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Jimmy Kimmel Literally Pops On Ellen

Talk show host Jimmy Kimmel visited talk show hostess Ellen this week for a mutual chat fest.  Jimmy literally was covered from neck to ankles in several sheets of bubble wrap.

After he figured out how to sit down in her guest chair, which wasn't easy, he told her he heard "there would be break dancing (on the show) and I figured you can't be too careful."

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Then he said "I got a lot of presents for Christmas and a lot of bubble wrap along with the packages and I thought why not make something beautiful out of it."

Ellen asked "how can you resist popping all of those."  Jimmy told her "to go crazy" as she started popping all the bubbles on his sleeves.

Jimmy agreed he loves popping the bubbles and said that because of the way the bubble wrap was positioned on his body it was "very sweaty" and he would pop any bubbles "that form on my back."

Ellen pointed out "you're probably losing weight as we speak right now."  Jimmy was happy and said "I hope so because this is ridiculous."

Jimmy suggested Ellen roll him down her steps onto the floor to pop as many of the bubbles possible in the wrap.  Following his encouragement Ellen literally rolled him off her platform and down across the floor.  It was definitely a sight to behold.

After rolling Jimmy back and forth across her stage floor the evening talk show host said "now I'm going to throw up."  As he tried to get up off the floor he said "every part of me is exploding."  He fell backwards before Ellen was able to get him up off the floor.

Jimmy said "it seemed like a funny idea now I have to do the whole rest of the segment (wrapped in bubble) in this."

After chatting further with Ellen the funnyman said "I feel like I was in a terrible car accident."  He obviously was uncomfortable with all the bubble wrap completely covering his body.

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