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February 27th, 2013 under Jimmy Kimmel, Morrissey


Morrissey was supposed to be on Jimmy Kimmel Live yesterday, but pulled out at the last minute because the cast of Duck Dynasty was also booked to be on the show. The vegan posted this message on a fan site, “As far as my reputation is concerned, I can’t take the risk of being on a show alongside people who, in effect, amount to animal serial killers. If Jimmy cannot dump Duck Dynasty then we must step away.”
Well Kimmel being a late night host couldn’t let that cancellation go unnoticed, so he responded to the singer who cancelled a bunch of recent performances because of a bleeding ulcer and this would’ve been his first show since. The ABC late night host explained his decision why he kept the animal serial killers as guests over the singer, “While I respect his stance on this, I really do. There’s a very good reason why I didn’t dump the Duck Dynasty guys for Morrissey, and it’s because they have guns and Morrissey doesn’t.” Then he added this about the former singer of The Smiths, “He keeps finding new ways to depress.” So sad, but true.
Then Kimmel explained that the guys from Duck Dynasty are not only about selling duck calls, they debuted their latest products for Vegans…Carrot Calls and Uncle Si’s Tea Cup Broccoli Trap. Maybe Morrissey jumped the gun before he got to know them?
But in all seriousness when Kimmel asked them about Morrissey later on in the show, one of them said “We don’t hold it against him at all. Whoever he is, we love him as our neighbor.” I think they came off so much better than Morrissey did over the matter. Personally I never got Morrissey’s appeal, I always thought he was overrated and this confirmed it to me.

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