After asking Awkwafina about the rap song that got her fired from a publicity job in New York, Sandra Bullock recalls her the days in college opening for a drag show and Sarah Paulson shows off some Mom dance skills.
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James asks Jamie Lee Curtis about the latest installment of the "Halloween" film franchise and how her leading role in the first film 40 years ago set her career up.
Late Late Show's legendary music guest Boy George & Culture Club performs "Life" for the Stage 56 audience.
Late Late Show music guest Arctic Monkeys returns to perform "One Point Perspective" for the Stage 56 audience.
James asks Mary Elizabeth Winstead about her recent experience of an herbal palm read, which automatically qualifies you as full Angelino, and learns it was mostly pleasant because of the compliments.
"Spittin' Venom," a new song by James Corden, Reggie Watts, and Jenny Slate that's inspired by the superhero movie, has spawned a new dance challenge. Emmy-nominated choreographer Chloe Arnold and dancer Ava Bernstine teach you how to do the Venom Dance.
Inspired by the new movie "Venom," James Corden, Reggie Watts, and Jenny Slate rap an original song called 'Spittin' Venom' and create a music video that borrows heavily from 1990s hip hop.
Late Late Show music guest Phosphorescent performs "New Birth in New England" for the Stage 56 audience.
When James offers his audience a chance to ask him anything about the show, he gives one of his fans, Greg, a chance to deliver a line to the camera. Unfortunately for James, everyone agrees Greg is an absolute natural, including Lil Rel Howery.
For the third year in a row, the giant Late Late Show billboard at CBS Television City has been temporarily replaced with a different billboard promoting one of the network's new shows. This year, it's Happy Together, produced by Late Late Show executive producer Ben Winston -- James's best friend. To test Ben's loyalty, he pressures him into doing what he's done when this happens in year's past: deface the billboard.
Let's face it: Baby Shark is an undeniable force. James invites his guests, Sophie Turner, playing the role of Mommy Shark, and Josh Groban, taking on the role of Daddy Shark, for the definitive performance of this global phenomenon.