Jimmy Kimmel brutally declines Marjorie Taylor Greene's request to appear on show

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By Asiya Ali

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Jimmy Kimmel had a brutal response to Marjorie Taylor Greene's request to appear on his talk show.

Last year, the Republican congresswoman reported the 56-year-old late-night host to the U.S. Capitol Police for making a joke about her during the monologue segment of his show.

At the time, Kimmel ridiculed the 49-year-old conspiracy theorist for accusing three Republican senators of being "pro-pedophile" because they voted to confirm Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson.

"Wow, where is Will Smith when you really need him, huh?", Kimmel quipped on the show, referring to the actor who slapped comedian Chris Rock onstage at the 2022 Academy Awards.

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Marjorie Taylor Greene. Credit: Anadolu / Getty

One year later, Taylor Greene said she wanted to appear on Kimmel’s show, publicly asking on social media for a guest slot so she could plug her new memoir - titled MTG.

However, Kimmel isn’t having it.

Watch the moment below:

Kimmel showed the far-right Georgia representative's tweet, which read: "Hey @jimmykimmel since most of your show content is your nonstop lies about me, why don’t you have me on your show?

"I’ll bring you a copy of my book and we can chat about what needs to happen to SAVE AMERICA!", she added.

The host made it pretty clear that he wouldn't accept her offer as he hit back on Monday night (November 27): "I guess I’m a Hollywood libtard that’s part of the celebrity pedophile Satan club.

"Until she has a book to promote, then 'I’d love to swing by!'", he slammed, before reminding his studio audience about the calling-police-over-a-joke incident.

"Though I have to admit, part of me wants to invite her here so I can let her wait for an hour down in the green room doing power squats - and then bump her. Even just to screw with Matt Damon it would be fun," he said, savagely adding, "But I also don’t want rabies so…"

Many viewers have now taken to social media to share their reactions to Kimmel's roast.

One person penned on YouTube: "Thanks Jimmy! Especially loved calling the Capital police on Meg's 'bombed book' She is deplorable....a nice way to say her state of sense."

Another chimed in: "He’s got guts. It’s nice to see someone stick on their own values," while a third added: "I never really cared for Mr. Kimmel but his rapid-fire jokes about MTG and straight-up roasting her attempts to promote her book was nice."

A fourth user took to X (formerly Twitter) to comment: "I kinda want him to have her on the show and see him destroy her with facts."

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Towards the end of the monologue, Kimmel couldn't help but joke about Taylor Greene's memoir flopping on the book charts.

"Marjorie Taylor Greene’s book is such a bomb," he jested, "I might have to report it to the Capitol Police."

Burn.

Featured image credit: Getty Images / Getty

Jimmy Kimmel brutally declines Marjorie Taylor Greene's request to appear on show

vt-author-image

By Asiya Ali

Article saved!Article saved!

Jimmy Kimmel had a brutal response to Marjorie Taylor Greene's request to appear on his talk show.

Last year, the Republican congresswoman reported the 56-year-old late-night host to the U.S. Capitol Police for making a joke about her during the monologue segment of his show.

At the time, Kimmel ridiculed the 49-year-old conspiracy theorist for accusing three Republican senators of being "pro-pedophile" because they voted to confirm Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson.

"Wow, where is Will Smith when you really need him, huh?", Kimmel quipped on the show, referring to the actor who slapped comedian Chris Rock onstage at the 2022 Academy Awards.

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Marjorie Taylor Greene. Credit: Anadolu / Getty

One year later, Taylor Greene said she wanted to appear on Kimmel’s show, publicly asking on social media for a guest slot so she could plug her new memoir - titled MTG.

However, Kimmel isn’t having it.

Watch the moment below:

Kimmel showed the far-right Georgia representative's tweet, which read: "Hey @jimmykimmel since most of your show content is your nonstop lies about me, why don’t you have me on your show?

"I’ll bring you a copy of my book and we can chat about what needs to happen to SAVE AMERICA!", she added.

The host made it pretty clear that he wouldn't accept her offer as he hit back on Monday night (November 27): "I guess I’m a Hollywood libtard that’s part of the celebrity pedophile Satan club.

"Until she has a book to promote, then 'I’d love to swing by!'", he slammed, before reminding his studio audience about the calling-police-over-a-joke incident.

"Though I have to admit, part of me wants to invite her here so I can let her wait for an hour down in the green room doing power squats - and then bump her. Even just to screw with Matt Damon it would be fun," he said, savagely adding, "But I also don’t want rabies so…"

Many viewers have now taken to social media to share their reactions to Kimmel's roast.

One person penned on YouTube: "Thanks Jimmy! Especially loved calling the Capital police on Meg's 'bombed book' She is deplorable....a nice way to say her state of sense."

Another chimed in: "He’s got guts. It’s nice to see someone stick on their own values," while a third added: "I never really cared for Mr. Kimmel but his rapid-fire jokes about MTG and straight-up roasting her attempts to promote her book was nice."

A fourth user took to X (formerly Twitter) to comment: "I kinda want him to have her on the show and see him destroy her with facts."

wp-image-1263238537 size-full
Credit: Media Access Awards Presented By Easterseals / Getty

Towards the end of the monologue, Kimmel couldn't help but joke about Taylor Greene's memoir flopping on the book charts.

"Marjorie Taylor Greene’s book is such a bomb," he jested, "I might have to report it to the Capitol Police."

Burn.

Featured image credit: Getty Images / Getty