Top 10 TV Talk Show moments of 2019: Baby Yoda for president to Scarlett Johansson's 'Avengers: Endgame' spoiler

The likes of Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon, Ellen DeGeneres and others brought plenty of hysterical moments with celebrities, bizarre segments, and enough jokes to distract us from the tragedies.


                            Top 10 TV Talk Show moments of 2019: Baby Yoda for president to Scarlett Johansson's 'Avengers: Endgame' spoiler

Life is a drama full of tragedy and comedy. All we can do is to learn to enjoy the comic episodes a little more. The likes of Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon, Ellen DeGeneres and others who grace the screens at night with their late shows only make it easier for us to do that, don't they? 

This year brought plenty of hysterical moments with celebrities, bizarre segments, and enough jokes to distract us from the tragedies. Well, what more could one need! From Scarlett Johansson's huge 'Avengers: End Game' spoiler to Jennifer Aniston and Ellen's picture-perfect kiss, here are the top 10 TV talk show moments to revisit from the year that went by. Wait for the last one, as Baby Yoda takes your breath away!

Lady Gaga on her Oscars performance with Bradley Cooper ('Jimmy Kimmel Live')

Who can forget Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's stunning Oscar-nominated song 'Shallow' duet from 'A Star Is Born' at the 2019 Oscars? No wonder their intimate onstage chemistry sparked rumors of a romance. When the singer made an appearance on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live', he ended up asking her, "You had such a connection with Bradley that, instantly, and I guess this is a compliment, people started saying, ‘Oh, they must be in love.'”

With a massive eye-roll, she went on to clarify her stance saying, "First of all, social media, quite frankly, is the toilet of the Internet." She then added, "The movie, ‘A Star Is Born,’ is a love story. We worked so hard, we worked all week on that performance. From a performance perspective, it was so important to both of us that we were connected the entire time. Look, I’ve had my arms wrapped around Tony Bennett for three years touring the world. When you’re singing love songs, that’s what you want people to feel."



 

 

Scarlett Johansson's major spoiler for 'Avengers: Endgame' fans ('Jimmy Kimmel Live') 

The whole world went crazy after watching 'Avengers: Endgame' but it seems the movie's Black Widow, Scarlett Johansson subtly let out a major spoiler in the months before the release. Before the premiere, Jimmy Kimmel said that it might be the last time that The Avengers will be gathered like this for an appearance on his show.

While, Robert Downey Jr. tried to play coy and said, "The future is very uncertain." Suddenly, Johansson pitched in with her reaction directed at Downey: "Don’t lie to him, we’re never coming back." Isn't that a major hint? Only if viewers had paid more attention.



 

 

Ellen Pompeo said she watches only 60% of 'Grey's Anatomy' ('Jimmy Kimmel Live')

Ellen Pompeo, known and adored as Meredith Grey from TV's longest-running medical show, made an appearance on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' where the host quizzed her on things that did or didn't happen on the show. Who knew it could lead to a shocking revelation? 

Did she watch all the episodes of her show? "I never watched it—it's so funny–because medical shows make me too anxious," she said. "I do sometimes, not lately. [I’ve seen] 60 per cent [of my episodes] maybe? It’s too much of me. [It’s the] same reason my husband can’t watch; it’s too much." While host Jimmy Kimmel confessed he has seen roughly 100 episodes of Grey's Anatomy's 332 installments, Pompeo said she puts her average viewings around 60 percent.



 

 

Jennifer Aniston and Ellen's picture-perfect kiss ('The Ellen DeGeneres Show')

Jennifer Aniston and Ellen DeGeneres share a close bond but who knew it could turn into something more? When the former appeared on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show', she asked Ellen about her recent on-air kiss with Howard Stern, and it led to a smooch between the two longtime friends that's perfect for Jennifer's new Instagram account.



 

 

Emilia Clarke's 'Game of Thrones' coffee cupgate confession ('The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon')

'Game of Thrones' might have been disappointing with too many goof-ups but cupgate was a major talking point during the eighth and final season of the fantasy saga. Ending all speculations about the culprit, Emilia Clarke finally spilled the beans on 'Tonight With Jimmy Fallon', telling the late-night host that Conleth Hill, the actor who played Lord Varys in the HBO hit was responsible for the blunder.



 


Katy Perry revealed how Orlando Bloom proposed ('Jimmy Kimmel Live')

In an appearance on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live', Katy Perry shared details about Orlando Bloom's sky-high marriage proposal on Valentine's Day proposal. The singer said after dinner, she thought they were going to "see some art" but ended up in a helicopter together.   

"The funny part is we had champagne in the helicopter and the [ring] box was in his pocket and he had written down everything he wanted to say on a note," Perry said. "So I'm reading [the note] but I'm hearing the champagne is broken, the bottle's everywhere, and I'm still looking at the note," she added. "He's pulling out this box that's too big for his coat pocket, rips his coat pocket, and his elbow goes into the champagne."



 

 

Arnold Schwarzenegger tricked Sylvester Stallone into signing a flop movie ('Jimmy Kimmel Live')

Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger may be friends now but there was a time when the latter tricked his biggest rival to do a terrible movie. On 'Jimmy Kimmel Live', Schwarzenegger spoke about the 1992 comedy flop 'Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot', "I read the script, and it was a piece of s—. Let’s be honest. I say to myself, I’m not going to do this movie…"

"Then they went to Sly, and Sly called me, have they ever talked to you about doing this movie? And I said, yes, I was thinking about doing it. This is a really brilliant idea, this movie. When he heard that, because he was in competition, he said, 'Whatever it takes, I’ll do the movie.' And of course, the movie went major into the toilet."



 


Lizzo screamed bloody murder after the big Ellen scare in a haunted house ('The Ellen DeGeneres Show') 

Adding a dose of shocks to the Halloween holiday, Ellen DeGeneres got her executive producer Andy Lassner to walk Lizzo through the Pandora’s Cabinet of Curiosity house at Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights.

The video will make you roll with laughter, especially with Lizzo's screams that went like, "Thank you Jesus! Thank you Jesus! Thank you Jesus!" Meanwhile, Andy muttered "Jewish!" while pointing at his own chest. After a particularly terrifying encounter, she went on to say, "F--k you, I'm out!" And the look on their faces was priceless!



 


Know your Jimmys: Even Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon can't tell themselves apart ('Jimmy Kimmel Live')

People frequently confuse Jimmy Kimmel with Jimmy Fallon and vice versa. So as a public service, Jimmy (Kimmel) got in touch with Jimmy (Fallon) and they made a video that will hopefully clear this little headache up once and for all.

The funny thing was the two ended up finding more similarities than differences. "We understand why people get us confused." Fallon, 'The Tonight Show' host, began. “The names. We both wear suits. Both have shows." The two even found out they love the same breakfast cereals, own pizza-themed underpants and are bad at high-fives. In the end, Kimmel was convinced, "We’re like the same person."



 

 

Baby Yoda for President 

Jimmy Kimmel is head over heels in love with Baby Yoda from 'The Mandalorian', like most comic book and superhero buffs from around the world. As Jimmy Kimmel raved about the big breakout star and even said he could be President and bring peace to the world, a big 'Star Wars' fan did everything he could to contradict his opinions.



 

 

The year was quite an eventful one. Could anything be better than refreshing your memory with good times?

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