George Clooney returns to Jimmy Kimmel Live for the 20th anniversary of The Hollywood Recordings

George Clooney was the image of confidence as she arrived at the El Capitan Theater in Hollywood for the 20th anniversary taping of Jimmy Kimmel Live onriday.

The 61-year-old actor appeared on the first episode of the show Late Night with rapper Snoop Dogg, NFL star Warren Sapp and musical guest Coldplay in 2003.

To celebrate his comeback, Clooney — who recently received a lifetime achievement award — wore a sleek blue suit tailored to his 5-foot-11 build.

PUT ON: George Clooney was the epitome of confidence as she arrived at Hollywood's El Capitan Theater to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the taping of Jimmy Kimmel Live onriday.

PUT ON: George Clooney was the epitome of confidence as she arrived at Hollywood’s El Capitan Theater to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the taping of Jimmy Kimmel Live onriday.

He left his tie at home, his hair and beard well-groomed for gluing.

Clooney walked towards the stage door in gleaming leather shoes with a bodyguard and members of his entourage.

Before heading inside, the humble superstar took some time to sign a number of autographs for the fans waiting in the wings.

The first: The 61-year-old actor appeared on the first episode of the hit show Late Night with rapper Snoop Dogg, NFL star Warren Sapp, and musical guest Coldplay in 2003.

The first: The 61-year-old actor appeared on the first episode of the hit show Late Night with rapper Snoop Dogg, NFL star Warren Sapp, and musical guest Coldplay in 2003.

Stylish Suit: To celebrate his comeback, Clooney donned an elegant navy blue suit that was meticulously tailored to fit his 5-foot-11-inch build.

Stylish Suit: To celebrate his comeback, Clooney donned an elegant navy blue suit that was meticulously tailored to fit his 5-foot-11-inch build.

Clooney had stopped by Kimmel in 2003 to promote his movie Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind, which also starred Sam Rockwell and Julia Roberts.

Clooney has been known to pour vodka drinks for himself, Kimmel, and Snoop Dogg as they sit side by side on leather chairs.

Confessions of a Dangerous Mind was released on December 31, 2002. The film, written by writer Charlie Kaufman’s Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, has a score of 79% on review aggregator Rotten tomatoes.

Leaving time at home: He left his tie at home, his salt-and-pepper hair and beard fitting his face well.  He walked in shiny black shoes

Leaving time at home: He left his tie at home, his salt-and-pepper hair and beard fitting his face well. He walked in shiny black shoes

Humble: Before heading inside, the Humble superstar took some time to sign a number of autographs for the fans waiting in the wings

Humble: Before heading inside, the Humble superstar took some time to sign a number of autographs for the fans waiting in the wings

Shortly after its premiere, Hollywood Reporter He criticized Jimmy Kimmel’s debut on Late Night with a reviewer saying that it was “starting to sound like commercial beer snippets, with one guest after another smiling, shaking hands, and saying absolutely nothing”.

Despite early negative reviews, Jimmy Kimmel Live has since won three Emmys out of 35 nominations, according to Emmys. website.

Clooney’s appearance at the event marked a rare day off from directing for the Up in the Air star.

Flashback: Clooney stopped by Kimmel in 2003 to promote his movie Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind, which also starred Sam Rockwell and Julia Roberts

Flashback: Clooney stopped by Kimmel in 2003 to promote his movie Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind, which also starred Sam Rockwell and Julia Roberts

Cheers!  Clooney famously poured vodka drinks for himself, Kimmel and Snoop Dogg while they sat side by side on leather chairs.

Cheers! Clooney famously poured vodka drinks for himself, Kimmel and Snoop Dogg while they sat side by side on leather chairs.

The Ides of March director has a movie currently in post-production, and another one of his projects is currently in development.

The Boys in the Boat is a 1930s story centering on the University of Washington rowing team, from the beginnings of the Depression era to winning gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics, according to the upcoming film. IMDb page.

Currently in development, the project is an untitled series based on the aforementioned “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind,” starring Justin Timberlake.

Project in development: The project is currently in development, and is an untitled series based on

Project in Development: Currently in development, the project is an untitled series based on the aforementioned “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind,” starring Justin Timberlake (L to R: Drew Barrymore, Sam Rockwell, Clooney)


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