They Finally Pushed Guillermo To His Limit With This Segment That Made Him Use His First Sick Day Ever

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“I would like a beer right now… 56th floor, come on. Anybody has a beer?”

The Jimmy Kimmel show took a wild ride through Brooklyn last week, with most of the hilarity coming from Guillermo, the security guard-turned-sidekick who is often the real comic relief on the show.

While in Brooklyn, Guillermo and Jimmy played stickball and broke a few windows while playing, which is something nearly every young boy in New York has done. One of the windows they broke belonged to none other than Rosie Perez, who was sweet about it and invited the boys up for snacks. Guillermo also went to a fortune cookie shop where he pitched new fortunes and had everyone take tequila shots.

The craziest thing Guillermo ended up doing? He climbed the 86-story Empire State building. He started things off by letting out a big nasty fart and continued by cursing and swearing all the way up. By the end, he must have been out of gas, because he had to stop to use an oxygen tank. It all led to him making it to the top in hilarious fashion. It also led him to call out sick from work for the first time ever. He really pushed himself and it was a funny ride. Check out the video above to see Guillermo conquer the iconic building, and think twice before you work for Jimmy Kimmel, it looks like a hard gig.

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Of Course Camila Cabello Would Create A Telenovela Inspired Music Video For 'Havana'


Of Course Camila Cabello Would Create A Telenovela Inspired Music Video For ‘Havana’

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This is one steamy music video.

Camila Cabello has released her music video for “Havana” and it’s basically a short film filled with lots of twists and turns. The Cuban-Mexican pop star plays a nerdy, shy young woman named Karla who would much rather watch novelas with her abuela than go out on the town. But soon, something changes. Maybe it’s the constant teasing by her older sister. Maybe it’s the wise advice abuela gives her. Perhaps it’s the romantic movie she watches about Havana. By the end of the video, this little wallflower makes a major transformation.

“Havana” starts with a magnificent telenovela-style opening scene.

CREDIT: Camila Cabello / YouTube

It’s filled with all the ridiculous plot twists and melodrama we’ve come to expect from novelas. There’s a love triangle, a surprise twin, and a proposal all in a matter of seconds.

We’re then introduced to a quiet, shy Karla, who is obsessed with the novela.

CREDIT: Camila Cabello / YouTube

Karla’s obsession with novelas concerns her abuela… and annoys her sister. But she doesn’t care.

Abuela drops some major relationship advice on Karla.

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“I know you’d rather be home but life isn’t going to come knocking on your door. You need to learn to start living your life.”

That’s when Karla goes off on her own and watches a movie.

CREDIT: Camila Cabello / YouTube

That’s right. Karla’s idea of a fun night out on the town is to go to the movies alone. Of course, she chooses a romantic move about Havana.

Finally, Karla lets herself envision a world in which she is fun, carefree, and living.

CREDIT: Camila Cabello / YouTube

Get it, girl. You better live, honey.

And, yes, you’ll get to see Cabello dance because it is a Cuban-themed movie.

CREDIT: Camila Cabello / YouTube

If you would like to see the rest of the movie, make sure you check out the video.

Young Thug is the one singing while Cabello’s movie character tears up the dance floor with a sexy stranger.

CREDIT: Camila Cabello / YouTube

Karla’s older sister, played by Lele Pons, is proud to see Karla come out of her shell.

CREDIT: Camila Cabello / YouTube

Isn’t it so adorable when you watch them grow up before your eyes?

LeJuan James really knows how to bring an abuela character to life.

CREDIT: Camila Cabello / YouTube

You guessed it, she pulls out the chancla on Karla and her sister.

Her love interest is played by Noah Centineo.

CREDIT: Camila Cabello / YouTube

Watch the end of the video to see how this love story wraps up.

If you watch until the very end, you’ll see an end card that reads: “This is dedicated to the Dreamers.” Cabello recently pledged all proceeds from the song to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), but it’s not confirmed if that’s the point of the shout out. Cabello said she chose to make that donation to the ACLU due to their work with undocumented youth.

READ: Some Music Artists Like To Keep Their Jobs Strictly Professional, But For Camila Cabello It’s The Complete Opposite And Here’s Why

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