字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 -Russell Wilson, Ciara, I am so psyched to have you both on the show. Thank you, thank you so much. You look good. Where are you right now? And how are you doing? -Well, we're cozied up right here by the fire. I'm trying to get as close as I can to her -- you know what I mean? -- and cuddle up. -You're smooth, man. You're smooth. -Yeah, yeah. We're in California right now. Obviously, all this going on is just absolutely crazy. -It's all -- It's really -- How are you keeping the kids entertained? What are you doing? Any tricks? -Oh, my gosh. Literally, we have -- We've realized -- We always think there's nothing we can't do, but we've realized that there's really nothing we can't do. At this point, we're teacher's assistants -- yep -- Zoom classing it up. But it's been really fun, actually. It's been kind of working itself out. Russ is now officially the football coach. -Yeah. I'm coaching football, baseball, basketball, all the sports, trying to get them trained up. -And then I'm gonna start doing some dance classes for Sienna and Zahir. -She's teaching me. -All three of them. -That must be intimidating, huh? I mean, how's Russell's moves on the dance floor? -You know, he's a got his -- He's a good pocket dancer. -Hey, I'm in the pocket. You know what I'm saying? -Oh, I see. That's right. Of course. -Yeah. -Ah! -He's got his nice little groove that he goes to and he does it very well. So when he stays in that pocket, it's all good. -A bunch of stuff around the house, though. I mean, we've been cooking. -Frickin' dog grooming. -Yep, yep. -We're dog groomers now. -I've become a celebrity hairstylist. I am helping with all Ciara's wigs. -Stop. -That's the best. Dude, I'm afraid to cut my hair. I'm like, "I'm just gonna mess it up. I don't know what to do. I'm just going to let it grow out. -Well, I had my hair super-long right before all this and then I cut it. So now it's just, like -- It's just growing out. So I may get to your level there, Jimmy. -We're asking everyone who comes on if they have a charity that they work with. I know you guys work with a lot of charities, but the one that sticks -- What was the one your dad would always say to you, we talked about, Russell, when you were on the show? -Yeah. So, we have our foundation, the Why Not You Foundation. And my dad used to always ask me this fundamental question, you know, every day almost. He'd say, "Son, why not you?" You know, and it was a fundamental subconscious and conscious question that kind of drove my whole life. I think the same thing for Ciara. And that's why we created the Why Not You Foundation is to be able to implement this "Why not you?" attitude into kids all over the world. And we want to be able to, you know, impact with, you know, the corona situation right now, so we were like, "What do we do?" You know, there's so many people that are searching for food. And so what we did was -- we donated a million meals to Feeding America in Seattle, and that's been a blessing and it's been really, really cool. Yeah, feedingamerica.org Yeah, exactly. And, so, then from that, you know, one of my dearest friends is Kenny Dichter, who is the C.E.O. of Wheels Up. And, you know, me and him were talking. He was actually one of our groomsmen in our wedding. And, you know, he said, "Man, I've been super-inspired. We got to do something." So we started thinking about this idea called Meals Up. You know, and Meals Up -- our goal was to be able to get to 10 million meals. And a bunch of people have been able to help make an impact, guys from Tom Brady to the J.J. Watts of the world and different people helped influence and impact and, obviously, a lot of the members and people. And people have been inspired. We've surpassed that 10 million meals days ago. It's been amazing. -Did you really? -Yeah. -That's great. -It was actually, like, the day of almost. -Yeah. I mean, a couple days after, we were at 10 million meals. So that's been a blessing to be able to make that impact. And then, you know, obviously, right now, people are looking for masks and everything else, and so we have a company -- I have a company called Good Man Brand, and that's a clothing line. And one of the cool things is that, you know, we want to be able to instill good in the world. So, you know, with Good Man Brand, the ethos of what we created was this idea that if we're going to call it Good Man Brand, we got to instill good in the world. So what we do is -- we donate 3%. Every time somebody buys a shirt, pair of pants, whatever it may be, 3% of those proceeds go to the Why Not You Foundation, while we donate all those proceeds to the Friends of the Children, which is a mentorship program. But the cool part has been, during this situation, is -- we were just able to, you know, help facilitate 2 million masks with Good Man Brand and, you know, trying to partner with helping give these masks away. So, it happened, actually, yesterday. -Daddy. -A lot of things are going on. -Daddy, I lost a tooth. -Wait. Hold on. I'm sorry. What? What do you need to show me? Wait. This is big news, guys. Just tell them what happened. -What's up? -What happened? -I lost a tooth! -Yay! -You did what? -She lost her tooth. -Oh, wow. -Whoo! -Just now it just happened? -Yeah. -Oh, let me see it. Oh, my gosh. Winnie, I'm so happy! -That's so awesome. -Wow! Oh, I'm so happy! -How did it happen? How did it happen? -How did it happen? -Mommy put a string around my tooth, then she went to pull it out, and then it worked. -Oh, my God. Well, I have a funny story to tell you. Our son, Future, when he lost his first tooth, his sister accidentally, like, bumped him. He was going down, and she bumped him with an arm, and the tooth -- it popped out. -Popped out. Just right there on the floor. -Yeah. So, we've tried the string thing, too, as well. Congratulations. -There it is. -Whoo! -Look at that. -Nice! Tooth Fairy's coming tonight. -Yeah. -Alright. Oh, my gosh. The Tooth Fairy. Hopefully the Tooth Fairy knows that this happened and will be visiting you tonight. -She knows. She knows. -Oh, my gosh. I'm so proud of you, buddy. Alright. Sorry. Sorry. Franny... -Who's that? So cute. -Oh, my gosh. Alright. We don't even know who that is. It's a strange kid that just wandered in. -Just some kid that came into our home. Sorry to interrupt. -Well, you guys clearly know what it's like, right? -That's how it goes. And, like, we have meetings that are constantly interrupted with our kids running in. So it's the new way now. It's the new norm. -Yeah. I'm happy that I got to share my kid losing her first -- or I guess her sixth tooth, but it happened just now with you guys. -Just like that. -I'll never, ever forget it. How memorable. Guys, thanks for giving back and thanks for being you. You are in, you know, such a spot that you can help so many people and you are, and that is just so inspiring. And, you know, I'm a giant fan. So, thank you for doing this. -Just for everybody who is listening, I think the best way to overcome this is by love, by serving. You know, love big, serve big. You know, I think those two things, whatever we can do. You know, and it's not necessarily just resources. It's time and relationships and energy and mind-set and just keeping everybody together as much as possible and being safe, too, obviously, during this time. You know, it really does matter. It does affect everything. So let's keep the conversation going. -Keep it going, yeah. Keep staying in. The curve is flattening, which is great. -Stay in. It's working. -And we're all in this together. All of us are in it together. We're all in the same boat. -Well-said, guys. -Jimmy, thanks for having us on, man. -Bye, guys. Thank you again. Thank you so much. -Okay. -Alright, buddy. I'll see you. -Bye.