James asks Zac Efron and Zach Woods about growing up and James randomly pegs one of Efron's old nicknames, Z-Bone, before educating his guests on the band O-Town (James's nickname for Orlando Bloom).
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Shaggy and James Corden update the lyrics to "It Wasn't Me" to reflect Robert Mueller's investigation into Donald Trump.
James Corden enlists the cast of "A Wrinkle in Time" to crash a screening of the film and perform a live-action rendition starring Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon and Mindy Kaling for a stunned audience.
James learns that afer spending so much time with each other on the set of "A Wrinkle in Time," Mindy Kaling, Reese Witherspoon and Oprah Winfrey have all worked out impressions of each other.
James asks about the instant rapport between "Gringo" stars Charlize Theron, David Oyelowo and Joel Edgerton and learns Charlize got off to a candid start by peeing herself thanks to a story David told over dinner.
James asks Lindsey Vonn and Jim Gaffigan trivia questions while audience members must hold on to items they're given based on right and wrong answers. Hold on tight and you win your pile of prizes; drop your pile and go home with nothing.
James and the Late Late Show staff battle against Bob Bradley and MLS's newest team, Los Angeles Football Club.
James welcomes animal expert Jack Hanna to the show, who introduces James, Jeff Goldblum and a hesitant Marlon Wayans to some animals, including a ring-tailed lemur and a vulture.
James invites Elton John and Sharon Stone to play a game of James That Tune, in which James uses a keyboard to play Elton's hits, and the two must guess what song James is playing. The catch: James doesn't know how to play a keyboard.
James and Gordon Ramsay take turns asking each other very difficult questions to answer, leaving the other with a choice: answer truthfully or eat whatever disgusting food is before them, including salmon ice cream and bull penis.