Ben Affleck and J.J. Abrams added a star-studded trailer for a spoof superhero film to the list of surprises they gave Jimmy Kimmel Monday night to celebrate his 50th birthday. Sykes played The Bleach Master - essentially her floating head inside a box of bleach.
Affleck starred in the trailer as Muscle Man.
Jon Stewart read off a tweet that said, "Jimmy Kimmel is that same fat kid from Win Ben Stein's Money who grew up to become that fat kid from Win Ben Stein's Money". "We all suck. You know why?"
He then introduced "Mean Tweets: Jimmy Kimmel edition" in which celebrities like Michael Keaton, Anthony Anderson, Amy Schumer, Liam Neeson, Larry David and David Letterman read frightful things people have tweeted to Jimmy.
In a reverse move, Kimmel's favorite stars read terrible tweets about the late night host.
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Nothing says "Happy Birthday" like a bunch of celebrities reading mean tweets about you!
Do you like Kimmel's "Mean Tweets" segment? "Oh no that means you would have gotten too much good p-- in your life", West tweeted in all-caps.
The comedic reel featured video recordings from Kimmel's childhood, photographs and interviews with Kimmel's friends and colleagues.
What's unique about this one is that it is based on figures that actually came out of the imagination of talk show host Jimmy Kimmel when he was 12 years old.
"Jimmy Kimmel. Man, mensch, meatball enthusiast. From the home-shopping network, I'm George Clooney", the actor said as he carried a cardboard cut-out of the late-night host.