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Jimmy is still hanging out in Orlando this week, and he visits Universal Studios in Orlando with comedian Kevin Hart, who loses his shit on a roller coaster.
But the highlight of the night came in the form of the greatest man ever to live, the King of the Parrotheads, musician, author, entrepreneur extraordinaire, Jimmy Buffett. The meeting of the Jimmys was pretty fantastic.
Jimmy Kimmel decided to screw with Metta World Peace, which is one of Kimmel’s favorite pastimes, this time recruiting all-star power forward for the NY Knicks Amare Stoudemire to help him out.
Dave sat down with every guy’s dream girl Olivia Wilde, and, of course, being the man that he is, he asked her about getting naked and filming nude scenes for her new movie “Third Person.” You’re doing God’s work, Mr. Letterman.
Dave also had Shep Gordon on the show last night, and if you don’t know who that is, he’s a legendary talent manager who represented the likes of Blondie, Groucho Marx, Luther Vandross, Anne Murray and, most notably, Alice Cooper, who Gordon helped achieve superstardom. Gordon is the subject of a new documentary called “Supermensch,” directed by Mike Meyers, who became friends with Gordon while making “Wayne’s World.” He also created the Celebrity Chef phenomenon, so if you’ve ever zoned out for 12 hours watching the Food Network, you have Shep Gordon to thank. Watch the interview, it’s incredibly fascinating stuff. I mean, he talks about Janis Joplin getting banged and how Jimi Hendrix told him to become a manager. That’s worth the price of admission.