tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC June 18, 2015 11:35pm-12:38am EDT
>> jimmy: thank you very much hi, everyone. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks all of you for coming. it's a good day. it's -- summer is almost here. we're getting close to the weekend. it's a holiday weekend. are you ready for father's day? why don't i believe that? father's day is a day you talk to your father and talk to him for four seconds and he hands it to your motor. father's day became a holiday 58 years after mother's day became a holiday, which sounds about right. dads don't want anything. all we want is to be left alone with an ipad on the toilet, to be honest with you. if you are looking for a fun and memorable father's day gift, i have just the thing. our father's day youtube challenge. we do this every year.
it's become a cherished tradition. this is where you get the opportunity to do something weird to your dad on tv. i believe this is the fourth year we've done this. the first time we asked people to spray dad with a hose. that went great. >> hey, dad. >> aah! [ bleep ] what are you doing aah! stop. >> son of a -- >> why is anyone doing anything? it's a good question. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: this year we have a new prank for pop and you're invited to take part. what i'd like you to do is make your day a father's day breakfast, serve it to him in the shower. shoot it and upload to it youtube with the title, hey jimmy kimmel i served my dad
breakfast in the shower, so we can find it. shoot it from the waist up, youtube will take it down if you don't. we ask that no dads be harmed in the making of this video. do not, for instance, bring a toaster into the shower with you. again, hey jimmy kimmel i served my dad breakfast in the shower. i want you to post the video, look for a youtube message from us, and we'll share the best ones on the show next week for father's day. this i think you will like. we went on the street to ask people who were with their fathers to tell us one thing they've done that they've never told him about. something dad was unaware of. and some of the answers we got were potentially problematic. >> what's one thing you've done you've never told your dad? >> something i've never told my dad was one time at my lakehouse, i had a bubble bath. and i let the faucet keep running and the bubbles started lifting up and it splashed everywhere. like the bathroom. so i didn't know but the walls
were wet. can we know what to do so i took a hair dryer and started blowing the walls and it burned the walls -- >> is that what that was? >> yeah. then they had to redo the bathroom. i kept it a secret. so, yeah. >> now we know. the mystery's solved. >> when they used to take my cell phone away when i would get in trouble, i bought a track phone that i secretly had. so i still have a phone but they never knew about it. >> i never knew that. >> i feel bad. >> i feel like she deceived me. >> i got a tattoo about a year ago. >> what? >> where? >> on my hip. >> we'll talk about this later. >> we were in vermont this past winner at an 8-person party. a fight broke out and the cops came. multiple holes were put in the wall. >> so that's where all the toilet paper went, i guess? >> yep. >> makes sense.
>> oh, oh, we had stole a bubble gum machine and went to mcdonalds and tried to get something with it. but it was like 15 cents in there. >> that's good, that's not too bad. >> what's one thing you've done you've never told your dad? >> when we had a dog, i fed him five popsicles in a day. >> why? >> he like the it. >> you fed the dog popsicles? >> yep. >> whoa. i guess that's why the dog's not with us anymore. >> jimmy: you can't feed the popsicles to a dog. i've always said that. sad news to share with you, the world's oldest person has died. again. third time this year. someone is killing the world's oldest people and we do nothing about it! this is jeraline from inkster,
michigan, born in 1899, she lived through two world wars, the invention of the airplane, and at least five justin bieber haircuts. she really saw it all. so now the new oldest person in the world, another american, a woman named susannah jones, who lives in brooklyn. she's 115. and i worry that something might happen to her too, i really do. unfortunately, very sadly for jeraline, she did not live long in touf see this. by popular demand we have a taco emoji. there was no taco emoji. [ cheers and applause ] there was actually a campaign for this. more than 32,000 people signed a petition to lobby for a taco emoernlg g emoernlg gee and they got it. activism at work. if you signed a petition for the taco emoji and didn't vote in the last election, you should be sterilized, you really should. it's unclear when the taco emoji
will be available on our phones. it's exciting because soon we'll be able to text this to each other. and i tell you what. we'll never have to use the term "make love" again. sunday in case you didn't know is the first official day of summer which means i will finally be able to wear my cute new sandals. [ cheers and applause ] you know the seasons don't change much here in hollywood. the only way you could tell that it's summer is the guy who dresses as spongebob outside our theater smells about 30% worse than we do. easily does. there is a great video from a beach? croatia. this is summer fun. you see a guy playing frills bewith what i think is supposed to be frisbee with another guy. although the way they're playing it, it's hard to tell. is this how frisbee in croatia is played?
i mean -- i don't understand how no one around them is bothered by this. no one steps in? i'm surprised those guys even know hue did uow to use the oce honest with you. [ cheers and applause ] meanwhile, this is really crazy. in the city of amidbad, in india, urinating and defecating in public is a major problem. according to the world bank 53% of indian households do their business in the street. it's such a big issue in india that unicef produced -- this is a musical public service announcement they produced last year. this is not a joke. this is not something we made up. this is a real thing called "take the poo to the loo." ♪ let's take the poo to the loo ♪ ♪ let's take the poo to the loo ♪ ♪ let's take the poo to the loo ♪ ♪ let's take the poo to the
loo ♪ ♪ let's take the poo to. loo ♪ let's take the poo to the loo ♪ ? why must this be taught? this is so -- i guess the cartoon didn't work because people are still doing it and authorities in amidbad are plan diagnose pay people to use the toilet. for real. citizens will be played one rupee every time they use a toilet instead of the street. it's basically government-funded potty training. and the hope that is people get used to it then they will do it without being paid. right now the focus is on spreading the word. i'm hoping that this psa will help. >> the streets of amidbad, they are meant for walking, dancing, shopping, conversing, and laughing. they are not meant for pooping. hi, i'm saman patel. why go on the streets when you can turn your poop into cold, hard cash?
cash for poop! cash for poop is there to encourage residents to make poopies for rupees. >> i made a rupee! >> i made a rupee! >> i made five rupees! >> i'll keep you posted! >> don't waste your waste. use cash for m ochlmpoop! because [ bleep ]! >> paid for by city council. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have to take a break. but when we come back, and i promise we will, i have an exclusive interview with one of donald trump's brothers. so stick around, we'll be right back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. jack black, kid oong is on the way. donald trump is running for president, which so far i have to say is everything i could have hoped for and more. [ laughter ] future president trump made his big announcement tuesday in front of a packed crowd of very passionate supporters who were so it seemed, according "the hollywood reporter," someone from trump's camp hired actors to go to the press conference to hold up signs and cheer for him. you know, he said he was going to create jobs. [ laughter ] trump's spokes people are denying these allegations. they said they did not hire actors, those people were regular fans. but the casting agency that suppose lid sent out the job
listing refused to comment. and i don't blame him. it's embarrassing. the political equivalent of paying kids to come to your birthday party. either way it has been a fun 72 hours with trump in the race. former toronto mayor rob ford weighed in to show support for donald trump yesterday. so that's -- i don't know if you can have a canadian running mate but worth checking into. this is exciting. we were able to contact donald trump's brother, gordon trump, who's never done a television interview before. we reached out to him and graciously he agreed to chat with me. so please, we're going to the wall of america now on the big cisco screen. [ cheers and applause ] please welcome donald trump's brother gordon. hello, gordon. >> hey, jimmy. call me the gordo. >> jimmy: all right. the gordo, okay, that's good. >> donnie is the donnie and the gordo is the gordo? okay, the go gordo. i can see the family resemblance. why have we not seen you
anywhere before? >> i stay pretty busy running my incredibly successful, highly lucrative, blue chip chain of fro-yo stores. >> jimmy: how many stores do you have? >> one, jimmy. >> jimmy: okay. >> but -- it's the number one fro-yo store in the entire tri-county northeast region. i've changed the game, jimmy. before me there was no fro-yo, there was just frozening y yogu. what i did was a completely ingenious idea. i took the word frozen, i took the word yogurt, i smashed them together to create the most amazing outside the box name. you know what i called it jimmy? do you want to know, do you want to know, do you want to know? >> jimmy: like froyo? >> exactly, froyo. more specifically, more specifically, trump froyo. >> jimmy: trummmp, okay, why three ms? >> fantastic question for
somebody like you. >> jimmy: oh. thank you. >> i dedeuced the letter "m" is the most powerful letter in the entire english language. it stands for money, macho, mansions, millions of dollars, monique, mr. roboto, moulin rouge, monchichi, macgyver, most importantly it stands for mmm-mmm mm delicious. that's why i decided to use trip bell the power of the letter "m." and the donnie threatened legal action if i used the regular spelling. >> that makes more sense. do you and donald get along? >> the donnie, the donnie, jimmy. >> jimmy: sorry, do you and the donnie get along? >> of course, we do, thick as thieves. >> jimmy: have you ever worked together? >> we tried to work together. but you've got to realize that you can't have two alpha males in the same company. he it's like silverback gorillas in the wild. plus i was stealing office supplies. >> jimmy: oh, all right.
and now he's been very successful, he's trying to get to the white house. do you think he will make a good president of the united states? >> of course i do. the donnie loves this country more than anyone i know. and i know over 100 million people. >> jimmy: wow. >> it's true? that's a lot of people. >> donnie loves -- the donnie loves everything american, except for his wives, he likes those to be from slovenia. >> jimmy: okay. guillermo, what are you doing? you were here a minute agowhat are you doing? >> guillermo: i was hungry, jimmy. >> jimmy: you're supposed to be at work, get back to work, come back here. thank you so much, the gordo, it was a pleasure to meet you. >> thanks, jimmy. jimmy, don't forget to rate me on yelp. six stars. >> jimmy: okay, i think they only have five but thank you. >> no, no, they added an extra one for me. anything less is unamerican. like your friend elguillermo. >> jimmy: that is gordon trump.
>> jimmy, jimmy, jimmy! >> jimmy: yes? >> you're frozen. >> jimmy: okay. thank you. gordon trump, everyone. brother of donald trump. [ cheers and applause ] one more thing, it's thursday night, which means we bleep and blur the big tv moments of week. it is time for "this week in unnecessary censorship." [ cheers and applause ] >> it's been hard to get to this point -- i've been on the [ bleep ] of this four times. >> do you find lebron's [ bleep ] attractive? >> steve kerr. i'm not going to allow you to [ bleep ] me, sir. >> we [ bleep ] 2 trillion [ bleep ] in iraq. 2 trillion. >> the pride parade in west hollywood is colorful. you've got the aptly named dudes with [ bleep ]. >> it is that time of year when there are days when it's too hot to [ bleep ]. >> no more excuses, [ bleep ] till the cows come home.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, there. tonight, from the show "transparent" on amazon jeffrey tambor is here. later this album is called "reflection." fifth harmony featuring kid ink from the at&t stage. we have a great week for you. we will be joined next week by jon hamm, wanda sykes, jada pinkett-smith, lindsay kaplan, jeffrey dean morgan, music from
robert delong, a thousand horses, nate roos, and sheila e. sitting in with cleto and the boys. our first guest tonight is a golden globe-nominated actor, a grammy-winning performer, a hoffable man. "the brink" premieres sunday night on hbo. please say hello to jack black! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪
>> jimmy: at the end of this decade i'm going to give out an award for greatest entrance of the decade. and i can't promise you're going to win because we have five years to go. you will definitely be nominated. >> i'm in the running, nice! >> jimmy: you will definitely be nominated. [ cheers and applause ] >> appreciate it. how you doing? i went with the i don't give a [ bleep ] entrance. i got my back to you. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. it was theatrical, i like it. >> it just came to me right before you opened the door. >> jimmy: you didn't write that? >> no. maybe i wrote it a little bit. on the way here. how should i come in? >> jimmy: how you doing? you have two little boys. >> i do have two boys. now they're 7 and 9 years old. they just had their birthdays. >> jimmy: do they have father's day plans for you? >> you know, i'm going to europe to do promoting. >> jimmy: oh. >> big hollywood jack promotions in europe. >> jimmy: i see. >> so i'm not going to be home for father's day.
so there's probably going to be some like skype on father's day. >> jimmy: those are the worst. >> it's kind of sad. >> jimmy: skype father's days are the worst. >> it's like people when the audience should say aww. [ audience: aww ] >> it doesn't workfy tell you to do it. >> jimmy: what kind of a dad are you? disciplinarian? i'm guessing no? >> why are you guessing no? it doesn't seem like i can crack the whip? no, no, i bring down the hammer. with regard to schedule. that's my main thing is. bedtime, dude, what are you doing awake? bed! brush them teeth! you didn't brush long enough! i'm actually kind of an a-hole. >> jimmy: really? >> i'm like, get up! you're not going to be late to school! >> jimmy: what time is bedtime for a 7 and 9-year-old? >> around eight-ish. >> jimmy: see, the ish means you're not a disciplinarian. >> i play it pretty loose. >> jimmy: i would think so, you must play it pretty loose.
>> it's also loose when it comes to -- this is my worst fathering thing is the screen time. i'm pretty lazy. my main fault as a father is letting them have a little too much screen time. >> jimmy: oh. >> then i will bring the hammer down and say, how much screen time have you had? no more screen time! then i'll ob my screen. they'll call me on the hypocrite card. i'm working! you're just messing around! but i do my best. i do the best i can. >> jimmy: are you like an activities kind of guy where you organize things, we're going to go do this? >> we do stuff. we get -- mostly it's backyard shenanigans because i'm famous and i don't like taking pictures. >> jimmy: right. >> signing autographs. it's like, we're flinging the frisbee in the backyard! we're going to pitch a tent in the backyard, do a little backyard camping! >> jimmy: really? that's fun. >> yeah, there's good stuff. i mean, i buy a lot of toys that are for them but really they're for me. like i like the blaster gun where it shoots out like little flying saucers.
>> yes. >> those nerf. >> jimmy: flying saucers, yes. >> it's hard to cock them so you have to be an adult to do it and i have a really good time watching them run from my mega blaster. run! exercise! >> jimmy: are you into -- you're like a coach or into sports or anything like that? >> there's no real organized sports. yeah. that's my failure so far. well, my youngest likes to do soccer. >> jimmy: are you an exercise guy? [ laughter ] >> whoa, the laughs? why is that hilariouhilarious? because i'm heavy, okay. you know what? as a matter of fact, i am an exercise guy. >> jimmy: you are. >> but not in the classic sense. [ laughter ] >> i'm not like -- there's not a lot of cardio but there is like some exercise to stay limber, to stay fresh, to stay alive. i do it for circulation. to get the blood pumping to all
the organs of my body. and it's a new thing where i'm like, screw losing weight. that's not -- i already have made peace with that. it's not going to happen. >> jimmy: okay. >> i'm so hungry. right now. >> jimmy: right. >> all the time. but i figured out, there are ways to be healthy and fat and that's a new book that i'm writing, "healthy fat." i'm not sure, it might be "happy fat." it's fat and positive. it might be "sexy fat." >> jimmy: i like "sexy fat." i think that's the one to go with. >> yeah, "sexy fat" is the snappiest. >> jimmy: it is definitely the snappiest. >> i started writing it kind of, conceptual phase. >> jimmy: let's try to finish it in the commercial break and when we come back you'll have a whole book. >> "new york times" bestseller. "s "sexy fat." >> jimmy: the show is "the brink." we'll be right back with jack black! >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series presented by at&t. mobilizing your world.
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[ laughter ] >> jimmy: burrito? oh, yeah, they don't have them -- l.a. is like pakistan with burritos. >> yeah i'm excited about it. >> jimmy: you're working with tim robbins on it. >> yeah, my buddy tim robbins, who, you know -- i got my career started with tim robbins. he cast me in a play. you don't know about this. [ cheers and applause ] when i was 13 years old he cast me in a play. >> jimmy: excuse me one second. >> mr. black? >> yeah. >> i'm here for the father's day massage. >> yeah. >> and my daughter told me to be ten minutes early. >> okay. yeah. well, you are a little bit early. but that's fine. >> jimmy: what is going on? >> i'm sorry, jimmy, i started a service where people can have massage from their favorite celebrities. and i -- is it all right if i go ahead and do this? >> jimmy: now? >> yeah. so why don't you just come around here and we'll get started. >> you started a company? >> yeah, a little something for
money on the side. >> jimmy: oh. >> but -- right here. here you go. [ cheers and applause ] >> it's called starski and touch. father's day is kind of like our busiest season -- >> ugh! >> do you have your gift certificate? there we go. okay. let me just get this out -- a code puncher. and boop. >> jimmy: that's how they do it? >> yeah. so -- >> okay. well. okay. anyway. you're talking about tim robbins, i think. >> we're going to need a little earl here. >> jimmy: yeah -- >> tim robbins. i was in a play with tim robbins when i was 13 years old. >> jimmy: really? >> he's a brilliant director. you know what, bro? you've got a monster knot right here. it's hard for me to get at it from this angle. do you mind taking off the robe and getting up on this table? >> no. >> cool. >> jimmy: what table, my table?
[ cheers and applause ] >> it's hard to get a google on him. anyway. yeah [ cheers and applause ] >> working with tim, it was kind like a reunion. >> jimmy: yeah? >> because -- yeah, because like i said, i did that play when i was 13 years old. but then i also was in the first movie he ever directed, "bob roberts." >> jimmy: oh, yes. >> arrgh! >> is that good? >> arrgh! >> let me know if it's too much, if the pressure's too much you let me know, or too soft, also let me know. >> excuse me. >> hi. >> i have a gift certificate for the father's day special. >> yeah -- oh, okay. you know what? just take a seat on the couch and relax. there's some cucumber water and magazines behind the cushion, i'll be right with you. >> i'm a little pressed for time. >> jimmy: yeah, me too, i'm pressed for time also. >> jimmy, mind taking care of him? >> jimmy: i actually would
rather not -- oh, there are magazines back there. you may be jeffrey tambor can take care of him. >> that would be great, is jeffrey tambor available? >> jimmy: oh, no. [ cheers and applause ] hey, jeffrey? jeffrey, i was going to -- >> jimmy? >> jimmy: i was going to ask if you could help out with the dad massage but you have your hands full. >> i wish i could help you. it's a with season. >> jimmy: guillermo, you're eating yogurt? yes, okay, very good. >> guillermo: almond fudge. >> jimmy: this seems like a good time as any to take a break. "the brink" sunday nights on hbo, jack black. we'll be right back with jeffrey tambor! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by schick hydro. with a great shave, epic things happen. check them out at epicbarbershop.com.
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played some of the best characters on some of the best tv shows ever. he was hank on "the larry sanders show," george and oscar on "arrested development." now mora, formerly mort, on "transparent. >> i'm sorry, dad, can you help me out here? are you saying that you're going to start dressing up like a lady all the time? >> no, i mean all my life, my whole life, i've been dressing up. like a man. this is me. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: transparent" is available on amazon.com. please welcome jeffrey tambor! [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: great to have you here. of these three great shows that you've been on, for which do you get recognized most frequently? >> i would have to say -- well, george senior in "arrested development." i get a lot of the -- [ cheers and applause ] i get a lot of people screaming in my ear, "no touching!" there's always bunny and the banana bank. when i go to a holt, it's a good chance that the chef will have sent up frozen bananas. >> jimmy: oh, really? because of your character on the show? >> right. >> jimmy: i hate frozen bananas. >> you do? that's great. what do you do with them? >> i wait for them to melt. guess what they don't do? melt. and you don't want to put them in the hallway because the chef will get pissed off. >> jimmy: yeah, right, rude. >> you can't put them in the toilet, although they are ergonomically correct to go down
there, but -- so you -- >> jimmy: they won't go down the toilet? >> they will -- but you have to call people afterwards. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, that's a weird call to make. >> then i get "hey, now." >> jimmy: hey now, yeah, of course. [ cheers and applause ] >> and i know you're a friend of howard. >> jimmy: howard stern, yes. >> i think 20 years ago, i did his show, 4:00 in the morning out here. he said, by the way, would you lay that down? i said, hey now. that's what's on there now. >> jimmy: yeah. it lives. it lived forever. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's something that i think is something he says a lot. because of you. as a talk show host, it is a thrill to look at you and say, oh, it's like "the larry sanders show" and here's the guy. was that part written for you? >> no, i was auditioning for something else and a guy alan zie bell said, you're not right for this, get out. no, he said, you're not right for this but can i caligiuri?
a gary? i had an audition at 5:00, i left my house at 12:00 and i drove in a circle around los angeles just slowly but surely. at 5:00 i got there. and i auditioned. and i was so nervous. in the audition, and it's on the dvd take, on the audition -- i did it with gary. when gary's character made a move to leave, i picked up the whole couch and i put it in front of the door. and from that moment i had the role. >> jimmy: you turned an audition into an abduction is what you did. >> yes. and later i got so nervous, i called him at 5:00 in the afternoon. he was at his gym. and i got him. to come to the phone. and i said, i must play this role, i have never done this before in my life. and he said, yes, but hank does. >> jimmy: hank would, yes. >> yes. >> jimmy: very hank, very hanky.
hank would have went to the gym and spotted him. >> yes. >> jimmy: speaking of great television shows, you were on "the love boat" more than once, yes? >> yes. i had such a bad experience i decided to do it twice. [ laughter ] listen, gavin and all people out there, this is not -- i come from broadway. i thought it was a big deal. they paid me five grand. i did "the love boat." i was horrible. >> jimmy: were you? >> no, horrible. >> jimmy: how would anyone know on "the love boat" if someone was horrible? >> there's a thing at the end. jack jones is it? >> jimmy: the theme song. ♪ love exciting and now and they put your name and up you have to go around like this. i was so screwed up. they went, action! ♪ love exciting and i went -- i was like this. >> jimmy: we actually have that video. well, roll that.
let's see. ♪ the love boat soon we'll be making another run ♪ ♪ the love boat promises something for everyone ♪ [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: do you keep in touch? >> do i keep in touch? >> jimmy: with shirley the seal? >> the seal got better billing than i did. third billing. >> jimmy: i want to mention this new show "transparent." it's really a fantastic show. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you are unbelievably great in it. and what -- i mean, really. like, what fortune to have a role like this come to you. >> yeah. >> jimmy: for them too, for you to play it. >> jill salaway is a genius. i always say that she gave me the greatest role of my career. i mean, i'm going to be 71.
>> jimmy: wow. [ cheers and applause ] >> but that's in 20 years. no, i'm going to be 71. and roles don't come across like this. >> jimmy: they sure don't. >> and i thanked her, you know, for giving me one of the great roles ever. and also giving me one of the great responsibilities ever. because. >> jimmy: for sure, yeah. >> matuura is transitioning, shs a member of the transgender community, she's changed her life. our show asks the question, if i change will you still love me? will you still be there? people are really, really responding to it. people are loving it. it's very -- >> jimmy: it's a great show. you're fantastic in it. it's called "transparent." you can get on it amazon prime. the great jeffrey tambor, everybody. we'll be right back with fifth harmony and kid ink!
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>> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by at&t. mobilizing your world. >> jimmy: i want to thank jack black, jeffrey tambor and you can see this weekend at the end of the mountain gods resort in new mexico. apologize to matt damon. we ran out of time. "nightline" is next. but first, this is their album "reflection." here with the song "worth it" with some help from kid ink, fifth harmony. ♪ kim, are you ready? ladies, let's go. ♪ give it to me i'm worth it baby, i'm worth it uh huh i'm worth it ♪ ♪ gimme gimme i'm worth it give it to me i'm worth it ♪ ♪ baby i'm worth it uh huh i'm worth it gimme gimme i'm worth it okay i tell her ♪ ♪ bring it back like she left some bring it bring it back like she left some ♪ ♪ in the club with the lights off whatchu acting shy for
come and show me ♪ ♪ that you're with it with it with it with it with it stop playing ♪ ♪ you know that i'm with it with it with it with it with it with it ♪ ♪ whatchu acting shy for just gimme you just gimme you just gimme you that's all i wanna do ♪ ♪ and if what they say is true if it's true i might give me to you ♪ ♪ i may talk a lot of stuff guaranteed, i can back it up i think i'm a ♪ ♪ call you bluff hurry up i'm waitin' out front uh huh ♪ ♪ you see me in the spotlight ooh i love your style uh huh ♪ ♪ show me what you got cause i don't wanna waste my time uh huh ♪ ♪ see me in the spotlight ooh i love your style uh huh show me what you got now ♪ ♪ come and make it worth my while give it to me i'm worth it ♪ ♪ baby, i'm worth it uh huh, i'm worth it gimme gimme i'm worth it give it to me i'm worth it ♪
♪ baby i'm worth it uh huh i'm worth it gimme gimme i'm worth it it's all on you ♪ ♪ it's all on you it's all on you so what you wanna do and if you don't ♪ ♪ have a clue not a clue i'll tell you what to do come harder just because ♪ ♪ i don't like it like it too soft i like it a little rough not too much ♪ ♪ but maybe just enough uh huh see me in the spotlight ooh i love your style ♪ ♪ uh huh show me what you got 'cause i don't wanna waste my time ♪ ♪ uh huh see me in the spotlight ooh i love your style uh huh ♪ ♪ show me what you got now come and make it worth my while give it to me ♪ ♪ i'm worth it baby i'm worth it uh huh i'm worth it gimme gimme i'm worth it ♪ ♪ give it to me i'm worth it baby i'm worth it uh huh i'm worth it ♪
♪ gimme gimme i'm worth it ok i tell her bring it back like she left some bring it bring it back ♪ ♪ like she left some in the club with the lights off whatchu acting shy for come and show me ♪ ♪ that you're with it with it with it with it with it stop playing ♪ ♪ you know that i'm with it with it with it with it with it whatchu acting shy for ♪ ♪ uh huh see me in the spotlight ooh i love your style uh huh ♪ ♪ show me what you got cause i don't wanna waste my time uh huh ♪ i'm worth it ♪ ♪ baby i'm worth it uh huh i'm worth it gimme gimme i'm worth it give it to me ♪ ♪ i'm worth it baby i'm worth it uh huh i'm worth it gimme gimme i'm worth it ♪ ♪ give it to me i'm worth it ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
this is "nightline." >> tonight, church massacre. we're on the scene as a community in shock rallies together in the face of grief. what we're learning tonight about the accused mass murderer who allegedly opened fire on a bible study class, killing nine people, including a state senator. how much did others know about his plan for an attack? and breaking barriers. these women are noteworthy for more than their unusual costumes. race, sexuality, and gender identity all playing starring roles in "orange is the new black." >> unbelievable that a black transgender woman is sitting here. >> tonight the actresses get candid with amy robach. >> it's great maniy in here. >> about real-life stories that have changed them on and off the show. but first,
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