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Kaley Cuoco engaged; Jimmy Kimmel feuds with Roy Moore; Perfect Duet; more

Kaley Cuoco engaged; Jimmy Kimmel feuds with Roy Moore; Perfect Duet; more

Moore has generically denied the charges, first reported by the Washington Post, and polls suggest that many Alabama voters haven't been moved by the allegations.

That led to a Twitter exchange between Kimmel and Moore that excited both sets of followers - 69,800 for Moore and 10.5 million for Kimmel.

".@jimmykimmel If you want to mock our Christian values, come down here to Alabama and do it man to man. #ALSen", Moore tweeted Thursday afternoon.

For more, this is just one video you have to see.

Kimmel read the tweet during his opening monologue.

Moore is running for a US Senate seat in Alabama amid accusations of sexual assault and allegedly pursuing relationships with underage girls.

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As it turns out, the "Christian values" route was probably not the right approach for Moore to attack the late night host.

Moore appeared to target Kimmel over a recent church rally incident where Tony Barbieri - a comedian who has appeared as a recurring character on Kimmel's show - called Moore "a man's man" and, heckling the Senate candidate, shouted, "Does that look like the face of a molester?!" At my church, forcing yourself on underage girls is a no-no. Or maybe when you say, 'Come down to Alabama and we'll do it man to man, ' maybe that means you're challenging me to a fight, which is kind of what it sounds like. And if you are, I accept, by the way.

"If you are, I accept by the way. I will put my Christian values aside just for you and for that fight".

The host said he'd even be willing to physically fight him on condition that the victor would donate the money from ticket sales to the charity of their choice - and pledged his to Moore's victims.

Here's the problem that a lot of people don't seem to understand with the Roy Moore debacle down there in Alabama.

Many national Republicans have abandoned Moore after multiple women accused him of inappropriate sexual conduct when they were as young as 14.