Jimmy Kimmel turned 50 on Monday, and to celebrate, the staff on his show pulled out all the stops, bringing together a group of celebrities to read mean tweets about Kimmel and looping in J.J. Abrams to create a surprise movie trailer for a comic book Kimmel drew as a kid.
To the point: "Jimmy Kimmel put yourself in my shoes, ' she read". "Your eyes look like vaginas". You can probably guess which Kimmel frenemy played the villain. It was Kimmel monologue, when he returned to the show after taking time off to be with his family, about his son's birth and what Trumpcare would mean for parents in a similar situation but lacking his bank account, that triggered Kimmel becoming a reluctant figure in Donald Trump's culture war.
Kimmel and West had engaged in a Twitter fight after the late-night host mocked a rambling interview West gave to the BBC.
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While most celebrities read tweets from the public, Kim exposed one from her husband Kanye West, which was posted during Ye's feud with the birthday boy back in September 2013.
Most of the tweets were, as expected, hilariously bland. "Oh no that means you would have gotten too much good p-- in your life", West tweeted in all-caps.
Clearly Kimmel and West are on good terms these days, since Kardashian West used the old tweet as part of Kimmel's mini birthday roast. Alongside the iconic pairing of Affleck and Damon, the trailer also features Jennifer Aniston, Zach Galifianakis, Jason Bateman, Will Arnett, Cousin Sal, Jon Hamm, Shaq, Ty Burrell, Billy Crudup, Jake Tapper and Wanda Sykes.