Watch Eminem perform ‘Venom’ from atop the Empire State Building

When you’re Eminem and you’ve done everything from winning countless awards and selling millions of albums to starring in a movie, how exactly do you top that? Apparently, the answer is to head to the top of the Empire State Building. On Monday (Oct. 15), the Detroit-based rapper was the musical guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live! where he treated fans to a prerecorded performance of his latest single, “Venom.”

During the appearance, the real Slim Shady took his show to new heights when he headed to the iconic New York City’s skyscraper. Throughout the eight-minute clip, the musician raps the lyrics to the track as he makes his way from the ground floor of the building to the top where he is surrounded by nothing but fog, colorful flashing lights, helicopters, and the New York City skyline.

Halfway through the clip, Eminem’s microphone begins to malfunction in front of an elevator. When the elevator opens, Kimmel’s trust companion Guillermo is there.

“Hey are you going up?” the rapper asks.

“I think so…hey you need a microphone?” Guillermo responds.

Cue one of the most awkward elevator rides of all time with the rapper dropping some information about the historic building as an elevator music version of the song plays in the background.

Watch the complete video above.

“Venom” is featured in both Sony’s antihero film “Venom” and on Eminem’s recently released album, Kamikaze.

The musician’s surprise tenth studio album marks his return to the music world following the release of his lukewarmly received ninth studio album, 2017’s Revival.

Unlike Revival, Kamikaze was met with generally positive reviews from critics and fans alike. The album debuted at the number one spot on the Billboard 200 chart. Kamikaze earned Eminem his ninth number one album, tying Garth Brooks and the Rolling Stones for the fifth-most leaders in the chart’s history.

The only other artists to earn more number ones are The Beatles (with 19), Jay-Z (with 14), Bruce Springsteen (with 11), Barbra Streisand (with 11) and Elvis Presley (with ten).

Watch Panic! at the Sisqo Perform “The Thong Song”

Just when we thought that Jimmy Kimmel had wrapped up one of his biggest music-centric skits, the late night host is back with it. Over the last couple of months, Kimmel has been getting two unlikely bands/artists together to perform one of the two artists’ songs. The only thing that could tie them together is how close in relation their names are.

Back in December, Fall Out Boy and Boyz II Men did a mashup of “Motownphilly,” so nothing should be surprising at this point. On Monday (Feb. 15), Kimmel gave us another edition of Mashup Monday, with Panic! at the Disco and early-2000s artist, Sisqo. The name of the joint effort? Panic! at the Sisqo, of course. As for the track, it was the song that made Sisqo a household name at the time, “The Thong Song.” Check out the video for the latest Mashup Monday below and try not to scratch your head and go “what the…” throughout the video.

While this is on a whole other level of crazy pairings, the pairing for Panic! at the Disco’s upcoming summer tour is not that out there. This summer, the Las Vegas band will head out on the North American road for a co-headlining tour with Weezer. The trek will get support from Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness. For the complete list of tour dates, go here.

The co-headlining summer tour is in support of Panic! at the Disco’s recently released album, Death of a Bachelor.

Watch Weezer Perform on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’


Last week, Weezer gave their fans some of the best news when they revealed that they would in fact be releasing a new album later this year. They added onto the good news when they premiered their third single off the album, “King of the World” and then confirmed a co-headlining tour with Panic! at the Disco in the summer. During a late night appearance on Tuesday evening (Jan. 19), the California group showed those watching the show on TV just what to expect during the upcoming summer tour.

Taking to Jimmy Kimmel Live!, the band performed lead single, “Thank God for Girls” and their second single, “Do You Wanna Get High?” off of their upcoming new album, The White Album. Check out both videos of the live performances below.

Weezer’s upcoming self-titled album is set to be released on April 1. For those who are confused about the title, the new record will officially be a self-titled. Since the band has previously released two other self-titled records, they have become known as the color of the physical album. Their first self-titled was 1994’s The Blue Album which gave us hits like “Buddy Holly,” “Undone – The Sweater Song,” and “Say It Ain’t So.” Then, in 2001′ they released The Green Album which gave us songs like “Hash Pipe” and “Island in the Sun.” And now, in 2016, we will be getting The White Album, not to be mistaken for the Beatles’ album of the same name.

Weezer’s last studio album was 2014’s Everything Will Be Alright in the End.

Watch Fall Out Boy Go “Motownphilly” on ‘Jimmy Kimmel’

Fall Out Boy and Boyz II Men?

If you’re confused at the moment don’t be. During a recent appearance on Jimmy Kimmel’s late night show, Jimmy Kimmel Live! both the Chicago-based band and the Philadelphia R&B vocal group hit the stage together all thanks to the late night program.

Over the past few Mondays, the late night show had been participating in something called “Monday Mashups.” The mashups would include two unlikely bands/artists coming together to perform a song. The catch? They’re names are the only thing that can tie them together. On Monday (Nov. 30), Fall Out Boy had revealed they would be performing with Boyz II Men on the show, but kept the rest quiet.

Turns out, the two groups participated in a cover of the Philly band’s hit song, “Mowtownphilly.” Check out the performance below.

Fall Out Boy recently released Make America Psycho Again, a remixed version of their recently released record, American Beauty/American Psycho. While there are currently no plans for a brand new album, the four-piece will be hitting the road in early 2016. Dates for the “WINTOUR” can be found here.

Walk the Moon Bring a Kids Choir to Late Night


For anyone who has seen a Walk the Moon show, which we were lucky enough to attend last month, then you know the kind of high energy shows they put on. While appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Tuesday night (Nov. 17), the band brought the party to the television screens of those watching the late night program. The Ohio-based band took the stage to perform their current single, “Different Colors.”

While they are an entertaining bunch on their own, they decided to add something extra to the performance; a bunch of kids signing back up. Yup, they had a choir of kids singing the lyrics to “different Colors” alongside them.

Check out the video of Walk the Moon (and the kids) performing “Different Colors” below.

Walk the Moon recently wrapped up the second North American leg of their “Talking is Hard Tour.” The European leg of the tour is set to begin next Tuesday, Nov. 24, at the Queen Margaret Union in Glasgow. Before heading across the pond, the band will perform at this year’s American Music Award set to take place this upcoming Sunday, Nov. 22.

Lamb of God Bring the Circle Pit to Late Night

Have you ever seen a circle pit form during a performance on a late night talk show? Well, if you haven’t (we are the first to admit that we’ve never seen it happen), then there’s definitely a first time for everything.

During their late night performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Lamb of God fans got so into the band’s two performances that they started a circle pit. In the video for “Still Echoes” you can see a man in a suit get pushed into the pit which is definitely a “what the…?” moment. Check out the band’s performances of “512” and “Still Echoes” from their recently released album, VII: Sturm und Drang below.

Lamb of God is currently on Slipknot’s “Summer’s Last Stand Tour” which is slated to end next Wednesday, Sept. 9, at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in Houston. Tonight, the tour will invade the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. The remaining tour dates can be seen below.


8/28 Las Vegas, NV @ MGM Grand
8/29 Phoenix, AZ @ Ak-Chin Pavilion
8/30 Albuquerque, NM @ Isleta Amphitheater
9/1 Austin, TX @ Austin360 Amphitheater
9/2 Houston, TX @ Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

Watch The Avengers Play ‘Family Feud’ on ‘Jimmy Kimmel’

Family Feud is probably one of the best shows to watch if you ever need a good laugh. Whether it’s the fighting among the family or the things that come out of contestants’ mouths, there’s always something to laugh about.

Come on, there are so many compilations of Steve Harvey’s face when people say inappropriate things to last us the rest of the afternoon.

So what happens when you take the cast of The Avengers and put them in the Family Feud set up?

Hilarity, of course.

Last night, during their promotional round on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Jimmy Kimmel pitted the cast against each other in Avengers Family Feud.

Family one, also known as “The Americas” featured Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, and Jermey Renner while family two also known as “The Mans” included  Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, and Chris Hemsworth.

So many arguments and disagreements made the audience and viewers crack up including listening to Scarlett and Chris H. argue over whether or not “yoga instructor” qualifies as a profession that wears tights. Scarlett said “no” while Chris kept insisting on “yes.”

Guess who was right?

Anyway, check out the eight minute video below.

The Avengers: Age of Ultron hits theaters on May 1st.

Jimmy Kimmel Posts New “All Music Edition” of #MeanTweets


One of Jimmy Kimmel’s funniest sketches comes courtesy of all the negative posts people send across Twitter about celebrities then having said celebrities go on his show and read them out loud (some of them having laughing fits along the way).

This week, we got a new all-music edition of the sketch in honor of the Grammy Awards set to take place this upcoming weekend.The cast of musicians include some of pop’s biggest artists and some fellow Grammy nominees as well.

Musicians like Josh Groban, Drake, Katy Perry, Sam Smith, Lady Gaga, and more take a crack at reading the mean tweets because nothing shows you have a sense of humor about those “haters” than reading those hateful messages out loud and laughing (all the way to the bank) about them in the process.

Check out the new edition below.

The 57th Annual Grammy Awards will air live this Sunday, Feb. 8, beginning at 8 P.M. EST on CBS.

Fall Out Boy Perform “Centuries” on ‘Jimmy Kimmel’


It’s been a week since Fall Out boy premiered their new song, “Centuries” and last night, the band took to Jimmy Kimmel Live to perform it live for the first time.

The live performance, which can be seen below, feature some crosses in the background which makes us wonder if they will play a key part in the look of the new album (or maybe just the track). If you don’t remember too far back, fans that were fortunate enough to make it to the recording of the official music video for the song took picture of a wooden cross.

Check out the live performance.

“Centuries” will be featured on Fall Out Boy’s upcoming record that was almost certainly confirmed by bassist, Pete Wentz. As of now, there’s no projected release date nor a title for the record yet. Rumor has it that they might name it Centuries. Guess we’ll have to wait and see.

Watch 50 Cent Go All ‘MaleFiftyCent’


50 Cent was probably the worst person in the history of the MLB to throw out the first pitch at a game, but even the rapper got a laugh out of it, claiming his crappy pitch was due to “extensive masturbation.”

Now, the rapper is back with something new for fans and haters a like that is also very funny, his own version of the box office’s hit film, Disney’s Maleficent starring Angelina Jolie. His parody, titled MaleFiftyCent, was all for Jimmy Kimmel’s late night show, Jimmy Kimmel Live.

With a tagline like “Get witch or die trying” and the hip-hop remixed version of the story, of course all we can do is sit back and laugh.