September 30, 2015 6:16:57 pm
Priyanka Chopra has been making waves internationally for a while now thanks to her pop singles with the likes of Pitbull and Will.i.am. Rising to new heights, the actress has now bagged a role in ABC’s ‘Quantico’, which took her to the sets of talk show, ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’.
Priyanka made quite an entrance in a navy blue outfit by Barbara Bui with a broad leather belt and sky-high Louboutins, amidst the applause and shouts from fans on the show.
Jimmy Kimmel greeted the actress with kisses, complimenting her that she smelled fantastic, to which Priyanka’s quick response was, “I wake up like this.”
Admitting that she’s been receiving the same compliment from Americans ever since she’s moved to the United States, Priyanka shared a few instances where she’s been asked ‘not-so-bright’ questions about India and successfully got a few laughs from the audience as well as Jimmy Kimmel.
Chatting about her childhood, Priyanka spoke about her decision to school in America, just so that she could get out of wearing uniform. The actress also shared the perils she faced having moved to the States at the young age of 12 and figuring out her high school wardrobe.
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Blatantly admitting her love for rapper Tupac, Priyanka made a revelation on National Television that she was supposed to be Mrs. Tupac Shakur. Unfortunately, it didn’t work out, but that didn’t stop the songstress from mourning for 20 days straight when he was shot.
Her next confession – Tupac was eventually replaced by former basketball player, Dennis Rodman. Hardly being able to contain his shock, Jimmy Kimmel could not help but comment that Priyanka has weird taste in men.
And finally getting to her show, ‘Quantico’, Priyanka received some praise from Jimmy Kimmel who also tried to get the plot out of the actress.
Prior to making her appearance, Priyanka tweeted about the same.
— PRIYANKA (@priyankachopra) September 29, 2015
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