Our top moments of the week:
13. Best Honesty, Part I: When Zoe Saldana stops by Jimmy Kimmel Live!, she isn't afraid to reveal why she's talking more slowly than usual — because she's really hungover! Saldana explains that she drank eight or nine glasses of wine with her Star Trek cast after the film's Mexico premiere and ate huevos rancheros at 4:30 a.m. before (almost) vomiting at the airport. "I don't know what time it is right now," she says. "Literally, I don't." Um, it is...
Big Bang Theory star Kaley Cuoco is almost always a red carpet standout, but at this year's Screen Actors Guild awards the actress turned heads for her somewhat shocking new hair style: bangs. The clip-on style fringe received scathing reviews from critics and fans alike.
On Thursday's Jimmy Kimmel Live, Cuoco explained that the last-minute bangs were actually a cover-up for stitches and a black eye. Apparently she was rehearsing with her co-star Johnny Galecki before the big event, and while the two were supposed to have a fake physical fight, Cuoco actually banged her head.
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This week, Jimmy Kimmel interviewed fans at the Coachella Music Festival about some hot new bands — the only problem is, the bands don't actually exist. But that didn't stop festival-goers from gushing about them. Elsewhere, Saturday Night Live's Kate McKinnon did her best Ellen DeGeneres impersonation in front of Ellen herself, and Boardwalk Empire's Steve Buscemi discovered a family connection with the band Vampire Weekend. Also, in random celebrity strokes of genius, Tilda Swinton led the audience at Ebertfest in a dance to Barry White in remembrance of Roger Ebert, and Buscemi's Boardwalk castmate Michael Shannon did a dramatic (and NSFW!) reading of a nasty letter from a sorority president. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of Top Videos:
Aw shucks, y'all -- Duck Dynasty ends its third season Wednesday night.
That is god-dog bad news for the people who enjoy watching forest-dwelling duck-hunters trade jokes.
Wait, what — you've never seen Duck Dynasty?
In a nutshell: A&E's Duck Dynasty follows the Robertson family like Keeping Up with the Kardashians follows the Kardashians. It's a modern-day Beverly Hillbillies, except it's apparently real.
Fourth of July weekend will be an especially memorable one for Jimmy Kimmel.
Kimmel is set to marry his fiancée, Molly McNearny, the weekend immediately following the holiday, the New York Post's Page Six reports.