C’mon, Ross: Jennifer Aniston Blames No ‘Friends’ Revival on ‘The Boys’ (Video)

While you’re still celebrating the ability to binge-watch “Friends” in 2019 on Netflix, Jennifer Aniston is talking about a reunion. On Thursday’s “Late Late Show,” the woman behind Rachel is ready to do more original episodes of the classic “Must-See TV” NBC sitcom.

Oh, and so are Monica (Courteney Cox) and Phoebe (Lisa Kudrow), she says.

“Listen, the girls always say we would love to do it again, and the boys are a little less excited about it for some reason — I don’t know,” Aniston told James Corden last night. “And so, we’ve decided that we’ll just do … a remake of ‘The Golden Girls’ in 40 years.”

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While she’s made the “Golden Girls” quip before, it sounded like the female trio is actually down for whatever.

“Just try to go out on wicker chairs,” Aniston said.

You might want to knock it off with the foolish pride, Joey (Matt LeBlanc), Chandler (Matthew Perry) and Ross (David Schwimmer). After all, if Netflix is willing to pay damn near $100 million for reruns 

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Watch the video above.

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While you’re still celebrating the ability to binge-watch “Friends” in 2019 on Netflix, Jennifer Aniston is talking about a reunion. On Thursday’s “Late Late Show,” the woman behind Rachel is ready to do more original episodes of the classic “Must-See TV” NBC sitcom.

Oh, and so are Monica (Courteney Cox) and Phoebe (Lisa Kudrow), she says.

“Listen, the girls always say we would love to do it again, and the boys are a little less excited about it for some reason — I don’t know,” Aniston told James Corden last night. “And so, we’ve decided that we’ll just do … a remake of ‘The Golden Girls’ in 40 years.”

While she’s made the “Golden Girls” quip before, it sounded like the female trio is actually down for whatever.

“Just try to go out on wicker chairs,” Aniston said.

You might want to knock it off with the foolish pride, Joey (Matt LeBlanc), Chandler (Matthew Perry) and Ross (David Schwimmer). After all, if Netflix is willing to pay damn near $100 million for reruns 

Watch the video above.

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James Corden Finds Grande Way To Thank Guest Jeff Goldblum

James Corden found a grand way to thank Late Late Show guest Jeff Goldblum last night, and tap into the latest viral hit all at once. Parodying Ariana Grande’s hit single “Thank U, Next,” Corden concocted a dead-on take-off with &#822…

James Corden found a grand way to thank Late Late Show guest Jeff Goldblum last night, and tap into the latest viral hit all at once. Parodying Ariana Grande’s hit single “Thank U, Next,” Corden concocted a dead-on take-off with “Thank U, Jeff.” Watch it above, and compare to Grande’s original below. Grande’s tune set a YouTube record this month when it became the most-watched video in a 24-hour period following its debut, snaring more than 46 million views in just 22…

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Soon after its premiere on YouTube, Ariana Grande’s music video for “Thank U, Next” obliterated the record for single-day views, racking up over 50 million in a 24-hour period. But, thanks to James Corden and the writers over at The Late Late Show, tha…

Soon after its premiere on YouTube, Ariana Grande’s music video for “Thank U, Next” obliterated the record for single-day views, racking up over 50 million in a 24-hour period. But, thanks to James Corden and the writers over at The Late Late Show, that video may have some healthy competition. “Thank U, Jeff”…

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James Corden Sings About Jeff Goldblum’s Pecs in Parody of Ariana Grande’s ‘Thank U, Next’ (Video)

James Corden just wants to thank his favorite “Late Late Show” guest, Jeff Goldblum. What better way to do that than with a parody of Ariana Grande’s “thank u, next” music video?

Here’s one of the refrains from “Thank U, Jeff”:
“I’m so frickin’ grateful for his pecs/You can bet that he has tons of sex.”

We’ll take your word for it.

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Watch the video above.

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James Corden just wants to thank his favorite “Late Late Show” guest, Jeff Goldblum. What better way to do that than with a parody of Ariana Grande’s “thank u, next” music video?

Here’s one of the refrains from “Thank U, Jeff”:
“I’m so frickin’ grateful for his pecs/You can bet that he has tons of sex.”

We’ll take your word for it.

Watch the video above.

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James Corden Fails Eddie Redmayne’s Wizardry Test in Spectacular Fashion (Video)

James Corden’s dreams of becoming a magician isn’t going to happen after the “Late Late Show” host tried — and failed — to win over “Fantastic Beasts” star Eddie Redmayne.

Corden looked to impress Redmayne with his best magic tricks during a skit on last night’s show, but it didn’t go according to plan.

Calling himself Mr. Magnificent, the “Late Late Show” host’s wizardry exam started off promising enough, with the affable Brit pulling off some classic moves — unwinding several handkerchiefs tied together, blowing dust in Redmayne’s face, and, of course, unveiling a bouquet of fake flowers.

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Corden then tried to take it to the next level, changing into an all-white tuxedo and a Liberace-esque overcoat while dancing to “Get Ready for This.” But after seeing Corden accidentally throw a dove into a ceiling fan, Redmayne can’t take it anymore.

“You’re a joke,” Redmayne says. “You clearly don’t know anything about real magic.”

After telling Corden he’ll never be a real wizard, Redmayne turns a little trick of his own — which you’ll have to watch to find out more about.

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James Corden’s dreams of becoming a magician isn’t going to happen after the “Late Late Show” host tried — and failed — to win over “Fantastic Beasts” star Eddie Redmayne.

Corden looked to impress Redmayne with his best magic tricks during a skit on last night’s show, but it didn’t go according to plan.

Calling himself Mr. Magnificent, the “Late Late Show” host’s wizardry exam started off promising enough, with the affable Brit pulling off some classic moves — unwinding several handkerchiefs tied together, blowing dust in Redmayne’s face, and, of course, unveiling a bouquet of fake flowers.

Corden then tried to take it to the next level, changing into an all-white tuxedo and a Liberace-esque overcoat while dancing to “Get Ready for This.” But after seeing Corden accidentally throw a dove into a ceiling fan, Redmayne can’t take it anymore.

“You’re a joke,” Redmayne says. “You clearly don’t know anything about real magic.”

After telling Corden he’ll never be a real wizard, Redmayne turns a little trick of his own — which you’ll have to watch to find out more about.

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Stephen Colbert On Trump Covering For A Murderer: Maybe He Did, Maybe He Didn’t

The late night comics continued the annual Thanksgiving tradition of stuffing their monologues with White House-pardoned turkey jokes. The tastiest? Hard to beat Colbert’s.
“Every year,” Colbert said on CBS’ The Late Show, “the …

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‘Magnum PI’: CBS Looks to Jumpstart Reboot With Post-AFC Championship Game Time Slot

CBS will give its freshman drama “Magnum P.I.” an NFL-sized boost, announcing Friday that a new episode will air after the AFC Championship Game on Jan. 20.

The Jay Hernandez-fronted reboot of the classic Tom Selleck series hasn’t been the ratings driver CBS has hoped for, averaging a 1.3 rating among adults 18-49. That’s inclusive of a week’s worth of delayed viewing, and it places the drama in the company of Fox’s “Bob’s Burgers.”

But it should get a lot of new eyeballs when it airs after one of the most-watched TV broadcasts of the year. The last time CBS had the late window for the AFC Championship Game — it alternates this each year with Fox’s NFC Championship Game coverage — it drew nearly 48 million viewers, which is second only to the Super Bowl. A special “Late Late Show” with James Corden will air that night as well, after the local news.

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And speaking of the Super Bowl, Stephen Colbert, whose “Late Show” got the coveted post-Super Bowl slot the last time CBS aired the big game in 2016, is coming back for the network’s lineup following Super Bowl LIII on Feb. 3. He’ll air after the local news this time.

CBS has previously announced that “The World’s Best,” CBS’ new global talent show, has landed the coveted post-Super Bowl LIII time slot for its series premiere. Corden will host the competition, with Faith Hill, Drew Barrymore and RuPaul on as the American judges for the “AGT”-like property.

Each year, the Super Bowl is the most-watched show on television — so yeah, it provides a pretty good lead-in. Last year’s big game on NBC drew 103.4 million viewers.

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CBS will give its freshman drama “Magnum P.I.” an NFL-sized boost, announcing Friday that a new episode will air after the AFC Championship Game on Jan. 20.

The Jay Hernandez-fronted reboot of the classic Tom Selleck series hasn’t been the ratings driver CBS has hoped for, averaging a 1.3 rating among adults 18-49. That’s inclusive of a week’s worth of delayed viewing, and it places the drama in the company of Fox’s “Bob’s Burgers.”

But it should get a lot of new eyeballs when it airs after one of the most-watched TV broadcasts of the year. The last time CBS had the late window for the AFC Championship Game — it alternates this each year with Fox’s NFC Championship Game coverage — it drew nearly 48 million viewers, which is second only to the Super Bowl. A special “Late Late Show” with James Corden will air that night as well, after the local news.

And speaking of the Super Bowl, Stephen Colbert, whose “Late Show” got the coveted post-Super Bowl slot the last time CBS aired the big game in 2016, is coming back for the network’s lineup following Super Bowl LIII on Feb. 3. He’ll air after the local news this time.

CBS has previously announced that “The World’s Best,” CBS’ new global talent show, has landed the coveted post-Super Bowl LIII time slot for its series premiere. Corden will host the competition, with Faith Hill, Drew Barrymore and RuPaul on as the American judges for the “AGT”-like property.

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James Corden Joins Mark Wahlberg for His ‘Ridiculous’ 4 AM Workout (Video)

James Corden planned to follow Mark Wahlberg’s ridiculous daily schedule for a day. After maybe half of a 4 a.m. workout, the “Late Late Show” host was outtie.

The CBS personality was forced to start his day at 2:25 a.m. PT to get to the Wahlberg residence in time. Fortunately, there is no traffic at that hour — not even in Los Angeles.

“It is 10-to-3 in the morning. According to Mark Wahlberg’s Instagram schedule, he’s praying right now,” Corden says in one self-shot check-in. “And so am I — I’m praying that he cancels.”

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Corden made it, and he even had t-shirts made to commemorate the occasion. The two fellas’ shirtless physiques on the tees weren’t quite to scale, however. That didn’t go unnoticed by the “Pain & Gain” actor.

Watch the video above.

Wahlberg’s foster-parenting flick “Instant Family” gets adopted by theaters tomorrow.

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For reference, here is that obscene Wahlberg schedule:
2:30 a.m. wake up
2:45 a.m. prayer time
3:15 a.m. breakfast
3:40-5:15 a.m. workout
5:30 a.m. post-workout meal
6 a.m. shower
7:30 a.m. golf
8 a.m. snack
9:30 a.m. cryo chamber recovery
10:30 a.m. snack
11 a.m. family time/meetings/work calls
1 p.m. lunch
2 p.m. meetings/work calls
3 p.m. pick up kids from school
3:30 p.m. snack
4 p.m. workout No. 2
5 p.m. shower
5:30 p.m. dinner/family time
7:30 p.m. bedtime

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James Corden planned to follow Mark Wahlberg’s ridiculous daily schedule for a day. After maybe half of a 4 a.m. workout, the “Late Late Show” host was outtie.

The CBS personality was forced to start his day at 2:25 a.m. PT to get to the Wahlberg residence in time. Fortunately, there is no traffic at that hour — not even in Los Angeles.

“It is 10-to-3 in the morning. According to Mark Wahlberg’s Instagram schedule, he’s praying right now,” Corden says in one self-shot check-in. “And so am I — I’m praying that he cancels.”

Corden made it, and he even had t-shirts made to commemorate the occasion. The two fellas’ shirtless physiques on the tees weren’t quite to scale, however. That didn’t go unnoticed by the “Pain & Gain” actor.

Watch the video above.

Wahlberg’s foster-parenting flick “Instant Family” gets adopted by theaters tomorrow.

For reference, here is that obscene Wahlberg schedule:
2:30 a.m. wake up
2:45 a.m. prayer time
3:15 a.m. breakfast
3:40-5:15 a.m. workout
5:30 a.m. post-workout meal
6 a.m. shower
7:30 a.m. golf
8 a.m. snack
9:30 a.m. cryo chamber recovery
10:30 a.m. snack
11 a.m. family time/meetings/work calls
1 p.m. lunch
2 p.m. meetings/work calls
3 p.m. pick up kids from school
3:30 p.m. snack
4 p.m. workout No. 2
5 p.m. shower
5:30 p.m. dinner/family time
7:30 p.m. bedtime

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‘Late Late Show With James Corden’ to Stream in China Under New iQIYI Deal

“The Late Late Show With James Corden” will now be available for streaming in China, thanks to a new licensing agreement between CBS Studios International and one of China’s largest streaming platforms, iQIYI, the studio announced Wednesday.

The deal marks the first time the late-night series will be available in China, with current and past episodes on demand.

“It’s exciting to join forces with iQIYI to bring the supreme talent of James Corden and the star power of his guests to Chinese audiences,” said Armando Nuñez, president and CEO, CBS Global Distribution Group. “Mobile viewing dominates iQIYI’s subscriber base, making it the perfect platform for ‘The Late Late Show’s inventive content and viral moments.”

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“We are so honored and excited that our show is now available in China. We hope people enjoy watching it as much as we enjoy making it,” said “Late Late Show” executive producers Ben Winston and Rob Crabbe.

Added an iQIYI spokesperson: “We are more than delighted to bring ‘The Late Late Show’ to our platform. We believe the one and only James Corden will also be well recognized by millions of Chinese audiences. iQIYI is always seeking to provide premium entertainment programming to our users. We want to collaborate and partner with CBS Studios International as it is one of the leading international content providers.”

“The Late Late Show” is produced by CBS Television Studios, in association with Fulwell 73. Winston and Crabbe serve as executive producers. The late-night series is distributed worldwide by CBS Studios International.

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“The Late Late Show With James Corden” will now be available for streaming in China, thanks to a new licensing agreement between CBS Studios International and one of China’s largest streaming platforms, iQIYI, the studio announced Wednesday.

The deal marks the first time the late-night series will be available in China, with current and past episodes on demand.

“It’s exciting to join forces with iQIYI to bring the supreme talent of James Corden and the star power of his guests to Chinese audiences,” said Armando Nuñez, president and CEO, CBS Global Distribution Group. “Mobile viewing dominates iQIYI’s subscriber base, making it the perfect platform for ‘The Late Late Show’s inventive content and viral moments.”

“We are so honored and excited that our show is now available in China. We hope people enjoy watching it as much as we enjoy making it,” said “Late Late Show” executive producers Ben Winston and Rob Crabbe.

Added an iQIYI spokesperson: “We are more than delighted to bring ‘The Late Late Show’ to our platform. We believe the one and only James Corden will also be well recognized by millions of Chinese audiences. iQIYI is always seeking to provide premium entertainment programming to our users. We want to collaborate and partner with CBS Studios International as it is one of the leading international content providers.”

“The Late Late Show” is produced by CBS Television Studios, in association with Fulwell 73. Winston and Crabbe serve as executive producers. The late-night series is distributed worldwide by CBS Studios International.

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Rap group Migos helped James Corden get to work in the latest installment of “Carpool Karaoke,” during which the CBS host manned up and apologized to them.

The “Late Late Show” driver admitted to hip-hop trio Quavo, Offset and Takeoff that it was him who personally ruined the dab, a swag-dance move the trio created. And then they all sang Whitney Houston’s “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” together, as you do in such situations.

That 1987 classic wasn’t the only corny (but awesome) tune they all did together in the popular and recurring (late) late-night segment. Stick around for a “Sweet Caroline” remix later in Range Rover.

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Also during their trip, Migos takes Corden shopping to get him some “drip” — or fresh clothes and a fresher attitude. Good thing they flashed that $210,000 in cash in the car — and that may have just been Offset’s personal stash (for the day).

Watch the video above.

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Rap group Migos helped James Corden get to work in the latest installment of “Carpool Karaoke,” during which the CBS host manned up and apologized to them.

The “Late Late Show” driver admitted to hip-hop trio Quavo, Offset and Takeoff that it was him who personally ruined the dab, a swag-dance move the trio created. And then they all sang Whitney Houston’s “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” together, as you do in such situations.

That 1987 classic wasn’t the only corny (but awesome) tune they all did together in the popular and recurring (late) late-night segment. Stick around for a “Sweet Caroline” remix later in Range Rover.

Also during their trip, Migos takes Corden shopping to get him some “drip” — or fresh clothes and a fresher attitude. Good thing they flashed that $210,000 in cash in the car — and that may have just been Offset’s personal stash (for the day).

Watch the video above.

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‘Late, Late Show’ Host James Corden Woos Noah Centineo In Netflix Flick Parody

Late, Late Show host James Corden and romantic comedy star Noah Centineo had a fling of sorts the other night.
Centineo, one of the stars of the Netflix rom-com To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, was surprised in the film when his character recei…

Late, Late Show host James Corden and romantic comedy star Noah Centineo had a fling of sorts the other night. Centineo, one of the stars of the Netflix rom-com To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, was surprised in the film when his character received a letter from a secret crush. This time around, Centineo received another crush letter with a different premise, prompting Corden and Centineo to engage in a flirtatious bromance centered around the possibility of his guesting…

Stephen Colbert on Gun Violence: ‘Now is the Time for Action to Keep Our Communities Safe’

Both he and James Corden spent part of Thursday’s shows making solemn pleas for changes to the nation’s gun control measures.

12 people died in a mass shooting in Thousand Oaks, California on Wednesday night. Where maybe that would have been an opportunity (and expectation) for late night comedy shows to address it in some form before continuing with their shows the next day, not all did.

That’s not a condemnation of those shows’ decision-making processes, but more of a consequence of the number of these occurrences both this TV genre and the country at large have had to wrestle with over the past few years.

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On Wednesday’s edition of “The Late Show,” host Stephen Colbert added to the now-traditional somber moment of reflection before digging into the evening’s other plans. While introducing one of the episode’s guests — reelected New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand — Colbert took the chance to mention the National Rifle Association by name.

“For so many people, it’s become all too common in America,” Colbert said of the growing number of these shootings in this country. “Americans, whatever their political party, know that now is the time to take action to keep our communities safe.”

Colbert then noted that Gillibrand “has an ‘F’ rating from the NRA.”

Colbert’s CBS late-night counterpart James Corden also took time to acknowledge Wednesday night’s tragedy. While he didn’t address any particular lobbying groups by name, Corden did lead the audience in a moment of silence while the names and faces of all those who died were included on screen.

“What can we say that hasn’t been said? How do we continue to beg the leaders of this country to change this culture when they clearly won’t?” Corden said. “When votes and financing and tradition seem to matter more than people’s lives, how do we stop this from just becoming the norm?”

James Corden and ‘Stupid Hot’ Noah Centineo Fall for Each Other in ‘To All the Guests I’ve Loved Before’ (Video)

Watch out, Lara Jean Covey, James Corden is coming for your man. Well, he at least wants him in a guest way.

Noah Centineo — who plays the adorable the adorable teen heartthrob Peter Kavinsky opposite Lana Condor in Netflix’s “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” — stopped by the “Late Late Show” Thursday night, which meant that, of course, Corden had to get him to join in a parody of the flick that has captured social media’s heart.

The two spoofed the streamer’s extremely popular high school rom com in their own take, “To All the Guests I’ve Loved Before.” The bit kicks off the same way the movie does, with Noah discovering a letter James wrote about how much he wants him — as a guest.

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“Noah Centineo, you’re so hot,” Centineo say, as he reads Corden’s letter back to him. “Like, stupid hot. Hot in a way where you don’t even know it, but you like totally know it. Sometimes I fantasize about having you as a guest on the show. I mean, the things I’d say to you if I ever got you on my couch…”

Wait, Noah was never supposed to see that! It’s OK, James. He liked it, and he’s willing to try out this whole guest star thing.

The two fall in love (as guest and host) and spend all their time together, until Noah decides that maybe he could be James’ guest, “like, officially.”

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But there is trouble in paradise when Corden sees Centineo was on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and then Noah finds letters James wrote to Tom Cruise, Harry Styles, Halsey, Chris Pratt, Chris Pine, Chris Hemsworth — what, did he write a letter to every Chris in Hollywood?!?

So will he still be his guest? Watch Corden’s big romantic gesture above to find out.

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Watch out, Lara Jean Covey, James Corden is coming for your man. Well, he at least wants him in a guest way.

Noah Centineo — who plays the adorable the adorable teen heartthrob Peter Kavinsky opposite Lana Condor in Netflix’s “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” — stopped by the “Late Late Show” Thursday night, which meant that, of course, Corden had to get him to join in a parody of the flick that has captured social media’s heart.

The two spoofed the streamer’s extremely popular high school rom com in their own take, “To All the Guests I’ve Loved Before.” The bit kicks off the same way the movie does, with Noah discovering a letter James wrote about how much he wants him — as a guest.

“Noah Centineo, you’re so hot,” Centineo say, as he reads Corden’s letter back to him. “Like, stupid hot. Hot in a way where you don’t even know it, but you like totally know it. Sometimes I fantasize about having you as a guest on the show. I mean, the things I’d say to you if I ever got you on my couch…”

Wait, Noah was never supposed to see that! It’s OK, James. He liked it, and he’s willing to try out this whole guest star thing.

The two fall in love (as guest and host) and spend all their time together, until Noah decides that maybe he could be James’ guest, “like, officially.”

But there is trouble in paradise when Corden sees Centineo was on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and then Noah finds letters James wrote to Tom Cruise, Harry Styles, Halsey, Chris Pratt, Chris Pine, Chris Hemsworth — what, did he write a letter to every Chris in Hollywood?!?

So will he still be his guest? Watch Corden’s big romantic gesture above to find out.

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Derren Brown’s ‘D–k Brain’ Blows James Corden’s Own Mind – Again (Video)

Derren Brown is either the greatest guest ever at parties or the one that never leaves. Either way, that’s cool with us. On Wednesday, Brown returned to James Corden’s “Late Late Show” to blow the CBS host’s mind — again.

The psychological illusionist pulled off the ultimate Sudoku puzzle, and then turned it into a slick rice trick that is impressive even when it’s NOT 12:35 a.m.

Watch the full appearance via the video above.

That “D–k Brain” thing from our headline will make more sense when Brown recalls his high school experience. Spoiler alert: He wasn’t exactly homecoming king (assuming that’s a thing in England).

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Revisit Brown’s last Corden spot here. Dude is impressive and surely a show favorite.

Readers can get much more of Brown on Netflix. We strongly recommend both his “The Push” special and the more recent “Sacrifice” one.

Check out our interview with Brown about “The Push” here. Our “Sacrifice” conversation — and the extended trailer — can be found here.

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Derren Brown is either the greatest guest ever at parties or the one that never leaves. Either way, that’s cool with us. On Wednesday, Brown returned to James Corden’s “Late Late Show” to blow the CBS host’s mind — again.

The psychological illusionist pulled off the ultimate Sudoku puzzle, and then turned it into a slick rice trick that is impressive even when it’s NOT 12:35 a.m.

Watch the full appearance via the video above.

That “D–k Brain” thing from our headline will make more sense when Brown recalls his high school experience. Spoiler alert: He wasn’t exactly homecoming king (assuming that’s a thing in England).

Revisit Brown’s last Corden spot here. Dude is impressive and surely a show favorite.

Readers can get much more of Brown on Netflix. We strongly recommend both his “The Push” special and the more recent “Sacrifice” one.

Check out our interview with Brown about “The Push” here. Our “Sacrifice” conversation — and the extended trailer — can be found here.

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Barbra Streisand Outshines James Corden in ‘Carpool Karaoke’ Duet of ‘Memories’ (Video)

Barbra Streisand joined James Corden for his latest “Carpool Karaoke” installment, when the two sang songs off her new Trump-inspired album, “Walls.”

Yes, they managed to sneak in a few classics.

Perfectly, Barbra drove. Perhaps not perfectly, the “Funny Girl” star admitted to recently failing the DMV’s written exam test three times. It’s OK, they only almost got into like one accident on the commute to Corden’s CBS studio — at least, that’s what the final edit showed.

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One of the must-do ditties was, of course, “Memories.” We hate to say it, but Streisand outdid Corden on that one.

Absolutely nothing to be ashamed of there.

Along the way, Streisand told her passenger that she did not perform live for 27 years because of stage fright. She said she still doesn’t really enjoy it. We suppose the 85 GoPro cameras hooked up in her white Range Rover SUV are a different story.

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Streisand was a good sport for some ribbing while navigating Los Angeles traffic.

While claiming not to be a diva, Corden reminded her that she called Apple CEO Tim Cook directly to get Siri to pronounce her name correctly. That prompted Streisand to tell the “Late Late Show” host about the time she rang up Steve Jobs for some Mac computer help. As fittingly as Babs taking the wheel here, she says Jobs blamed her issue on Microsoft software.

Watch the video above.

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Barbra Streisand joined James Corden for his latest “Carpool Karaoke” installment, when the two sang songs off her new Trump-inspired album, “Walls.”

Yes, they managed to sneak in a few classics.

Perfectly, Barbra drove. Perhaps not perfectly, the “Funny Girl” star admitted to recently failing the DMV’s written exam test three times. It’s OK, they only almost got into like one accident on the commute to Corden’s CBS studio — at least, that’s what the final edit showed.

One of the must-do ditties was, of course, “Memories.” We hate to say it, but Streisand outdid Corden on that one.

Absolutely nothing to be ashamed of there.

Along the way, Streisand told her passenger that she did not perform live for 27 years because of stage fright. She said she still doesn’t really enjoy it. We suppose the 85 GoPro cameras hooked up in her white Range Rover SUV are a different story.

Streisand was a good sport for some ribbing while navigating Los Angeles traffic.

While claiming not to be a diva, Corden reminded her that she called Apple CEO Tim Cook directly to get Siri to pronounce her name correctly. That prompted Streisand to tell the “Late Late Show” host about the time she rang up Steve Jobs for some Mac computer help. As fittingly as Babs taking the wheel here, she says Jobs blamed her issue on Microsoft software.

Watch the video above.

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‘Late Late Show’ Host James Corden Teams With Barbra Streisand For Some Classic Carpool Karaoke

Late Late Show host James Corden was in a bind. He needed a ride to work. But instead of Uber or Lyft, he called on Barbra Streisand for a favor.
The full video of their encounter is now out, showcasing tonight’s installment of the popular Carpoo…

Late Late Show host James Corden was in a bind. He needed a ride to work. But instead of Uber or Lyft, he called on Barbra Streisand for a favor. The full video of their encounter is now out, showcasing tonight’s installment of the popular Carpool Karaoke. In it, the one…the only…the legendary Barbra Streisand takes over. Instead of Corden in the driver’s seat, as per usual, it’s the Academy Award-winning actress-singer at the wheel. Corden is stranded and then picked up…

Barbra Streisand Warns James Corden About Her Driving on ‘Carpool Karaoke’ (Watch)

Barbra Streisand seemingly has every award under the sun (she’s one of few people to receive EGOT status), but the famous singer isn’t immune to everyday problems. On the latest installment of “Carpool Karaoke,” which aired Thur…

Barbra Streisand seemingly has every award under the sun (she’s one of few people to receive EGOT status), but the famous singer isn’t immune to everyday problems. On the latest installment of “Carpool Karaoke,” which aired Thursday night, Streisand tells James Corden that she failed the test to renew her driver’s license three times. She […]

Ariana Grande Freaks Out Over and Over in a Haunted Escape Room With James Corden (Video)

Ariana Grande says she likes being scared — but probably not this much.

The singer and James Corden broke off a piece of their “Carpool Karaoke” trip to visit a haunted escape room, and “The Late Late Show” held the segment back for Halloween.

Grande spent pretty much the entire visit freaking out and cursing at people and props.

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“You’re a bitch!” she yelled at one worker who was dressed up as the girl from “The Ring.”

“F— these heads,” Grande said when she and the CBS host encountered some skeletons.

Turns out, she ended up with a pretty good reason for all that animosity. After Grande and Corden solved the puzzle, a zombie accidentally(?) tripped her up, causing a bit of a nasty spill.

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“I’ve done 300 escape rooms,” a bandaged-up Grande said, back in the car. “That’s not an escape room. That’s one of the seven gates to Hell.”

Watch the video above.

Happy Halloween!

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Ariana Grande says she likes being scared — but probably not this much.

The singer and James Corden broke off a piece of their “Carpool Karaoke” trip to visit a haunted escape room, and “The Late Late Show” held the segment back for Halloween.

Grande spent pretty much the entire visit freaking out and cursing at people and props.

“You’re a bitch!” she yelled at one worker who was dressed up as the girl from “The Ring.”

“F— these heads,” Grande said when she and the CBS host encountered some skeletons.

Turns out, she ended up with a pretty good reason for all that animosity. After Grande and Corden solved the puzzle, a zombie accidentally(?) tripped her up, causing a bit of a nasty spill.

“I’ve done 300 escape rooms,” a bandaged-up Grande said, back in the car. “That’s not an escape room. That’s one of the seven gates to Hell.”

Watch the video above.

Happy Halloween!

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Barbra Streisand Gives James Corden a Lift in Latest ‘Carpool Karaoke’ Preview

Don’t bring around a cloud to rain on James Corden’s parade. After racking up numerous unpaid parking tickets, the “Late Late Show” host gets an unfortunate wheel clamp on his Range Rover in the latest “Carpool Karaoke&#82…

Don’t bring around a cloud to rain on James Corden’s parade. After racking up numerous unpaid parking tickets, the “Late Late Show” host gets an unfortunate wheel clamp on his Range Rover in the latest “Carpool Karaoke” preview. Stranded in Los Angeles and in a hurry to get to work at CBS Television City, he […]

‘Carpool Karaoke’: Barbra Streisand Joins James Corden For Some Show Tune Fun

In Thursday’s installment of Jame’s Corden’s uber-popular Carpool Karaoke, the Late Late Show host welcomes the one…the only…the legendary Barbra Streisand. In a preview of her mobile singing session, there’s a switc…

In Thursday’s installment of Jame’s Corden’s uber-popular Carpool Karaokethe Late Late Show host welcomes the one…the only…the legendary Barbra Streisand. In a preview of her mobile singing session, there’s a switch. Instead of Corden in the driver’s seat, it’s Academy Award-winning actress-singer at the wheel. In the 43-second preview of Thursday night’s episode, Corden is stranded and then picked up by Streisand who claims she doesn’t put the radio on to hear music…

‘Carpool Karaoke’: Michael Buble Gets Emotional Talking About Son’s Cancer Diagnosis

In the latest installment of James Corden’s Carpool Karaoke on Friday, the Late Late Show host welcomed singer Michael Buble. As with every other Carpool Karaoke segment, the two sang some of the crooner’s greatest hits such as “Haven…

In the latest installment of James Corden’s Carpool Karaoke on Friday, the Late Late Show host welcomed singer Michael Buble. As with every other Carpool Karaoke segment, the two sang some of the crooner’s greatest hits such as “Haven't Met You Yet” and “It's A Beautiful Day”, but the conversation took an emotional turn when they started talking about Buble’s son and his cancer diagnosis. Buble said that when they received the news about his son Noah’s cancer diagnosis in…