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On “The Late Late Show,” Corden inserted himself into the “Get Back” footage to portray a previously unknown Beatle named Gary Thump.
The "SEAL Team" star recalled his bizarre encounter with the rock legend on "The Late Late Show."
The cranky comic recalled running into the talk show host with his family at breakfast.
The "Jeopardy!" host and "How I Met Your Mother" star were friends until Bialik went to see him perform in the musical.
The "Cinderella" star recalled during a "Carpool Karaoke" segment on "The Late Late Show" that she had needed to take the edge off.
"It works!" the "Star Trek" and "X-Men" star told James Corden on "The Late Late Show."
The talk show host upset LA traffic with his pelvic moves during filming. Now watch the finished product.
The "Friends" star left the "Shape of You" singer alone with her Amazon Alexa device. Big mistake.
The bit received backlash after a viral TikTok pointed out how it contributed to anti-Asian sentiment. It also sparked a petition demanding an apology.
Come for the quarterback to declare "I'm the Ariana Grande of the NFL." Stay for his Hall of Fame putt.
The legendary Beatle almost quit the 2018 project multiple times, even on the morning of the shoot, recalled "The Late Late Show" host.
The model spilled her guts to James Corden on "that Obama thing."
"The Late Late Show" host ripped the former president for "trying to develop a new persona as a tech mogul."
"The Late Show" host noticed something bad guys seem to have in common.
The then-"Late Late Show" host's monologue is gaining renewed traction with the release of the "Free Britney Spears" documentary.
The "Harold & Kumar," star, who served in the Obama White House, chatted with "The Late Late Show" host James Corden.
"Words is where I operate and where I can make magic happen," the inaugural poet said on "The Late Late Show."
“The Late Late Show” celebrated “One Day More” of Donald Trump with the musical parody.
The "Wonder Woman 1984" star and James Corden played dessert detectives as Gadot continued her talk show food jag.