James Corden Honors 'Diverse' And 'Brilliant' London In Wake Of Terror Attack

"I felt a really long way from home."

James Corden paid an emotional tribute to his hometown of London on Wednesday, following the terror attack which left four people dead.

The British “Late Late Show” host said he’d felt “a really long, long way from home” as he watched news coverage of the horrific incident and that he wished he could have been there “with loved ones to stand alongside them.”

Corden praised the spirit of the United Kingdom’s capital by hailing it as a “diverse and proud and brilliant city.”

“If this act of terrorism was supposed to divide,” he added. “The people of London, I know for a fact that all something like this does is bring them closer together as one.”

Check out the full segment above.