Chris Pratt, Melissa McCarthy Set to Guest-Host Jimmy Kimmel This Week


Jimmy Kimmel's baby son had a scheduled and successful heart surgery Monday morning, representatives for the late-night host said.

Kimmel's youngest son, Billy, had to undergo his second heart surgery at just 7 months old. The newborn had open-heart surgery a few days after he was born.

John Oliver grills Dustin Hoffman over sexual harassment allegations
Oliver focused on the aspect of Hoffman's statement that had asserted his behavior on the set was "not reflective of" who he is. Responding to the remark, Hoffman said: "It's hanging in the air?" Kathy Griffin tweeted: 'You did a good thing @iamjohnoliver.

The infant's surgery had been scheduled for November, but was postponed as a precaution after the family came down with colds.

Chris Pratt filled in Monday and welcomed actress Margot Robbie ("I, Tonya") and musical guest Chris Stapleton.

Google Maps launches support for two-wheel vehicles, starting with India
It's starting first with India, before expanding the feature to other countries, Google announced in an event on Tuesday in Delhi. The new feature essentially tells people the fastest, most efficient route to a destination while on a two-wheeler or motorcycle.

Jimmy Kimmel is off his show this week, but it's for a good reason.

According to People Magazine, the network also revealed that the 50-year-old is "with his family" and will have celebrity guests filling in as host of 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' for the week. You can see Chris Stapleton and Chris Pratt's take on the song in the video above. Sadly, there was no dirty dancing on the part of Pratt and Stapleton. The two ended up using a green screen that made it look like the actor was lifting the singer effortlessly.

ANC 'unity' a ticket to loot
However, Dlamini-Zuma also has the support of the ANC women's and youth leagues, while the veteran's league supports Ramaphosa . Former ANC National Executive Committee member Mathews Phosa chats to Journalist Melanie Verwoerd during a sit-down interview.

Tuesday: Tracee Ellis Ross of "black-ish" hosts. Neil Patrick Harris will headline the talk show on Wednesday.