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‘Halloween Candy Kids’ Wins Jimmy Kimmel’s Clip of the Year [VIDEOS]

Jimmy Kimmel Live
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Every year, Jimmy Kimmel gives out a year-end award to the viral video or other clip that made the biggest impact. This year it was obvious who was going to win.

Three year-old Jake and seven year-old C.J., from the now-classic ‘Halloween Candy Kids’ video that went viral in October was far and away the best Kimmel clip of 2011.

Sure, there were other good clips nominated, like the video of the kid waking up to Waka Flocka, the streaker running into a wall, and even the iguana farting in a bath tub. But the candy kids were just too popular (and funny).

Check out all the nominees plus the original winning video below. You can also watch Kimmel interview plucky young Jake and C.J. on his show back in November.

http://youtu.be/acrp_A8-CAY

Watch parents giving kids terrible Christmas gifts on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’

Don’t forget to vote for the “Cutest Kid of 2011″

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