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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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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Migos ‘Carpool Karaoke’: James Corden Apologizes to Rap Group for Personally Ruining the Dab (Video)

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).

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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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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.

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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.

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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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James Corden Combines ‘Making a Murderer’ and ‘Halloween’ So You Don’t Have to Choose Today (Video)

Netflix’s “Making a Murderer” Season 2 and Blumhouse’s “Halloween” both came out Friday, so how does one choose which to watch? Well, James Corden just combined the two into one true-crime series/horror flick crossover, “Making a Halloween Murderer,” so maybe start with that.

In the Thursday “Late Late Show” sketch, Corden’s Michael Myers has been locked up four 40 years when he implores a group of documentarians to shed light on his appeal, and to seek out some of his buddies as character witnesses. Cut to: Jason Voorhees, who totally vouches for the guy.

“The only thing Mike ever killed is on the dance floor,” the “Friday the 13th” baddie says. “The guy can move.”

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Later, when presented with some violent film footage from the (alleged) crime, Myers admits that video of him attacking Jamie Lee Curtis with a knife in an earlier “Halloween” movie does “look bad.”

Fortunately for the masked man who is definitely not a killer, newly discovered DNA evidence eventual springs him from the clink. And on the outside, he meets a lady — but his freedom and newfound relationship don’t last once the cops sit down and watch all of the other “Halloween” movies.

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Netflix’s “Making a Murderer” Season 2 and Blumhouse’s “Halloween” both came out Friday, so how does one choose which to watch? Well, James Corden just combined the two into one true-crime series/horror flick crossover, “Making a Halloween Murderer,” so maybe start with that.

In the Thursday “Late Late Show” sketch, Corden’s Michael Myers has been locked up four 40 years when he implores a group of documentarians to shed light on his appeal, and to seek out some of his buddies as character witnesses. Cut to: Jason Voorhees, who totally vouches for the guy.

“The only thing Mike ever killed is on the dance floor,” the “Friday the 13th” baddie says. “The guy can move.”

Later, when presented with some violent film footage from the (alleged) crime, Myers admits that video of him attacking Jamie Lee Curtis with a knife in an earlier “Halloween” movie does “look bad.”

Fortunately for the masked man who is definitely not a killer, newly discovered DNA evidence eventual springs him from the clink. And on the outside, he meets a lady — but his freedom and newfound relationship don’t last once the cops sit down and watch all of the other “Halloween” movies.

Watch the video above.

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Jon Hamm made his “Late Late Show” debut on Monday night, when James Corden sat his guest right down at the “Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts” table. It’s not nearly as comfy as the CBS show’s couch.

Early on in the recurring gross-out game, in which a player must answer a highly personal question that is usually either embarrassing or chock-full of consequences to avoid eating or drinking something atrocious, Hamm choked down a chili cheese-dog smoothie to avoid ranking “Batman” actors from best to worst.

Corden creeped out the entire audience by eating a tarantula and keeping secret his least favorite “Late Late Show” guest, though he let it slip that it’s a dude. You get how this game goes.

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During his next turn, to get out of drinking bird saliva, Corden names “Tag” as his least favorite Jon Hamm movie.

“Fair enough,” Hamm responds.

Well, it wasn’t going to be his new one, “Bad Times at the El Royale,” which Hamm was there to promote.

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Later, Hamm doubles up on hot sauce shots to avoid naming his least-favorite co-star of his career, which has been a rather prolific one since AMC’s “Mad Men” took off.

Finally, everyone saved the best (or worst, depending how you look at it) for last: Hamm had to eat bull penis to get out of showing Corden just how big his human penis is. Sorry, Ma Corden.

Watch the video above.

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Jon Hamm made his “Late Late Show” debut on Monday night, when James Corden sat his guest right down at the “Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts” table. It’s not nearly as comfy as the CBS show’s couch.

Early on in the recurring gross-out game, in which a player must answer a highly personal question that is usually either embarrassing or chock-full of consequences to avoid eating or drinking something atrocious, Hamm choked down a chili cheese-dog smoothie to avoid ranking “Batman” actors from best to worst.

Corden creeped out the entire audience by eating a tarantula and keeping secret his least favorite “Late Late Show” guest, though he let it slip that it’s a dude. You get how this game goes.

During his next turn, to get out of drinking bird saliva, Corden names “Tag” as his least favorite Jon Hamm movie.

“Fair enough,” Hamm responds.

Well, it wasn’t going to be his new one, “Bad Times at the El Royale,” which Hamm was there to promote.

Later, Hamm doubles up on hot sauce shots to avoid naming his least-favorite co-star of his career, which has been a rather prolific one since AMC’s “Mad Men” took off.

Finally, everyone saved the best (or worst, depending how you look at it) for last: Hamm had to eat bull penis to get out of showing Corden just how big his human penis is. Sorry, Ma Corden.

Watch the video above.

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James Corden, Reggie Watts and Jenny Slate Made a ’90s Rap Video for ‘Venom’

James Corden has that ’90s rap and dancing thing down, but the “Late Late Show” host is pretty lacking when it comes to super-strength. On Thursday, Corden, his bandleader Reggie Watts, and actress Jenny Slate made a music video in ho…

James Corden has that ’90s rap and dancing thing down, but the “Late Late Show” host is pretty lacking when it comes to super-strength. On Thursday, Corden, his bandleader Reggie Watts, and actress Jenny Slate made a music video in honor Marvel’s “Venom.”

In the video, which will take viewers and hip-hop fans back a good 25 years, Corden is tasked with taking on the dual role of Eddie Brock and Venom. He’s fine as Brock, but a bit lost as Venom — especially when he’s tasked with performing a backflip.

Oh yeah, and he doesn’t look quite as good as Tom Hardy (CGI) does in that symbiote suit.

For her part, Slate turns the whole thing up a few degrees, reminiscent of TLC’s Lisa “Left Eye” Lopez. She’s also the reason that Corden ends up on crutches.

Watch “Spittin’ Venom” via the video above.

“Venom” is out in theaters now.

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Kaley Cuoco, Joel McHale and James Corden Turn Drake Bars Into a Soap Opera (Video)

Kaley Cuoco, Joel McHale and James Corden started from the bottom now they here — turning Drake lyrics into a soap opera on the “Late Late Show” recurring skit, “The Bold and the Lyrical.”

In Wednesday night’s hospital setting, Dr. Corden sees “Bad things/It’s a lot of bad things” when examining the “Big Bang Theory” star’s x-rays.

But before those two can bond too much in her time of need, bad boy McHale kicks the patient room’s door in: “Hi, haters/I’m back off hiatus.”

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The sketch also contained lines from “Hotline Bling,” “I’m Upset,””I’m Sorry” and “Best I Ever Had,” among other Drizzy hit singles.

But who gets the girl?

Watch the video above, because, well, YOLO.

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Kaley Cuoco, Joel McHale and James Corden started from the bottom now they here — turning Drake lyrics into a soap opera on the “Late Late Show” recurring skit, “The Bold and the Lyrical.”

In Wednesday night’s hospital setting, Dr. Corden sees “Bad things/It’s a lot of bad things” when examining the “Big Bang Theory” star’s x-rays.

But before those two can bond too much in her time of need, bad boy McHale kicks the patient room’s door in: “Hi, haters/I’m back off hiatus.”

The sketch also contained lines from “Hotline Bling,” “I’m Upset,””I’m Sorry” and “Best I Ever Had,” among other Drizzy hit singles.

But who gets the girl?

Watch the video above, because, well, YOLO.

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Kathy Griffin Rips Julie Chen, Says Les Moonves Wouldn’t Consider a Woman for ‘Late Late Show’

Kathy Griffin just made Les Moonves’ night (even) worse. The comedian shredded the now-former CBS CEO and his wife Julie Chen (“The Talk,” “Big Brother”) in a lengthy Twitter rant on Sunday, which kicked off minutes before Moonves officially exited the publicly traded corporation.

Among her accusations, Griffin says she was interested in replacing Craig Ferguson on CBS’ “The Late Late Show,” but was told by her agents at the time that Moonves “wasn’t going to consider any women for the spot.”

Griffin’s beef with Chen appears to come mostly from stories the former “My Life on the D-List” personality has heard secondhand. She also believes Chen may have helped her husband attempt to bury Janet Jackson’s career following the singer’s infamous wardrobe malfunction on a CBS-broadcast Super Bowl, which has been written about.

Wait until you see the expletive-filled direct message Griffin says she sent Chen the other day.

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Yes, Griffin also got into that whole decapitated-Trump photoshoot thing and the weird email she says she received from a CBS board member in the aftermath. Patience.

Below is Griffin’s story in its entirety. Griffin says she wanted to share it in order to show another side of Moonves’ “misconduct.”

A) I have a story to tell and it’s related to the whole Les Moonves situation. Normally, I hate when women are blamed for their husband’s misconduct…it happens all the time. And after the first allegations against Leslie were revealed, I hoped his wife wouldn’t face blowback.

— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) September 9, 2018

B) Julie Chen has always been nice to me and I had no reason to believe that she knew about her husband assaulting women before they got married. So I reached out to her and told her I would love to come on her show and I didn’t need to make it about her husband/CBS

— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) September 9, 2018

C) She never got back to me…but I figured she was just swamped with the scandal and didn’t think anything of it. Then, several days ago I learned of how Julie has treated people from folks that I know personally.

— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) September 9, 2018

D) @yashar‘s story about Janet Jackson having her career ruined by Leslie reminded me so much of what women faced in this business from powerful men who were offended that the women didn’t kiss their ring. https://t.co/DjQyZqhzjD

— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) September 9, 2018

E) And then this clip of Julie speaking so smugly about Janet Jackson in 2017 really set me off. Julie knew her husband helped to destroy Janet’s career and this is how she speaks? https://t.co/peruGy3AZz

— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) September 9, 2018

F) After the conversations I had earlier this week, I sent this message to Julie Chen last Thursday. Make no mistake, Leslie still has a ton of power and I’m going to pay for this dearly. And that’s what he and his cohorts in this town do to women in the business. pic.twitter.com/gGdbMw3vym

— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) September 9, 2018

G) I feel like my career is finally headed towards a good place again, but by tweeting all this I am risking being blacklisted further. But I can’t stay quiet about the kind of shit that goes down in this industry.

— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) September 9, 2018

H) I did this long thread last week about the kind of abuse that goes down in this industry that doesn’t directly involve sexual misconduct. I hope you’ll read it if you haven’t already. https://t.co/jf9y87NJlt

— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) September 9, 2018

I) In early 2014 I asked my then agents (different agency from where I’m at now) if I could having a meeting at CBS about replacing Craig Ferguson. (to be clear this isn’t a ding at James Corden, I like him).

— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) September 9, 2018

J) My agents told me that Leslie wasn’t going to consider any women for the spot. Yes, they met with a few women, but they weren’t actually going to hire a woman is what I was told. Welcome to reality!

— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) September 9, 2018

K) Since Joan Rivers show ended in 1987, only one woman has had a show on a network (NOT CABLE) and that was @iamwandasykes in 2009-2010. In 31 years only one woman has been given a shot and that was not one of the majors (ABC, CBS, NBC). Leslie perpetuated that culture.

— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) September 9, 2018

L) So Les Moonves is heading out of CBS…will anything change? Nope. People still remain silent and women are still blacklisted every day. I can promise you if I asked any number of people I know who are in entertainment and successful to speak out about Leslie they wouldn’t!

— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) September 9, 2018

M) And again there are so many areas of concern in this business that don’t have to do with sexual misconduct. After the Trump photo I got this insanely inappropriate email from a CBS board member I have known named Arnie Kopelson. pic.twitter.com/zk1ATLx3zE

— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) September 9, 2018

N) This letter was published in August of 2017 and CBS refused to comment to @yashar when he asked them about the email for this profile he did of me. Seriously read the email, it’s just insane what men get away with in this business. https://t.co/xbgOQmk9IB pic.twitter.com/3TY0kPAODQ

— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) September 9, 2018

O) I have saved so much of the money I’ve made in my career for this very reason, so I can have the financial freedom to speak out against powerful people. Do I enjoy getting blacklisted and missing out on opportunities? No..I’d rather be working…

— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) September 9, 2018

P) But this is the responsibility that comes with privilege. I really hope my women colleagues who financially secure will join me in speaking out against women like Julie and the indignities imposed on his by men in this business. It’s not going to change until we start talking.

— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) September 9, 2018

Q) I want to tell everyone about my amazing lawyer Bill Sobel….Bill spoke to Ronan Farrow, on record, for his first story. Bill is also @Illeanarama‘s lawyer. At the time he spoke to Ronan, Bill had no idea if Les was going to keep his job. I’m so proud to have him on my side. pic.twitter.com/e0djJ6YOmA

— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) September 10, 2018

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Moonves’ exit from CBS comes two months after Ronan Farrow’s bombshell report in the New Yorker, in which six women accused the longtime media mogul of sexual harassment. On Sunday, a new report from Farrow in The New Yorker outlined accusations of sexual assault and harassment from six additional women.

Two investigations into the accusations are still underway, and any potential Moonves severance pay is pending the results. COO Joe Ianniello will take on Moonves’ chief executive role on an interim basis.

Moonves joined CBS Corporation from Warner Bros. in 1995, when he was named president of CBS Entertainment. He became chairman in 2003 and was named CEO in 2006, following the split of CBS and Viacom.

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Kathy Griffin just made Les Moonves’ night (even) worse. The comedian shredded the now-former CBS CEO and his wife Julie Chen (“The Talk,” “Big Brother”) in a lengthy Twitter rant on Sunday, which kicked off minutes before Moonves officially exited the publicly traded corporation.

Among her accusations, Griffin says she was interested in replacing Craig Ferguson on CBS’ “The Late Late Show,” but was told by her agents at the time that Moonves “wasn’t going to consider any women for the spot.”

Griffin’s beef with Chen appears to come mostly from stories the former “My Life on the D-List” personality has heard secondhand. She also believes Chen may have helped her husband attempt to bury Janet Jackson’s career following the singer’s infamous wardrobe malfunction on a CBS-broadcast Super Bowl, which has been written about.

Wait until you see the expletive-filled direct message Griffin says she sent Chen the other day.

Yes, Griffin also got into that whole decapitated-Trump photoshoot thing and the weird email she says she received from a CBS board member in the aftermath. Patience.

Below is Griffin’s story in its entirety. Griffin says she wanted to share it in order to show another side of Moonves’ “misconduct.”

Moonves’ exit from CBS comes two months after Ronan Farrow’s bombshell report in the New Yorker, in which six women accused the longtime media mogul of sexual harassment. On Sunday, a new report from Farrow in The New Yorker outlined accusations of sexual assault and harassment from six additional women.

Two investigations into the accusations are still underway, and any potential Moonves severance pay is pending the results. COO Joe Ianniello will take on Moonves’ chief executive role on an interim basis.

Moonves joined CBS Corporation from Warner Bros. in 1995, when he was named president of CBS Entertainment. He became chairman in 2003 and was named CEO in 2006, following the split of CBS and Viacom.

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‘Lethal Weapon’ Meets ‘The Crown’ in Fake Promo for James Corden, Matt Smith’s New Cop Drama (Video)

Matt Smith and James Corden are kicking ass and taking on royal names in a fake promo for a gritty new cop drama, which aired during the “Late Late Show” Thursday night.

In the teaser for “Lizzie & the Duke” (think “Lethal Weapon” meets “The Crown”) Prince Philip (Smith) is assigned a new partner, his wife, Queen Elizabeth II (Corden). The two have an awkward history, but their chief (played by Terry Crews) thinks the by-the-book Duke and the loose cannon queen are the best of the best and forces a team up.

“Come on, Philip! Let’s go and teach these ghastly ruffians some manners,” Her Majesty says before the two take off in slow motion to go bust some bad guys.

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The rest is a long compilation of classic cop show tropes being mashed up with subtle (and some not so subtle) nods to Smith’s tenure on the Netflix drama about the royal couple, and the fact that he and Corden are both super British.

“Bend the knee!” Corden screams while holding a perp against a wall, while Smith interrogates a suspect during tea time. The queen then beheads someone and during a shootout, Philip cries, “I am too royal for this s—.”

It ends with the tagline: “This fall on CBS, criminals are royally screwed.” Oh, we wish.

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Matt Smith and James Corden are kicking ass and taking on royal names in a fake promo for a gritty new cop drama, which aired during the “Late Late Show” Thursday night.

In the teaser for “Lizzie & the Duke” (think “Lethal Weapon” meets “The Crown”) Prince Philip (Smith) is assigned a new partner, his wife, Queen Elizabeth II (Corden). The two have an awkward history, but their chief (played by Terry Crews) thinks the by-the-book Duke and the loose cannon queen are the best of the best and forces a team up.

“Come on, Philip! Let’s go and teach these ghastly ruffians some manners,” Her Majesty says before the two take off in slow motion to go bust some bad guys.

The rest is a long compilation of classic cop show tropes being mashed up with subtle (and some not so subtle) nods to Smith’s tenure on the Netflix drama about the royal couple, and the fact that he and Corden are both super British.

“Bend the knee!” Corden screams while holding a perp against a wall, while Smith interrogates a suspect during tea time. The queen then beheads someone and during a shootout, Philip cries, “I am too royal for this s—.”

It ends with the tagline: “This fall on CBS, criminals are royally screwed.” Oh, we wish.

Watch the clip above.

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The British don’t understand Americans affinity for Oct. 31. Well, at least James Corden and Matt Smith don’t, as they harassed poor Vanessa Hudgens — who “lives for Halloween” — as she raved about her favorite holiday on Wednesday’s “Late Late Show.”

“See, we’re British, we don’t really get it,” Corden said before the “Doctor Who” alum jumped in to say, “It’s not a holiday! It’s not a holiday. It’s a day, it passes. Everyone gets dressed up.”

The “Dog Days” actress doubled down, saying it’s not just a “holiday” but a “season” — and that doesn’t go over too well either.

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“Frankly, it’s weird,” the late-night host said when Hudgens suggested that they “embrace your inner darkness.”

Corden and Smith especially don’t understand how adults get so into Halloween.

“It’s like the account manager at my son’s school, who is like an accountant at a big law firm and then he’s opening the door with a big ax in his face and blood dripping down, which like, this is completely normal,” Corden said. “And it’s interesting for 30 seconds and then you end up just going, ‘Oh, did you see the game last night?’ And with a man with an ax in the face!”

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The British chaps can’t even remember exactly what month it’s in because you don’t even get the day off. Sigh. Time to give it up, Hudgens.

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The British don’t understand Americans affinity for Oct. 31. Well, at least James Corden and Matt Smith don’t, as they harassed poor Vanessa Hudgens — who “lives for Halloween” — as she raved about her favorite holiday on Wednesday’s “Late Late Show.”

“See, we’re British, we don’t really get it,” Corden said before the “Doctor Who” alum jumped in to say, “It’s not a holiday! It’s not a holiday. It’s a day, it passes. Everyone gets dressed up.”

The “Dog Days” actress doubled down, saying it’s not just a “holiday” but a “season” — and that doesn’t go over too well either.

“Frankly, it’s weird,” the late-night host said when Hudgens suggested that they “embrace your inner darkness.”

Corden and Smith especially don’t understand how adults get so into Halloween.

“It’s like the account manager at my son’s school, who is like an accountant at a big law firm and then he’s opening the door with a big ax in his face and blood dripping down, which like, this is completely normal,” Corden said. “And it’s interesting for 30 seconds and then you end up just going, ‘Oh, did you see the game last night?’ And with a man with an ax in the face!”

The British chaps can’t even remember exactly what month it’s in because you don’t even get the day off. Sigh. Time to give it up, Hudgens.

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Ariana Grande’s Celine Dion Impression Is on Point (Video)

Who needs Celine Dion when you have Ariana Grande? On James Corden’s latest “Carpool Karaoke,” the “Bang Bang” singer broke out a great impression of the Canadian diva, one that the “Late Late Show” host didn’t know she had in her.

Here are some other things we learned about Grande on the CBS skit:
– She had a “Jaws”-themed party for her second birthday, which scared all of the other kids away.
– Contrary to some amateur reports, Grande does NOT insist on getting carried everywhere by a security guard. Coulda fooled a bunch of Starbucks patrons she and Corden entertained on last night’s pre-taped segment.
– Like Corden, her favorite Broadway musical is “Little Shop of Horrors,” and favorite song is “Suddenly Seymour.” Watch the two belt out that tune at the tail end of the video above.

Watch Corden and Grande’s “Carpool Karaoke” at the top of this post, and let us know in the comments section how badly you want that two-person band.

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And just because we still think it’s the best one to-date, check out Paul McCartney’s turn on the recurring sketch here, in which the Beatles legend takes Corden on an epic tour of his hometown of Liverpool.

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Who needs Celine Dion when you have Ariana Grande? On James Corden’s latest “Carpool Karaoke,” the “Bang Bang” singer broke out a great impression of the Canadian diva, one that the “Late Late Show” host didn’t know she had in her.

Here are some other things we learned about Grande on the CBS skit:
– She had a “Jaws”-themed party for her second birthday, which scared all of the other kids away.
– Contrary to some amateur reports, Grande does NOT insist on getting carried everywhere by a security guard. Coulda fooled a bunch of Starbucks patrons she and Corden entertained on last night’s pre-taped segment.
– Like Corden, her favorite Broadway musical is “Little Shop of Horrors,” and favorite song is “Suddenly Seymour.” Watch the two belt out that tune at the tail end of the video above.

Watch Corden and Grande’s “Carpool Karaoke” at the top of this post, and let us know in the comments section how badly you want that two-person band.

And just because we still think it’s the best one to-date, check out Paul McCartney’s turn on the recurring sketch here, in which the Beatles legend takes Corden on an epic tour of his hometown of Liverpool.

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Cool fax machine, James Corden. Since Paul McCartney so graciously showed Corden the place where he first became a huge success, the “Late Late Show” host decided to return the favor on Tuesday.

Giving an enthusiastic tour of his Los Angeles offices, the CBS personality showed a bored Beatle his writers room and edit bays, and even introduced John Lennon’s old writing partner to an accountant. Fascinating stuff, we know.

After a pretty detailed explanation on how he makes his PB&J, Corden gave up and instead plugged their upcoming primetime special.

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Watch the video above. And then be sure to rewatch their awesome “Carpool Karaoke” from Liverpool, England.

“Carpool Karaoke: When Corden Met McCartney Live From Liverpool” airs Monday, August 20 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.

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Cool fax machine, James Corden. Since Paul McCartney so graciously showed Corden the place where he first became a huge success, the “Late Late Show” host decided to return the favor on Tuesday.

Giving an enthusiastic tour of his Los Angeles offices, the CBS personality showed a bored Beatle his writers room and edit bays, and even introduced John Lennon’s old writing partner to an accountant. Fascinating stuff, we know.

After a pretty detailed explanation on how he makes his PB&J, Corden gave up and instead plugged their upcoming primetime special.

Watch the video above. And then be sure to rewatch their awesome “Carpool Karaoke” from Liverpool, England.

“Carpool Karaoke: When Corden Met McCartney Live From Liverpool” airs Monday, August 20 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.

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Tom Cruise Forces James Corden to Go Skydiving (Video)

Tom Cruise’s addiction to adrenaline is clearly a disease — James Corden doesn’t quite share the passion. On Thursday’s “Late Late Show,” the CBS personality shared a 10-minute-plus package of the “Mission: Impossible – Fallout” star forcing him to go skydiving — and the whole thing might be more fun to watch than Corden had actually doing it.

At first, the understandably-frightened late-night talk show host tries to run away from Cruise and the plane — but guess which of the actors is faster?

After some training, Corden is corralled like cattle into the plane, where he shares a light moment with Cruise humming the “Mission: Impossible” theme. Fifteen thousand feet later, it’s go time, and all the joking stops.

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After some very deep breaths, the nervous Corden is basically pushed out of the plane by his tandem-jump partner. Cruise, who pulls the Brit down with him, goes solo.

The fellas seem to have a good time — one more so than the other — and Cruise shows off a few neat tricks during free fall. Tom lands a bit more gracefully than James does, so stick around to watch that guy not stick the landing at all.

Watch the video above.

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Tom Cruise’s addiction to adrenaline is clearly a disease — James Corden doesn’t quite share the passion. On Thursday’s “Late Late Show,” the CBS personality shared a 10-minute-plus package of the “Mission: Impossible – Fallout” star forcing him to go skydiving — and the whole thing might be more fun to watch than Corden had actually doing it.

At first, the understandably-frightened late-night talk show host tries to run away from Cruise and the plane — but guess which of the actors is faster?

After some training, Corden is corralled like cattle into the plane, where he shares a light moment with Cruise humming the “Mission: Impossible” theme. Fifteen thousand feet later, it’s go time, and all the joking stops.

After some very deep breaths, the nervous Corden is basically pushed out of the plane by his tandem-jump partner. Cruise, who pulls the Brit down with him, goes solo.

The fellas seem to have a good time — one more so than the other — and Cruise shows off a few neat tricks during free fall. Tom lands a bit more gracefully than James does, so stick around to watch that guy not stick the landing at all.

Watch the video above.

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Sophie Turner Insists Her ‘Game of Thrones’ Tattoo Totally Isn’t a ‘Spoiler’ (Video)

The Stark family may actually make it to the end of “Game of Thrones.” However, Sophie Turner says she is not prematurely confirming the residents of Winterfell’s survival just because she got a tattoo that strongly implies her on-screen family survives.

Turner’s ink reads, “the pack survives,” alongside the House Stark direwolf sigil. When the image of her tattoo was posted to Instagram by the artist last week, fans began to theorize that Jon (well, kinda a Stark), Sansa, Arya, and Bran might come out the victors when the HBO fantasy series airs its eighth and final season next year.

“It’s just a quote from last season,” Turner told host James Corden on “The Late Show” Thursday night. “Everyone figures that the pack really does survive, but it’s just a moral that I like to live by.”

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Corden seems to buy that — or pretended too — but urged the actress who plays Sansa to tell him something about how it all ends. “I’ll just get it tattooed on my forehead next time,” she joked.

Turner admitted she received warnings from those close to her who thought fans would read too much into the tattoo — which, of course, they did. Based on the tattoo, it actually might make even more sense that they all die, and Turner wanted to get a heartbreaking-tribute in their honor.

Oh, Little Dove, will you ever learn?

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Watch the Turner’s interview above and see her tattoo close up in the picture below.

The eighth and final season of “Game of Thrones” will premiere in 2019 on HBO.

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The Stark family may actually make it to the end of “Game of Thrones.” However, Sophie Turner says she is not prematurely confirming the residents of Winterfell’s survival just because she got a tattoo that strongly implies her on-screen family survives.

Turner’s ink reads, “the pack survives,” alongside the House Stark direwolf sigil. When the image of her tattoo was posted to Instagram by the artist last week, fans began to theorize that Jon (well, kinda a Stark), Sansa, Arya, and Bran might come out the victors when the HBO fantasy series airs its eighth and final season next year.

“It’s just a quote from last season,” Turner told host James Corden on “The Late Show” Thursday night. “Everyone figures that the pack really does survive, but it’s just a moral that I like to live by.”

Corden seems to buy that — or pretended too — but urged the actress who plays Sansa to tell him something about how it all ends. “I’ll just get it tattooed on my forehead next time,” she joked.

Turner admitted she received warnings from those close to her who thought fans would read too much into the tattoo — which, of course, they did. Based on the tattoo, it actually might make even more sense that they all die, and Turner wanted to get a heartbreaking-tribute in their honor.

Oh, Little Dove, will you ever learn?

Watch the Turner’s interview above and see her tattoo close up in the picture below.

The eighth and final season of “Game of Thrones” will premiere in 2019 on HBO.

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