Jimmy Kimmel Monologue Hilariously Scored By Dancing Judge (VIDEO)
Jimmy Kimmel hilariously had “Dancing with the Stars” head judge Len Goodman score his monologue on Wednesday’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” At various points during the host’s opening, Goodman would hold up paddles to rate Kimmel’s jokes. “Be honest,” Kimmel encouraged. “I can take it.”
Kimmel began with a joke about Scotland’s bid for independence, and Goodman gave him an 8. He noted, “It was going to be a 7, but it finished really good.” The judge said the host’s next bit about Kim Jong Un earned him a 7 because it was “good, but not great.”
Kimmel then introduced his audience to the C-String, a new undergarment for men that really needs to be seen to believed. The comedian sent a camera crew to the streets to see whether or not strangers would be willing to try on the C-String. Audience members then had to guess if the person in question eventually put on the undergarment. This was Goodman’s favorite segment thus far. After getting a score of a 9, Kimmel gave Goodman the C-String to pass on to his fellow “Dancing With The Stars” judge, Bruno Tonioli. There was also an amusing bit with Cousin Sal and his “hidden camera friends.”
“Dancing With The Stars” kicked off on Monday, with Goodman giving solid scores to “Duck Dynasty” star Sadie Robertson and Alfonso Ribeiro of “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” for their debut dances. Check out the video below, and tell us what you think!