Jimmy Kimmel Talks R. Kelly Conviction, William Shatner’s Upcoming Space Flight & Controversy Surrounding New Super Mario Bros. Pic

Jimmy Kimmel Talks R. Kelly Conviction, William Shatner’s Upcoming Space Flight & Controversy Surrounding New Super Mario Bros. Pic
Jimmy Kimmel opened Tuesday’s episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live! by addressing R. Kelly’s “very bad day,” noting that the musician was found guilty today in Brooklyn on eight counts of sex trafficking and one count of racketeering.

“Kelly will remain in custody until sentencing, which makes sense,” he observed. “If the guy who sang ‘I Believe I Can Fly’ isn’t a flight risk, well, I don’t know who is.”

Kimmel then pivoted to discuss “the original Captain Kirk” William Shatner, who at 90 years old, is set to become the oldest human and “first T.J. Hooker” ever launched into space.

“Shatner is reportedly set to sail on the next civilian space flight from Blue Origin, the company owned by Jeff Bezos,” the host explained, “so once again, our nation’s newscasters took the opportunity to let their creativity shine.”

He then launched into a quick-cutting montage
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