Popular television and reality show host Jimmy Kimmel, who is all set to anchor the celebrated 68th 'Primetime Emmy Awards', reveals that he feels nervous whenever he goes out of his own studio to host any other event.
"Yeah, I get nervous. Whenever I'm out of my studio I get nervous to some degree. I'm including if I have to give a toast at a dinner or do the White House Correspondents dinner. When I'm out of my comfort zone, it makes me nervous. Here in this studio, I'm never nervous." Jimmy said.
"But whenever I have to leave this building, I get a little nervous," he added.
While sharing about his job experience, Jimmy Kimmel revealed that hosting a grand event like the Emmy's is like "as much work as you want it to be".
"It's one of those things where you just keep working on it and working on it. There were things that were current when you thought of it three months ago that maybe aren't anymore." He said in a statement.
"You really can't decide on your jokes until the day of or the day before. For us, I like to be prepared, so we've been working on it for a couple of months now," Jimmy added further.
In India, the grandiose event will be telecasted on the Star English entertainment channel on September 19th.