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Corden urged his audience to “remember what America signifies" in a packed episode featuring Tom Cruise, Harry Styles, Will Ferrell and his late-night rivals.
The "Late Late Show" host hit the streets one last time — with a darkly comic twist.
The "Rolling In The Deep" singer had the departing "Late Late Show" host in tears during a final, surprise edition of the musical segment.
The rapper-turned-media mogul bewildered the "Late Late Show" host during his "Carpool Karaoke" appearance.
"I hope I never, ever work with you again," Craig Duncan said in a YouTube video about "The Late Late Show," host.
The comedian “nearly literally killed” at a recent show in Memphis, “The Late Late Show” said.
The "Top Gun: Maverick" star was revealed as Corden's final guest in a photo that showed Cruise dressed as Pumbaa — the flatulent warthog from "The Lion King."
The famous chef cooked up some nasty putdowns and repeated a gross gesture.
Stephen Colbert is reportedly involved in the transition.
The "Late Late Show" host said he can understand a lot of sexual proclivities — but not this one.