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the postponed summer olympics begin in 200 days, we think. it's been a moving target, right? the 2020 tokyo olympics were rescheduled for 2021 as in this july. however, tokyo and surrounding areas are battling a new covid surge much like the united states. a deadline is nearing for the ioc to announce concrete plans for making sure the olympics and the olympians are safe. a new poll in japan shows 63% of the country wants the olympics to be postponed again or canceled. as of right now opening ceremony july 23rd right here on nbc bay area. i think i will be there. we'll see. have a great night. ♪
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>> steve: from rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's jimmy fallon."how starring tonight join jimmy and his guests - gordon ramsay, vanessa kirby, musical guest sturgill simpson and featuring the legendary roots crew and now here he is, jimmy fallon [ cheering and applause ♪ >> jimmy: hey, hello, everybody. thank you very much. hi thank you very much. oh thank you very much. [ cheering and applause thank you very much, everybody hello! wow. that feels great welcome, welcome, welcome to "the tonight show. [ cheering and applause >> jimmy: i like to start by wishing everyone a very happy new year [ cheering and applause
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>> jimmy: yep, thankfully it is a new year, and, boy, aren't things better now? [ laughter ] well, guys, everybody is talking about this over the weekend, president trump called georgia secretary of state, brad raffensperger, about the election and might have gotten himself into major legal trouble. "let's hear what crime it was this time! >> all i want to do is this. i just want to find, uh, 11,780 votes >> jimmy: that's right trump asked him to somehow find enough votes to flip georgia, so that he would win the state by one vote. [ laughter ] one vote trump was like, because if we're going to do this we can't make it obvious. [ laughter ] apparently every january trump's new year's resolution is to find a new way to get impeached. trump's call lasted for an hour, by the way an hour.
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it was like one of his calls to "fox & friends" except he actually cared what the other person had to say. what a waste trump could have spent that hour not helping roll out the vaccine. [ light laughter ] as if the story isn't crazy enough, trump had tried calling him 18 times since the election yeah i think we're one call away from trump saying, i'm on your front porch, i can see your home, pick up. i can see you're screening the call, you're making eggs hello, i'm right here. 18 times apparently raffensperger was thinking about putting the phone on vibrate and turning it into a massager. [ buzzing that cost us $100,000 for that sound. you know you've -- [ buzzing no, thank you. 150. you know you have lost power when someone gets a call from the president and presses ignore 18 times. when trump calls, people actually move to the room in the house where the connection is spotty. it is like, honey, i'll be in the crawl space, trump is trying to call me.
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are you that talk show, that game show host that's right carl bernstein said trump's call was far worse than watergate. it doesn't mean much to trump. he thinks watergate is about toilets not flushing hard enough sometimes you have to flush it two, three times trump tried everything to persuade the secretary of state, but he wouldn't budge later trump told raffensperger, come on, you were such a nice guy on "cheers." what happened to you "yeah, that's what you call voter fraud, sammy." thank you very much. [ cheers and applause >> nice, nice. >> jimmy: i break it out every now and then it is like another combination, pull it out, put it back "that's what you call voter fraud there, sammy." yeah, trump's call just kept going. listen to what else he had to say. >> can't you find some extra votes in the filing cabinet? >> no. >> a basement?
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>> no. >> that weird gap between your driver's seat and your armrest i'm sure you saw some ballots in the trash, you know, the trash. you can't see me over the phone, but i'm winking, okay trash. they destroyed all of the voting machines. >> i have no idea what you're talking about. >> they removed the machines and then the machines turned into robots, and they voted for biden. and you can't let the decepticon steal the election. they shredded all kinds of things everything is shredded, our ballots, our cheese, kumail nanjiani's abs. the list goes on, brad i will make you a statue >> i don't want a statue >> we got a bunch of these confederate statues just lying around come on. we redo the face, give you a a cool beard, mutton chops, would you like that? like a "bridgerton" type of vibe brad come on. just say you found a boc full of ballots in the trunk of your car. >> i can't do that, mr. president. >> please! >> no. >> please.
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wait no one is recording this, right? >> jimmy: interesting, right [ cheers and applause please a lot of people were talking about this on wednesday, congress is set to certified joe biden's victory, but 12 republican senators have pledged to challenge the results. can we see the 12 republican senators it looks like the chart of different haircuts you get at a super cuts in idaho. [ light laughter ] they are the head shots if you were casting a movie about an evil lawyer who swindles an orphanage. [ laughter ] that's the cast of "oceans 12" if they were robbing an l.l. bean. meanwhile, all eyes will be on georgia tomorrow for the state's two run-off races which will determine the senate majority another election night all right! yep, the election is tomorrow, which means we should have the results by approximately cinco de mayo. that's right, it is a big night. in fact, brian williams is already doing his voice
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exercises. "it is too close to call it is too close to call. it is too close to call. you're the game show host? you betcha, yeah!" yep. everyone is focused on georgia's senate election, and now several members of congress are speaking out about the run-offs for example republican congressman bob good said if the republicans win both races, then i will feel very -- well, my last name then democratic congresswoman susan wild said if the republicans win both races that would be absolutely well, my last name. then republican andy barr said, if the democrats pull this off i'm going to spend every night at the -- well, my last name then congresswoman virginia fox said, i might be a republican but i can't deny that john ossoff is a total, well, my last name then republican congressman french hill said, if the democrats beat us i'm going to pack my bags and move to, well, my full name
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and finally, missouri senator roy blunt said, whoever wins, i'm going to order some papa john's and roll a big giant spliff [ applause ] some sports news guys, the nfl regular season is over, and for the first time since 2002 the cleveland browns are going to the playoffs. [ cheering and applause >> jimmy: even georgia secretary of state was like, that can't be right. count the wins again when they heard they made the playoff the browns were like, there's more games after the season do they do that every year [ light laughter ] yeah, the browns are going to the playoffs fans are like, thanks, the one year we can't be there in person you got to be kidding me right now the people of cleveland are thinking, even when we win, we lose some business news i saw that pizza hut is celebrating 25 years of its famous stuffed crust by giving away a stuffed crust pizza without the actual pizza
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take a look at this. [ laughter ] it is great if you want a pizza that more closely resembles an unrolled condom. [ laughter ] seriously, what could be more exciting than sinking your teeth into a soggy cheese tire here is how think do it. first they make the pizza and then the delivery guy eats it from the inside out before handing it to you. takes practice but you can do it some entertainment news. i saw that a rubik's cube movie is in now in the works i don't know about you, i'm not streaming that movie a rubik's cube is meant to be enjoyed on the big screen. i'm sure it will be great though it is basically "spider-man" if peter parker never got bit by a spider finally, this is strange
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i saw a seemingly normal house for sale in vermont has an entire jail inside man, as a parent you could really put a kid in a time out i mean, wow. the listing at was like, it comes with hardwood floors, a large backyard and carl who is serving 10 to 15 for armed robbery. "i'm hungry. the previous owner decided to sell because the overhead was a little high and he was tired of getting shivved every morning. we have a great show tonight give it up for the roots, everybody! [ cheers and applause ♪ >> jimmy: hey! it is monday we are so excited to be back and we have a huge week of shows ahead. gwen stefani will be here! [ cheering and applause ]. i love her i love her jam, too. lil nas x will be here as well don cheadle, ricky gervais and a performance from the avett
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brothers a big week. but first we have a great shoi for you tonight we changed the word show to shoi to see if you noticed if you did, just write down shoi send it into our address we will put it up on the screen and you will get nothing in response it is a great show tonight you can see a shoi, "hell's kitchen" and his special "gordon ramsay's american road trip" this week on fox gordon ramsay is here! [ cheers and applause gordon ramsay is here! he doesn't even do that anymore. >> tariq: no, he's pretty chill now. >> jimmy: yeah, he's like -- he was like on tv, he was just yelling. now he knows he's on tv. he's a professional. >> tariq: he's all zen >> jimmy: yeah, he's all zen he's like, donkey. >> tariq: that's even more scary. he's the quiet type. >> jimmy: he's staring down the barrel going you, call that risotto, donkey.
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but he's still the best. i love that guy. plus, she stars in the new film "pieces of a woman," vanessa kirby is here. [ cheers and applause we have music from sturgill simpson i love sturgill simpson. "cuttin' grass." hey, guys, you ever see a photo in the news and you think the headline could be much better? i will show you what i mean. it is time for "news and improved." ♪ news and improved >> jimmy: we could probably change the intro to that, only because i feel like people don't see a photo and think the headline could be better do you think yeah i think you look at the photo and you go, that's a photo i think the headline should be better >> tariq: you go, hey, that headline is apropos. >> jimmy: yeah yeah, you go, that headline makes -- it makes sense. >> tariq: yeah, totally. >> jimmy: it kind of tells -- it becomes its own shoi.
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>> tariq: yeah ♪ news and improved >> jimmy: oh, i love this. you know, every time i see a a picture i go, oh, the headline could be better let's look at the first photo. the original headline was, trump holds additional rallies that headline can be definitely improved, because if you only looked at the photo the headline could have been, man stepping out of macy's dressing room, not sure where his wife went [ laughter and applause you see, check out this next photo. the original headline was, sanders pushes for larger stimulus checks. but if you only looked at the photo the headline could have been, grandpa leaving bathroom announces, give it five minutes. [ laughter and applause the next headline was, dolphins face off against bills the headline could have been, nfl announces coin toss to be replaced by tickle fight [ laughter ]
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up next, this headline says, amazon hits new record, but the headline could have been 8 year old correctly guesses parents' amazon password. [ applause ] next headline was, putin battles to sell russia's vaccine. the headline could have been, coinless man stares longingly into vending machine "what i would give for that twix bar ha-ha-ha i like the right one better than the left one. i'm kidding. i like the left one better than the right one. ha-ha-ha i'm joking they're the same sticks. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: next headline was, mcconnell blocks vote on stimulus checks. headline could have been, man finally asked doctor if cialis is right for him [ laughter and applause
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"give it to me straight, doc." finally, this headline was, trump attends army/navy football game, but the headline could have been, surprise cheeto found in cool ranch doritos. that's all the time we have for "news and improved." we will be back with more of "the tonight show. [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ sanctuary music (kids laughing) ♪ upbeat tempo ♪ sanctuary music it's the final days of the wish list sales event sign and drive off in a new lincoln with zero down, zero due at signing, and a complimentary first month's payment.
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>> all right i can't wait to get started on the music video for "treat people with kindness." >> harry, do you have an idea of what you want it to look like >> yes i want it to be full of color. periwinkle blues, lavenders, and rich marigolds but then when we release the video i want it to be in black and white. what should i wear for the music video? >> that's not your outfit for it >> well, this? no, this is my walking to the mailbox clothes. ♪ here's a letter. it's from me to you. it says i love you >> hand in pocket. >> okay. good cross first. cross first. bashful street tough, into like a left, like, a meerkat curtsey. a tipeetoe, tipeetoe into a meerkat right curtsey, and i got the job!
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yes. surprise oh, it is an eclipse cover your eyes. flatten down, but it is a blooming hydrangea into a tiny bird doing his best did i get? did i get it all all right. i guess this is the part of the video where i crowd surf i should practice that now, trust me, this is going to look much better when we cgi it the chase, the chase, the chase, the chase spin i catch ya could we not do any more moves where me hands are clapping on each other and hitting each other? it feels like my hands are fighting, you know, and that's, uh, very painful for me. phoebe, hello. >> oh. oh, harry, hello facetime quite cheeky well, you've caught me in the middle of eating dinner, a a cheesy, drippy little -- of a pizza.
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>> any interest in being in my new music video? we'll wear matching argyle sweaters, and at the end you get to dip me. >> i'm in. >> oh, yeah. here we go now and then into zombie zombie disco all right. now we're flying we are lifting something help me move my tv set well, that was the dance what do you think? >> i was afraid to tell him, but i like it a lot. >> what? >> oh. sorry, i was doing a thing from my show where i talk for the camera i forgot that it doesn't work like that in real life >> it also doesn't work on facetime you are already looking at the camera >> well, that was a disaster >> i can't wait for you all to see the music video, and, remember, treat people with kindness ♪
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♪ >> jimmy: my first guest is a world-renowned chef and one of my all-time favorites he's also an emmy-nominated tv host his show "hell's kitchen" returns this thursday on 8:00 p.m. on fox, and you can see him! sorry. you can see him in the special "gordon ramsay's american road trip" airing tomorrow night at 8:00 p.m., also on fox here is gordon ramsay! >> mate, it's good to see you.
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happy new year >> jimmy: that is so -- thank you. happy new year to you as well and thank you for doing this show i can't believe that's become kind of an impression of you you don't really even yell as much anymore that's the old impression. >> no, you know what my kids yell at me more now than i yell at them so it is the other way around [ laughter ] honestly >> jimmy: how are the kids >> mate, the kids are doing well as you know for everybody over the last 12 months, it's been a tough sort of, you know, time and especially for those youngsters in the age, sort of, you know, of 16 to 22. but -- >> jimmy: i couldn't imagine, yeah but you have five kids now, right? >> we went back for number five >> jimmy: congratulations, but wow. >> no, hold on tana's asking for a sixth across the lockdown because literally -- >> jimmy: no, no, no, no, no >> two hours ago, our prime minister has just announced we're in lockdown now. >> jimmy: that's right >> until the frickin' 15th of february so she said, we have good news tomorrow night i said, what's that, darling she said, well, you're up late talking to jimmy, tomorrow night we can go for number six >> jimmy: oh, my god
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no, i have to talk to her. no, no, no, it is just not fair >> would you, please we do have one little addition let me just show you he arrived literally last fall this is -- this is truffle oh, man. >> jimmy: oh stop it. no, no, no hey, bud hi, truffle. >> truffle >> jimmy: hi, truffle. >> say hello to uncle jimmy. >> jimmy: it is uncle jimmy. truffle, making your tv debut. oh, and looking good yeah, you know where the camera is he finds the lens. he finds the lens. >> oh, my goodness >> jimmy: how has he ben >> mate, he's been a mess and he's still going through that process of getting house trained. you can always tell when the dog [ bleep ] because the smell rises. even before you open your bedroom door in the morning, you think, oh, my god. it used to be gravy, now it is just dog [ bleep ] smell you should see some of the ridiculous coats they have over here now i saw a coat with his initials, his date of birth on it, and this thing was dressed with christmas tree lights. what the [ bleep ] is happening with christmas tree lights on the dog? it went all the way to the end of the tail.
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and then i saw this sort of dog in the distance -- up a tree, and it looked a really weird shape. it was almost like a drone that had fallen from the sky but it is a dog having a [ bleep ] and a piss up a tree with bloody christmas tree lights all over it sorry. >> jimmy: you are the first guest in 2021 and already nbc is in the hole $20,000 >> i'll take care of that. i'm sorry. it is you. you bring the worst out of me. last time i saw you, you put me on the naughty stand >> jimmy: i made you sit - dude, i made you sit in the naughty stand, that's right. i forgot that. what are you feeding the baby, 2 year old i forget those years >> so oscar, you know, in my mind is my last hope of getting anyone into the industry because, you know, our eldest daughter is working in pr. holly, our middle daughter, is doing fashion. tilly is taking a gap year jack has become a royal marine
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>> jimmy: what >> so everyone has left the nest and nobody wants to cook. so i'm hoping if we refine oscar's palate now, he starts off with beautiful oatmeal in the morning with caramelized banana i'll do him a little light scramble egg on toast for lunch. then for dinner tonight he had a roasted button of squash soup >> jimmy: that kid is spoiled rotten are you kidding me i love that. but you know no one is going to take over the family business. it is just the way life works. >> i think they've been watching too many reruns of "kitchen nightmares" think ink, that's [ bleep ] not my career >> jimmy: exactly. gordon, i want to talk to you about the restaurant business because i can just imagine how tough it has been. you have over 35 restaurants i think all over the world >> yeah. >> jimmy: what it's been like, i try to support whenever i can, i have been ordering every week, at least three nights a week of take-out even if i'm not hungry i freeze it and give them a nice, big tip. >> sure. >> jimmy: what has it been like, bud? >> yeah, i mean, unprecedented
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i have never seen a situation like this, ever. london, like new york, has been hit really hard. i think the biggest, you know, and most important thing for me is staying close to the staff, giving them the security, giving them, you know, light at the end of the tunnel, holding regular calls. if we don't meet, you know, on a zoom or jump on the phone three or four times a day, and for that younger bracket, the ones under 30, it is really important to keep their mind focused that we are going to come out of this customers have been amazing, supporting the restaurants with to-go and, you know, special festive menus which has been amaze in some of the landlords have been really supportive and some haven't. >> jimmy: yes. >> so we're in that awkward situation, no different to theaters you know, breaking bread and having that social connect is absolutely pivotal so we are going to come out of this you've got to stand strong, hold your nerve and, more importantly, keep these youngsters on size and give them hope and that's what we're
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doing. >> jimmy: you're been on tv. i was reading this and i was finding it hard to believe, for 20 years now, over 20 years. that's crazy i remember when you were a a brand-new thing i thought i discovered i went, oh, i just found the coolest guy. he's crazy, man. he falls off but what went through your mind when you were first asked to do a show i think i know the answer. i think you were like, no, i'm not a tv chef, i'm a chef chef >> that's exactly that i felt that someone was trying to ruin my career by taking me out of that level of perfection the first thing i said was, look, will i be back for 6:30s and get behind the line and start, you know, cooking for the first table at 6:45? >> jimmy: wow. >> this year russian ramsay in chelsea we celebrate 22 years and tv came literally two years after opening. so i said to the producer, i said, look, i'm a real chef. no, no, but you can cook on tv i said, no, i don't want to cook on tv because you're never -- you're not going to show the passion.
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no, no, trust me, we'll show the passion. so, you know, the first-ever sort of time is when i launched this tiny little documentary called "kitchen nightmares." one camera man, one producer, one sound and myself, there was four of us i used to go and spend two weeks in these restaurants per restaurant with the owners and then go back a month later and spend a further three or four days, and everything i was learning in the industry after opening my first business i was putting into these restaurants and across, you know, i was desperate for them to succeed. that was the first thing that sort of hit me, the devastation, if it didn't work i felt that i was the one they were going to blame. so i give it my all, man i tell you oh, my god >> jimmy: yeahi want to talk to you more about the shows you have premiering this week when we come back is that cool >> absolutely. >> jimmy: more with gordon ramsay when we come back, everybody. stick around come on back ♪
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[ cheers and applause ♪ >> jimmy: welcome back i'm here with gordon ramsay. the one and only gordon ramsay season 19 of "hell's kitchen" premieres on thursday, and for the first time, it is in vegas oh, my goodness. i could just imagine oh, no, no, no oh, my goodness. >> yeah, it was that moment on tiktok when they go, oh, no. >> jimmy: yeah yeah, you can just see like, oh, gosh, not only are you going to make it through the competition, can you survive three weeks in vegas >> you know, it was crazy. also, i think for me, that's ten years we've been in the restaurants, and it is one of the most competitive cities anywhere on the planet for culinary and so to have that kind of jeopardy and magic rolled into one was so exciting, and so i think it is one of the best
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seasons. i'm not just saying that because it is season 19. i take that competition very serious. it is a culinary boot camp and when we get down to the top ten, top eight, top five, top three, you want to employ them all and they're that good. so it is quite a heartfelt season it is a tough season but i used to get so excited with the service because a lot of customers got fed it is about bloody time, 19 seasons but one thing i used to have sleepless nights over was when they go out on a reward and they were out for 24 hours i was thinking, "oh, geez, man, who is turning up tomorrow morning? security >> jimmy: no one people go missing? >> oh, man they went missing, but we had some very good producers, and you know what vegas is like. it is an amazing place >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> and it was -- i was on the edge two or three times, let me tell you >> jimmy: yeah i want to talk about "gordon ramsay's american road trip" because this sounds like something i would love to do,
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but i know it is work. but you don't make it seem like work whose idea was this to get in an rv and go around all of these great culinary spots of the country? >> yeah, i got a lot of flack back in the uk about the success in the u.s., and they sort of call me, you know, gordon ramsay, the american. >> jimmy: wow. >> because they think -- and so, you know, i said to two of my friends, i said, "i'm going to show you what this place is all about. i'm going to show you how good this country is. i'm going to show you how big, bold, tenacious, ambitious and amazing this country is. so fred, who is an amazing maitre' d' over here, sweet guy. the only problem is that he is french, so his sense of humor is also a little bit sort of lackluster >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> and then gino d'acampo, an amazing italian chef, and we go back imagine a couple of your mates from "snl" from 20 years ago, and so it is like joining up and traveling across the u.s. in this amazing rv and just showing them what america is
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all about. >> jimmy: i want to show everyone a clip from your special. here is a look at "gordon ramsay's american road trip." take a look. >> you've been digging for 15 minutes we have one clam >> here we go. here we go here we go >> where >> this side >> are you sure? >> put your hand in [ bleep ]. you got it [ bleep ]. >> don't lose this thing [ bleep ]. [ bleep ]. >> it was all the way down there. >> go on you've got to go down there. >> i've got it i've got it! >> can you feel it no way no way yes. >> jimmy: gordon ramsay, "hell's kitchen" returns this thursday at 8:00 p.m. on fox and you can see him in the special "gordon ramsay's american road trip," airing tomorrow night at 8:00 p.m., also on fox. vanessa kirby joins us after the break. stick around gordon, best to the family >> thank you, bud.
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this thursday. here is vanessa kirby. oh it is so good to see you happy new year >> you too, jimmy. happy new year >> jimmy: how was your holiday this year? i know it has been bizarre are you still quarantining with your sister? >> yeah, my sister my poor sister i've been quarantining for a a good near on oo year now >> jimmy: wow. getting to know you, yeah. >> yeah. wakes up every morning - >> jimmy: she is in the business too, isn't she? >> yes she is like an -- oh, my gosh. >> jimmy: what happened? did something fly out of your - [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i know your sister's profession she is a - [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, you don't see many of those. you don't see many people going for that profession anymore. >> i literally -- literally it wouldn't come out. maybe it can't
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[ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah she really is. she's one of the best -- i have ever seen. i love her work. you give her my best hey, i want to - >> i will. >> jimmy: vanessa, i heard you started a film club and i really want to know what you have been watching because i need some stuff to watch what is a film club and what do you guys do? >> jimmy, we have been through it all i got into a very serious state watching every director that i always known i need to watch i watched cassavetes because he is my favorite anyway. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, cassavetes >> fellini we watched too many fellini. my sister had enough by the end. and then we went through a a really good tom hanks' stage, which actually is like the most comforting i realize when you watch them in succession, it is so comforting >> jimmy: he's amazing, isn't he he is just so comforting >> got the best -- what is it? i can't -- >> jimmy: it is his voice, it is his face, it is his acting. i just love the guy.
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>> he is the most loveable >> jimmy: what is the recent one you watched of tom hanks >> "castaway." >> jimmy: oh, wilson >> i actually haven't seen "castaway" for a really long time >> jimmy: me neither does it hold up? >> have you seen it recently >> jimmy: no >> yeah, you does hold up. it kind of comes -- i had like a lot of dreams about it that night. >> jimmy: it is just him, right? >> jimmy, hold on this battery is going to die. let me just -- hold on one second >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. i'm ruining everything it is so funny >> no, no, it is not you the battery isn't plugged in for some reason. it just gave me a little alert sorry. just short circuited my computer >> jimmy: i have heard people call you bambi >> they do they call me bambi, yeah that is something that was - yeah, it stuck it stuck yeah >> jimmy: but that's a perfect example of that. it is like innocent, but, hey, my computer, my battery is dying. >> so plug in this rule number one, plug it in. >> jimmy: it is so funny because you are -- like you are
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a klutz? >> klutz, a yeah you know how bambi is on the ice, the legs? everything about it. always have been no -- like i don't have -- i have a real lack of current spatial awareness. >> jimmy: really >> like i don't see everything everything smashes >> jimmy: what was the thing about the bottle of water that was leaking? >> oh, gosh. that was a bad audition. i have had many, but it was particularly bad >> jimmy: please tell it please tell it i do love it >> it is just typical. it is typical. my friends were like, well, obviously. so i have to -- you know, it was a really big audition for me and i was so nervous, and for days like, i was really jet lagged anyway, i got in the room and there were like 30 execs in suits, you know. so i was just sweating anyway. i sat in the front and there's a big speech, this big, long speech, really emotional about, you know, my part having returned from vietnam and everything he went through and, you know, how i felt about it.
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and i started and 30 seconds in i thought, oh, god, what is that and i said, i could feel, i had a both of water in my lap, and i hadn't put the lid on properly and so drop by drop, and then eventually sort of a stream of water is, was just flowing down my leg and there was a big pool, a big pool and it was quite a large bottle it was right in my lap and there was this huge -- yeah >> jimmy: like, wow, i have never seen acting like this. >> and i left, and i was soaking and no one said anything either. >> jimmy: of course not. >> i just kind of like scuffled out. >> jimmy: just so embarrassing oh, gosh but you have to remember these stories because you -- please, write these all down because look at you now and look at where you, what you have done. i want to talk about your new film, "pieces of a woman." it is fascinating job by you, by everybody on that
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but can you explain what the film is about? >> "pieces of a woman" is the journey of one woman who goes through an unspeakable tragedy and navigates her way through after this, and we kind of - all of us have experienced loss in many different ways and you know the moment when your kind of reality just shatters and everything changes and everything is, the world is carrying on but your whole life is completely different and it will never be the same it is sort of how someone finds her way through that, the immense grief and the tough act together >> jimmy: i want to show everyone a clip. here is vanessa kirby in "pieces of a woman." >> what is wrong >> did you write that? >> yes >> you wrote that? >> yes >> well, that isn't my daughter's name. my daughter's name is yvette, starts with a y, ends with an e. yvette. >> i'm sorry >> don't blame him sean dictated it to him.
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>> yeah, great-grandmother, hungarian spelling, so it is not at the end - >> that doesn't make any sense at all because names are the last name, and we chose the american spelling for you. >> yeah, but it is a small detail >> small detail? >> yeah. >> yeah. yeah, yeah, right. not as -- it is a small detail small detail >> jimmy: vanessa kirby, "pieces of a woman" is currently in select theaters and begins streaming on netflix this thursday. thank you so much for being here it is always good to see you, pal. we will be right back with a a performance from sturgill simpson. stick around ♪
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>> jimmy: he is nominated for a grammy for best rock album, and his new album "cuttin' grass volume 2" is out now performing "life of sin" from "volume 1," here is sturgill simpson [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ lately things have been a little complicated quality of lif has got me down ♪ ♪ sex is cheap an talk is overrate and the boys and me stil working on the sound ♪ ♪ a little happines a little lov was all i wanted
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sure as hell thought i'd ♪ ♪ found it but i was wron she left my heart feelin taunted and my memorie all haunted ♪ ♪ but it's her i have t thank for all my songs so every day i'm smoking my brain hazy ♪ ♪ all i can do to kee from going crazy but the paranoia i slowly creeping in ♪ ♪ i keep drinking myself silly only way for this hillbilly ♪ ♪ and i thank god for this here life of sin ♪ ♪ ♪ every morning when i rise i look in the mirror and despis
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the sight of everything ♪ ♪ and all that i've becom the level of my medicating some might find intimidating ♪ ♪ but that's alright cause' it don't bother me non lately things have bee a little complicated ♪ ♪ quality of life has got me dow sex is cheap and talk is overrated ♪ ♪ and the boys and me still working on the sound ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: thank you all for watching stay safe out there. stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers. happy 2021, everybody. good night ♪ ♪


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