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we appreciate your time. >> for all >> dicky: from hollywood it's "jimmy kimmel live." tonight -- mandy moore. from "ford versus ferrari," josh lucas. and music from hootie & the blowfish. and now, for good measure, jimmy kimmel! ♪ >> jimmy: hi, everybody, i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for coming, thank you for watching, thank you for joining us on a -- i know i say this a lot, but today was a day of high drama in congress. more than usual, even. there was a major plot twist in this ongoing quid pro quo show today. donald trump's ambassador to the eu, a wealthy hotel owner named
gordon sonde land, th gordon sondland. he was the gentleman in the mid of the ukraine negotiation. he initially said he was not involved, he didn't know anything about any quid pro quo. but then two of his colleagues testified that he did, they said he did know trump was withholding military aid in exchange for dirt on the bidens. so sondland did something highly unusual. he revised his testimony. he now says he did know that stuff he said i didn't know last week. he claims his memory was refreshed, and he now recalls telling a top adviser to the president of ukraine that they would not get military aid unless they launched an investigation into the bidens. gee, i wonder what jogged his memory? maybe he started taking those yoe mega supplements or something in they say those are very effective against perjury.
which means our president might not be telling the truth. i know, i'm disappointed in him, too. i really am. and i have more bad news for the president. according to a new washington abc poll, all democratic candidates are polling ahead of him. [cheers and applause] joe biden, 56%. elizabeth warren, bernie sanders, pete buttigieg, kamala harris all lead trump, as do bedbugs, r. kelly, slow wi-fi, the late eddie money, honey boo boo, dr. william cosby. dinner parties where you don't know anyone, matt damon, and mama june all lead trump. trump isn't worried. the last time he came in second it all worked out fine.
to cheer himself up, the president held himself a peppy little rally in kentucky in which he managed to lie about his position on health care and come up with a brand-new slogan all in one sentence. >> we will always protect patients with preexisting conditions. and we will also protect you with pre--istiexisting physiciaw about that? pre-existing physicians. first time i've ever said that. just thought of that. >> jimmy: well, i believe it. it makes almost no sense at all. but that little detour paled in comparison to this. this is really so embarrassing. this man is so insecure, even though he's standing in front of thousands of people wearing his hats and chanting his name, he still can't resist showering himself with loving praise from an angry old lady named lou
dobbs. >> the great lou dobbs. and he said, when trump took over, president trump, he used to say, trump is a great president. then he said trump is the greatest president since ronald reagan. then he said, then he said, no, no. trump is an even better president than ronald reagan. [cheers and applause] and now he's got me down as the greatest president in the history of our country, including george washington and abraham lincoln. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: can you imagine, like anyone else in the world talking like that? stroking themselves so vigorously in front of other people? it's crazy. we have a crazy person running our country, and not only that, he's also still demanding more credit for the military strike on the leader of isis. >> they can take what we did two weeks ago with the number one terrorist in the world. and they make it look as bad as
possible. in fact, i love dogs, but they gave the dog full credit. they didn't give me any, that's okay. the dog got the credit. >> jimmy: well, it took three years, but our president is finally feuding with a dog. [cheers and applause] you know, donald trump doesn't have a dog, but he claims he likes dogs because it would be unpopular not to like dogs, but he doesn't have a whole lot of good things to say about dogs. >> beto quit like a dog. >> it's hot as hell in this room. i'm sweating like a dog. they'd throw you the hell out like a dog. i'm watching marco sweating like a dog, and i see her barking like a dog. because honestly, he cheated like a dog, just like a dog. he choked, like a dog he choked. he choked, he choked like a dog. got thrown out of the navy like a dog. he died like a dog.
she lied like a dog. no, none other than my friend snoop dogg. >> jimmy: that's an entirely different dog. but this was not only a scary day for the president, it was a bigly day for his third favorite son, donald jur. who released hs first book "triggered." everything he tries to do, joe roggin did a year ago. the liberal media, basically, for $18 you get to read his father's twitter account. one of the more interesting personal tidbits in the book is his defense of accusations that his father is a racist. he wrote, oh, by the way, given all the things my father's been sold, it seems odd that his son would be allowed to vacation with a black man or hang out with michael jackson, doesn't
it? yes, it does, that's very odd. nothing says i love my son more than leaving him alone in a room with michael jackson. your father's not racist, he's insane. meanwhile, while all this tumult is tumulting p whe, where in thd is sean spicer? ♪ everybody dance now ♪ >> jimmy: look at that. is that a dance? he's just as good at dancing as he was at handling the press. give me a little more of that, will you? ♪ ♪ jump, jump, ♪ >> jimmy: yeah, and after that dynamic perform arrange se
dynamic performance, sean spicer survived and is still on "dancing with the stars." no one was more surprised by this stay of execution than his dance partner, jenna. >> the first couple who is safe is sean and jenna. >> jimmy: what? another -- that's the same face melania made on election night. the judges have now had enough of this sean spicer. carrie ann and alba openly expressed dismay as to why he was still in this, and they weren't at all subtle when they gave the scores. >> carrie ann. >> it's a seven. >> jimmy: bruno went a little too far, but i guess, sean spicer has become the sanjaya of
"dancing with the stars." people are voting for him just out of spite. his former boss tweeted for him, you know today is a real election day, last night, trump wrote, "vote for sean spicer on "dancing with the stars." he's a great and loyal guy who's working very hard." i hope all these red-hatted people remember how passionate they were about this televised cha-cha contest when one of their sons tells them they want to try out for cabaret. we shared the halloween candy youtube challenge. parents pretend they've eaten their kids' candy, and the kids lose their minds. there's one i particularly enjoyed starring a brother and sister duo. last night we showed part of the
video. this is the full video. i want you to pay special attention to the sister. because the brother is in the foreground, yelling, but the sister's just storming around the house, busting things up. >> while you guys were at school, i ate all your halloween candy. >> why? >> i was really hungry. >> okay, mama. i have a prize for you. >> can we have a trick-or-treat bucket? >> here's your buckets. i ate all your candy. i'm sorry. >> you, you, you have a cavity now. you have a cavity now? >> i ate it all. >> mommy, you have a cavity now? >> no. >> i'm telling on you, really. >> that's not fair! >> julianna. >> not so good are you. tomorrow i'm going to eat your
stuff, for real. and i'm not going to give you any goodies, just papi. that's so rude of you. >> i was really hungry. >> you got to eat some vegetables, not go! now! go! >> where do i go? >> go eat some vegetables. go, now! >> i hate trick or treating! >> what's wrong with you, julianna? >> one! go! now! go! eat vegetables, now! now! that was all your fault! go! >> smash my trick or treating bucket!
>> see, you're making her sad, say sorry. >> i'm sorry. >> good! >> jimmy: well, that's quite a performance. and i really, i love these kids so much, i wanted to know more about their family, so we tracked them down, and joining us now, please say hello to jana, raoul, and their children. hi, guys. >> hello. >> jimmy: how are you feeling today, kids? are you happier? >> yes. >> jimmy: do you know who i am? >> yes, we know, jimmy kimmel. >> jimmy: yes, i'm the guy who told your parents to pretend they ate all your candy. were you really mad yesterday? >> yeah, we told mommy to eat all her vegetables, and i smashed my trick or treating bucket. >> jimmy: i saw. you really smashed that bucket up. and now you don't have a bucket
for next year, do how much candy did you get for trick or treating this year? did you get a lot? >> a hundred thousand. >> i told mommy, i'm going to call the police on you. candy police. >> jimmy: raoul, why did you ti tell your mom to eat her vegetables? >> it's healthy. >> jimmy: oh, it's healthy? >> it's not healthy! no, it's not. >> jimmy: raoul, why did you take your shoe off? >> because i can hit my mom. >> jimmy: but you didn't, you weren't really, you weren't really going to hit your mom with the shoe, were you? you were? what's your favorite candy? >> gum eye wormy
>> jimmy: how about you, julianna, what candy. >> mommy's butt. >> jimmy: mommy's butt. i haven't had that. and dad, is your favorite candy also mommy's butt? [ laughter ] [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: joanna, are you starting to realize thissa b is bad idea? >> i think so, yes. >> i don't care. >> jimmy: hey, raoul, what did you think when you saw the video of yourself yelling at your mom on tv? you know, julianna, you didn't say one word in that video, now you won't stop talking. all right, kids. i'm sorry that you got upset,
but it was very funny. do you think it was funny? >> yes. >> jimmy: raoul says it's not funny. guys, will you do this again next year and see if you can remember it? >> no, no, no. >> jimmy: but next year, really eat their halloween candy, okay? >> okay. >> jimmy: thank you. there's the vai family. >> jimmy: all right. see, you know candy gets the kids crazy. this is why you should eat it all. we have a great show for you tonight. we have music from hootie and the blowfish josh lucas is here. and we'll be right back with mandy moore. >> dicky: abc's jimmy kimmel live, brought to you by progressive. mm, uh, what do you? -not this. ♪ -oh, what am i into? mostly progressive's name your price tool.
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♪ >> jimmy: hi, welcome back to the show. tonight, from the new movie "ford versus ferrari," josh lucas is here. then, their album is called "imperfect circle." "hootie and the blowfish" from the mercedes-benz outdoor stage. tomorrow night, we will be joined by the always-interesting shia lebeouf. lil rel howery will be here. and we'll hear music from grace potter. and on thursday the cast of "frozen 2," that's kristen bell, idina menzel, josh gad, and jonathan groff, with music from the teskey brothers. so please join us for all of that. our first guest tonight is a emmy-nominated actress and popular singer who's worked with everyone from eddie murphy to joey fatone. next, she finds herself in the middle of world war ii in the new roland emmerich movie "midway." it opens in theaters friday. please welcome mandy moore. [cheers and
♪ >> jimmy: very good to see you. >> great to see you, too. hi. >> jimmy: so mandy, the last time you were here, you were talking about climbing mt. everest. >> yes. >> jimmy: and i advised against that. >> you did. i'm happier to report an i did not climb mt. everest. that is like a two-month excursion, but i did trek into everest base camp. i did about a quarter of the trip. >> jimmy: it's a quarter of the way up? >> 177,600 feet. >> jimmy: that's pretty high. >> pretty high, but everest is the tallest peak in the word, 29,000-some feet. >> jimmy: so you wint a quarter of the way up and then down. >> i did. >> jimmy: did you fieel triumphant? >> that was our goal, just to do the base camp trek. >> jimmy: i like that, a nice,
reasonable goal. >> it takes a week. you stay at these teahouses along the way. i climbed mt. kilimanjaro, and you tend to stay in tents along the way up to the summit. but for environmental reasons you stay at these teahouses which are essentially like people's homes and quasi bed and breakfasts. it's very charming. >> jimmy: they serve you meals and have beds and stuff like that? >> it's kind of rustic. you sleep on your sleeping bag, they have yak milk tea, which i became obsessed with and wanted to open a yak farm when i came back home. i'm obsessed with yak milk. >> jimmy: are you sure you weren't just starving or malnourished? >> probably, yes. >> jimmy: it's good, huh? >> it's delicious. >> jimmy: why is it better than cow's milk? >> cow's milk hurts my stomach,
but yak milk was fine. >> jimmy: maybe you have a yak in the yard. >> a yak in the back yard. >> jimmy: this is when you got to base camp. >> absolutely. >> jimmy: are you full yak milk in this? >> belly full of yak milk. >> jimmy: your husband didn't come on this trip. >> he didn't come. >> jimmy: does he want to do it again? >> i think he would. he's so lovely to indulge me in these hiking trips, he had no idea what he was marrying into. >> jimmy: he stayed home for this one. >> he did. >> jimmy: if you do go back with him, the whole way up, you'd be we saw this last time. that's why you never go anywhere with someone when it's their second time. can you go their fifth time, but the second time is no good at all. how long has it been since you recorded an album? >> it's been ten years since i've released music. >> jimmy: and now are you currently recording or have you finished recording?
>> i am nearly done with a record, and i released two singles already. >> jimmy: two singles already? >> yes. >> jimmy: used to be you finished the record and then released the singles. >> i know. >> jimmy: how many singles will be on the record? >> there will be probably ten songs on the record. >> jimmy: these were the things back ten years ago. >> ten years ago you had a compact disc. i don't even have one in my car anymore. the music landscape has changed exponentially sense i la exponentially since i last released music and when i started. >> jimmy: are your husband is a part of the band dawes. >> he's playing on the album. we're going to go on tour together. it's pretty cute. >> jimmy: is that the excuse he used for not going on the trip? >> i'm working on your record, mandy. >> jimmy: i have a photograph, and you posted this on instagram
recently. this is from when? >> 1998. it was my high school, freshman homecoming dance. i don't know who told the hairstylist who did my hair it was a good idea to curl those little bits into my mouth. >> jimmy: it's like a bighorned sheep that became depressed or something. was that like a style at the time? >> i believe it was. and you can even see the little hairs here are crisscrossed, too. like it was happenin' for '98. >> jimmy: is that problematic when you're eating or whatever? it seems like that might be. >> i think it want i think i tucked them behind my ears at some point in the evening. >> jimmy: how long after this did you start making music professionally? >> six months after that. >> jimmy: six months after that. you were just a baby. >> just a little baby, yeah, i know. i've been doing this for 20 years now. i feel like an old woman.
[ applause ] >> jimmy: must be the yak milk that's really brought you back to life. >> it's fortified me, yes. >> jimmy: you toured with backstreet boys. >> and 'n sync. >> jimmy: and 'n sync. >> i went from watching those guys on trl to like six months later opening up for them. it was completely bizarre. >> jimmy: did you love them? >> i loved them. >> jimmy: which of the bands did y you really love. >> backstreet boys. i oscillated between nick carter and a.j. when i wanted the bad boy rocker, a.j. was my dude. but when i wanted the sensitive, floppy-haired cute one, it was nick. >> jimmy: and in a way, they've reversed roles now, haven't they? >> they kind of have, yeah. >> jimmy: that's pretty crazy. we're going to take a break, and when we come back we'll see a clip from your new movie, it's called "midway."
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>> jimmy: how old are you in "this is us" right now? >> last season i played 16-85 and everything in between. i'm not even joking, i wish i was. this year we focussed a lot more on present day. i played a 70-year-old. it's less time in the makeup chair, but it means i get to work with my adult children, with sterling and jessie. >> jimmy: you are friendly with mayor pete buttigieg. >> i am. >> jimmy: how did that happen? how did you become friendly with him? and how long has this been going on? >> i am a massive fan and supporter of pete buttigieg. he's my boy. i went to a campaign event before he actually announced, when he was and i happened to meet his
husband. >> jimmy: his what? >> and we split into each other's dms and became good friends, and anytime he comes to los angeles we try to make time for each other. he's wonderful. i've ubered him around, i'm his chaperone when he's in town, great. >> jimmy: to your point of entry was through chastin. i was like, how does it go, h e here's my phone number. >> not with a candidate. but the spouse absolutely has more time. although their lives have changed exponentially. >> jimmy: are you super interested in the election? >> yes, it's top of mind. i think it's essential. we all have an incredible responsibility coming up in the next year. so it's, yeah. it's something i think about all the time. >> jimmy: is it one of those things because sometimes when i sit down to dinner i try to, i just wonder how many minutes will elapse before someone says the word trump.
>> yeah. tricky these days, right? >> jimmy: and it's nice when it doesn't happen for a while. >> it is. >> jimmy: but that never doesn't happen. it always seems to happen. >> indeed. >> jimmy: mayor pete's your guy? >> mayor pete's my guy. >> jimmy: do you really think he has a reasonable, any chance of winning? >> i do. >> jimmy: you do? >> yes! if you look at the iowa polls, things keep swinging in the right direction. i'm so impressed with him. i think he's overwhelmingly qualified. i think he's brilliant, and i love his message of unity. i think it's something that we don't have enough of in the world right now. [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: is there any chance that should mayor pete go on to win, is there any chance you will get an ambassadorship or something like that or be put in charge of something? >> i'm pretty happy with my day job. >> jimmy: you're okay with that? >> i'm okay, as long as i can get invited to the inauguration.
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♪ >> jimmy: welcome back to the show. hootie and the blowfish are still on the way. almost 20 years ago, our next guest starred alongside christian bale in the cult classic "american psycho." now he dips his big toe back in the bale bathwater with a little floater named matt damon in "ford versus ferrari." it opens in theaters a week from friday. please welcome josh lucas.
[cheers and ♪ >> jimmy: how's it goin'? >> i'm currently living in indonesia, and i brought you a little something from indonesia. this is a hindu god, it's also a walking stick. matt damon told me you'd need one of these soon. >> jimmy: oh, he did, thank you, i'll take it. that is very -- >> put it on your wall or whatever. >> jimmy: that's pretty great. you carried this all the way from indonesia? specifically for me? >> i did. >> jimmy: you're not giving them out to random talk show hosts everywhere? >> it's a beautiful artist and a beautiful street in indonesia. >> jimmy: why do you live in indonesia? >> i live in indonesia because we came across this school called green school balani.
and they have a tag line, to create next generation of environmental leaders, and i have this very special 7-year-old child, and all of us are trying to figure out how to have an impact in the world, and the best thing i could do was to give my son this experience. looking back at this madness. >> jimmy: my parents would never do anything like this. this isn't one of those things where you couldn't get in any of the schools in l.a. and you have to go through this crazy thing, and you're like, you know what? we're going to indonesia? >> we have to go to southeast asia to find a school for my son. >> jimmy: is your school enjoying the school? >> he loves it, it's deeply in the jungle. they make their own buildings out of bamboo. >> jimmy: your son's going to school in the jungle like tarzan? wow. and do you live in the jungle? >> we do. >> jimmy: wow. >> we moved into this house that we rented online, which is probably the first problem. the first night we got there we
started to look around. there was something a little creepy about the house. this is a true story. we real eye that there wize thaa decent-sized spider that are. th the animals that were there were like there's people in the house for the first time. the next day it got a little worse, next day got a little worse. and four days after we'd been in bali, we walked in, and i see this spider that was literally the size of my hand. and on the bottom of the spider was a white sack. and i was like, what is that? it's not making sense. this is a guy who helps us out. i went out before he left for the night, and i said hey, will you come look at this spider? my whole thing was i didn't want to kill these spiders. i just wanted to remove them. can you help me remove this big spider, but he says no, not poisonous, not poisonous. and he slaps it, and when he
slaps it, it, the white sack exploded, and there were babies, thousands of babies. >> jimmy: oh, boy. >> scatter ted all over the hou, truly in every single direction. next thing i know i hear screaming from the other room where my son and his mother were, they'd wrapped themselves inside of a mosquito net. she's like, there's spiders all over the bathroom. i walked into the bathroom, i'm like, at this point, we're ain ba bali, in is the way it is, what do you expect? i walked into the bathroom, and i looked, and i realized the floor was moving. and i swear this is completely true. it's like out of planet earth, there were scorpions. spider spiders, ants. there was a feeding frenzy, and because of it, it had brought the big spiders and big scorpions out from the different
crevices of this place, i literally ran into the kitchen, started boiling water, poured bleach in the boiling water, and we threw it around and evacuated. >> jimmy: and i assume you went to airport and never went back there? >> quite the even the balinese were like, this is totally unusual. >> jimmy: holy moly. were there animals around this place? wherever this godforsaken place you're living is? >> one of the parents at the school, and i love the school, it's a special place. >> jimmy: it sounds great. >> but monkeys are part of your life, you know? >> jimmy: okay. now we're talkin'. let's go. >> so one of the parents comes home. >> jimmy: sack full of monkeys? >> no, a mother with three
daughters. ages 5, 7 and 9. and there inside the living room are literally a family of about 20 monkeys, including an alpha monkey, who is like, this is my house. i live here. so she literally throws the girls inside the bathroom, locks the door and starts screaming, and the monkey comes at her. the girls are locked in the bathroom, she goes out, calls her husband, they bring people and they now have more and more people come to the house. the alpha monkey and the group of the family is not going to leave. so they end up going to get a gun, not to shoot the monday key but into the air. even at the end, it was an eight-hour standoff. >> jimmy: with the monkeys? >> this is a beautiful villa. >> jimmy: what were they doing? just watching tv and hangin' out? >> they were there monkeys penetrating homes is not
normal. >> jimmy: they till you this is i have unusual. >> snakes are common. >> jimmy: you need to come-home-immediately! >> we bring great gifts. >> jimmy: this is fantastic, but i could probably get it on amazon. you don't have to go to "the" amazon. what is it like being in the jungle and then going to the premiere last night in hollywood, culture shock? >> i don't see advertising. we barely have wi-fi. >> jimmy: ah! that's worse than speed >> that's the best thing ever. i don't see advertising. it's interesting to come home and sigh the billboards, what's hot. they took hollywood boulevard and shut it down. it was an amazing moment to go
from this world that i live in, which is strange and beautiful and filled with animals and tourists and insects and all of it, it's so truly of another world to come back to hollywood. >> jimmy: where there's animals and insects roaming around here, but our insects are spiderman. >> they're dressed like insects. >> jimmy: this movie, "ford versus ferrari" is based on a true story, and you play an executive who was pa rea real g. >> leo bibi is a real christian bale plays one of the greatest race car drivers of all time, shelby, who is building this race car for ford, and i am in charge of the program and very much have a problem with the two of them, so i think you would relate. i think you'll enjoy my
character. many think my character would be a problem. >> jimmy: i'm worried about you and your family living in bali there with all the spiders, and i would be in a net all the time. whatever that bug net your family got into, wear that everywhere. but it's great to see you. thank you for my walking stick as well. josh lucas, everybody. "ford versus ferrari" opens in theaters a week from friday. and we'll return with music from hootie and the blowfish. ♪ >> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by the 2020 g-class. mercedes benz. the best or nothing.
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>> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. >> jimmy: i'd like to thank mandy moore and josh lucas. apologies to matt damon. "nightline" is next. but first, this is their album "imperfect circle" here with the song "hold on," hootie and the blowfish!
♪ ♪ ♪ only heartbreak on the 6 o'clock news they ought to call it the 6 o'clock blues♪ ♪ seems like this whole world is going wrong there ain't no kind of love song♪ ♪ we gotta hold on we gotta hold on there ain't nothing♪ ♪ that a little love can't get us through we gotta hold on when it feels like♪ ♪ hope is gone there is a remedy for you and me we gotta hold on♪ ♪ to each other, yeah
that's just the way it is don't you know♪ it can do any harm to keep reaching out with open arms, yeah♪ ♪ we gotta hold on we gotta hold on there ain't nothing that a little love♪ ♪ can't get us through we gotta hold on when it feels like hope is gone♪ ♪ there is a remedy for you and me we gotta hold on to each other, yeah♪ ♪ oh to each other now, now everybody understands
hold on everybody needs♪ ♪ a helping hand oh, everybody yeah, everybody they understand now ♪ ♪ hold on everybody needs everybody needs a helping hand, y'all♪ ♪ we gotta hold on we gotta hold on there ain't nothing that a little love♪ ♪ can't get us through we gotta hold on when it feels like hope is gone♪ ♪ there is a remedy for you and me we gotta hold on to each other♪ ♪ hold on, yeah hold on ♪ hold on, yeah hold on oh, to each other, yeah hold on, hold on♪ [cheers and applause]
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