After James and Anthony Mackie ask Judy Greer about her Coachella experience, Judy and Anthony trade their Beyoncé concert experiences and learn she loves them both very dearly.
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James welcomes his guests to the couch and cuts to the chase with Mel B, asking her for details about the Spice Girls reunion and learns that Olivia Munn can do a great Posh Spice.
In addition to hosting The Late Late Show, James Corden works as a music performance enhancement coach (read: guru) and decides the world's next massive collaboration has to be Dr. Phil and Good Charlotte. Will it be enough to make them Great Charlotte?
After Alison Brie describes the mental chess match she's in with the contractors at her never-ending home remodel, she remembers a night the "Community" cast was hanging at Donald Glover's house and she had a strange idea.
James asks Rob Lowe about his experience with Paul McCartney and learns that Rob isn't the best at doing an impression of the legendary musician.
James, dressed as Cher, invites Cher, William H. Macy also dressed as Cher, and Late Late Show staffers also dressed as Cher to compete against him in a game of Musical Chers. It's like Musical Chairs, but with a lot of Chers and the music is Cher's.
Late Late Show music guest Paula Abdul returns to Stage 56 to perform her classic song "Straight Up" with stunning choreography.
It's safe to say a lot happened this summer, from LeBron James joining the Lakers to the heroic rescue of 12 children stuck in a Thailand cave, and James Corden recaps all of it in one big break down.