Jimmy Kimmel on the Shark Tank
Jimmy Kimmel, and his popular security guard Guillermo, will be appearing on the Shark Tank Show with a product that will change the future of fashion. In this special episode 604, the producer's have come up with an ingenious way to cross-promote both the Shark Tank and the Jimmy Kimmel Live Show, both on ABC.
Episode 604 is already filled with four new products including the Beat Box Beverage, EmergenSee App, Oilerie Olive Oil Bars and the Honey Fund, so Jimmy and Guillermo only have a limited time to convince the Sharks to invest in their future clothing line. To see if Jimmy Kimmel and Guillermo get a deal on the Shark Tank, we need to watch the Jimmy Kimmel Live Show on Monday night, October 27, 2014.
A few clues how Jimmy and Guillermo plan to "change the future of fashion" might be found in this interview when Kevin O'Leary was on Jimmy Kimmel Live earlier this year. This interview also happens to be one of the very best I have ever seen with O'Leary. He might not have the best reputation with some viewers for being a hard ass on the show, but in "real life", Kevin seems much more relaxed and genuinely a nice person.
Do you know where the name "Mr. Wonderful" actually came from, and what it really means? I didn't either until I watched this interview with Jimmy Kimmel, but now the name make perfect sense.
Jimmy Kimmel before the Shark Tank Update
We know from the previews Jimmy Kimmel, and Guillermo will be coming into the Shark Tank seeking $500,000.00 for a 10% equity stake in this new clothing line. Jimmy brings up an interesting idea for Concert Pants in the second video, right after Kevin O'Leary tells him he can't hear about any new invention, product or business opportunity if it's going on the Shark Tank Show.
Now does this rule apply just for mentioning a new business idea to the Sharks without getting into the specifics? If so, and if Jimmy Kimmel's Concert Pants is indeed a new product line, then Kevin O'Leary might have to sit this one out. I seriously doubt Kevin would invest a half a million dollars for concert pants in the first place, but then again, with a royalty in place, you never know.
Don't forget to watch the "Jimmy Kimmel Live" this Monday night, October 27th, and see if the King of Late Night Comedy has what it takes to get a deal on the Shark Tank.
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