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James and Reggie kick off the show with a major vibe and they explore the famous one-name celebrities and check in on the crew’s weekend plans. After, James has a stroke of genius about the news that makes CBS Senior Vice President of Late Night Programming (West Coast) Nick Bernstein very happy. And President Joe Biden’s trip to the United Kingdom leads to James, Ian and Louis Waymouth debating the pronunciation of words.
With Lisa Kudrow on the show, James tries to gauge which “Friends” character Reggie Watts and some The Late Late Show team are most like. And President Joe Biden’s first trip abroad really does need to include eating British candy – which James feels sits atop the candy superiority pyramid.
James Corden welcomes 44th President of the United States Barack Obama to the show, and the two recall some of First Lady Michelle Obama’s past adventures on the show. After, James asks the former president about what his life has been after his second term ended and what sense he gets from young people and how they feel about public service. And the “Promised Land” admits he hasn’t made his famous chili in nearly 20 years – he’s been a little busy for the kitchen.
James Corden pays The Weeknd a visit during rehearsals for his Pepsi Super Bowl LV Halftime Show to offer some unwarranted advice. From focus to choreography, James has plenty of tips for making sure The Weeknd delivers on the big stage. #SBLV
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