Linkin Park performs the song "Invisible" for the Late Late Show audience in June 2017.
The band's lead singer Chester Bennington was found dead in his home on Thursday, July 20.
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James invites his guests Charlie Puth, Josh Gad, Michelle Dockery and Rachel Bloom to play a game of Spill Your Guts, where you must either answer a tough question or eat something disgusting, like a cow's tongue.
After past flings with Salt Bae, Young Joe Biden and others, James has a new muse, and this time it's Austin Rogers' massive Jeopardy champion brain that has James singing his praises.
James and Miley Cyrus drive to work while singing her biggest hits, playing High or Not High, and trying to make themselves cry.
When James shows up to work and notices his usual billboard on the side of CBS has been replaced with a billboard for SEAL Team, the new CBS show starring David Boreanaz. [To view video on YouTube, Click Here.] Watch The Late Late Show with James Corden weeknights on CBS 8 at 12:37 a.m.
Animal expert Jack Hanna returns to the Late Late Show with a handful of animals for James, Ana de Armas and Michael Fassbender to meet, including an African crown crane.
Julia Roberts is just a girl, standing in front of James Corden, asking him to, act out her movies with her. The 49-year-old Oscar winner recreated some of her top films on The Late Late Show on Wednesday.
When Julia Roberts explains to James her brain's overload with all the scripts and projects she's worked on over her career, Ben Schwartz offers up a few of her classic lines that are rather uncanny.
After learning the news of a mass shooting in Las Vegas, the deadliest in United States history, James wonders what is keeping America from taking actual steps towards gun control and catching up with the rest of the developed world.
James welcomes the world's greatest mentalist, Lior Suchard, to perform with America Ferrara, Jeremy Piven and The Late Late Show audiences. From glow sticks to predicting time, Lior stole the show, blowing everyone's minds more than once.
After James learns Susan Kelechi Watson's deep passion for a karaoke night with her friends, Mayim Bialik talks about her history heading up quartets dating back to college.