For the last few weeks, the running joke on late-night television has been about a quaint little town in Newfoundland called Dildo. The population of Dildo is about 1,200 people, but it looks like it might increase by a few soon! Jimmy Kimmel's Dildo Mayor campaign is gaining some serious support in Newfoundland.

Shortly after hearing about the town of Dildo, late-night TV show host Jimmy Kimmel became totally obsessed with the town. He started by featuring some news clips from the town on a segment, but then took it a step further by not only Skyping a few of the town's residents but also announcing that he would like to run for mayor.

The people of Dildo seemed quite excited about Kimmel's enthusiasm, but they informed him that if he wants his campaign to be successful, he'll have to come to Newfoundland himself and get "screeched in". The townspeople also wrote a song to show off their pride, which you can listen to in the video above.

Word travels fast around Newfoundland apparently, as now the premiere of the province, Dwight Ball, has sent out a personal invitation for Kimmel to come by and see all of the delights that the island has to offer.

Before going himself, Kimmel sent his esteemed sidekick, Guillermo out to Dildo to do some campaigning for him, and it looks like the majority of the province is in favour of Kimmel running for mayor.

On Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night, Kimmel was able to chat with Guillermo about his experience in Dildo, and he couldn't stop talking about how friendly the people are, and how beautiful the town is. 

Kimmel had previously joked about different merchandise that the town should start selling, including Dildonuts, which they clever called "Jammy Kimmel flavoured". Kimmel finished off the segment by saying, "I understand that I'm not Canadian, but if we can have a dildo running America, why can't we have an American running Dildo?"

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