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Tom Holland Adorably Surpises Jimmy Kimmel's Spider-Man Obsessed Son on His Third Birthday - Watch!

Tom Holland is making Jimmy Kimmel‘s son Billy‘s day!

The 23-year-old Spider-Man star made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Tuesday (April 21).

During the interview, Jimmy asked for a favor for his son, Billy.

“I have a favor to ask of you. My son Billy turns three years old today, we watch both of your Spider-Man movies over and over and over again. We promised him that the real Spider-Man would come to his party. Now, of course, we were just going to hire a guy in a suit, but now nobody’s coming to his party. His party is just us, and I was wondering if you’d say hello to him,” he said.

Tom said he would “absolutely” love to, and Jimmy got his kids Billy and Jane, while Tom quickly changed into a red hoodie and gloves.

“That is Peter Parker!” Jane said.

“I’m Peter Parker, I live in Queens, New York, where do you live?” Tom said.

“We live in California!” Jane replied.

Billy was adorably shy throughout, while Jimmy and Tom sang him “Happy Birthday” as his mother brought out a Spider-Man-themed cake with a “3” candle.

Tom recently revealed he’s missing his “husband.” Find out who!

Watch the touching moment…

Jimmy Kimmel Shares the 'Pasta Tina' Recipe He Makes 'Almost Every Day' for His Kids!

Jimmy Kimmel is a chef!

The 52-year-old Jimmy Kimmel Live host shared the recipe for his easy pasta dish that he serves to his kids Billy, 2, and daughter Jane, 5, on his Instagram on Wednesday (April 15).

“For those who saw @TheEllenShow and anyone who’s interested in what I cook for my kids almost every day…,” he captioned the video.

“By request, this is my recipe for Pasta Tina, it’s one of few things my kids eat,” he explained, adding that they eat it “almost every day.”

The recipe has six ingredients: pasta, cannellini beans, chicken or vegetable base, olive oil, garlic and Parmesan cheese.

The “Pasta Tina” name was made up by his kids, and comes from the word “pastina,” a tiny pasta often served to babies and kids.

Watch Jimmy Kimmel make his famous pasta…

Lady Gaga Explains Why the 'One World' Concert Is Not a Fundraising Event

Lady Gaga is opening up about the upcoming special One World: Together at Home, which will air on April 18.

The Grammy and Oscar-winning entertainer has teamed up with the international advocacy group Global Citizen and the World Health Organization to curate the two-hour special, which she says will NOT be a fundraising event.

Gaga chatted with one of the three event hosts, Jimmy Kimmel, on Monday night (April 6) on his show Jimmy Kimmel Live.

“The money will actually be raised before the special and we will not ask you for money during the special for a lot of reasons, mostly because we’re very cognizant of the fact that unemployment is rising and also that people are having a very hard time feeding their children. We want everyone to enjoy this show,” Gaga said. She has already raised $35 million by reaching out to corporations and philanthropists and she isn’t finished yet.

Make sure to see the star-studded lineup of celebs who will appear on the special!

Jimmy Fallon, Stephen Colbert, & Jimmy Kimmel to Host Star-Studded Global Fundraiser for Coronavirus Relief

ABC, CBS, and NBC are teaming up for a historic global broadcast!

The networks are uniting to host a broadcast to raise funds and address the fight against the coronavirus in partnership with Global Citizen and the World Health Organization.

Hosted by Jimmy Fallon, Stephen Colbert, and Jimmy Kimmel, the special will be titled One World: Together at Home and will air on Saturday, April 18 from 8pm-10pm ET on all three networks.

The special will be raising money through the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund to support local and regional charities providing food, shelter, and healthcare to those in need amid the ongoing health crisis.

Lady Gaga will be curating the special with appearances by Alanis Morissette, Andrea Bocelli, Billie Eilish, Green Day‘s Billie Joe Armstrong, Burna Boy, Chris Martin, David Beckham, Eddie Vedder, Elton John, FINNEAS, Idris and Sabrina Elba, J Balvin, John Legend, Kacey Musgraves, Keith Urban, Kerry Washington, Lang Lang, Lizzo, Maluma, Paul McCartney, Priyanka Chopra, Shah Rukh Khan, and Stevie Wonder.

The special will be celebrating community health care workers who are working to fight to end COVID-19. It will also be educating and information viewers about risks and prevention of the virus with interviews from experts as well as stories from healthcare workers.

Make sure to tune into One World: Together at Home on Saturday, April 18!

Jennifer Aniston Helps Jimmy Kimmel Surprise a Nurse Who Contracted Coronavirus

Jimmy Kimmel is currently filming his late night talk show Jimmy Kimmel Live from the comfort of his home during the stay-at-home order and his latest guest is his longtime friend Jennifer Aniston!

Jen opened up about what she’s been doing while stuck at home and she talked about how being inside her house for long stretches of time is not a challenge. She’s now been locked inside for three weeks.

During a heartwarming segment, Jennifer helped surprise a fan named Kimball Fairbanks, who is a cardiovascular nurse in Utah and she contracted COVID-19 last week. She had to stop working and self-isolate without her two small daughters, so to thank her for her bravery and selflessness, the two stars surprised her with a $10,000 gift card to Postmates and additional gift cards for every nurse on her floor at the hospital.

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Eric Stonestreet & Jesse Tyler Ferguson Out-Prank Each Other on 'Modern Family' Set! (Video)

The joke is on Jesse Tyler Ferguson!

The 44-year-old actor and his Modern Family co-star Eric Stonestreet appeared on Wednesday’s (April 1) home-edition of Jimmy Kimmel Live! and got into the spirit of April Fool’s Day.

In honor of Modern Family coming to an end next week, host Jimmy shared a prank that Eric pulled on Jesse on the set of the hit ABC series before we were all in isolation due to the world health crisis.

“I have done a fair amount of pranks to Jesse, some small, some very small, some medium, some bigger pranks along the 11 years we’ve been associated,” Eric admitted to Kimmel.

In the clip, Jesse and Jimmy joined forces to get back at Eric, except there was one problem: Ferguson was being set up to be the victim once again. Ferguson planned to hook a forklift to Stonestreet‘s trailer and move it, then to get him with confetti. But Jimmy was involved, and the prank was on Ferguson the whole time. Stonestreet orchestrated for Ferguson to be doing his prank in a disguised earthquake simulator.

Check out the elaborate prank switch below…

Samuel L. Jackson Debuts Swear-Packed Social Distancing Poem on 'Kimmel' - Watch Here!

Samuel L. Jackson has a message for people during the global health crisis: “Stay the fu*k at home!”

While making an appearance on a home-edition of Jimmy Kimmel Live last night (March 31), the 71-year-old Avengers star encouraged people to practice social distancing and stay home.

Samuel debuted a new spin on the humorous children’s book “Go the Fu*k to Sleep” – both versions written by Adam Mansbach, which he narrated, modifying into a profane public service announcement about the global health crisis.

“People thought that would be the perfect time to bring that back,” Samuel told Kimmel. “I got a call the other day from Adam Mansbach, the guy that wrote the original ‘Go the F**k to Sleep‘, and we talked about what we could do remind people of social distancing and where we are in these times now. So he wrote a new poem, I read it and we want to present it to the public right now.”

The resulting poem has Jackson reading lines like, “Now technically I’m not a doctor / But motherf**ckers listen when I read a poem /So here I am, Sam F**cking Jackson / Imploring you: Keep your ass at home.”