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Jimmy Kimmel's epic rubber band suit; ‘Suit of the Loom’ helps charity (video)

Jimmy Kimmel shared with America on Wednesday night that anything can be made with a Rainbow Loom, some rubber bands and a help from America. The talk show hosted debuted the first (and probably only) full suit that included a jacket, tie and pants made of tiny rubber bands. The creation was called “The Suit of the Loom.” The look was fabulous and colorful for the Jimmy Kimmel Live! fans to check out. According to ABC News on Thursday, Jimmy Kimmel’s colorful rubber band creation is on the auction block, raising money to fight childhood cancer.

Jimmy Kimmel was at least 98% rubber and obviously very colorful as the rubber bands were put together for a unique design. Pieces of the suit were sent in by fans and then the wardrobe department patched together all the different elements.

However cool it looked, there was more to the project than just wearing it once. The rubber band suit is being sold to raise money for a charity. The proceeds of the sale will benefit the MaxLove Project, a non-profit inspired by Max Wilford. The seven year old was inspiring and shared a special moment with Jimmy Kimmel.

The “Suit of the Loom” is available on eBay, and the auction runs until March 8. Take a peek at the video clip of this remarkable outfit.

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