Howard Stern’s FULL INTERVIEW on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Jimmy Kimmel is in New York, where he interviewed Howard Stern at the Brooklyn Academy of Music for his late night show Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Recently Jimmy Kimmel has been receiving criticism for his political speeches during the shows opening monologue. Alex Jones has even accused Kimmel of receiving “talking points” from Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer.

“I will say I talked to Chuck Schumer three times for, probably, a total of less than eight minutes,” said Kimmel.

Earlier this month, Kimmel tearfully spoke about Las Vegas shooting that occurred at Jason Aldean’s concert in his hometown. He used that monologue to advocate for gun control, even stating that Republicans including President Trump “should be praying for God to forgive them for letting the gun lobby run this country.”

Jimmy Kimmel: Howard Stern’s audacity and force rivaled only by Kim Jong-un

Jimmy Kimmel recently wrote a column for the Hollywood Reporter explaining why Howard Stern is New York’s most powerful man.

“Though I have no doubt he will make me regret having written this, I hope it is a reminder of how much his work means to me and so many others.”

At 6-foot-12 and 104 pounds, Stern is the most powerful man in New York. In a city bursting at the streams with podcasts and pundits, Maddows and Mirandas, Stewarts and Stephanopouli, Howard is lord of an extraterrestrial radio oasis, an FCC-free forum on which major celebrities and slow adults (some are both) are given equal time and consideration.

The scope of the show is staggering. An hour in-studio with Paul McCartney might be (and was) followed by an hourlong phone call with “Jeff the Drunk” — a dead-armed alcoholic calling from a trailer in upstate New York.

Howard is probably most famous for his early work popularizing lesbianism and repurposing butts as bongos, but those who followed him to satellite radio know he is far more than just a “shock jock.” He is the rare broadcaster with integrity. Howard’s rules will not bend just to get a booking. When you sit on his couch, you know that no subject is off-limits.

The foundation that has been laid by years of refusing to compromise is strong, and as a result, Howard’s interviews with movie stars, comedians, musicians, and politicians go deeper and further than any in broadcasting.

Guests are determined to impress him. The A-listers who once “ran for zee hills” now line up to be examined and blessed. No less than a future president of the United States (out of respect for the office, I won’t say which) once rated women on a scale of one to 10 just to ingratiate himself with the King of All Media.

I’ve heard Howard’s voice more than that of any other human being, my mother’s included. I’m not alone. After a visit to The Howard Stern Show, the feedback I get is immediate and intense. Seemingly normal men and women reveal themselves to be otherwise by shouting, “Great job on Howard!” and “I love you on Stern!” No compliment tickles me more.

When Howard announced his move to Sirius in 2006, the company had 600,000 subscribers. Eleven years later, that number has increased 50-fold. SiriusXM has more than 31 million paying customers — and Howard’s listeners are not passive fans. This is a show that compels men who sell medical equipment to scream “Baba!” and “Booey!” at golf tournaments. My neighbor had twin boys last week and implored his wife to name them Sal and Richard, after two maniacs on Howard’s staff.

Is that enough power for you? If not, know that Howard named not one but two channels after himself. Howard 100 and Howard 101 run nothing but Howard, Howard and more Howard 24 hours a day in a show of audacity and force rivaled only by Kim Jong-un.

From this day forth, let New Yorkers from here and far join in worship and praise for our Dear Leader, Howard Stern.


“After a visit to The Howard Stern Show, the feedback I get is immediate and intense,” Jimmy continued. “Nothing tickles me more.”

Jimmy Kimmel roasts President Trump at Oscars

Long time friend of the Howard Stern show and 89th Academy Awards host Jimmy Kimmel told the Oscars audience he was awaiting President Donald Trump’s tweets in response to his opening monologue — where he implied President Donald Trump is racist and that the foreign viewers watching the awards show “now hate us.”

“We don’t discriminate against people based on what countries they come from. We discriminate against them based on their age and weight.”

While introducing Academy President Cheryl Boone Isaacs, Kimmel said she is “a rare president, a president who believes in both arts and sciences.”

“We have no tolerance for fake news. Fake tans we love, but fake news?” Kimmel spoke too soon not being able to foresee that the award for Best Picture would be mistakenly presented the to the wrong movie – making it the biggest fake news event in Oscars history.

“I’m not the man to unite this country,” Kimmel said, adding there were millions and millions of people watching the award show at the moment. He urged everyone watching to “have a positive considerate conversation not as liberals or conservatives but as Americans – if we all did that it would make America great again. It starts with us.”

Howard Stern on Jimmy Kimmel Live

“I was born in Bay Ridge. I grew up in Mill Basin. Tonight, I have returned to save my people from the storm,” Kimmel kicked off his monologue. “Thank you for ignoring the local authorities to be here tonight for our first show…Mayor Bloomberg will be here shortly to have you arrested.”

There were no working stoplights anywhere in New York City on Tuesday, but Ronnie the Limo Driver managed to navigate the watery thruways and deliver Howard Stern safely to Jimmy Kimmel’s set in Brooklyn. Howard played the full clip of his “JKL” appearance on Wednesday morning’s Stern Show, and then launched into about Kimmel’s entire family showing up to hang out in his dressing room while he was trying to prepare for the show.

Stern and Jimmy Kimmel hate Jay Leno

Howard Stern isnt the only person that hates Jay Leno in Hollywood. In an interview that was done in New York this week, the “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” host said “fuck him” when asked for his thoughts on Leno. He also recalled the last time he spoke to Leno which was when he went on his primetime show back in 2010 and proceeding to bash and mock him on the air for taking “The Tonight Show” back after NBC became unhappy with the Conan O’Brien’s performance as host in terms of ratings:

“It was probably my proudest moment … People, it turns out, really don’t like Jay Leno. We have not spoken since that time.” – Kimmel

Jimmy & Molly Kimmel

Jimmy Kimmel with his wife Molly Kimmel come in to be interviewed by Howard Stern.

In an interview with Howard Stern, Kimmel unveiled that he did cut out a joke for the Correspondents Dinner about Rick Santorum and his wife’s actions following the death of their infant child:

“Newt Gingrich’s campaign is so dead, Mitt Romney wants to baptize it and Rick Santorum wants to put it in a jar and show it to his kids.”

Jimmy at The White House

Courteney Cox interviewed by Jimmy Kimmel

Although Cox had called Stern’s show to promote “Cougar Town,” she ended up telling his listeners how she’s been celibate since she split from husband David Arquette.

She told Jimmy Kimmel “It was such a weird thing, because I’m so used to David doing Howard Stern.” Arquette’s a Stern show regular, but in October 2010 he infamously called into the show and admitted on-air that he’d cheated on Cox.

Cox’s appearance on the radio show provoked a hilarious reversal of roles for the separated couple.

“He would go on all the time,” said Cox “and always regret for talking so much. He couldn’t help it, and he was like ‘I hope you’re not going to be mad at me.’ … This is the first time that I actually called him and I was like ‘I hope you’re not gonna be mad at me.'”