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Jimmy Kimmel Live! is going to air the Coronaversary Show on March 11th, the date when World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global pandemic to the world.

Time has become a curious concept due to the Coronavirus outbreak that started last year. Jimmy Kimmel Live! will have our backs with the Coronaversary Show with U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg. The choice is not a mere coincidence: Buttigieg was indeed the last guest-host before the world completely changed before our eyes.

Going back in time to last year, Buttigieg guest-hosted the show with a sharp monologue, which had various intercuts with cheerful audiences to balance the almost empty one. Something that we certainly got used to now, but weren't at the time of the Live! show. Towards the final part, a clip showed Buttigieg applying to Wetzel's Pretzels for a job with an entertaining job interview.

Needless to say, Buttigieg's career on making Pretzels didn't end well.

This time Buttigieg will be alongside Joel McHale with a music performance from Adam Duritz.

We'll see what surprises Jimmy Kimmel and Buttigieg have in store for us Thursday, March 11th on Jimmy Kimmel Live! at 11:35/10:35c p.m. on ABC!

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