Xtina, Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, Ryan Gosling ... all totally crushworthy, right? But somebody didn't quite have the swag to measure up!
When it comes to who’s dating who, we know what’s what with J.Lo and A-Rod. But the actress played coy with James Corden on that subject.
On Thursday’s Late Late Show, Chris Tucker recalled a near-death experience on the set of legendary rapper Tupac Shakur’s video for “California Love,” the first single from Tupac’s multiplatinum album All Eyez On Me. The video, from director F. Gary Gray — who directed last year’s hit Straight Outta Compton — was a Mad Max-inspired joyride, and while shooting, Tucker narrowly escaped disaster.
On "The Late Late Show" Thursday, James Corden teamed up with Vice Principals star Danny McBride and took us back to the 1990 Grammy Awards.
After the passing of Hollywood legend Garry Marshall on Tuesday, James Corden paid an emotional tribute to the man who brought the world some of the most iconic shows in television history, and some of the most memorable films ever created. Marshall later created some of Corden’s favorite movies like Pretty Woman, Beaches, and The Princess Diaries. Garry Marshall left an indelible mark on Hollywood and on Corden, who ended his tribute by asking viewers to do themselves a favor and watch anything that Marshall’s made.
For some reason, The Late Late Show with James Corden seemed to stage a tiny fire, sound the fire alarm, and move the whole show, band, and audience up to the roof. Then after commercial, they were back in the studio.