Jimmy Kimmel Takes Miley Cyrus & Mark Ronson’s ‘Nothing Breaks Like a Heart’ Too Literally: Watch


The host and his visitors proceed to interrupt all the pieces in sight.

Jimmy Kimmel took Miley Cyrus and Mark Ronson’s hit single, “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart,” a bit too critically in a section for Thursday night time’s (Feb. 7) episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live!

After introducing Cyrus and Ronson’s tune and music video, Kimmel defined that he had some ideas about it. "Something about it was simply not proper," he mentioned.

“This is dumb, it’s not even true,” Kimmel mentioned as he watched the video. “I’m sorry, however I've no selection, I’m gonna should sue you guys.” The video then revealed Cyrus and Ronson sitting beside Kimmel, baffled.

The late night time present host mentioned that he has no drawback with a tune, however “the title of the tune is a lie.” Kimmel then proceeded to exhibit how totally different objects break.

“You guys, I do know that is enjoyable and all the pieces, however you’re taking it too actually,” Cyrus later protested. “The tune’s not imagined to be literal -- it’s a simile.” When Kimmel revealed he wasn’t conscious of what a simile is, the Grammy-nominated singer-songwriters took the host to a public library to enlighten him.

The video ended with a message for viewers: “Get High On Grammar!”

Watch the foolish clip beneath.