Jimmy Kimmel Asks Coachella Attendees About Bands That Do Not Exist

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Jimmy Kimmel took his recurring “Lie Witness News” segment to Coachella last weekend, in an effort to get the perspective of festival-goers on various bands.

Ones that do not actually exist.

“Music fans love knowing about bands no one else has heard of," he dryly noted, then decided to take this idea to an entirely different, absurd level.

"So we sent a camera crew to Coachella, and we asked people walking into the venue what they thought about a bunch of bands whose names we made up.”

Among the awesome band names Kimmel and his correspondent invented: Dr. Shlomo & G.I. Clinic, The Chelsea Clintons and Get The F**k Out of My Pool.

Two Door Cinema Club is actually real, however, to make it even more confusing.

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