Noting that the Republican “is not going to be transferring to Washington” after his defeat to Sen. Raphael Warnock within the Senate runoff, Kimmel praised the victor for staying centered on his “major message to Georgia voters, which was: ‘I’m not Herschel Walker.’”
The burns didn’t cease there.
“With the election now behind him, Herschel says he’ll now deal with his true ardour: having extra children than Nick Cannon,” Kimmel continued. “Herschel is already engaged on his subsequent challenge, which is desperately attempting to be taught to sing ‘Child Obtained Again’ whereas dressed like an acorn on ‘The Masked Singer.’ Herschel has determined to step away from the highlight to spend extra time denying allegations from his household.”
Herschel beat out Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) and Donald Trump’s former White Home press secretary Sean Spicer for Kimmel’s title, after each of them blundered of their Pearl Harbor anniversary messages.
Watch the roast under on “Jimmy Kimmel Stay.”