Kristen Bell and James Corden opened last night’s (March 28) episode of The Late Late Show with a special performance – but unfortunately, it didn’t go exactly as planned.
The 36-year-old CHIP actress and host James, 38, duet of the Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes‘ 1990 classic “Up Where We Belong” began perfectly fine until Kristen was lifted sky-high, while James remained grounded.
“We’re supposed to be even! Honestly, we’re supposed to be even,” Kristen yelled. “Can you make us equal?” Yeah, that didn’t happen, the duo only continued be lifted up and down until they basically gave up.
Kristen also sat down on the couch and joined fellow guest Cheryl Hines.
‘Up Where We Belong’ – Aerial Duet w/ Kristen Bell
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Elton John had quite the star-studded birthday bash this weekend!
He celebrated his 70th year with a ton of stars, including Katy Perry, Stevie Wonder, and more while also benefiting the Elton John AIDS Foundation and the UCLA Hammer Museum at RED Studios Hollywood on Saturday night (March 25) in Los Angeles.
Lady Gaga even took the stage to perform, which you can watch below!
Josh Gad was on a serious mission to snatch James Corden‘s host title on last night’s (March 22) episode of The Late Late Show!
“I decided it’s finally time for me to join you as co-host of The Late Late Show,” the 36-year-old actor told James before continuing to take shots at him to the tune of “Belle” from Beauty and the Beast.
“James your jokes they’re a little tired/ Monologues really ain’t your niche,” Josh sings. “They’re so tired, viewers watch your program just to fall asleep.” The two go at it for awhile before finally coming to a mutual understanding with their own version of “Be Our Guest.”
Pictured: James joining his producers Rob Crabbe and Ben Winston at The Paley Center For Media’s An Evening of Laughs with James Corden And The Late Late Show held at The Dolby Theatre on Wednesday (March 22) in Hollywood.
The 38-year-old British talk show host addressed the terrorist attack that occurred near his hometown.
“There was a terror attack today in my hometown, the city of London in Westminster,” James said. “While we’re filming this, it’s still unknown what the motives were. What we do know at this point is that people have lost their lives and many, many more have been injured.”
Four people have been killed in the terrorist attack that occurred in London outside of Britain’s Parliament.
“London is a diverse and proud and brilliant city, and one thing is for sure: if this act of terrorism was supposed to divide the people of London, I know for a fact that all something like this does is bring them closer together as one,” James said. “Tonight we send our heartfelt thoughts to everybody in Britain. Stay safe everybody, please.”
The song the foursome spoofed was Matilda‘s “When I Grow Up,” which Tim wrote the music and lyrics.
Tim plays a kid version of Trump while James, Ben and Abigail join in respectively as press secretary Sean Spicer, chief White House strategist Steve Bannon and presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway.
Donald: The Musical (w/ Tim Minchin, Ben Platt & Abigail Spencer)