April 22, 2024

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James Corden announced that he will be leaving late at night

James Corden announced that he will be leaving late at night

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James Corden announced on Thursday He is leaving “The Late Late Show” in 2023 after eight years.

“When I started this journey, it was always like this – it will be a journey, an adventure. I have never seen it as an end destination, you know?” Corden said. “And I never want this show to be out of date in any way. I always want to love making it, and I really think a year from now it will be a good time to move on and see what else there might be.”

“I’m going to say this — he’s not wrong about being dangerous for a pineapple, you know? I mean, this has spikes built into it and bananas too. It might not sound so dangerous, but remember, somebody threw a banana, it’s right back at them.” Trevor Noah

“Do you know what I think is the worst fruit to be hit? Aphids. Yeah, no, not because it’s tough; just because you can get a bit of it in your mouth, and that’s [expletive] disgusting. I hope he hits me in the head and kills me so I don’t have to taste it.” Trevor Noah

On Thursday’s “Tonight Show,” Christina Ricci responded to fan theories about the Showtime song, “Yellowjackets.”

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