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Inflatable Jimmy

This begs for a picture.

LOS ANGELES - Late-night TV comedian Jimmy Kimmel says it was too much Advil, not pride or fame, that went to his head as his face puffed up like a balloon on Wednesday night during the course of his show.

The 36-year-old host of ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live," which is actually taped an hour before air time each week night, visited a local emergency room immediately after the show and was treated for what was an apparent allergic reaction.

"My face is still a bit puffy, but I'll be back to work tonight," he said in a statement issued Thursday.

I can not find a picture anywhere; which isn't too surprising, since only 25 or 30 people actually watch the show...

Comments (3)

Drudge has a picture.... (Below threshold)

Drudge has a picture.

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Here is a picture for you.

I have had the same reactio... (Below threshold)

I have had the same reaction to Ibuprofen. Misc portions of my body swell (fluid it seems) and it lasts a few hours and then goes away. My father has the same allergic reaction.

Thus I am a tylenol user.






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