tell jokes and be light but it is getting harder and harder to do that. >> jimmy: i would imagine for you it is kind of hard. you're in the middle of promoting this movie that you worked a really long time on. this week a terrible thing happens. not that movies really matter or anything but it puts you in an uncomfortable position, doesn't it? >> you think about all the, so many people suffering right now and all the victims of all these hurricanes and obviously this shooting and the earthquakes and it is just, you know, yes. it's strange to be out talking about a film. but i can't imagine how you must feel being from las vegas right now. >> jimmy: did you spend a lot of time in vegas? >> i spent a little time there, yeah. >> jimmy: i know you're interested in las vegas mythology. >> but you grew up there.
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>> jimmy: i never realized it was an interesting place to be from until i moved away from there and people said, wow, what an interesting place to be from. for us, it was just where are you from? i played little league. i played clarinet in the band. it was just like any other neighborhood. it just happened, like anaheim. in that disneyland is there but it is a town, a community. and of course, las vegas is always in the movies. the advertising campaigns, what happens in vegas stays in vegas. and all that's true for the people visiting there. but for the people who live there, it is a regular place to live. instead of 9:00 to 5:00, why you mom or dad might work midnight to 8:00 a.m. or instead of being a plumber, your dad is a dealer at a casino. or your mom is a cocktail
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waitress. >> did you ever run into any of those iconic las vegas people? >> jimmy: yes on. a number of occasions. i saw liberace buying meat at the mayfair market which was pretty great. it was the middle of the night. he was wearing a hair net and he was looking through the cuts of meat. and i was like, wow, that's liberace. i saw sammy davis jr. shopping for clothes in the at saks fifth avenue. he would wear kids clothes. there were always drunk elvis impersonators all over the place. you always run into them. there was a lot more of them. >> isn't cleto -- >> jimmy: yes. the cletos and i grew up right across the street from each other in vegas. and we've been best friend since
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i was 9 and cleto was 10 years old. >> how did you meet? >> jimmy: well, since you're asking, i don't want to take away from your interview. >> you're interested, aren't you . >> jimmy: when we met, i was riding a bicycle wearing boxing gloves. and sunglasses at the time which for some reason was weird. >> it was a rainy day. >> jimmy: i was wearing sunglasses. i had boxing gloves and cleto thought there was something wrong with me. >> why would you wearing glasses? >> jimmy: i don't know. i was 9. you just get your boxing gloves on and you're riding down the block. oh, the poor kid. he's a little slow. and befriended me. and that's how we became friends. it's 100% true.
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i mean, cleto's dad was a prankster and always was a prankster. he would teach us things to do. still to this day at their house in las vegas, there is a big spider. like you walk in the front door and there's a giant tarantula. each time you see it, oh! still there. >> still there. >> jimmy: we're going to nail that to your coffin. what about you and las vegas? how many times have you been to las vegas? >> i don't know. >> jimmy: a lot? >> yeah. the first time i stayed, i like old las vegas when i first started going there. the golden nugget. >> jimmy: wow! >> and i saw don rickles at the star dust. >> jimmy: awesome. >> when i say saw, you know, i almost saw him. >> jimmy: you had a bad seat?
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>> it's a disheartening moment when you give your ticket to the usher and they have to go like -- we went, we were very, very high up and i was with a friend. he was desperate to make contact in a, not a low but a quiet point of the show. he yelled "rickles!" and don stopped and he looked up. and i forget what he said but it was not, it was wildly insubtling. but he had that amazing ability to make you feel like you just experienced some magic trick by him insulting you. >> jimmy: did you experience magic. >> and we floated out of there. we had the most wonderful -- >> jimmy: i'll bet. >> thank you to you for introducing me to him. >> jimmy: to don rickles. he was really, really excited to meet you. he was really up on what was
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>> jimmy: that's "blade runner 2049." what a beautiful film that is. 94% on rotten tomatoes. do you care about that kind of thing? >> you hear about it. >> jimmy: it's good to hear good news. >> yeah, i'm very happy. the filmmaker, he put a lot of work into this. i'm very happy to see that it turned out this way. >> jimmy: it looks like he put a lot of work into it. >> put a lot of work into it. so incredible craftsmen in the film. the cinematographer. >> jimmy: are they allowed to talk to you? or no, it is that kind of situation. i like that they still have wind shield wyominge ewipers in 2049. there are still some things we'll have. to go to aamco and get the blade, right? >> yes.
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>> jimmy: so did you saturday night live this weekend. it was very funny. seeing the video you did where the guy, the papyrus font, that's one of the funniest things i've seen. hilarious. you were laughing through a lot of the show. >> i have this weird disorder, when i find something funny, i laugh. i'm working on it. >> jimmy: were you trying hard not to laugh? or does that make it worse? >> yeah. there's only so much you can do. >> jimmy: and then you get to someone who is being funny. >> once i'm in a deeply involved relationship with a chicken. you give that a shot. >> jimmy: did you bring the family to new york with you? >> i did. i brought my family. my youngest daughter is a year and a half. and it was her first time in new york.
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and i brought her to the window in the morning. i said, you know, sweetheart, welcome to new york. and two cars went -- smash! smoke started pouring out of cars. these two guys got out. and i won't repeat the hand gestures for you but i quickly covered her eyes. >> jimmy: she learned to give the finger in new york. that's a very new york experience. >> very new york experience. >> jimmy: that's about as good as it gets. very good to see you. congratulations on the movie. it is "blade runner 2049" opens in theaters friday. we'll be right back with logan paul. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ with my moderate to severe crohn's disease,... ...i was always searching for ways to manage my symptoms. i thought i had it covered. then i realized managing was all i was doing.
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snapchat and facebook - his show "logan paul versus" is watchable on watchable. please welcome logan paul. [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i actually sought you out and asked to have you on the show. i feel like you have suddenly dominated my computer. i see you popping up everywhere. >> thank you. thank you. >> jimmy: and then, you know, it is one of those things. you hear about something and then you hear about something again and then you hear about it nine nims one week's time. i walked into my cousin sal's house. his son archie and his son's friend watching. what are you watching? >> thank you, guys, thank you. >> jimmy: and they said logan paul. what's the deal with this guy?
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and they said, oh, he just does dumb things. [ laughter ] they meant it as a compliment. you do dumb, dumb things all the time. >> yeah. >> jimmy: people love seeing you do these dumb things. >> do i some smart things. not often. >> jimmy: in a way, the accumulation of dul things have turned out to be a smart thing. when did this start? how did it begin? >> i was 10 years old and for some reason, i wanted a video camera. i had two birthday parties just to collect money for my friends. and then i bought a video camera and just started posting on youtube. >> jimmy: i think we have your original video as a little kid. and with your brother, right? >> there's jake paul, yeah. >> jimmy: you and your brother are fooling around, eating feet, doing all the things kids do. pulling your limbs.
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that's a good move, too. so then the became popular. you started getting followers. >> it took me eight years. i started off after eight years doing youtube. that's where i blew up. i switched to instagram and then youtube and now, it is like, i'll out there. >> jimmy: it's crazy. i've seen videos where you tell people where you are and suddenly a swarm of like 200 people are around you. >> i'm still getting used to that. >> jimmy: how do you ever get used to it? >> i don't know. do it more and more, i guess? >> jimmy: you drove here tonight, you couldn't verted a school bus to a cool bus. >> it used to be a school bus. now it is the cool bus. >> jimmy: what goes on in the cool bus? >> to be honest, i've had it for two hours so not much. >> jimmy: what are the plans for the cool bus? >> you can imagine, a lot of parties, a lot of filming. >> jimmy: who drives the bus?
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or do you have a cool bus driver? >> i drove it. i need a driver. does anyone know how to drive a bus? i need a driver. >> jimmy: that's not what you're supposed to say when you get a bus. does anyone know how to drive a bus? don't you have to have a special license to drive a bus? >> i hope not. on the show, logan paul versus, you take on challenges. and we have a video of one of those particular challenges. whose idea is it to do these things? are these your own ideas? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: so your idea in this particular scenario was to really wrestle an alligator. >> yeah. >> jimmy: this is not a drugged alligator like you usually see. >> it was in the wild. >> jimmy: an in the wild alligator. and you found a guy who said he could get you to the alligator. did he warn you not to do this? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you disregarded that
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warning. this is what happened. they have the most biting force of any animal on the planett. >> oh, my god! >> what are you doing? >> this is a big gator, bro! >> terrifying. >> will he test it in his mouth like a dog? >> yeah. >> jimmy: how did that battle go? >> well, you're going to have to watch logan paul. >> jimmy: is that the most dangerous thing you've done? >> i wishful no, i've done some dumb stuff. >> jimmy: what's the most dangerous thing you did? >> i wrestled a bear. >> jimmy: like a real bear. what kind of a bear was it? >> an 800-pound kodiak bear. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: when you say wrestled it -- >> i wrestled the bear. i don't know how else to describe it.
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you're not supposed to do. that again, i was told not to. but i did it. >> jimmy: and did you win? >> i did. >> jimmy: you did. >> yeah. it took a little bit. i don't get scared often. but when i was wrestling the bear, i was like, wow, i could die right now. >> jimmy: you had that thought. did you have fear when you thought that? >> i had to life check myself. like logan, you are scary. you need to take precautionary measures. so i did it. and then at the lunch break mirgs manager was like, you need to go for it. he could tell -- >> jimmy: wait a minute. your manager said just go for it and fight the bear. you need a new manager, really, is what you need. >> i dug deep and i said, okay. i'm 22. i'm ready to die. if i die right now -- >> jimmy: imagine those guys who converted the cool bus and nobody ever comes to pick it up because you got eaten like a bear.
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if you had been, god forbid, killed by that bear, mauled by the bear, would the video have been released? >> i made it in my log. i said i wanted it to be. i think it would go viral. >> jimmy: definitely go viral. do you ever get hurt doing this stuff? >> i've gotten hurt. >> jimmy: what injuries have you sustained? [ laughter ] >> let me tell you about my testicles. >> jimmy: which one? >> it is my right testicle. i'm missing 15% of it. >> jimmy: what? taxes or what? >> taxes. >> jimmy: your manager got that cut? >> it was his idea. got to go. no. i was making a video. i have a dwarf roommate. he is my best end. we were making a video. we had a godzilla mask and i
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said, evan, put on the godzilla sxhask we'll call you dwarf zilla. i go to the mall and i hop up on the table and i scream dwarf zilla, run for your life! i didn't do my research and it didn't have one post. it had one in the middle. so it's not a sturdy table. i go to jump off it. a bugs bunny thing. my legs don't go anywhere. i'm pretty nextible. i'm like full split. just like -- i landed on my balls. >> jimmy: and you had to have an operation? >> here's the thing. i waited three days. take some ibuprofin and i'll be good to go. i was with my friend in ohio. my friends said what is it like?
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is it this big? [ bleep ]. it looks like. that yeah. >> jimmy: was it green like an avocado? >> no. they're purplish. before they're ripe. >> jimmy: it looked like a before rhyme avocado. so i was like, got to go to the hospital. here's the thing. i want a disclaimer. you can't tell -- can i say this? >> jimmy: it is the principle. >> it's the principle. that's a very good point. >> jimmy: so at the very end of the night you'll get the cool bus and you realize that now you're in the cool bus, people will realize where you are all the time. the windows are tinted. plus, if you press a button, they untint. a cool bus. >> jimmy: like the mystery machine or something. what a set-up you have! it sounds like you're having a lot of fun.
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just try to take better care of your testicles is my only advice for you. logan paul! new episodes of "logan paul versus" are available every tuesday on watchable. and we shall return with welshly arms. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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our apologies to matt damon. we ran out of time. "nightline" is next but first, they're called legendary. here's the song legendary, welshly arms! ♪ ♪ take a look around me taking pages from a magazine
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been looking for the answers ever since we ♪ ♪ were seventeen you know the truth can be a weapon to fight this world ♪ ♪ of ill intentions a new answer to the same question how many times ♪ ♪ will you learn the same lesson i think ♪ ♪ they got it all wrong we just gotta hold on and on and on and on ♪ ♪ 'cause we're gonna be legends gonna get their attention what we're doing here ♪ ♪ ain't just scary it's about to be legendary yea we're gonna be legends ♪ ♪ gonna teach 'em
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all a lesson got this feeling in our souls we carry ♪ ♪ that it's about to be legendary this is what we came for ♪ and we couldn't want it anymore we can never turn back now ♪ ♪ got to leave it all on the floor been dreaming of the payoff though the struggles ♪ ♪ and the trade-offs fighting tooth and nail on the way up tell them the truth ♪ ♪ but they'd think it's just made up i think they ♪ ♪ got it all wrong we just gotta hold on and on and on ♪ ♪ and on 'cause we're gonna be legends gonna get their attention what we're doing here ♪ ♪ ain't just scary it's about to be legendary yea we're gonna be legends
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gonna teach 'em ♪ ♪ all a lesson got this feeling in our souls we carry that it's about ♪ ♪ to be legendary eventually they're gonna know who's right ♪ ♪ to make a stand you've got to win the fight can't stand the heat then just stay out the light ♪ ♪ or you might never make it out alive you gotta live without a compromise ♪ ♪ let everybody hear your battle cry ♪
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'cause we're gonna ♪ ♪ be legends gonna get their attention what we're doing here ♪ ♪ ain't just scary it's about to be legendary yea we're gonna be legends gonna teach 'em all ♪ ♪ a lesson got this feeling in our souls we carry that it's about ♪ ♪ to be legendary oh oh oh ohh legend ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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this is "nightline." >> tonight after the nightmare, new police body cam footage from the las vegas massacre. survivors fighting for life in hospitals. stories of heroism and horror from the heart of the attack. >> you were filming as you were running for your life. >> now inside the killer's room. a camera rigged in the hallway, possibly to detect police. and the shooter's girlfriend, now a person of interest. from weapons of war. we're at a gun store in utah that sold firearms to the shooter. >> a feeling of guilt. >> how an


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