James Corden Says We’re Rid of James Corden, But We’d Like It In Writing
“I can’t envisage a scenario where I would return as a late-night host,” James Corden told CBS’ Ben Mankiewicz in a preview for the Late Late Show host’s upcoming segment on Sunday Morning. Let’s draw up those terms.
Corden’s extended farewell tour reaches its final stop on The Late Late Show’s series finale this upcoming Thursday, April 27, bringing an end to eight years of Carpool Karaokes and Crosswalk Musicals that endeared the British comic to the YouTube algorithm, Hollywood publicists and absolutely no one in the New York restaurant scene.
As Corden and his wife – whose breakfast order better have been perfect – told Sunday Morning, killing The Late Late Show forever was a fun diversion, but it’s time for them to move on. "My wife and I, our family, we always knew that this was an adventure, and not a final destination," Corden explained, before outlining his post-Late Late Show plans: the Corden family is returning to London.
This is America’s biggest victory over the Brits since 1783.