"X Factor" judge Paula Abdul walked off the stage during a taping of "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" after being questioned over her decisions on the show, as well as Nicole Scherzinger's move that ultimately eliminated 13-year-old singing sensation Rachel Crow.
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GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain appeared on Monday night's "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" to discuss various topics, including the multiple sexual harassment allegations leveled against him.
When Kimmel asked Cain how his day was going, he replied, "Well, all things considered, I'm still alive."
Actress Olivia Wilde says she's being haunted by the Jonas Brothers.
While chatting with Jimmy Kimmel on Wednesday, the "Cowboys & Aliens" star explained she and a roommate recently moved into a house formerly owned by Kevin, Nick and Joe Jonas.
"They did leave behind some life-size cardboard cut-outs of themselves in the garage," Wilde told Kimmel. "I didn't even have to pay extra. So now they live in the house."
Wilde said her roommate has been having some fun with JoBro cut-outs, like when the actress sometimes wakes up with Joe Jonas standing over her. "We blame the Jonas Brothers for the lack of action in our house. It's the 'No sex hex'."
Check out the interview!
Singer Lady Gaga's concert performance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" rocked in Hollywood -- without any riots.
After a riot broke out in Hollywood on Wednesday for the Electric Daisy Carnival premiere, LAPD was prepared in case things got out of control at Gaga's appearance.
But the concert went on without incident. Lady Gaga wrote a note thanking police for keeping her safe, according to TMZ.com.
To thank her fans, Gaga performed six songs instead of the scheduled three. Watch below!
Talk show host Jimmy Kimmel will premiere a music video starring himself and R&B superstar Usher, as part of the the fifth installment of the "Jimmy Kimmel Live: Game Night" Primetime Special, airing Thursday, June 9.
Watch a preview!
Kimmel will also welcome L.A. Laker Ron Artest for an interview in which the basketball star discusses how his world championship team is not competing in the NBA Finals for the first time since 2007.
Tune in Thursday, June 9 at 7:00 PM for "Jimmy Kimmel Live: Game Night" on ABC.
Before Britney Spears took to Jimmy Kimmel's stage last night to perform her new single, "Till the World Ends," they showed footage of the singer inside a porta-potty about to do a stunt she would probably regret.
Thanks to Johnny Knoxville from "Jackass 3-D," Spears was locked inside the portable john lodged between bungee ropes before soaring through the air. The toilet bounced up and down and the pop star became part of what was called the "poo cocktail supreme."
"Twilight" cast members on location in the Vancouver area, including Taylor Lautner and Kristen Stewart, were evacuated Friday, according to People.
Production for the film "Breaking Dawn" was taking place in a town called Tofino, which sits on a long stretch of coastline on the west side of the island, about 5,000 miles from Japan.
The actors are not believed to be in any danger, but have moved out of the area due to North American West Coast tsunami advisories.
Talk show host Jimmy Kimmel also fled a small island in French Polynesia and tweeted, "We are evacuating the island. Dogspeed." When asked how scared he was on a scale of one to ten, Kimmel replied, "A solid seven. On an island, with no high ground."
At the Cartoon Network's first ever Hall of Game Awards, hosted by Tony Hawk, Lakers star Kobe Bryant received the King of Court Award. Tennis champ Venus Williams presented Bryant with the award, and the basketball great received a surprise video from some big fans... Justin Bieber and Jimmy Kimmel!
The Cartoon Network Hall of Game Awards airs tonight at 7:00 PM on Cartoon Network.
Check out the funny video!