Is Jimmy Kimmel Live new tonight, April 22?

Jimmy Kimmel (Photo by Albert L. Ortega/Getty Images)
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Jimmy Kimmel Live! had a very big night on Wednesday. How will the ABC late night show try to top it tonight?

You’ve probably been following the saga between Jimmy Kimmel and MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell. Kimmel has been fascinated by Lindell’s public meltdowns and effort to launch his own social media platform. Lindell eventually took notice and one thing led to another, resulting in Lindell getting booked for next Wednesday’s show.

As if that wasn’t enough, Kimmel then interviewed former President George W. Bush. It was another easygoing conversation between the two who appear well on their way to becoming actual friends.

We’ll see if and how Kimmel can top that episode on Thursday. There will be a brand new episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live! tonight.

Who’s on Jimmy Kimmel Live! tonight?

First up, Jimmy Kimmel will interview actress Gal Gadot. She’s out promoting her new National Geographic documentary Impact which profiles inspiring women facing adverse conditions around the world.

It’s been a busy year for Gadot. Wonder Woman 1984 was released at the end of 2020 and she has multiple projects releasing soon or in development. The actress also announced she’s launched her own YouTube channel so fans may get a preview of what to expect tonight on Kimmel.

Then, actor and comedian Eric Andre joins the show. His appearance comes just a day after he claimed he was racially profiled at an airport in Atlanta. It will be interesting to see if he comments on the incident.

Andre’s movie Bad Trip hit Netflix last month and received positive reviews. Fans may also get an idea of what’s next for the comedian.

Jimmy Kimmel Live! airs tonight at 11:35 p.m. ET on ABC.

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