Jimmy Kimmel Playfully Mocks Kim Kardashian By Writing His Own Letter to Future Self
By Rosalyn Oshmyansky
Dear 2025, we have so many questions for you!
It looks like Kim Kardashian has inspired Jimmy Kimmel to pen a letter to his future self -- just like she did for Glamour magazine, where she offered up advice and shared her goals and hopes for the next 10 years.
The reality star wanted selfies to still exist, to be the "queen of contouring" and a juice to keep her tan forever. She thought about the patience she'll need as her daughter North will be 12 and wanted her sister Khloe to "fall madly in love." She also raised important questions including, "are the terms 'bae' and 'on fleek' so 2015?" she asked. "If not, am I still on fleek?"
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On Wednesday, Kimmel playfully spoofed her goals and shared his own letter. "I hope you're still #blessed and Snapchat grateful," he began his letter. He hopes his Jimmy Kimmel Live! sidekick Guillermo Rodriguez is "still cute" and that his Aunt Chippy "isn't dead, but let's be honest, she probably is," he continued.
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The late-night talk show host then wondered if he’ll still be hosting his show and had more questions for the future, "Am I finally gay? Did my Latisse treatments work? What’s the new kale?"
And just like Kardashian, he wanted to know if selfies are a thing and wanted to be on "fleek."
"I hope and pray that your eyebrows are forever on fleek," he typed before inserting eggplant and poop emojis.
Kimmel isn't the only one who made us laugh with a future letter though. The Late Late Show’s James Corden also read his own letter out loud during his program on Wednesday.
"I'm sure by now you've revealed to the world that you're Banksy," he read. "What a relief."
"Just got back from America. It's a nice place to visit, but I won't want to live there," he continued. "I'm also sure that O-Town is now the biggest band in the world, and you are its lead singer, or at the very least, you're the next Ricky Martin. Because you know what that means, tons of girls."