Somehow, we have all been duped into believing that sparkling water with a faint hint of what could be a flavor is the most amazing thing in the world. Look, I believe La Croix is great, I just think we've been tricked. It seems like a joke primarily, but not only, because no one knows how to say the dad-gum name of the dad-burnt drink.
Julie Bowen Says Dolly Parton is the Original Oprah and She Was the Most Popular Person at the EMMYs
Julie Bowen is a staple on primetime TV as Clare Dunphy on "Modern Family." That also means Bowen is a staple at the EMMYs every fall, as the show is always nominated.
This year, Bowen was seated behind Dolly Parton, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin and she just couldn't keep it together.
Bowen told Jimmy Kimmel, "OMG, this is, of course, the ladies of '9 to 5'. We were so excited... everybody came over to take a picture with Dolly Parton. I'm not kidding. Everybody! I think Oprah may have. She is the original Oprah. She is the goddess of all goddesses... I couldn't work up the courage to talk to her...Dolly Parton is so beloved... she's got a theme park. Very few people can do that."
Love him or leave him, Trump is a fascinating President. He is unprecedented in many ways and is changing the way the White House is run. But that world is notoriously protected by wall of political jargon and, well, literal walls, leaving many of us with guesses as to what goes on behind closed doors. Former Communications Director Sean Spicer knows exactly what Trump's administration is like and in a 20 minute conversation with Jimmy Kimmel, he let us peek in on that hidden world.
Half of the pictures in my phone are screenshots. The internet and social media are so fleeting, sometimes you just have to snap a shot of a nice or funny moment as a keepsake. But sometimes, you find something weird, something inexplicable that you just have to screenshot before it goes away forever. What!? Something weird on the internet? Yes, believe it or not, it happens. "The Tonight Show" is now enshrining these incredible moments and PTL, because they are amazing.
Sometimes, in this industry you get to hear albums before they're released to the public. I heard Maren Morris' Hero a couple months before she released it last summer. I listened to "Rich" on repeat. It's just such a jam. And needs to be played on repeat just because it's such a jam.
For her most recent performance on "The Tonight Show," Morris brought in a horn section to fill out the sound and of course, she didn't disappoint.
Unfortunately, she had to sing the edited version, but undoubtedly one of the catchiest phrases to come out of Nashville in a decade is, "shit. I'd be rich."
You Have to Hear the Hilariously Awful Way Jennifer Lawrence's Mom Told Her About Her Horse Dying When She Was a Kid
If you weren't aware, Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence grew up on a horse farm in Louisville, Kentucky, breaking in untrained stallions.
When not modeling for Abercrombie & Fitch as a teenager or riding horses, J. Law was also a high school cheerleader-- something she told Jimmy Fallon she was "very proud of."
During her most recent appearance on "The Tonight Show," Jennifer told Jimmy about a tragic happening during a cheerleading competition that involved her beloved horse, Bones-- and the most mom move ever-- delivering timely information in a very untimely way.