Late Night Hosts Combat Over the Best Bits on the Last ‘Late Late Show’
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Eight Years of ‘Late Late’
James Corden signed off Thursday after eight years because the host of “The Late Late Show.” He adopted a prime-time send-off particular with one final present in his typical late-night slot, along with his dad and mom teary-eyed within the viewers and with Harry Styles and Will Ferrell as company.
“This is it, gang, that is it. It’s the ultimate ‘Late Late Show’ within the historical past of CBS,” Corden stated on the prime of the present. “I’m telling you tonight, lastly, we’re decided to get it proper this time.”
Corden thanked viewers by title for tuning in (“Dan, Stephanie, William — that’s it, actually.”) and obtained a particular video send-off from President Biden. “That is wonderful, though there was a minute within the center once I was watching that, the place in these images I am going, ‘Wait, have I died?’” Corden stated.
But it was a go to from his fellow late-night hosts that was the final “Late Late Show” bit value watching.
“First issues first, you possibly can’t appear like you’re having fun with retirement an excessive amount of.” — SETH MEYERS
”You’re going to develop a beard — an enormous one. One that claims, ‘God spoke to me from a bush.’” — STEPHEN COLBERT
“And don’t get any huge concepts — keep on with company gigs, podcasts, perhaps ‘The Masked Singer.’” — JIMMY KIMMEL
The hosts concurrently fought for what comedy bit they wished now that Corden was going off air and, regardless of chiding Corden for singing and dancing an excessive amount of on his present, they answered in unison: “Carpool Karaoke.”
The Punchiest Punchlines (Tucker Tok Edition)
“After being fired from Fox News on Monday, Tucker Carlson posted a video final evening to Twitter and stated, ‘Where can you continue to discover Americans saying true issues?’ Well, hell, you’ve already tried Fox News and Twitter. I’m out of concepts. I don’t know — perhaps Wall Street?” — SETH MEYERS
“Nothing says, ‘I landed on my toes’ like ranting in a decommissioned sauna.” — JIMMY FALLON
The Bits Worth Watching
The actor and speak present host Drew Barrymore popped by the “Tonight Show” for “Ew!,” with Jimmy Fallon and the singer-songwriter Charlie Puth.