Guest Host RuPaul’s Plain Clothes Drag Show with Kimmel Staffers!

Published on August 26, 2021

RuPaul returns for his second night of guest hosting and talks about replicas of Jeff Bezos’ rocket going up for sale, Mediterranean diets helping to cure erectile dysfunction, we take to the street for kids to explain what a “Karen” is, This Week in Unnecessary Censorship, and RuPaul’s Plain Clothes Drag Show with Kimmel staffers.


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  • celeste burnett 1 year ago

    Absolutely LOVED RUPAUL on here. One of THE BEST HOSTS. Who was the performer? “Give me my flowers whole I’m still here?”

  • Susan Branche Poteet 1 year ago


  • Cat Jab 1 year ago

    Best. Guest. Host. Eva!

  • cutepiku 1 year ago

    I love the idea of Rupaul having his own talk show, because some nights he could be wearing a sleek suit, and some nights he’d just show up in drag, and we’d be fine with it either way.

  • Steph Andrey 1 year ago

    Little miss Mexico 😂 😂 I’m dying

  • J. C. 1 year ago

    Oh Ru! Okuuuurrrr!!!

  • Suzette Figgs 1 year ago

    Out of the mouths of babes, lol. Children say the darndess things lol.

  • 2bescene 1 year ago

    Anyone else feel rupaul is a lot like Sheldon from Big Bang theory

  • Monky Dollqueen 1 year ago

    Wow Amzing that so god😇😊

  • various corn 1 year ago

    he is hilarious and natural comic timing. yea rupaul

  • Dulcimerist 1 year ago

    Belly is on this episode! I hope Belly does their best song ever – “Feed the Tree”

  • Suzette Figgs 1 year ago

    The plainclothes superstars was fun. Thanks Ru Paul for the 😅

  • Peacemaker 4 Real 1 year ago

    i had the pleasure to watch him with my ex… does he realy have to show up here 😉

  • Tukang Poto 1 year ago

    shantay in indonesian means relax or chilling

  • Ethan Lee 1 year ago

    The Yomiuri Shimbun reported on the 25th that Tokyo Electric Power Corporation has decided to discharge contaminated water from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in Japan, where a large amount of radioactive material was leaked, into the sea about 1km away from the nuclear power plant.

    According to the report, TEPCO plans to build an undersea tunnel and discharge contaminated water containing radioactive materials into the sea 1 km away from the nuclear power plant. Japan plans to submit a tunnel construction plan to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission by the end of next month with the goal of discharging contaminated water from the spring of 2023.

    Previously, the Japanese government announced that there was no more space to store the contaminated water accumulated since the nuclear accident caused by the Great East Japan Earthquake in April 2011. Since then, the authorities have considered discharging the contaminated water directly from the shore and discharging it through an undersea tunnel. TEPCO plans to reduce the risk of radioactive materials by diluting and discharging contaminated water. There is also an analysis that the decision was made with the external image in mind. A Japanese government official told the Yomiuri Shimbun, “It costs a lot to build, but the discharge through an undersea tunnel will give a better impression (for Japan).”

    Concerns are growing in neighboring countries including Korea and China due to Japan’s discharge of contaminated water. This is because tritium, a radioactive material, remains in the contaminated water even after purification, and it can flow into the oceans of neighboring countries.

    Tritium, a radioactive material, is much smaller than a water molecule and has the same chemical properties, so it cannot be separated from water. This means that if it is released into the sea, it will contaminate marine life as it is.

    Tritium, which enters the body through food or air, such as ingestion of seafood, is fatal in that even a small amount can damage DNA. When tritium pushes out normal hydrogen in the human body and causes nuclide conversion, the gene is modified and cells are destroyed, causing various cancers or lowering reproductive function.

    There is concern that even if the concentration of pollution is lowered, the total amount will remain the same if released for a long period of time, adversely affecting the ecosystem.

    If anxiety grows, the economy may suffer, such as a sharp drop in fish consumption in the market and a slump in the fishery industry.

    Greenpeace, an international environmental group, suggested an alternative to storing tritium in a tank for a certain period of time and then releasing it when the level of contamination decreases, as the half-life of tritium radiation is halved by 12.3 years.

    However, despite this, the Japanese government insists on ocean discharge for reasons such as cost.

  • Ethan Lee 1 year ago

    Germany and Japan are the same war criminal countries, but the paths they chose were very different.  Unlike Japan, which distorts and turns away, Germany has chosen the path of acknowledging and reflecting on its past mistakes.

    There are places all over Germany to record and commemorate the victims.  A day of remembrance of the victims was also designated.  So far, the government has compensated the victims about 106 trillion won, directly or indirectly.  However, there are still many people who think it is not enough.

    Japan, the same war criminal country, took a different path.

    Recently, they have been moving beyond denying responsibility and trying to distort history altogether.  While avoiding apologies and reparations from the past, it appears that they are isolated from the whole of Asia.
    ‘What actually happened can be repeated at any time.’
    This is why Germany constantly records and reflects.  This is why Japan should see and learn from Germany.

  • Ethan Lee 1 year ago

    A Japanese shrine is not a temple.  It is a space where virtual gods, ancestors, and war criminals are gathered.  Please know the history and travel.  You didn’t go to the temple, you went to commemorate the war criminals of World War II.

  • Ethan Lee 1 year ago

    The reason this Olympics was louder was because of the rising sun flag, a symbol of Japanese militarism and a ‘war criminal flag’.  In particular, a rock wall shaped like a rising sun flag was installed at the climbing arena.

    The Japanese government is in a position to allow the Rising Sun flag at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.  They maintain the attitude that “they have no political intent and are merely a flag widely used in Japan.”

    The Rising Sun Flag, which was the flag of the former Japanese Empire in the WorldWar II, is remembered as a “symbol of Japanese militarism” in Korea and China, which were victims of Japanese military aggression in the 20th century.  The Japanese government is using the flag symbolizing war crimes even though it has not paid due compensation to the victims and has not fully reflected on its own history.  In fact, the Rising Sun Flag is the flag of the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force, and is the flag used by far-right forces in Japan.

    For this reason, the South Korean government has criticized the “Rising Sun Flag as a flag of hatred.” An associate professor of history at the University of Hawaii, analyzed Japan’s behavior, saying, “The current Japanese government has been neglecting the rise of extreme nationalist forces and has been using nationalist expressions politically.”

  • Catherine Bateman 1 year ago

    Loved it too funny

  • Jennifer Robinson 1 year ago

    Love this suit! Very few people could pull it off successfully, but RuPaul def can!


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