Following Craig Ferguson's departure, James Corden became host of The Late Late Show, with its celebrity interviews, music and sketches, as well as new features. And of course, it's all hosted by Tony Award winner James Corden.
Few major names have originally been scheduled to appear on the show, but later withdrew. In 2014, Nicole Kidman withdrew due to illness, in 2013, Jay Z canceled due to scheduling conflicts, and in 2007, Hilary Swank refused to appear on the show, after she discovered "the nature of the show." See more »
I don't know how the producers/bookers of this show keep doing it. Every week they seem to get the best guests. OK, so I know they're only on to promote their book/film/album, but at least they're on our screens.
It's a bit of a hit and miss chat show at times, largely because all the guests are on at once, sat awkwardly together. Sometimes this makes for a better show when they're all bantering with each other, but sometimes you get one guest who clearly is the oddball out.
Norton's charm adds to the proceedings, but smartly it's all about the guests. For week on week A list celeb interviews, this show is the only place to go.
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