Jimmy Kimmel covered the musical parody titled “Trumped” after the Oscars. It had Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick in it.
Jimmy Kimmel introduced the wonderment of the large screen in a post-Oscars production titled Trumped. There was some baggage on board the enterprise and that was in the form of Presidential candidate, Donald Trump.
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Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick play two quirky characters that hire a man to run for president and then dump him when their goal of raising the funds is reached.
Kimmel made some remarks about #OscarsSoWhite. He appeared for a photo opportunity alongside Chris Rock who was the host of the Oscars.
Jimmy Kimmel managed to blurt out the words that it was a night of controversial happenings. Then he mentioned that it was also a night of extreme awareness that got spread on a worldwide level.
Also Kimmel stated the brutal fact that many white people must have felt very uncomfortable when the cameras were focused on them since the race question had them on their toes as regards their complicity in the subjugation of ethnic monorities in America.
He finally wisecracked that there was one way that a minority actor could have grabbed an Oscar and that was if Steve Harvey announced a winner.
Kimmel commented rather sarcastically about Leo DiCaprio. He remarked that everyone was saying that this was Leo’s year. The fact of the matter was that this man was so famous that he had sex every night, 365 days a year, with a new Victoria’s Secret model.
So he probably has had his fill of years since 1991. Jimmy Kimmel introduced his novel project which was about a Mr. T lookalike. Matt Damon tried to sneak his way into a shot with Kimmel’s after-party correspondent but he failed desperately at the task. Kimmel dismissed him with a “you’re gross” remark that had his trademark stamp of caustic and vitriolic wit.
Damon has yet to come on Kimmel’s show. But since he is in The Martian this year, his wish may come true. Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick managed to reprise their roles as two fundraisers who support a presidential candidate in an effort to raise some cash.
This was in Kimmel’s musical parody titled Trumped. When they reach the quota of millions of dollars, they tell him to buzz off since that was all they wanted from the dumb oaf. This was in fact a tongue in cheek parody of Donald Trump and his haughty, blustering mannerisms.