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right now, jimmy kimmel. have a good night. >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- jeremy renner and olivia rodrigo. and now, jimmy kimmel! >> jimmy: thank you. thank you. thank you very much. hi, everyone. very nice. welcome. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thanks for watching. i knew i could count on you. thank you. i appreciate it. i'm glad you're excited. we have a good show for you tonight. with jeremy renner and olivia rodrigo are here with us. [ cheering ] following game one of the world series, between the atlanta
braves and the houston astros. who are you rooting for, guillermo? >> guillermo: none of them, jimmy. the dodgers. >> jimmy: the dodgers aren't in it any more. you don't have any preference either way. >> guillermo: i don't like none of them. houston are cheaters and the braves eliminated the dodgers. none of them. >> jimmy: maybe this will help you decide. >> was looking at the mascots for the teams. on the left, you have the astros mascot "orbit," and on right, it's "blooper" for the atlanta braves' inexplicable mascot. by the way, they do make pants for the moss scots. these two perverts just chose not to wear them. speaking of genitals in orbit, captain space penis jeff bezos is launching a new intergalactic mission. his company, blue origin, unveiled plans for their latest space project. it's called "orbital reef." >> orbital reef is a
full-fledged commercial space station. >> think of it as a village. think of it as many different organizations and people in their own parts of orbital reef doing their own activities. >> where all types of companies can come together and do research and/or production, and also provide opportunities for tourists to come and just experience what space is like. >> wait a minute. is jeff bezos growing weed in space? i guess that explains why he calls it orbital reef. their hope is that orbital reef wll be some sort of destination for space tourists, like a hollywood boulevard in space. except for there people will have to urinate on the sidewalk in zero gravity. it will be fun to watch. the cost for orbital reef is expected to be in the tens of billions of dollars, which listen, i get it. space is cool and jeff bezos is rich, and without space travel we wouldn't have tang or that terrible dehydrated ice cream. but when they talk about spending tens of billions of dollars, you have to wonder which part of "the earth is on
fire" isn't jeff bezos isn't understanding. is the plan to sit up there on your space station watching it burn? "oh, look! there goes australia! hand me another lab-generated meatball, will you?" how about instead of spending tens of billions of dollars on a space station, spend zero dollars on a space station, and all the dollars on planet earth. you still have crap to sell. we aren't going to be able to get prime delivery in space! you understand that, right? first, he was making rocket ships, now he's building space stations. this is how the emperor got started on the death star. and while jeff bezos is figuring out ways to flee this planet, and an increasing number of us are starting to think about saving it, according to a new poll from the associated press, a majority of americans say they are concerned about climate change. 59% say the warming of the earth is either "very" or "extremely" important to them. that's up 10% from 2018. is it bad that i'm proud of us that we're starting to agree
that we don't want to be boiled alive? of course, this poll was taken before fox news rolled out their new weather channel. fox news unveiled a fox weather, their new streaming weather service yesterday. it's mostly just kellyanne conway looking at the camera and screaming "no, you're gloomy outside today." a lot of people have been asking how a fox weather channel is going to cover climate change. because they don't acknowledge -- maybe they'll just blame the tornadoes on antifa. i don't know. do we even need another weather channel? which have them. in fact, one of them is called "the weather channel!" we have that. we don't need more weather. the day we got iphones was the day all the weather services should have gone away. now you click the word "weather" on the phone, you look at it were to two seconds, that's it. a new weather service is like a new channel to tell you what time it is. we don't need one. just look at your phone for two more seconds than the five hours a day you're already looking at your phone.
meanwhile, in washington, d.c. congressdemon marjorie taylor greene raked up her third fine for not wearing a mask. they have a mask mandate in congress. you're supposed to wear one at all times on the house floor, but she decided to make a marjorie taylor scene and go without one. even though she's got a ton of masks. and all of them have obnoxious sayings on them. it's like if qanon made fortune cookies, but they're masks. it's amazing that this woman has three names and none of them are "karen." she's the kind of person you'd want to cover her mouth even if there wasn't a pandemic. she said "i'm taking a stand on the house floor because i don't want the people the stand alone." they're not standing alone. they just don't want to stand next to you. meanwhile, facebook is not getting a lot of likes lately. i mentioned last night a trove of internal confidential documents were releaked to the press. the gist of them is that facebook knew its technology was amplifying hate speech and lies. an internal memo written in
2019 says "we also have compelling evidence that our core product mechanics, such as vitality, recommendations, and optimizing for engagement are a significant part of why these types of speech flourish on the platform." their core product mechanics. that means hate and lies are baked directly into facebook, like the cheese in a stuffed crust pizza. from pizza hut. another interesting detail is that facebook engineers they will prioritize the posts that get a lot of emoji reactions, including the anger emoji by 5-1 over just the regular like. the hate and the lies on facebook are like the nicotine in cigarettes. it's not what you come for, but it's why you stick around. i'll tell you something. i miss when facebook just was a safe place to lose your house in a pyramid scheme. facebook isn't the only go-to spot for these misinformation super spreaders. a lot of pandummies have been popping up at public hearings and school board meetings to
complain about mask wearing and share their conspiracy theories. and so we collected some of the most notable american citizens and their thoughts, and i am pleased to present "clown hall." ♪ >> if god wanted us to cover our mouth and nose, he would have [ bleep ] made us that way. >> we are designed to breathe oxygen, not our own body waste. >> maybe the reason why we have people in the hospitals is all this mask wearing. do we ever think of that? did we ever think of that? >> these are demonic entities, and all the school boards of all the united states of america. >> i know you guys think that's a conspiracy theory, but it's not. it's a conspiracy fact. >> you with that diaper your honor face, if he farted right now, could you smell it? >> ridiculous. >> i got this in peru. it's a beautiful outfit. i'm wearing this because the only way i could go school today because because i had to act like i had on a fricking burqa.
>> god forbid it my son get it and die. that would be hard. that would be so die. but that was my choice. >>. t. >> e.t. came down. they quarantined the whole house. they had hazmats on. what do you have, short-term memory loss? because i think you do. >> take one of these spoons and put it on your vaccination spot. guess what? it's going to stick to you. >> it sticks to my neck too. >> guess what else? you take a black light flashlight and shine it on your vain, and you're now going to glow in the black light, because guess what? you're no longer children. >> your children and your children's children will be suffocated! >> if we all stay divided, who wins? hitler wins, okay? >> jimmy: so that was his plan! hitler. it's diabolical! turns out his plan was to be dead for 75 years and then win. leaders are important, it turns out. and so from time to time, to remind us of the "only the best people" we had running things,
we take a trip down memory lane to look back at what was in the news one year ago. and we're doing it again right now in a late october edition of "this week in covid history." >> this week in covid history. as we end october 2020, the election has been decided. >> the election is coming up. i believe the lord told me the president is going to be reelected. >> that wasn't the lord, pat. that was your nightmares. i hope she changes your diapies. and now it's time to play the blame game. >> you take no responsibility. >> excuse me, i take full responsibility. it's not my fault that it came here. it's china's fault. >> that's right. the buck stop there's. >> turn on television and covid, covid. covid, covid, covid, covid. >> covid, covid, covid. covid. >> covid, covid, covid, covid. >> because they want to scare people. and we're rounding the turn. >> yes, we are.
and with daddy on the road, who's watching the kids? >> the reality is this. the number is almost nothing because we've gotten control of this thing. you look at that. look at my instagram. it's gone to almost nothing. >> you mean this instagram? >> hey, guy, don jr. here. apparently i got the rona. >> i guess he finally got that hug from dad. and what a tweetle dumber. >> it's going to be a winter of light. it's going to be a winter of happiness. we're going to go back to t-ball with our kids. >> america's game, winter t-ball. all the trump spawn are in gay spirits. >> yes, i wish i had some hats. >> or her father's phone number. now back to the lunatic already in progress. >> joe biden is a criminal. >> joe biden will delay the vaccine. >> if you vote for biden, it means no christmas. >> no christmas? jesus will be pissed. now it's time for open mike. >> to borrow a phrase, come on,
man. >> the crowd loves it. they'll surely never turn on him. this has been this week in covid history. [ applause ] >> jimmy: we have to take a break, but when we come back, i am going to save your life with our first-ever covid safe halloween costume pageant. so stick around. we'll be right back. ♪ abc's "jimmy kimmel live!" brought to you by geico.
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>> jimmy: he is going to be a ghostbuster. which one? >> guillermo: the whole family, we're going to be a ghostbuter. >> jimmy: oh, you're going to be a ghostbuster. > guillermo: yeah. >> jimmy: your wife is going to be a ghost buster? >> guillermo: the whole family, yes. >> jimmy: oh, bill murray is on the show tomorrow night. >> guillermo: should i tell him that, yes. >> jimmy: i'm sure he'll be pretty excited about that. so google released their annual list of the most popular costumes. in america, you know what the number one costume was in america? it's witch is the top costume, especially for moms. the top costume for moms is a witch's hat with whatever she wore to work that day and a red solo cup filled with rose. the number two most popular costume is rabbit, which not only does that not make sense, you can't dress up as characters from other holidays on halloween. rabbits are an easter thing. no rabbits, no leprechauns, no turkeys, no santas.
this is laid out very clearly in the bible. open it up and take a look. dinosaur, spider-man, and cruella de vil rounded out the top five. and this was interesting, coming in at number 42, velma from scooby-doo, who, turns out, has a last name. it's dinkley. velma dinkley. who knew that? what's next? does waldo have a last name? where's waldo johnson? i guess this is what they mean when they say you never stop learning. some parents are a little bit nervous about sending their kids door to door with the virus still out there. so we took it upon ourselves to help. with some costumes that take every precaution, it's time for our first, and hopefully last ever covid-safe costume pageant. ♪ now there are children waiting outside fully-costumed, safe from germs, also keeping with the halloween spirit.
our first covid-safe costume is one of many classics starring michael . fox. this little fella can slam dunk a basketball and howl at the moon without risking exposure to harmful pathogens. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome quaranteen wolf! hello, quaranteen wolf. >> hi. >> jimmy: how you doing? >> good. >> jimmy: would you like to howl for us? [ howling ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: you know what the movie "teen wolf" is? >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah? you've seen it? you're starting to steam up in that thing, aren't you. yeah. okay. do you feel safe and covid-free? >> yeah. >> jimmy: all right. then i have a little something for you. oh, you're going to love. this it's a ball of yarn. enjoy that, and happy halloween, quaranteen wolf. >> thank you. >> jimmy: all right. next up, let's say your kid w wants to trick-or-treat with a friend, but you don't know the friend and you don't completely trust the friend's parents
because the dad quotes joe rogan a lot. well now you can keep them together, and split them up, exactly six feet apart with this socially distanced horse costume. >> trick or treat! >> jimmy: you see, what we have here is we have a child on one side and a child safely on the other side. don't ask how it poops, by the way. hi, kids. how are you doing? >> good. >> trick-or-treat! >> jimmy: trick-or-treat! oh, yes, trick-or-treat. would you like a little something? >> yes, please. >> jimmy: all right. for you i've got a cup of ramen noodles. >> horses don't eat that. >> jimmy: you don't eat that? all right. in this case, for you i've got a cup of ramen noodles. and for you something delicious, band-aids. there you go. all right. thanks for coming, kids. and happy halloween. oh, wait, no. you're going to have to pick a direction. maybe that way is the way to go. all right. thanks, kids.
[ laughter ] that seems safe, right? our next corona-free costume pays tribute to an american hero and a garbage-loving muppet. it's oscar the fauch! now -- >> trick-or-treat! >> jimmy: dr. fauci in a trash can. why, what a very cute thing you have here. is there any message you would like to share with the kids? >> get vaccinated, you white trash. >> jimmy: i feel like i should give this kid cigarettes. by the way, same size as dr. fauci, exactly. well, candy is bad for you anyway, and as a doctor you should know that. so i am going to give you this spoon. there you go, oscar the fauch. all right. well, thank you very much. happy halloween. >> happy halloween. >> jimmy: happy halloween to you too. next up, from the mind of
steven spielberg, an out-of-this world look for the littlest germophobe in your life. why it's p.p.-e.t.! >> trick or treat! >> jimmy: hello, p.p.-e.t. happy halloween. >> happy halloween is your finger lighting up? >> yeah. >> jimmy: oh, i feel healed already. did you ever see the movie e.t.? >> no i hope i watch it tonight. >> jimmy: you watch it tonight. there is an air freshener for your car. all right. thank you and happy halloween. and finally, this kid has a bag full of candy and a trunk full of disinfectant. can you guess who this is? well, that's right. it's the purelephant! >> trick-or-treat! >> hello, purelephant. >> hello! >> here is the fun thing.
this is not just a fun costume, it's a practical costume, correct? >> correct. >> jimmy: mind if i pump your head? >> don't mind at all. >> jimmy: all right. here we go, purelephant. wow. an elephant never forgets to wash its hands. all right. thank you very much. i've got a carpet sample for you. there you go. happy holidays. >> thank you so much. >> jimmy: be careful. don't slip in your own goo. there you have it. our covid-safe costume pageant. hopefully we will never do this again. have fun out there, kids. stay safe, and remember, eat all the candy you want. you're going lose those teeth any way. we'll be right back with jeremy renner! ♪
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♪ >> jimmy: hi there. welcome back. tonight to chat and share a song from this album called sour, olivia rodrigo is here with us. tomorrow night dan levee will join us from music from rufus desoul and special appearance from bill murray, who was in "ghostbusters." thursday night regina king, lenny clark and the kid laroi. a two-time oscar nominee and multitime "avengers" who puts the bow and arrows down for the
new show "mayor of kingstown". >> i'm moving. >> hang on. i got it. >> three seconds. >> i don't see him. >> he'll be there. >> [ bleep ], i didn't see him. i don't see him. >> "mayor of kingstown" premiers may 4 on paramount. please say hello to jeremy renner. how you doing? i'm glad you're okay. that looked like a very bad accident you had. >> i had to give my driver's license it looks like.
>> jimmy: hey, i do want to mention something. i had trouble keeping it straight all day. mayor of kingstown sounds a lot like mayor of easttown. >> i know. it happened. >> jimmy: did you know going into this that you had almost the same title? >> i didn't choose the name. what do i care? you don't care? >> i'm in. >> jimmy: did anybody say maybe we should care the mayor of kingstown? >> by the way, the dp that shot the mayor of easttown is the same dp that shot the mayor of kingstown. he should have said something. >> jimmy: maybe that person is confused. >> this face doesn't give one flying f about it. it's not my problem. it's not my problem. >> jimmy: i feel like it's my problem now. >> exactly. >> jimmy: how you doing? everything all right? >> yeah, i'm doing great, man. >> jimmy: you ready for halloween? >> i'm always ready. always ready. yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: little kids show up dressed as hawkeye at your house? >> i couldn't know. if somebody showed up to my house, it's probably a thief or
something because i live so far away from people. >> jimmy: are you up in nevada or something? >> yeah, kind of up in the middle of nowhere. >> jimmy: it's strange that you wound up there. i grew up in nevada. i grew up in las vegas. >> well, it's a different part, just like in the mountains. >> jimmy: it's a very different part. it's a part that only you and some animals go. >> pretty much, yeah. yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: but you like that, i would assume? >> yeah, i love it. i love the mountains and nature. i skied a lot as a kid. so it's back up there to my roots. >> jimmy: are you a hunter, fisherman? >> no, i don't do that stuff. >> jimmy: you hang out? >> i'm not going to hurt anything unless it hurts me. >> jimmy: you got to be careful. some of those trout will get you. oh, i do want to ask you about this. is kingstown a real place? >> no, there is real places like it, but it's a fictitious town. but it's based on the realities that there are towns built around prisons. >> jimmy: prison towns. >> yeah. >> jimmy: some up there in nevada in those parts. there are some, yeah.
some as well, yeah. >> jimmy: so you play -- you're not really the mayor of the town. your character -- >> not an elected mayor. >> jimmy: the de facto mayor. >> not worried about the streets or the school systems. >> jimmy: right. >> this is a guy that sort of greases the wheels of the inner workings of the prison itself, people who work for the prison, people in the prison, people waiting for people to get out of prison. he is sort of the grease for all the inner works of that. >> jimmy: do you find prison to be very interesting? because it is something that we feel like i think -- we feel like we know a lot about because we see it a lot on television shows and in movies, but i don't think we do know a lot about it. >> no. >> jimmy: maybe you know a lot about it. >> i would say. no but the show's based in and out of the prison. my character never goes into the prisons really. >> jimmy: just the family. >> he does the outreach, is an advocate for inmates, a voice to the inmates. >> jimmy: did you learn stuff about that life? >> yeah. weird stuff. when you send a letter in
prison, it's a code for like this is how i'm going get you tar or drugs. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah, yeah. just give me a letter and i'll give you this. >> jimmy: so there are now actual letters going? >> i'm sure there are. but it probably comes with drugs in it. >> jimmy: interesting. >> it's not for the kids. don't let your kids watch this. >> jimmy: i do sometimes. on occasion i will get letters from prisoners, and i'm wondering now if i should be sending drugs back. >> that's what they're asking f. >> jimmy: is that how it goes? >> it's a currency. >> jimmy: i assume you completed the "hawkeye" tv show coming out around thanksgiving. >> yes, yes, yes. [ cheering ] >> jimmy: i know it's very secretive. >> yes, yes, yes. >> jimmy: can you tell us when in time it takes place? >> yes. it's current. >> jimmy: okay. >> it's current.
i can tell you it takes place pretty much as it's released. it's kind of like a holiday sort of event, if you will. it takes place in new york over the span of the time that it's actually being released. not that it's in realtime or anything. but it takes place over a week in new york over christmas. >> jimmy: it seems based on n my observations of the trailer that there were some parallels, or ot parallels, but direct , or references to the comic. >> yes, yes, yes. >> jimmy: the dog, lucky the one-eyed pizza dog. >> yep. >> jimmy: is in this? >> yes. >> jimmy: you can say that? >> of course he is. >> jimmy: is hawkeye wearing -- because hawkeye in the comics went deaf. >> hard of hearing, which was implemented, which is great. we used the comics a lot as a basis for the look and format of the show. >> jimmy: it is true the whole thing is a musical? >> no. >> jimmy: no. okay. >> no. >> jimmy: all right. i figured i'd throw that out and see what i got back. you -- do you ever put on the
costume for like a party or anything? do you have the costume? >> no, no. that's the thing. i never -- over the decade or so of doing the "avengers" and all that sort of stuff, i never took anything because they asked us not to. and my mom taught me well. so i never took anything, right? all the other "avengers"s took stuff. the dirt bags. thor's got his hammer. >> jimmy: chris hemsworth has the hammer the bathroom of his house. and not just one hammer, a whole bunch of hammers. >> what a dirtbag! >> jimmy: if you were to open the tool box in his garage, there is a whole bunch in there. >> so i finally asked after doing the tv series, i'm like, because i god asked to be the valet guy at my daughter's school gentleman what does that mean, the valet guy? >> they need help when you drop off your kid at school that. >> need an adult, hey, what classroom are you going in, you walk them to the classroom. i say fine, if i'm going to do it, i'm going to do it dressed
as hawkeye, you know. >> jimmy: yeah. >> just to bplus it up. >> jimmy: i would feel safe. >> ma'am, where are you going? >> jimmy: escort her as hawkeye. >> i figured i'd do it. so that's why have i the costume. i don't know if they're going to ask for it back. i probably won't give it back at this point. but i got it finally. >> jimmy: oh, this hasn't happened yet. >> it hasn't happened yet. >> jimmy: does your daughter know this is happening? >> she barely knows i'm hawkeye. she knows daddy in my pajamas. >> jimmy: how old is she? >> 8. >> jimmy: i think she might be right at that age where dad starts to become embarrassing. >> when i pick her up at school, al the kids come, you know, one saying hi and diagnose all that thing. kids i don't know. i don't know if that makes her feel good or bad. and this is the face of i don't give a flying f about it. >> jimmy: right. you don't even care about the
title of your show. i'm making those kids day. making those kids days. >> jimmy: i guess when dadzie a superhero, he is always welcome. one against, the title of the show, which jeremy does not care all about, is almost identical to another show. good thing it's a good show, the other show. it's called "mayor of kingstown." it's not "mayor of easttown." it premieres november 14th. jeremy renner, everybody. we'll be right back with olivia rodrigo.
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>> jimmy: welcome back to the show. over the past year, our next guest became a platinum-selling recording artist and made friends with dr. fauci. her hugely successful debut album "sour" is out now. please welcome olivia rodrigo. [ cheering and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: very nice to meet you. >> hi. good to meet you too. >> jimmy: i imagine you get screaming a lot when people see you? >> it's so nice to see everyone. >> jimmy: does anyone call you o-rod? >> you know what? i feel like that's a little bit of a missed opportunity.
there is only one person who does it. it's like my ear tech whenever i perform, he writes o-rod on my mike. maybe you should start a trend. >> jimmy: i have a feeling it will have a life of its own. >> yeah. >> jimmy: boy, you have had some year. i mention you met dr. fauci. you went to the white house. they called and invited you to the white house? >> yeah, which is so crazy. so crazy. >> jimmy: and did they know that you wanted to encourage people to young people specifically to get vaccinated? is that why they reached out? >> yeah, definitely. it was such an honor to go, especially to support such an important cause that i feel passionately about. that was amazing. everyone was just so kind. got to meet biden and fauci. the white house is just the coolest place. i was so nervous to go. but i like walked in there, and there is like all these plates like george washington used to eat his dinner on. and all of this crazy stuff. i'm scared to sneeze and break a priceless artifact. it's crazy. but walked out.
didn't break anything. thank god. >> jimmy: i think a lot of people your age are still in high school learning about george washington's dinner plates. and you were there actually experiencing them. i think we have a photograph. [ cheering ] with the ray bans, do you bring those, or does he hand them out? >> he gave them to me, actually. he gave me a few gifts. he gave me those. he gave me some m&ms, and he also gave me a shoehorn, which is strange. >> did he really give you a shoehorn? >> really. it had the presidential emblem on it. i'm serious. it's in my house. >> jimmy: well, if you ever thought joe biden was too old to be president. now we know he is. he is giving out shoehorns. he is giving out shoehorns! >> jimmy: amongst some other stuff. >> >> jimmy: did you pretend to be interested in the shoehorn? >> i didn't see it when he gave it to me. it was in a bag. and i was wow, that's so cool. >> jimmy: i was listening to
your album on spotify today. a couple of the songs are over a billion -- [ cheering ] >> jimmy: i had to add it up, because i'd not seen that many digits before. obviously that's got to be overwhelming that people have listened to your song just on spotify alone over a billion times. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's a lot. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i think my wife has accounted for about half of those. >> that's sweet. >> jimmy: are you a happy person in general? >> yeah. i'm very happy. >> jimmy: because you seem upset. >> i bet you can be a happy person and still be upset sometimes. i think songwriting is a great medium to express emotions like that that aren't really fun to talk about. kind of this nice therapeutic way to talk about feelings that are uncomfortable. so that's probably where that came from. >> jimmy: how did you figure that out at such a young age that you can write that stuff down and make something beautiful out of it? when i was your age -- well, i didn't have a breakup because i
didn't have a girlfriend. but in the outlandish scenario that i did have one, and there was a breakup, i don't think -- i certainly wouldn't have written a song. maybe i'd crank call her house ever day for a week. tat would have been my reaction to it. >> completely valid. no, i've always been doing it. i've been writing songs since i could talk. my mom has home videos of me making up gibberish songs about going to the grocery store and stuff when i was so young. when i was 9 years old, i learned how to play the piano and started writing more proper songs. >> jimmy: what was the first song? do you remember the first one you wrote that you really thought of as a song? >> the one that comes to mind is a song called "super man." i wrote it when i was 9 or 10. i don't need suber man to come and teach me lessons because i'm a human being and i clean up my own messes. which i thought was very profound.
>> jimmy: you thought it was profound from a 9-year-old. this is doingie howser we have here. to have thoughts like that associate 9 years old was unbelievable. did you get along with other 9-year-olds or these children, i can't relate to them? >> no, not at all. i had a lot of friends growing up. very lucky. >> jimmy: now when you might have a date or a boy that you're interested in or something like that, are they nervous? >> they should be. >> jimmy: they should be, yeah. >> no, no, i don't. >> jimmy: and what a great position to be in. because you can be hey, you know what? if this goes wrong, and most young relationships do, i can get a couple of songs out of it. >> exactly. win-win. >> jimmy: boy would i be on my best behavior, because you don't want to end up immortalized. you have somebody who actually, you know, kind of created a similar path for herself. you're on the cover of rolling
stone this month with her, alanis morissette. and she wrote one of the most searing breakup songs of all time. >> uh-huh. >> jimmy: this is one of your role models? >> yeah, definitely. i look up to her so much. i think she is the coolest person and the most amazing songwriter. it was such an honor to meet her. she gave me dating advice too. which is so cool. to get dating advice from alanis morissette, which is iconic. >> ironic, iconic. is she the person who inspired you to curse in your song? >> you know what? maybe. i don't know. >> jimmy: does your mom get upset when you curse in your song? >> she does. she definitely does. but my mom's actually really funny, though. my mom is like a third grade teacher from the midwest. she is very sweet. but her favorite music is death metal and punk music. >> jimmy: is it really? >> yeah. she is the sweetest woman and she'll turn on motorhead. >> jimmy: in order to be the sweetest woman, death metal can't be on your ipod. >> that's true. she has some edge to her.
>> jimmy: wow. what bands does she like? >> i remember being really young and she would wake me up and put a record on. that's something she would do to wake me up for school. and she would put on a motorhead record until i wake up. this intense, intense music. maybe that helped shape me as a musician maybe. >> jimmy: maybe it did. >> maybe. >> jimmy: maybe that's what made you curse so much. >> yeah. >> jimmy: this album is called "sour" obviously. [ cheering ] now i wonder, will this be like a sour -- will this lead to the title of your next album? have you thought about it yet? will it be people speculating sweet or salty. >> salty! savory, umami, so many different things. i don't know, i don't know. it's my little secret. i'm still kind of working on the rest of it. >> jimmy: well, it's inspired. a lot of people will now buy sticker packs that are the olivia rodrigo sticker pack. >> i hope people dress up as that for halloween that would be really cool. >> jimmy: well, look behind you
right now. we have somebody dressed up. [ applause ] g-rod over there. guillermo, what do you have on your tongue? >> guillermo: these stickers taste like -- jimmy. >> jimmy: what song are you going to do for us tonight, olivia? >> i'm going to perform this song called "traitor". >> jimmy: excellent. when we return, olivia rodrigo with "traitor." this is her album. it's called "sour." we'll be right back.
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little white lies, yeah i played dumb but i always knew ♪ ♪ that you talked to her maybe did even worse i kept quiet so i could keep you ♪ ♪ and ain't it funny how you ran to her the second that we called it quits? ♪ ♪ and ain't it funny how you said you were friends now it sure as hell don't look like it ♪ ♪ you betrayed me and i know that you'll never feel sorry for the way i hurt, yeah ♪ ♪ you talked to her when we were together loved you at your worst but that didn't matter ♪ ♪ it took you two weeks to go off and date her guess you didn't cheat
but you're still a traitor ♪ to ut me bring her around show her off like she's a new trophy ♪ ♪ and i know if you were true there's no damn way that you ♪ ♪ could fall in love with somebody that quickly ♪ ♪ and ain't it funny all the twisted games all the questions you used to avoid ♪ ♪ ain't it funny remember i brought her up and you told me i was paranoid ♪ ♪ you betrayed me and i know that you'll never feel sorry for the way i hurt, yeah ♪ ♪ you talked to her when we were together
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