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Last October, Jimmy Kimmel Live ran a segment of Lie Witness News that exposed hipsters at Coachella as not actually knowing anything about music.

Last night, meanwhile, the comedian was up to a similar trick, this time sending a reporter to New York Fashion Week.

She questioned attendees at this annual event about fictional runways shows and imaginary, including “Chandler Bing,” “Betsy Ross” and “Phil Robertson."

She also asked folks about Heidi Klum’s "faceplant" at Alexander Wang, which never happened, and for their takes on a new “headless dress," which doesn't exist.

See their hilarious responses below:

Thank you, Jimmy Kimmel, for giving us a reason to care about New York Fashion Week that has nothing to do with Kendall Jenner.

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NFL stars past and present - from Michael Strahan to Clay Matthews to former Justin Bieber nemesis Keyshawn Johnson - took part in our favorite television segment last night.

Oh, yes, they read mean Tweets about themselves on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

And some of the mean Tweets were especially creative, such as this diss aimed at Strahan:

Michael Strahana’s teeth are having a middle school dance, where the boys stand on one side of the room and the girls on the other.

Someone sign this user to a book deal!

Who else got slammed and in what ways, for what reasons? Click Play and find out now!

HA! We love it.

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So, men... have you or haven't you?

There are photos out there of Jennifer Lawrence nude. And Kate Upton nude. And Kaley Cuoco nude.

They're just sitting on the Internet, a few clicks away. Everyone is talking about them. Many people are urging folks NOT to check them out.

But, come on. Be honest. You can tell us the truth: have you taken a look?

This is what Jimmy Kimmel asked random men on the street last night, hilariously polling the audience before each answer to gauge what they thought each interview subject's response would be.

Have most of them snuck a peek? Find out now!

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Well played, Jimmy Kimmel Live.

On last night's edition of this talk show, the host interviewed Kim Kardashian, asking her about Kanye West, the couple's wedding and a lot more.

He also challenged the reality star to a diaper-changing race.

Elsewhere, a correspondent made up lies about Barack Obama in honor of the President's birthday. And, naturally, pedestrians believed each and every one of them.

(NOTE: President Obama would never take Instagram photos in an Oval Office ball pit. Joe Biden, however? Well...)

Relive this edition of Lie Witness News and toggle through many other Jimmy Kimmel Live skits we've loved of late below:

Lie Witness News: Barack Obama Birthday Edition!
Jimmy Kimmel Live makes up stories about Barack Obama for this edition of Lie Witness News. And everyone believes the lies!

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The U.S. Men's National Team lost to Belgium yesterday, ending their 2014 World Cup run.

How do pretend soccer fans who act as if they're really into this sport feel about the result? And about the American squad in general?

Jimmy Kimmel took to the streets to ask posers this very question, specifically referencing Landon Donovan over and over to gauge their opinion on how the striker is playing... nevermind the fact that he isn't on the team.

Watch their clueless replies now:

LOL, right?

We're guessing many of these people are just tuning in to watch the 15 Hottest World Cup Players - and we don't blame them!

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In honor of Father's Day, Jimmy Kimmel sent a reporter to Hollywood Boulevard this week to force some kids to fess up.

Asked to admit one big lie they've told their dad in the past, one girl admitted she once swiped $20 from him... another child mentioned a sleepover that was actually a road trip to Chicago... and another brought up his first kiss.

You'll never believe who it was with, unless you're a Game of Thrones fan.

Watch and get a bit grossed out now:

Also in honor of Father's Day, this English Bulldog was introduced to his daughter.

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The NBA Playoffs are over and the San Antonio Spurs are world champions.

But this doesn't mean professional basketball excitement needs to end, not when Jimmy Kimmel Live has aired a new edition of Mean Tweets, featuring such stars as Kris Humphries, Dwight Howard and Paul George reading insults about themselves on Twitter.

Who looks homeless? Who has a poor command of the English language? Who has an “ugly ass name?”

And which user needs to "git" Spellcheck? Click Play. Find out now!

Kimmel introduced NBA players reading mean Tweets in October.

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Ice Cube is a really nice guy, trust us.

But the rapper/actor doesn't always come across that way, as Jimmy Kimmel pointed out to the 22 Jump Street star last night.

The Cube sort of has a mean way about him, even when saying such nice things as “lavender body wash makes my pores tingle” and "I want a love like the love in The Notebook."

Watch clips from his appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live to see more of Ice Cube saying nice things in an angry manner:

Kimmel also spoke to Robert Pattinson on this same episode.

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Jimmy Kimmel often makes us laugh when he turns the camera on everyday pedestrians in Los Angeles, convincing them, for example, that Godzilla is real

But that's nothing compared to the talk show's running segment whose title says it all: Celebrities Read Mean Tweets About Themselves.

In this edition (the seventh overall), Julia Roberts cracks up over an insult regarding her mouth... Ashton Kutcher isn't amused by a suggestion that he should be hit by a bus... and Matthew McConaughey doesn't understand why anyone would refer to him as a "dick turd."

Others feeling the wrath of Twitter users in the following video include Mindy Kaling, Emma Stone and Sofía Vergara.

We can't get enough of this simple sketch.

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Godzilla is officially a monster at the box office.

The action movie stomped the competition to the tune of nearly $100 million this weekend, leading to the inevitable confirmation that a Godzilla sequel is already in the works.

But should it be? Considering Godzilla is based on an actual event in 1954 that led to many deaths, should Hollywood really glamorize such a tragedy?

Jimmy Kimmel Live asked this question to a few pedestrians this week. Here is what they said in response:

(NOTE: Godzilla is not real and was never real. But try telling that to those featured in the latest edition of Lie Witness News.)

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