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told Variety that she’s interested in her own show. “I have, obviously, very strong and loud opinions and I like to share them,” she admitted. “Especially during a time like this, it’s nice for a lot of people to have a female voice out there.”She used her “Kimmel” monologues to both poke fun and make statements on topics like the Supreme Court overturning Roe v.

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Paris Hilton confirms canceling dinner with President Biden to attend Britney’s wedding
Paris Hilton is finally talking about the important commitment she had to turn down so she could attend the wedding of her longtime friend Britney Spears with Sam Asghari on June 9.The DJ and reality star explained what happened during an interview with Jimmy Kimmel, confirming that she canceled an important dinner with President Joe Biden, where she was set to make a performance.And while Paris had mentioned before on her ‘This Is Paris’ podcast, that she had been invited to DJ at Biden’s Summit of Americas dinner at the Getty Villa in Los Angeles, the event was scheduled on the same night as Britney’s wedding.The President even offered Paris to fly her on a helicopter, however she did not think it was a good idea. “I was asked by President Biden and their team to go DJ that summit dinner with all the leaders of the world, but it was the same night as Britney’s wedding,” Paris said before.“And I’m like, ‘No, I’m not going to miss that.’ They’re like, ‘We’ll send a helicopter and you can fly back and forth’ and I’m like, ‘I’m not going to be the one landing in and out of Britney’s wedding in a helicopter.’ So I had to cancel on the president, sorry,” she shared.Paris went on to describe Britney’s wedding as “literally one of the most iconic nights of my life,” as she got to share the celebration with Madonna, Selena Gomez and Drew Barrymore.
Hollywood elite signs pledge to control on-screen gun violence
signed a pledge promising to portray guns in a responsible way onscreen.A batch of writers, actors, producers and directors — including Jimmy Kimmel, Mark Ruffalo and Amy Schumer — have endorsed an agreement titled #ShowYourSafety for Brady United.The organization is a gun-safety lobby launched in 1981 after Jim Brady, Ronald Reagan’s White House Press Secretary, was shot by a gunman who was attempting to assassinate the former president.“Hollywood has modeled positive culture change before: Seatbelt use, smoking, teen pregnancy, marriage equality,” the company explained on its website Monday. “Now, as America’s gun violence epidemic worsens, is the time to undertake a responsibility in storytelling depicting firearms and gun safety.”Other A-listers who notarized their signature include Debbie Allen, Judd Apatow, Betsy Beers, Adam Brody, Shonda Rhimes, Adam McKay, Liz Tigelaar, Chris Van Dusen, Krista Vernoff, Julianne Moore and many more.The petition does not ask Hollywood to rid of guns and gun violence on TV and film completely, but for creatives to be “mindful” of onscreen weapons and how they are depicted.The pledge implored “America’s storytellers” to entertain audiences, but also to “acknowledge that stories have the power to effect change.”“Guns are prominently featured in TV and movies in every corner of the globe, but only America has a gun violence epidemic,” the memo went on.
James Christian Kimmel (born November 13, 1967) is an American television host, comedian, writer, and producer. He is the host and executive producer of Jimmy Kimmel Live!, a late-night talk show that premiered on ABC on January 26, 2003 at Hollywood Masonic Temple in Hollywood, California; and on April 1, 2019, at a secondary home, the Zappos Theater on the Las Vegas Strip. Kimmel hosted the Primetime Emmy Awards in 2012 and 2016, and the Academy Awards in 2017 and 2018.