Jimmy Kimmel's 'Lie Witness News' Asks People About Their Thoughts On Some Made Up News Events From 2015

So excited about the dinosaurs.

"2015 has been a big year for news, and one of the biggest stories this year was when Jay-Z bought the Leaning Tower of Pisa for his wife, Beyoncé."

Wait a second — what?

In another perfectly hilarious episode of Jimmy Kimmel's "Lie Witness News," the team takes to the streets to ask people about their thoughts on all of the top news stories from 2015.

Of course, they're all completely ridiculous, falsified stories about celebrities, politicians, events, and more, but somehow people still believe they happened. 

Perhaps it's the pressure of the interview or maybe people really just think they've heard about this stuff — but the resulting responses are incredibly priceless.

"Were you excited when you saw the Instagrams of Blue Ivy using [the Leaning Tower of Pisa] as her Slip'N Slide?" the interviewer asks.

"A little bit, because I was kind of jealous," one man responds.

"Obviously, President Obama took a few months off this summer to shoot another 'Transformers' movie, where he'll be playing a hybrid car, to promote eco-awareness. What did you think about that move? Was it presidential?"

"I think that's a good cause, but I don't think it's exactly a presidential job for him to be doing," one man answers.

(Probably not.)

The interviewer goes on to ask people's opinions on the newly-revived baby pterodactyl, John Lennon and George Harrison's reunion at Madison Square Garden, and other completely illegitimate news topics.

Needless to say, it's a video you just have to watch.

Watch the full clip below: