Watch Jimmy Kimmel Interview Shirtless Men on the Street During an L.A. Heatwave

Watch Jimmy Kimmel Interview Shirtless Men on the Street During an L.A. Heatwave

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There’s been a heat wave in Los Angeles, with temperatures surpassing 100 degrees. Thankfully for us, one way the hot men of L.A. cope with the high temps is by taking off their shirts, as Jimmy Kimmel shows us in this man-on-the-street segment from last night.

The segment titled “Are You Wearing a Shirt?” introduces men only from the neck up. The audience then has to guess whether or not the subject is wearing a shirt. Some of these very hot specimens happen to be half-naked, and we’re not complaining.

Watch Jimmy Kimmel interview shirtless men here:


Kimmel recently gave an interview himself with CBS’ Tracy Smith, where she asked the popular late night host about his recent turn for more politically charged content.

“It’s a bit of a risk that you’re taking, talking about that stuff?” Smith asks. “You might lose the audience.”

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“Yeah, I mean, I saw, I don’t know if it was a study or a poll, some combination of those two things, that, like, three years ago I was equally liked by Republicans and Democrats. And then Republican numbers went way down, like 30% or whatever. And, you know, as a talk show host, that’s not ideal. But I would do it again in a heartbeat.”

Smith next asks, “So you don’t mind if Republicans turn off your show, they’re not watching anymore?”

“I don’t say, ‘I don’t mind.’ I’d love for everyone — I want everyone with a television to watch the show, Kimmel responds. “But if they’re so turned off by my opinion on healthcare and gun violence, then I don’t know. I probably won’t wanna have a conversation with them anyway.”

“Well, not ‘good riddance,’ but riddance!”

Watch that Jimmy Kimmel interview right here, too:

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