After James asks Al Madrigal and Andrew Santino about some less-than-memorable stand-up experiences, Jim Carrey recalls a night he took on a hostile audience for two hours.
James and Jennifer Lopez take their dance abilities and fitness to a new level when they sign up for a dance class taught by toddlers -- snacks included.
James and Katy Perry set off in the carpool lane, singing some of Katy's classics and new music, and James asks Katy about taking the beef with Taylor Swift off the grill.
When James asks Ewan McGregor about a photo he posted of himself in the car, Ewan gives James an incredibly hard sell on why he's ready for his edition of Carpool Karaoke.
As part of his duties for #LateLateStyles week, Harry helps James get to work, singing songs off his new album, trying out some aggressive outfits and working famous lines from "Titanic" and "Notting Hill."
Before they found their way into entertainment, James and Harry Styles had a long history of messing up employment opportunities when the need to sing overcame them at the worst possible times on the job.
Harry Styles surprises everyone by walking out from the curtain and delivering the monologue, touching on the latest Donald Trump headlines and a man who tries to bribe police with Taco Bell.
James asks Goldie Hawn and Kevin Bacon about being married to other famous actors, and asks Goldie about her recent re-watch of "Overboard" with Kurt Russell and learns more than he bargained for.
James welcomes two young men -- and their mothers via video chat -- to see how well these mom/son pairs know each other. And, yes, the questions get very personal.
James welcomes Eva Longoria, Paul Feig and Sam Richardson to play a special edition of Nuzzle Whaaa? featuring a disco ball, cake and a massive lizard.
James asks Caitlyn Jenner, a famous republican, about her frustrations with the party and the possibility of running for office in the future, and learns she is overdue for a round of golf with President Trump.
James asks Jennifer Lopez about the last time they hung out, for Carpool Karaoke, and recall texting Leonardo DiCaprio out of the blue and getting an epic reply from him.
Conversation on the couch with Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin and Taylor Schilling takes a sudden turn when a trumpet sounds, posing the three with a monumental choice: continue the interview or explore what's behind the giant mystery door.
After James learns Kelly Osbourne can get shy with words around crushes, James and Liev Schreiber work on her delivery and show her how tone can change flirting.
After James gets every detail he can out of Jake Johnson about his experience of training with Tom Cruise for "The Mummy," Joel McHale puts his brute strength on display with a standing bicep curl of Jake.
Old pals James Corden and Kurt Russell keep running in to each other around Los Angeles, and the result for James is the same each time: pain.
James fires fruit from a high-powered cannon at his guests, Elisabeth Moss, Eugenio Derbez and Chris 'Ludacris' Bridges, who are placed behind plexiglass and must do their best to not flinch.
James asks Kal Penn about teaching college classes and learns Kal isn't as chill as some of the characters he has played in movies.
From courtship, to heartbreak, and back to love, James and Anne Hathaway chronicle the journey of a romantic comedy relationship set to 10 songs, nine different sets and zero cuts.
James, Whitney Cummings and Shania Twain have a difficult time wrapping their heads around the scale of Tyrese Gibson's ultimate backyard, featuring a Starbucks, hibachi grill and two stages.
A documentary crew following James Corden around after a taping of The Late Late Show captures what happened when John Goodman attempts to work his way into a show that is booked with a big sketch featuring P!nk and James as Donald Trump.
James Corden and Riz Ahmed square off in a rap battle, pitting television show host versus the star of "The Night Of" and it gets ugly.
After Jessica Chastain tells James about the New Kids On The Block bet she lost to her sister, Lisa Kudrow talks about her early love for David Cassidy, and Victoria Beckham recalls running into a group of guys who later became famous as N*SYNC.
James tests his audience members giving them a movie poster and plot, and they must guess whether it is a made up film or a box office flop.
James Corden transforms himself into a human basketball hoop and is hoisted in the air for Chris Paul and Steve Nash to compete in a shootout.
Despite some direct messages and love from Salt Bae, who James discovered with the world months ago, a muscle-bound saxophone player has captured James's full attention.
James asks Claire Danes about her passion for theme parties and Jack McBrayer talks about being the first person at a Diddy party.
After Charlie Hunnam tells James about waking up in South America with a bug stuck in his ear, Demi Lovato recalls how careless cleaning resulted in a broken ankle for her, and Rupert Friend tells James about an unfortunate encounter with Mandy Patinkin on the 'Homeland' set.
When Demi Lovato takes exception to James Corden's claim that divas such as Cher, Aretha and Tina Turner are more fierce than today's divas, and the two decide to settle it in a Riff-Off featuring songs from Adele and Katy Perry, with some backing vocals from Level.
Claire Danes, Christine Baranski, Jack McBrayer and James Corden star in a soap opera scene about a threesome and cheating with dialogue found only in Katy Perry songs.
James Corden heads to Northern California to spend time with Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry, and the two play some mini golf and take a ride in the carpool lane with some Disney songs.
This is the official trailer for the remake of 1987's 'Mannequin,' starring Victoria Beckham and James Corden.
James fires fruit from a high-powered canon at his guests, Lisa Kudrow, Victoria Beckham and Jessica Chastain, who are placed behind plexiglass and must do their best to not flinch.
James and Kristen Bell set out to perform beautiful duet of Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes's "Up Where We Belong" but things are thrown when the planned aerial element of the song doesn't go as planned.
NBA star JJ Redick heads to the CBS TV City roof to drop basketballs or cake-shape basketballs over the edge, where James, Scott Bakula and Pete Holmes wait below to catch their surprise.
After James asks Jenna Elfman and Terrence Howard about their work in Depeche Mode & Madonna music videos, the two get up and perform a quick tango.
James Corden takes a moment to send his thoughts, love and hope to the people of London after a horrific terror attack.
James Corden takes a few moments to answer questions from his audience and things turn sour when the questions lack any kind of substance.
Tim Minchin, Ben Platt, Abigail Spencer and James Corden perform a parody of Matilda's "When I Grow Up" playing the roles of Donald Trump, Sean Spicer, Kellyanne Conway and Steve Bannon, respectively, wondering what running the world would be like as adults.
Film stars Josh Gad, Dan Stevens and Luke Evans join James' theater company for a performance of Beauty and the Beast in the crosswalk of Beverly Boulevard at CBS.
James Corden surprises Blake Griffin with the gift of a lifetime: a day-long session with James as his life coach. From nutrition, to style, to personal branding, and everything in between, James Corden shares priceless pearls of wisdom sure to change Blake's life forever.
Animal expert Jack Hanna introduces James, John Goodman and Adam Pally to a palm civet, a two-toed sloth, a bullfrog, a rattlesnake and gigantic cockroaches.
James asks January Jones about her reality TV habits and learns that not only does she want to be on 'The Bachelorette' but she's ready for Ben Higgins or Nick Viall to give her a call.
After President Donald Trump surprised a group on a White House tour, James pulls up some of the TripAdvisor reviews of the experience.
Rupert Grint explains to James how often he is mistaken by fans for Ed Sheeran, and Patrick Stewart shares what happened to his doppelganger, Ben Kingsley when someone mistook him for Patrick.
After asking Jessica Lange about "FEUD: Bette and Joan," Scott Foley talks about a very long feud with a bully, and Idris Elba shows James how his kickboxing can end a feud.
James welcomes up-and-coming celebrities, like Stevie Nicks and Taylor Lautner, to showcase hidden talents like gymnastics, bird sounds and grape catching.
Following the Best Picture mixup that mistakenly awarded 'La La Land' Best Picture over 'Moonlight,' James recreates Emma Stone's audition from La La Land set to lyrics recapping the Oscars.
Late Late Show music guest Ryan Adams performs his new song "Do You Still Love Me?" for the audience.
At the end of Zach Galifianakis's appearance on The Late Late Show, James invites him to come visit any time, an invitation Zach takes very seriously.
After catching the Britney Spears Lifetime biopic - 'Britney Ever After' - over the weekend, James shares some of his favorite scenes and the big lesson he took away from the film's end.
Laura Dern worries about being a boring guest because she can't talk about her upcoming roles in Star Wars and Twin Peaks, so Zach Galifianakis helps her out.
James has Reggie Watts join he, Matt Damon and self-proclaimed world's best beatboxer Will Arnett on the couch to make music.
Andrea and Ruth Corden go to Texas to test their physical skills, meet Luke Bryan and Lady Gaga, and watch the New England Patriots beat the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI.
James asks Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich about James Hetfield's microphone issues during their GRAMMYs performance before Lars recalls having to drum underneath a stage thanks to a broken elevator.
After sharing his experience hosting the star-studded GRAMMY Awards, James Corden looks at some unfortunate typos from the Department of Education.
James Corden can't get anything to go his way as he kicks off his debut as host of the GRAMMY Awards, until he recaps a huge year in music with an epic rap covering everything from Drake to Sturgill Simpson.
He may be the king of Carpool Karaoke, but James Corden says he won't be singing as host of Sunday's Grammy Awards.
James welcomes people to perform their unusual bar tricks, and if they please the crowd they get to enjoy the show. If the crowd isn't into it, performers are shown the door immediately.
After Mindy Kaling explains her philosophy on impossible crushes, Bill Paxton confides in James and Mindy about his crush on Tom Cruise and expresses his love in a very familiar fashion.
Nearly two decades after almost winning a Showcase Showdown, James Corden helps Aaron Paul break onto the set of The Price Is Right for a shot at redemption, until Drew Carey shows up.
When Adam Lambert catches James claiming he would be a better front man for Queen, the two settle the dispute with some help from Brian May and Roger Taylor of Queen.
Jenny Slates tells James about the time she faked appendicitis as a child after reading an account of it in a book and how her parents are still buying the lie.
Tensions rise as James Corden and Sting perform songs for restaurant patrons, with each performer attempting to outshine the other.
James Corden is traveling this week. This is his response to President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration.
James Corden presents actual news headlines and follows them up with what the article was really trying to say.
James asks Nina Dobrev about her prank war with "xXx" co-star Ruby Rose and learns one of Ruby's pranks involving a Taylor Swift impersonator unraveled before it began.
Bollywood superstar Deepika Padukone teaches James the lungi dance, which Vin Diesel thought was a classic dance step in India.
James asks Chris Hardwick about the themes he and his wife chose for their wedding, and Chris questions James's interpretation of a cowboy.
James links up with Woody Harrelson and Owen Wilson via satellite to ask them about their upcoming live movie, Lost in London, and what inspired them to make the 100-minute film.
After Vin Diesel explains to James how he looks forward to a day he can go back to eating whatever he wants whenever he wants, he uses an Oliver Twist classic to float the idea of he and James doing a Carpool Karaoke.
James and Kate Hudson push their dance ability and fitness to the limit in a class taught by toddlers, where students must mimic the instructors' moves.
James and Khloe Kardashian take turns asking each other very personal questions about Carpool Karaoke and OJ's innocence, which they must answer or eat disgusting foods, like cod sperm.
James, Bryan Cranston and Giovanni Ribisi battle over Jessica Biel's heart in a soap opera scene containing dialogue only found in Kanye West songs (except for one flub, Bryan...).
After diving into the controversy around L.L. Bean and an Italian restaurant with a Harry Potter theme, James looks at a story citing peace signs in photos as a way for hackers to compromise your identity.
James notices Khloe Kardashian's glow and learns her and boyfriend Tristan Thompson are using the L word.
When James recalls the first time he met Mark Wahlberg, he learns Mark has a very soothing tactic to help him stay calm when he flies: Adele's music.
James Corden takes a moment to share his adoration for Nusret Gökçe, the Turkish butcher who has the web crazy over his looks and signature salting technique.
James Corden and Reggie Watts perform "Say You Won't Let Go" with James Arthur in hopes of convincing him to start a band with them.
After analyzing Donald Trump's pick of Jackie Evancho to sing the national anthem at the inauguration, James looks at some headlines showing why Sweden might be the best place on the planet.
After Seth MacFarlane compares today's Donald Trump to the Trump of 2011 when Seth performed as Trump's roast master, James asks Seth about the experience of running into a celebrity he's made fun of on "Family Guy."
James asks Annette Benning about growing up in Kansas for a few years and learns the only time she's been back included an impromptu stop to her childhood home with Jack Nicholson and her husband, Warren Beatty.
After James learns about a young Natalie Portman's stint in the environmental pop group, World Patrol Kids, he surprises her with a clip from her glory days.
After James Corden breaks down one of the wildest, strangest and craziest years on record, he takes a moment to acknowledge the ongoing calamity in Aleppo.
Reactions to the death of superstar George Michael, who died Sunday at his home at age 53, are pouring in from around the world. One of the people sharing their feelings is James Corden, host of The Late Late Show.
James Corden and Reggie Watts kick off a Christmas edition of Carpool Karaoke singing "Joy to the World" with One Direction, Stevie Wonder, Iggy Azalea, Rod Stewart, Carrie Underwood, Jason Derulo and Justin Bieber.
Award-winning actor Morris Chestnut relaxes with a hot drink and good book by a roaring fire during the holidays.
The Late Late Show office gift exchange does not go as planned when James learns his staff didn't follow the rules.
James caps off 2016 with a Christmas edition of Carpool Karaoke featuring Mariah Carey, Adele, Lady Gaga and other guests throughout the year to sing Mariah's classic "All I Want for Christmas Is You."
James challenges his guests, Chris Pratt and Olivia Munn, to identify which Late Late Show staff member had a fall at last year's Christmas party that resulted in two broken arms and a piece of their tongue missing.
James Corden and Bruno Mars drive through Los Angeles singing his hits, including tracks from the new album "24K Magic," and chat about everything from Elvis to poker.
James crashes Wolfgang Puck's restaurant, Spago, giving one of the chefs a break before hopping on the line to help with pizzas, bread and overall morale.
Late Late Show band leader Reggie Watts takes us back in time to the moment he was inspired to create a comedy special thanks to his friend, Kate Berlant.
James and Madonna go for a drive through New York City singing classics from her epic catalog of music, and James learns about Madonna's relationship with Michael Jackson.
Eddie Redmayne finds himself in a stressful moment at the airport when an overzealous TSA agent wants to go through his suitcase hiding some very Fantastic Beasts.
From to birth to giving birth, James, Anna Kendrick and Billy Eichner chronicle the journey of a woman's life set to 14 songs, using 10 sets in just one continuous take.
James heads to a local Starbucks to find an aspiring writer with a screenplay he feels is ready to produce and shoot - on location, immediately.
After Tracey Ullman talks about why Dame Maggie Smith wanted a death scene, Queen Latifah explains why she won't die again on screen.
James Corden challenges the fastest man in the world, Usain Bolt, to a rap battle, and nothing is off the table.
After sizing up Aaron Eckhart as a boxer, James, Trevor Noah and Aaron assign a fitness regimen to moments when they're all together and dive into their first group workout.
Late-night host and "Carpool Karaoke" commuter James Corden will be behind the wheel at the Grammy Awards telecast next February.
James and Kendall Jenner take turns asking each other very personal questions, like ranking the names of North, Saint and Dream, her nieces and nephew, or eating disgusting foods.
James and Zooey Deschanel talk about the shared experience of having to perform in a recording studio in front of Justin Timberlake for "Trolls."
James asks Joel McHale about his new show "The Great Indoors" and learns how handling a bear cub has a very limited window of enjoyment.
After James and Reggie Watts quickly celebrate California's legalization of marijuana, James goes to check in with his guests John Lithgow, Kyra Sedgwick and Ryan Phillippe, but all he gets is Kevin Bacon.
After asking Idina Menzel about the title of her new album, Gina Rodriguez offers up a salsa less on the spot for James and Idina.
Nearing bedtime, James Corden calls in his dad, Benedict Cumberbatch, for a story and settles on the tale of the 2016 election, pitting Hillary Clinton against Donald Trump.
James asks Harry Connick Jr. about his show and a very specific dance move Harry goes to regularly, which Harry demonstrates.
James asks LL COOL J about Halloween in Queens and January Jones about dressing up like Betty Draper.
Niall Horan and James Corden sing about their love of trick-or-treating in a parody of Ginuwine's song, "Pony."
James let his sisters, Andrea and Ruth, tackle the NFL's visit to London, where they got an all access pass to the Jacksonville Jaguars locker room after they beat the Indianapolis Colts.
Lady Gaga joins James for a drive through Los Angeles singing her classics and tracks from her new album, "Joanne" before James tries on some of her classic looks and lets her take the wheel.
After asking Nick Offerman about his new book, "Good Clean Fun," James learns about an aroma therapy device Nick's shop built for women.?
James Corden and Tom Cruise act out snippets of Tom's legendary film career, with scenes from 'Top Gun' to the 'Mission: Impossible' series. See Tom Cruise in "Jack Reacher: Never Go Back" -- in theaters this Friday!
James struggles to get into a recap of the third presidential debate thanks to constant diversions to classic 'Hawaii Five-0' moments.
James reads his favorite Instagram captions for a picture he posted of himself in an egg costume trying to make a moment with Nick Jonas.
Zach Galifianakis can't seem to avoid double entendres while trying to explain the indoor skydiving lessons he had to take for his film "Keeping Up with the Joneses."
After some intense rehearsing, James is ready for another try at Celebrity Noses but stumbles after a slip-up, requiring a moment of reflection.
James takes 'The Grand Tour' hosts Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May to a test track for a time trial that has a quiz element.
James looks at a roundup of stories including a Yankee Stadium proposal that almost went very wrong and some frisky burglars.
James challenges 9-time Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt, Owen Wilson and The Late Late Show staff to a 100-meter race in the CBS Television City parking lot to find out who is truly the world's fastest man.
Animal expert Jack Hanna joins James, Lucy Liu and Terry Crews and introduces the couch to some beautiful animals, including a coyote.
A nervous James Corden goes full British during his audition for a lead in 'Bridget Jones Baby' and perhaps takes a note too much to heart.
After seeing his Television City billboard replaced with one for the upcoming CBS drama "Bull" - James recruits a writer for a covert graffiti operation to send a message to the network.
James invites Meg Ryan and Adam Scott to appear in "The Bold and The Lyrical" - a soap opera comprised of all Beyonce lyrics.
James takes a look at the side effects that come along with things such not taking any more crap from the guy at the bar.
James and Jimmy Kimmel take turns choosing between answering very personal questions or eating items like ghost pepper hot sauce.
James looks at some actual headlines recently in the news and presents what news outlets should have actually said.
After James looks at the protestor who interrupted Ryan Lochte's night on "Dancing with the Stars" he looks closer at the theory Hillary Clinton has a body double.
James surprises audience member Alex by inviting her to play a game of Late Late Live Tinder, where she must choose a suitor for an instant date to see if love is in the air, with a little help from Mel B.
James reads his favorite Instagram captions for a photo he posted of himself confronting Justin Bieber on The Late Late Show.
James Corden tries to work out, but the girl from Kanye West's "Fade" music video keeps distracting him.
James is excited to unveil the new advertisement for "Bacon by Bacon" - the only smell that captures the essence of both your favorite cured meat and favorite actor.
Oops! James Corden did it again, sharing his Carpool Karaoke commute with Britney Spears on Thursday's edition of "The Late Late Show."
James and Jason Derulo push their talent and fitness to the limit with dance classes taught by toddlers, in which the two must mimic their instructors' steps.
James Corden's parents, Malcolm and Margaret, head to a special edition of WWE's Monday Night Raw live from London, where they meet Big Show, Sheamus, The Miz and Maryse and learn the art of a proper wrestling entrance from The New Day.
After Todd Phillips recalls how Bradley Cooper was prepared to face a live Taser on the set of "The Hangover" James sees how serious Bradley is facing a stun gun.
One day before she releases her new album later this month, Britney Spears will join James Corden for a round of Carpool Karaoke on "The Late Late Show."
Denis Leary and James Corden dress up as Bill and Hillary Clinton and modify the words of Denis' classic song "***hole" to pay homage to Donald Trump's presidential campaign.
James Corden, Rob Gronkowski, Jeff Goldblum, Thomas Lennon, Bebe Rexha and Lukas Graham all have unique pre-show routines.
James, Christina Applegate and Mila Kunis face a series of tough questions they either have to answer truthfully or eat vile items like calf's brain and cow tongue.
When James Corden arrives on the "Jason Bourne" set expecting to act with Matt Damon, he is surprised to learn he will be spending a painful day as Matt's stunt double.
James welcomes Cara Delevingne and Dave Franco to throw down in a heated rap battle where nothing is off the table.
It was a musical joyride for Michelle Obama as she joined James Corden for a "Carpool Karaoke" session that aired Wednesday on the late-night host's CBS show.
This week during Comic-Con look out for The Late Late Show with James Corden electric car offering free carpool rides downtown!!! Make sure to watch The Late Late Show with James Corden weeknights on CBS 8 at 12:37 a.m.
James Corden is presented with a song, photo and text message from one of the phones of a Huntsman: Winter's War cast member and he must guess the owner of the phone.
James dives into a few technology-related stories, including headlines about LinkedIn's big valuation and Harley-Davidson eying electric motorcycles.
James welcomes Rose Byrne and Seth Rogen to his theater company ahead of their performance of The Lion King in the crosswalk of Beverly Boulevard at CBS.
After looking at the Olympic doping scandal plaguing the Russian track team, James looks at Microsoft's decision to get involved in the legal marijuana business.
James shares the hidden side effects of things you do and people you meet every day, like realizing a cop car is behind you.
James quizzes his audience on current events by only showing headlines in emoji form and makes them guess the story's details.
James Corden shares details about his trip to the White House where he helped First Lady Michelle Obama launch her Snapchat before taping a Carpool Karaoke with her.
James asks the eclectic Jeff Goldblum about his unique wedding and learns Jeff's therapist officiated the ceremony.
From the first date to break up, James and Anna Kendrick journey through the stages of a relationship told through song.
James calls on Selena Gomez to help him carpool to work, but not without a stop at an amusement park and a drive-thru first.
Kevin Hart shares an unusual encounter during a vacation in Dubai with Ludacris when the two spent time with the royal family and their orangutans.
James Corden heads to ArcLight Cinemas in Hollywood to give a few movie theater employees a break while he takes over the concession stands and meets a friend.
James challenges "Top Gear" host Matt LeBlanc to a race around The Late Late Show studios, complete with obstacles and obstructions.
James invites Anthony Kiedis, Flea, Chad Smith and Josh Klinghoffer of the Red Hot Chili Peppers to carpool around Los Angeles, which debut of "Heemi Lheemey” and a strip tease, of sorts.
Linda Cardellini and Ben Schwartz are amazed to learn the cards James Corden holds have great power over The Late Late Show band.
The Tony Award telecast will offer performances from all 9 new and revival musicals that were nominated, including one that has already closed.
James uses a special Instagram feature to figure out what was cropped out of Instagram photos on celebrity accounts.
James, Reggie and Geena Davis challenge Wayne Brady to a freestyle challenge in which he has to incorporate any word one of them throws his way during the rap.
The Late Show honors the great Muhammad Ali, with help from a man who knew him well: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.