Transcript for Jimmy Kimmel Asks Key Questions to Soccer Star David Beckham
? Okay, it's time for "Pop news." Hainesy, what you got? Jimmy Kimmel's ridiculously stupid questions with David Beckham. One question almost tripped up the power player. Take a look. What is your favorite spice? Posh. I was going to say cinnamon. You made the right choice. Cinnamon is not going to hit you over the head with a frying pan. Definitely not. Definitely not. Comment choice, David. You can try, jimmy. But you can't break the Bex. Can you imagine posh hitting someone over the head. The most talked about thing on social media right now is Taylor swift's bad blood music video which will debut tomorrow. It features everyone from Cindy Crawford to Ellen Pompeo and Jessica alba. To have these women who are out there killing it just in a sense of business-wise, out there killing it, as far as what they stand for, I kind of took it as a met for for like, okay, let's have them play assassins in this video. They're metaphorically killing it, they're also plain killers. She'll reveal more in the count down no the billboard music awards special with Lara Spencer. 9:00 tonight. You're killing it, by the way. Thank you. And metaphorically. That's my pop assassin look. Researchers at duke university have timely figured out why men don't ask for directions. Oh, really? The answer, because they're judged too hard for it. This is me playing the tiny violin. Men asking for directions are found the be less competent leaders. A tough break for guys. A good-natured 2010 car insurance poll in the UK finding the average man will clock up to 276 miles a year driving around aimlessly. 276 miles? That's more than $3,000 in gas over a lifetime. You decide, competence versus more change in your pocket. I don't have problems asking for directions. Now you have it in your phone. It's around -- You don't drive. Never ask for directions. You don't? Absolutely not. Do you view me as less competent? No. Don't ask for directions. I think it's sexy when they ask for directions. They're confident enough in themselves to ask someone for help. And asking for help is vulnerable. It make them very -- How hard sit to get kids to eat their fruit and venl tables. Take a look at autumn eating avocados for the first time. Can you imagine the face she makes when she finds out people pay extra for chipotle. My baby won't eat avocado. But he loves guacamole. I love the faces. It's so -- wait until he tries anchovies or something gross. Who does that? Someone that wants a viral video. I'm going the go home and feed my baby anchovies. And I'll call child protective services. We'll be right back.
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