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Jimmy Kimmel is a married man once again after he and longtime love Molly McNearney said "I do" in a star-studded wedding in Ojai, Calif., on Saturday.

Jimmy Kimmel and Molly McNearney Photo

McNearney, a co-head writer on Jimmy Kimmel Live, walked down the aisle with her father. At the end of the ceremony, they exited to "My Sweet Lord."

All told, there were around 300 guests, among them:

Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner, Matt Damon, Jennifer Aniston, Justin Theroux, Ellen DeGeneres, Portia De Rossi, Emily Blunt and John Krasinski.

Dating since the summer of 2009, Kimmel proposed to Molly McNearney while on vacation in South Africa's Kruger National Forest last August.

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Despite his proclivity for portraying eccentric characters on the big screen, Johnny Depp is known for being especially quiet and reserved in real life.

Which is what made his appearance last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live so unusual: within seconds of sitting down, Depp popped right back up to plant a kiss on the host.

First on the cheek... and then on the mouth! See for yourself:

The actor was on hand to promote The Lone Ranger, but talk first turned to his past as a musician... the recent Supreme Court decision in favor of gay marriage... and G.I. Joe versus Barbie.

Watch the video now to see learn which iconic figure Depp prefers.

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Prepare yourselves. Jimmy Kimmel, Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx have premiered an official music video for "(I Wanna) Channing All Over Your Tatum."

The song, which plays off the actor's unique name, was first composed and hilariously performed by Foxx on Jimmy Kimmel Live back in February.

Now it's gotten the music video treatment, featuring the likes of Olivia Munn, Gabourey Sidibe, Miley Cyrus and Kimmel himself. Take a look below:

Under the awesome pseudonym 4 Chainz, Jamie Foxx raps:

"See that foxy girl turning up that heat / Make her take them heels off / Got them tattoos on her feet and it's you / She wanna Channing all over your Tatum!"

What does "Channing All Over Your Tatum" even mean?

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Twitter's ability to quickly connect common folk with celebrities, political figures and athletes has changed modern media and communications forever.

It's also fed the formidable beast of anonymous online trolling.

In honor of the NBA Finals, Jimmy Kimmel put together a special hoops edition of Mean Tweets, in which famous people read horrible things written about them.

The segment's concept is as simple as it is hilarious.

Watch Blake Griffin, Chris Paul, Metta World Peace, Shaq, Kobe, Rajon Rondo and others recite some of the best Tweets they've received from morons below:

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It's official*: Jimmy Kimmel makes way too much money.

The comedian has apparently answered the question of Who the Heck Would Pay $1.9 million for a Painting of Bea Arthur Nude with the following:

I would! As a joke at the expense of friend Jeffrey Ross!

Jeffrey Ross with Bea Arthur Nude Painting

"Biggest surprise of my life. Thank you @jimmykimmel - the most generous guy in the world! #BeaArthur," Ross Tweeted yesterday, along with the above photo.

There's been no official word from anyone in Kimmel's camp yet, but the host apparently wrote back: "@realjeffreyross Bea is watching over all of us, but especially you."

Amen, Ross replied, while the rest of the world sighed, slapped our foreheads... and laughed hysterically.

*UPDATE: Kimmel has Tweeted that it's all a joke and the painting in the picture here is merely a prop.

“Contrary to ‘news’ reports, I didn’t buy the Bea Arthur painting – not even for @realjeffreyross - but I did buy the Mona Lisa Lampanelli," wrote the talk show host online.


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The Bachelorette Desiree Hartsock made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live the other night, and it was a bit awkward ... which is standard for Des.

Still, it began to encroach into awkward awkward ... not cute awkward.

Obviously, she's not gonna give away The Bachelorette spoilers or anything. But when Jimmy started asking her about Sean Lowe? A tad uncomfortable:

She'd "probably" have accepted his proposal? Seriously?

Maybe she's just being honest and was that into the guy, but you have to wonder from a girl who just came off her very own special journey for love on ABC.

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The Baby Bachelor is back for a second, adorable installment!

As we break down The Bachelorette spoilers and await Monday's premiere on ABC, Jimmy Kimmel's cute, late night parody is becoming a viral hit.

The fake show premiered last week, starring Kimmel's nephew Wesley as a love-seeking young fellow who courts and dates 25 female toddlers.

Here's the sophomore episode of The Baby Bachelor:

While the first episode introduced Wesley and his ladies, the second episode brings us the season's group date. Paste is eaten. Tales are tattled.

As the emotionally volatile and desperate girls stoop to new lows in an attempt to stand out from the field, we learn the most important lesson yet:

Nap time is not an excuse to miss the Dinosaur Ceremony.

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Wesley is looking for love.

Sure, he still lives with his parents, and spends most of his free time playing with dinosaur toys, but he's a cutie with a baby face and a heart of gold.

He's also Jimmy Kimmel's nephew. In a spoof of ABC's hit reality dating show, the talk show host decided to make him the first ever Baby Bachelor!

Take a look below:

Wesley looks like a true gentleman, opening doors for the ladies, grabbing hands, even giving one a kiss on the cheek when she’s crying. What a guy.

As for the real show and what we can expect when Desiree Hartsock's journey for love begins May 27, follow the link for The Bachelorette spoilers!

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Last week, Jimmy Kimmel aired another edition of "Celebrities Read Mean Tweets" on his show. If you have not seen it, the segment's name says it all really.

Jessica Simpson, Jessica Alba, Kelly Ripa and many others recite harsh words that people on Twitter have said about them in recent weeks.

For Kelly, Jess and Modern Family's Julie Bowen, the haters bashed their weight, while Ray Romano and Zach Braff drew comparisons to fecal waste.

Gwen Stefani, meanwhile, makes some people want to "kill myself and then puke" with her band's music. Pretty standard. Check out the fun clip below:

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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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