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right now jimmy kimmel. have a good evening. >> lou: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight, kathryn hahn, dominic west, and music from beach weather, with cleto and the cletones. and now, jimmy kimmel! ♪ >> jimmy: hello. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. i appreciate that. thank you very much. hi, guys. thanks. hi, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you for joining us on the monday after thanksgving. you know, it's cyber monday today.
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well, that's very kind. i appreciate it. now sit down. it's embarrassing. cyber monday. this is the day on which we go online, with the intent of shopping for your loved ones and wind up buying a bunch of stuff for yourself. i bought the cutest jumpsuit. guillermo. thanksgiving is over. those unopened cans of cranberry sauce get pushed to the back of the pantry again to hibernate for another year. we're at the bitter end of leftovers. who else had stuffing for breakfast this morning? just me? it's like tupperware jenga in my refrigerator. last night, we were having the left over leftovers, and quick leftover tip, salad not great after four days. i put it on my plate, had a bite, and scraped it right into the garbage can. it smelled like moss. we had a low-key thanksgiving. it was just our family, a couple of friends, kanye, and this weird friend he brought who i know absolutely nothing about. he had a little mustache right here. that's all i know about him. we'll get to that in a second. i personally had a lot to be thankful for this year.
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family, friends, health, all that stuff. also, herschel walker saying the word "erection" on television. >> first, of all, this word is more about erection. this is all about herschel walker. >> jimmy: well, who wouldn't have erections on his mind, sitting between two of the sexiest men alive? i watched a good amount of football this weekend. the real kind, not your kind, guillermo. the kind with helmets. >> guillermo: soccer. >> jimmy: this was the pitt game. pitt was well ahead in the 4th quarter when one of their defensive linemen had a very big reaction to what, exactly? i'm still not sure. >> number 95, not a very happy camper. there is something going on between him and miami. fascinating reaction here. look at his teammates, recoiling in horror. >> jimmy: i don't blame them. they know that in about 20 minutes, they have to shower with that guy. but this was the highlight of my
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football-watching weekend. maybe even year. there's a player on the alabama crimson tide named kool-aid mckinstry. okay. there's his name right there. kool-aid. when he was born, his grandmother said he had a smile like the kool-aid guy. so they named him kool-aid. [ laughter ] and now that's the name the announcers have to say. >> again, we talked about keeping it out of the hands of kool-aid mckinstry, if you can. and kool-aid with an early fair catch, takes it at the 15 yard line. >> jimmy: from now on, whenever i get depressed, i'll remind myself that there is a real person named kool-aid living amongst us. and i have no doubt that when i do, it will bring a smile to my face. every time. you know, president biden had -- spent his thanksgiving with his family in nantucket. the bidens released their dinner menu. which is weird. trump won't even release his tax
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returns. we need to know what biden eats for dinner. but they had a traditional feast. they had four kinds of dessert. apple, pumpkin, and coconut cream pie, and chocolate chip ice cream. should we be concerned that our 80-year-old president is eating enough sugar to kill willy wonka? meanwhile, our festively yam-colored former president had a busy holiday week. a meeting of the mindless at mar-a-lago. we learned on friday that trump had dinner with kanye west and a white supremacist/holocaust denier named nick fuentes. and you know this one was bad because trump posted not one, but three messages on his imaginary social media site to distance himself. he said, "this past week, kanye west called me to have dinner at mar-a-lago. shortly thereafter, he unexpectedly showed up with three of his friends, whom i knew nothing about. we had dinner on tuesday evening with many members present on the back patio. the dinner was quick and uneventful. they then left for the airport." and i guess that didn't quite stick, so he posted message #2. "ye, formerly known as kanye west, was asking me for
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advice concerning some of his difficulties, in particular having to do with his business. we also discussed, to a lesser extent, politics, where i told him he should definitely not run for president, 'any voters you may have should vote for trump.' anyway, we got along great, he expressed no anti-semitism." oh, that's good. that's a step in the right direction. "and i appreciated all of the nice things he said about me on 'tucker carlson.' why wouldn't i agree to meet? also, i didn't know nick fuentes." and then, i guess that didn't work either. so then he shifted into mother teresa mode. "so i help a seriously troubled man, who just happens to be black, ye, who has been decimated in his business and virtually everything else. and who has always been good to me, by allowing his request for a meeting at mar-a-lago, alone, so that i can give him very much needed 'advice.' he shows up with three people, two of which i didn't know, the other a political person who i . i told him don't run for office, a total waste of time, can't win. fake news went crazy!"
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only donald trump would defend himself by saying i was only planning to eat with one anti-semite, okay? the donny llama also made a fourth statement to axios, "our dinner meeting was intended to be kanye and me only, but he arrived with a guest whom i had never met and knew nothing pabout." which is the same thing he says whenever eric comes over. kanye said the dinner got tense when he asked trump to be his running mate in 2024. he said trump got angry and started yelling and insulting kim kardashian. i would have loved to be a fly on the ketchup covered walls for that one. that moment when kanye asked trump to be his running mate, no amount of money i wouldn't give to have seen that. you know, it's terrifying to think of trump as president again. but it is amazing to think of him as vice president. imagine him nodding and clapping during the state of the --
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sitting down and politely standing up. we'd get to watch him die inside every minute of every day. i want to keep this going. this will make him nuts. i even made a bumper sticker. i think he'll like it. it says "ye trump." somebody print these up. according to kanye, trump was very impressed by his white power pal. apparently, he told trump that he preferred it when trump's speeches were off the cuff, rather than on prompter. and then trump turned to kanye and said, "he gets you." yeah, you're not that hard to get. we all get you. you're like hpv. okay, just a matter of time. but just to recap, kanye west went to mar-a-lago to have dinner with donald trump. which sounds like the beginning of a joke. as his plus one, he brought a well-known white supremacist/holocaust denier. and trump claims he didn't know about that. and if he didn't know, which is worse? having the guy over for dinner or having no idea you're letting
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a racist rando into a house that was, until very recently, full of unguarded top secret documents? two words typed into your phone and you know you're eating with a scumbag. and this -- trump is the guy who claims joe biden is slipping. sitting down with the ku klux klan-ye, sharing a chocolate souffle. that's hard to say, by the way. [ applause ] >> jimmy: thank you. and this nick fuentes, he's a 24-year-old virgin, who was one of those very fine people on both sides -- that wasn't a joke -- in charlottesville. he's a proponent of the "great replacement" theory, which says jews and other minorities are trying to wipe out white culture. he's an election denier, thinks covid is a hoax, he's appeared at events with but i think this, more than anything, sums this guy up. bigly. >> people call me gay because i haven't had a girlfriend? if anything, if anything it makes me less gay. never having a girlfriend, never having sex with a woman really
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makes you more heterosexual, because honestly, dating women is gay. having sex with women is gay. and having sex with men is gay. and then, you know, it's really all gay. >> jimmy: that was the christmas episode, by the way. fuentes made a statement today saying trump didn't know who he was and he didn't mean tonetiveg look. you know it's a bad sign when kanye west is only the third most controversial person at your dinner table. for his part, after nuking laying waste to mar-a-lago, kanye came back to l.a. over the weekend where he announced his next noble crusade. >> the other i have is that elon won't reinstate alex jones. >> really? now you're supporting alex jones? what is kanye doing? somehow, he's mixed up with all the worst people in the world. he's like the joker in "the lego batman movie," trying to free all the super villains from the phantom zone. i think a lesson is if kanye
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asks to come over for dinner, say no. now that thanksgiving is behind us, the christmas season has begun. and in order to help santa figure out who gets what as we do every year, guillermo and i put our elf hats on and sat down with kids to try to find out who has been naughty and who has been nice. ♪ >> jimmy: hello. how you? is this your letter to santa? >> yeah. >> thank you, thank you. hi, guys. come have a seat right here. i'm elf jimmy and this is elf guillermo. have you guys been good this year? >> yes. >> jimmy: very good? >> yes. >> jimmy: of the two of you, who has been more good? >> i'm going to say both of us. >> jimmy: both? okay. very diplomatic. can i read your letters to santa? >> yes. >> jimmy: "hi, santa, i want a tarantula and mice. vince." you want a tarantula and mice. >> yes. >> jimmy: what are you, a vampire? >> no.
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>> jimmy: a lot of people when they have mice, they call a guy to come get them out of their house. same with tarantulas. >> i know. it's weird. >> jimmy: okay. let's see what stella wants here. >> guillermo: stella, "hi, santa. i have been a good girl. i would like a bunny and a nintendo." >> jimmy: wow. so we got a tarantula, a bunny, a nintendo, and mice. >> yes. >> jimmy: quite a combination, huh? >> yeah. >> jimmy: let's go over some of the nice things and the naughty things that you've done this year, okay? because santa has been watching. >> okay. >> jimmy: i'll start with stella. stella, you do not clean your desk in your room, santa says. is that true? >> yes. >> jimmy: you watch too much youtube, santa says. >> yes. >> jimmy: and you make a mess with slime. is that true that she does those things, vince?
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>> on her floor. >> jimmy: thank you for mentioning. i'm going add that to the list. throws her clothes on the floor. now vince, what ae some of the naughty things that you do. you sometimes say bad words. >> yes. >> jimmy: which words? >> we can say it? >> jimmy:ia. >> [ bleep ], [ bleep ], [ bleep ], [ bleep ] [ bleep ]. [ applause ] >> jimmy: those are pretty bad words. i think those are the worst words there are. >> yeah. >> jimmy: where did you learn those words, vince? >> my mom and dad. [ laughter ] >> sometimes my dad says [ bleep ]. >> and then he yells at us and he goes and says bad words.
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you tell us not to say it. you say what? why you telling us. >> jimmy: you call your dad "bro"? wow. do you say these words at school or at home? >> sometimes i whisper it to myself. >> jimmy: oh. like which one do you mostly whisper to yourself? >> [ bleep ]. >> jimmy: okay. all right. well, number two, you pull down your pants and fart and laugh. is that true? >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. it's kind of funny, right? >> yep. >> jimmy: i mean, it's -- it is funny. but where do you do this? that's the big question. >> in my room. >> jimmy: in your room? >> yeah. >> jimmy: are other people there? >> no. but besides my sister. >> jimmy: besides just your sister. >> yeah.
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only in my room when i do that stuff. >> jimmy: i have to say, you've both been very honest. vince ratted you out about the clothes, throwing the clothes on the ground. he aired your dirty laundry quite literally, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: and yeah, there have been some bumps in the road. there have been some bad words said. can we go over that list one more time, vince? >> [ bleep ], stupid, shut up, [ bleep ], [ bleep ] [ bleep ]. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i think we have some gifts for you guys. tis is -- this is for you, stella. it's a ream of paper. and vince, these are for you. these are floor mats for your truck. because you talk like a truck driver. thanks, guys. have a good christmas.
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♪ >> jimmy: all right. we have a good show for you tonight. dominic west is here. from "the crown." we've got music from beach weather. and we'll be right back with kathryn hahn. ♪ >> abc's "jimmy kimmel live!" brought to you by nissan.
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♪ >> jimmy: welcome back to the show tonight. from "the crown" on netflix, dominic west is with us. then later, a band celebrating the surprise success of a song that's been out for six years, their album, "pineapple sunrise," comes out march 3rd. beach weather from the mercedes eq stage. this week we've got new shows with billy crystal, david harbour, and don cheadle.
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with music from chris isaak, camilo, and thee sacred souls. and i'd like to take a moment to acknowledge a very important member of our band, maybe the most important member of our band, cleto sr., turned 80 years old on thursday. happy belated birthday, cletes. >> guillermo: >> thank you. >> jimmy: and still, we discussed this on the phone. still sexually active. yes? and now that you're 80, you know what you have to do? >> what's that? >> jimmy: you have to run for president of the united states. >> why not? >> jimmy: you have my vote for sure. happy birthday, cletes. our first guest tonight is a very talented actor and emmy-nominated marvel witch, whom you can see amidst a murder in the highly anticipated "glass onion: a knives out mystery." it premieres on netflix december 23rd. please say hello to kathryn hahn. [ cheering and applause ] ♪
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♪ >> hi! >> jimmy: good to see you. you look fantastic. very festive, even. >> yeah, it is festive, isn't it? a little post turkey day. >> jimmy: how was your thanksgiving? >> oh, you know what? i'm still digesting. thank you so much. >> jimmy: what did you do? did you go out oft town? >> i went home to cleveland. >> jimmy: oh, wow. >> it was so beautiful. i got to spend time with all my cousins. which is heaven. i love them so much. >> jimmy: how many cousins? >> a lot. but my cousin greg fried a turkey, which i never had fried turkey before. have you had fried turkey. >> jimmy: >> jimmy: yeah. i fried a turkey. >> it's dangerous. you have to be away from the house. >> jimmy: yeah. how did it come out? >> amazing.
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the most moist. he put basically a giant needle filled with lemon, sage and rosemary. and just it was like the most delicious, moist -- i'm still feeling it right now. >> jimmy: it makes you wonder why there isn't a chain of kentucky fried turkey stores across the united states when you have one of those things. >> oh, so good. >> jimmy: half the people go to the emergency room after making them. >> no. we all were basically -- it was so loud and then dead silence. we were watching "contact" the jodie foster movie and fell asleep in the middle of it. >> jimmy: who decided that was the movie you were going to watch? >> i don't know. we decided that would be the sweetest. >> jimmy: i have a screener on vhs. >> it always makes me cry. i'm good to go. >> jimmy: then did you hang out the rest of the weekend? >> we did some bowling which is amazing. >> jimmy: oh. are you a bowling family? >> no, we are not. >> jimmy: you're not? >> some of us are. my dad came out for bowling,
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which is kind of amazing. he said he was going to bring a bowling shirt, which was clearly a sports jersey. and then he thought it would be hilarious to take the kids. you know how it looks like a little kid slide. >> jimmy: yeah. >> but i guess it's for kids. >> jimmy: it's for kids, yeah. >> but my dad used it. and he got a strike. and he was very proud of himself. >> jimmy: he was? >> yeah, he was. and then he has a '92 caddie, which is so rad. and we always drive out to amish country, because it's like my heaven. >> jimmy: really? >> love the amish. >> jimmy: just to say hey, look at our car, we can drive? [ laughter ] nice horse! [ laughter ] >> when i was a kid, we would go out there, and i was always do you remember that movie "witness"? i was like reverse witness. i was harrison ford. i loved an amish boy. >> jimmy: you did?
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>> oh, such crushes on all the amish boys for some reason. >> jimmy: oh, all the amish boys. >> i was just look at them. i wanted to be on a farm with horses. just i just want to be in a frickin' silo with an amish boy. i really did. no takers. no takers. >> jimmy: an amish fetish. did you approach any of them? >> because there is a frostee freeze out there. and we would always stop at the frostee freeze. a couple of amish boys. but then they would always be like a nike shoe on them. it was very like anachronistic to me. you would see the overalls, buttons and fresh sneaks. it was like interesting to me. >> jimmy: yeah. >> but maybe they were on their -- whatever it's called. >> jimmy: no, probably not. they would have gone past tastie freeze if that was the case. >> exactly. >> jimmy: what do you think it was? the suspenders? the beards? the mustache.
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>> a slow way of life. i just love "little house on the prairie." i was into the whole thing. >> jimmy: it would be funny to tell the amish i love "little house on the prairie." they would be what is that. >> there is like a blessed slowness about the whole thing. also, i love a pie. i don't know. >> jimmy: the food's good, right? those amish -- i remember going in pennsylvania. >> yes. >> jimmy: to good and plenty. it was a big thing for my dad especially. >> yes. my dad as well. we would go to this place. it's still there. we just went a few days ago called mary yoder's amish kitchen. it is the best. i want to tell the whole world. mary yoder's. >> jimmy: mary yoder. >> it's fantastic. instead of the stop sign, its we "whoa". >> jimmy: does it really? >> yeah. so cute. >> jimmy: i would think there is no danger of people recognizing
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you from your streaming television show. >> no one recognizes me. it's very rare that somebody recognizes me. >> jimmy: is that true? >> yeah. it is. >> jimmy: i find that hard to believe. >> oh, i just go around. it's the best. i can just go around. >> jimmy: what can you tell us while you're going around, about coven of chaos, this new marvel show that you're starring in. >> uh-huh. >> jimmy: can i ask you a couple of questions? maybe you can answer them. i don't know. can you say whether you knew you were going to do this show going into doing "wandavision". >> i can say i did not know. absolutely not. >> jimmy: so the character was so popular that they said hey, let's keep going with this? >> i guess so. i guess nobody really knew that like a centuries old witch was going have -- was going to have any sort of shelf life, long shelf life. so everybody was very -- myself included. mostly i would say was the most excited to know there is going to be another show happening. >> jimmy: do you know anything about it yet? >> i know everything. >> jimmy: you know everything about it. >> jimmy: tell us. go ahead. >> all right. [ applause ]
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>> jimmy: can't tell. can you tell us anything? >> can't tell you. >> jimmy: am i in it? >> you know what? jimmy -- no. i can say that you are not. >> jimmy: i am not in it. >> sorry. >> jimmy: i was hoping i would be in it. >> but it's really exciting. i will set the record straight. there has been some talk apparently that it took me 40 minutes to pee, i guess, on the first show. >> jimmy: why, nerves? >> nerves. i love to sit on a toilet. no, that was just because of my costume, guys. this time we're going to hopefully work out some kinks and it won't take so long. that's what i can tell you about the new show. >> jimmy: all right. so the one thing we know about the show is that you take an exceptionally long time to urinate. you know what? in amish country, 40 minutes is nothing to go to the bathroom. >> no! they know exactly how to urinate. >> jimmy: we're going to take a
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>> oh my god, are you benoit blanc, the detective? did you solve the murder of what's her name, the belly dancer with the thing and the thing. that's you? >> it is. in the flesh. i'm obviously familiar with y'all as well. governor, dr. tucson, miss birdie jay, what an extraordinary gathering. >> that is kathryn hahn and friends in "glass onion: a knives out mystery." which is the sequel to "knives out" which is -- and by the way, i saw this movie last night. it is very entertaining. i mean, really just a fun movie to watch from beginning to end. was it fun -- as much fun to make? >> no. >> jimmy: it was not. you're on this beautiful greek island. and it was really a greek island, right? >> it was one of those experiences. and that's not always the case where you have such a fun time working on something. >> jimmy: oh really? >> sometimes it doesn't translate. >> jimmy: oh, tell us about some of the bad experiences you had?
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>> this particular one was like -- it really -- it's because rian johnson, who directed and wrote it said he casts things like he would host a dinner party, because he knows that the hours you're going spend with each other, i mean, you're with the same group. you're with this group so much that you better have an awesome group of like egoless good eggs that you're going to want to spend time together with. >> jimmy: that's smart. >> it was rad. >> jimmy: so you know if you didn't get a part in one of rian's movies, he didn't like you is what the deal is. >> you could be an arse. >> jimmy: you had the cast, daniel craig, kate hudson, janelle monae, ed norton, and a few others. >> jessica hennic, madeline klein. >> jimmy: who is the most fun to hang out with? >> no, we all. i'm telling you, daniel craig,
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who you would -- i thought bond, bond, bond. and then you meet him, oh, you're just a frickin' great hang. such a physical comedian. we had the best time off. because it was all during the covid, just during the lockdowns too, we spent so much time in this bubble. we would actually play mafia games on our offnights. we would play murder mystery games together. rian would hand-write invitations and we would meet on the rooftop of this bar in serbia. >> jimmy: what? >> yeah, it was crazy. because we spent the second half shooting in serbia in belgrade. >> jimmy: when you call home and you're having that much fun during covid, how did those conversations go? oh, such a hard day? >> i know. it looks like it was really the best. >> jimmy: i do want to ask about home for one second. >> yes. >> jimmy: not the last time you were here, but the time before. >> i think it was. oh, no, maybe it wasn't. >> jimmy: when we did live in front of a studio. >> oh my god.
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>> jimmy: which you were fantastic in. >> oh my god. the fricking emmy. >> jimmy: but you got in the middle of an argument that my wife and i were having. a and the argument is my wife believes, my wife who weighs about 122 pounds believes that she could carry me if there was an emergency. she could pick me up and truck me down the stairs. >> i love that this was an argument it. >> was a big argument. i said no, i'm dead. forget it. and you got involved in it. and i asked you if you could lift your hustband, ethan. and this is what happened. >> oh my god. my god. there goes my back. and then try it again. this is what did it. >> give it up. >> jimmy: yeah. see, you did do it. he was of course helping whereas i would be laying there. >> no, he helped me out.
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i also love that i was wearing jeans and barefoot. that's pandemic times. jeans and barefoot. >> jimmy: you got injured from that. >> i did get injured. and your amazing wife sent me a massage and some weed gummies, which i'm very, very, very forever grateful. >> jimmy: you know why she did that? because it was her fault, because she started this. and you paid the price for it. >> well, listen, i'm very grateful for the gummies. >> jimmy: i'm glad you guys are now more prepared in case of an emergency. >> me too. i really am. but you know what? he's on his own. that's it. i love him dearly, but, no. >> jimmy: it's great to see you. >> i adore you. thank you so much. >> jimmy: this movie is called "glass onion: a knives out mystery." everybody is going to love it. it's available on netflix december 23rd. and it's in the movie theaters for one more day if you want to go see it there. kathryn hahn, everybody. we'll be back with dominic west. >> get out of here! ♪ ♪ it's a lovely day today ♪
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you know our next guest as the whisky-drinking baltimore detective jimmy mcnulty from five seasons of "the wire." now he moves to buckingham palace as a pre-king charles in season five of "the crown." all episodes are on netflix now. please say hello to dominic west. [ applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: dominic, you are -- i think you're the fourth actor to play king charles on this show now, right? >> am i? >> jimmy: i believe you are, yes. >> i suppose, the kids. >> jimmy: the kids. you got to count the kids. your kid is on the show. >> yeah, i've got one of my kids on, yeah. >> jimmy: he is playing -- >> he plays prince william. he plays my son. >> jimmy: that's great. >> yeah, the casting directors came up. i was chatting to the casting. they said we can't find a blue eyed blond boy who is 13
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starting boarding school. so he came on season 5. >> jimmy: is that what he wants to do? be an actor? >> no, he wants to be a football player, soccer player. >> jimmy: okay. they have been saying you're too handsome to play kig charles. >> well, thanks very much. >> jimmy: or prince charles. no offense to the king, but. >> i've had worse criticism. >> jimmy: your more prince charming than charles. >> well, thanks, you know. >> jimmy: this, and correct me if i have this wrong, but this is the period of prince charles' life that was probably the most like embarrassing to him, right? >> yeah. it was the lowest point of his life. >> jimmy: lowest point of his life. and then you're playing. does that make you at all nervous, seeing as how he could have you beheaded if he wants to? he's the king. >> well, no, he can't. >> jimmy: he can't? >> no. they've sort of tried. they're having a go. yeah, no. this is the nadir of his whole life. you see pictures of him then and video and stuff, and he is very, very sad.
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and that was -- that's quite a responsibility taking that on. >> jimmy: you met the queen, the late queen at one time. this is, what, 2013, i believe. >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: there you are. that's me. . >> jimmy: with the frosted tips. oh, there is harry right there. you were going on some kind of a trip with harry? >> yeah, we support lead teams of soldiers, veterans who were wounded soldiers.pand we walked. we walked the last three degrees to the south pole. >> jimmy: what was it like being in the south pole with a prince? is it -- >> well, it was cool. we were there, me, alexander skarsgard and prince harry were there as sort of, i don't know, to jolly things along. we were the only ones who weren't veterans. we were the only ones who weren't injured. >> jimmy: right. >> but harry turned out to be very artistic in sculpting the latrines. >> jimmy: what?
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>> we were in teams. i was on a different team. and i remember one camp we got to, and he'd already been there for quite a long time, and he sculpted out, he dug out of the snow he's latrines with a sort of very art tic stick toilet roll holder. >> jimmy: out of snow? >> out of snow. who would have thought it. >> jimmy: and did you christen his latrine? >> i certainly did. >> jimmy: wow. >> his throne, yeah. >> jimmy: wow. the stars really are just like us. you -- one of the things in the show, and with the credit sequence is prince charles break dancing. >> right, yes. >> jimmy: how did that come to happen? >> well, i never -- i missed this in my research. i think it was olivia williams who plays camillcamilla. she pointed this out. on youtube there is this footage of prince charles break dancing as part of a prince's trust thing. he is at a youth center and he is meeting lots of kids he helps with the prince's trust.
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and they started break dancing and they pulled him in to dance with them. and he's -- charles is quite sort of proud of his dancing. he does a lot of scottish dancing. >> jimmy: i know he dances. whenever he gets to -- i always enjoy watching him dance when he gets to a village or something like that and he has to do the traditional dance. he always seems to go along with it, you know what i mean? >> he goes to a village? you know, when he is traveling abroad to all his different colonies or whatever. >> a maori haka? >> jimmy: exactly. >> he takes his dancing quite seriously. and this thing he is getting into it. he is dancing with two kids. >> jimmy: we have that video. let's have a look. there he is. prince charles. this is easily one of the strangest things i've ever seen in my life. i feel like if this had happened after the advent of youtube, that would be the most popular
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video in like the history of the world, right? >> it's so bizarre, because it's sort of late '70s disco mixed in with i don't know quite stiff. and he takes it very seriously. you got to admire. >> jimmy: and you learned how to do break dancing like prince charles? >> yeah. it took quite a while. i had to -- >> jimmy: who taught you to dance. >> the choreographer. she -- she -- she broke it down. she said the difficulty is there is no rhythm. there is no -- it's completely arrhythmic. so you can't sort of -- and the trouble i found was the music is playing. you get too much into the rhythm, which is a fatal mistake because he's -- >> jimmy: do you feel like he's harder. >> it's much harder. >> jimmy: somebody who can't dance. >> dance out of time. >> jimmy: really? >> he does it april yantly. brilliantly.
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>> jimmy: i think he is a good sport for dancing in the first place. but he should never dance again. >> maybe not. maybe those moves keep to himself. >> jimmy: do you know any of his dance moves? i see a little bit of it. >> he does a bit of -- i've seen video of his scottish dancing, and he really gets into that. it's lots of sort of jumping over swords. he does do a bit of that. >> jimmy: that seemed almost like the electric slide or something the way you were -- i've seen that dance at weddings. >> and nobody told me it was scottish when it happened. >> jimmy: so i've been trying to goad you into break dancing like prince charles, but that's not going to happen, is it? >> well, i could -- ♪ he starts like this. ♪ [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well done. dominic west, everybody.
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okay. i think we're going have to get you american citizenship, because i don't think you're going to be allowed to go home. >> i don't think either. >> jimmy: dominic west, everybody. season 5 of "the crown" is on netflix now. we'll be right back with beach weather. [ applause ] ♪ >> lou: the "jimmy kimmel live!" concert series is presented by the s class from mercedes-benz.
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>> lou: the "jimmy kimmel live!" concert series is presented by mercedes eq. all electric, all mercedes. >> jimmy: thanks to kathryn hahn and dominic west. apologies to matt damon. we ran out of time for him. "nightline" is next but first, their album, "pineapple sunrise," comes out march 3rd. here with the song, "sex, drugs, etc.," beach weather! ♪ ♪ late night, telephone, calling
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designer drugs from dead-end streets ♪ ♪ break the air to feel the fall, or justin trudeau feel anything at all ♪ ♪ i'm floating on my low-key vibe floating on my ♪ ♪ low-key vibe-vibe-vibe i don't need that late night high ♪ ♪ cause i'm floating on my la-da-da-da vibe ♪ ♪ la-da-da-da da-da-da-da la-da-da-da ♪ vibe ♪ floating on my low-key vibe ♪ ♪ floating on my low-key vibe-vibe-vibe i don't need that ♪ ♪ late night high cause i'm floating on my vibe ♪ [ applause ]
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