‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ roasted on ‘American Idol’ judge Steven Tyler with his latest “Creepy Leer of the Night” after Thursday night’s Hollywood elimination rounds. “The 60 singers that survive tonight will go to the show’s first ever Las Vegas round next week,” Kimmel explained. “Great, another place where Steven Tyler won’t hit on anything over 16.”
The comedy bit at YouTube has since been removed.
‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ joked about Steven Tyler’s behavior towards young female contestants on ‘American Idol’ during his monologue the other night. “Steven Tyler is apparently under the impression he’s part of a reality dating show,” Jimmy joked. “He looks at these young girls like a rottweiler looks at roast beef.”
Video of the Aerosmith singer get a surprise visit from Chris Hanson of ‘Dateline NBC’ and one of his creepy leers at YouTube have since been removed.
The ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ monologue featured a bit with Steven Tyler after the Aerosmith singer reportedly performed a couple songs through the intercom system at Home Depot.
The ‘Home Depot Tour’ ad via Jimmy’s YouTube has since been removed.
Bring Me The Horizon drummer Matt Nicholls and Black Tide guitarist Austin Diaz showed off their rapping and memory skills, performing Biggie Small’s ‘Gimme The Loot’ very late at night on the Kerrang! Tour. Watch the clip via YouTube below.
The Flaming Lips are out with the trailer to the Oklahoma band’s upcoming science fiction feature film ‘Christmas On Mars’. A DVD release will be preceded by a number of screenings at rock venues in time for the holiday season. Watch the trailer at YouTube.
The Cab documented their time in Los Angeles filming their new video for ‘I’ll Run’ in a webisode on their YouTube channel. Alex described the video’s theme as “time stands still” while Cash Colligan and Alex Johnson argued about Cash’s styrofoam cup “invention”. Watch the clip below.
David Letterman joked during his Late Show monologue on Tuesday night, “Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee are back together. They’ve already scheduled their first domestic disturbance for Thursday.”
In a skit on ‘The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson’ on Wednesday night (January 2), Craig played the role of U2 frontman Bono considering writing a WGA strike song in a conversation with “The Edge”, with the help of some little people. The comedy clip at YouTube has since been removed by CBS.
Conan O’Brien joked during his Late Night monologue on Friday night, “Ozzy Osbourne’s in the news. Ozzy Osbourne had to pay a hotel in Oregon $200,000, after he set off fireworks indoors. Now, $200,000 may sound like a lot, but it’s actually only a small fraction of Ozzy’s annual budget for indoor fireworks damage.”
Craig Ferguson joked during his ‘Late Late Show’ monologue on Tuesday night, “Sharon Osbourne and her husband Ozzy are auctioning off three houses of old worthless stuff – their old clothes, their old furniture, their son Jack… Here’s how it works: You go to his house, you take what you want, and Ozzy doesn’t remember owning it, so it’s just fine.”