Post Profile

Usain Bolt Races James Corden, And It Gets Funny Fast

“The Late Late Show” host James Corden may be quick-witted, but is he fast enough on his feet to challenge Usain Bolt? Corden, actor Owen Wilson and the show staff raced the Olympic sprint king in a parking lot for Tuesday’s show. If you think that sounds absurd, you must watch the actual race. Corden looked spiffy in his Jamaica jersey and Wilson gamely attempted to steal the victory.
read more


Related Posts

103-year-old Japanese sprinter challenges Usain Bolt to a race

Sports : The Early Lead

Hidekichi Miyazaki of Japan is 103 years old, and about to turn 104. He is 5 feet tall and weighs 92 pounds. He holds the world record in the 100 meters for centenarians: 29.83 seconds. Hidekichi Miyazaki wants to race Usain Bolt, t...

Internet sprints to make that iconic Usain Bolt photo a meme

Humor : Mashable: Watercooler

Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt is so fast that he had time to smile and glance back at his competitors during an Olympic race and still win.  The people of Twitter were so impressed by the photo which captured the moment, they are...

James Corden and Matt LeBlanc: Two Grown Men Racing on Tiny Tot Motorcycles

Entertainment / Pop Culture : Vulture

On Tuesday night’s Late, Late Show, James Corden challenged Top Gear host Matt LeBlanc to a high-stakes, low-riding race in a segment called "Bottom Gear." The two television hosts revved up their engines (read: feet) and scooted fu...

James Corden, Owen Wilson and the Late Late Show Staff Must Love Losing, Challenge Usain Bolt To a 100 Meter Race

Entertainment / Pop Culture : Vulture

Sure, Usain Bolt might have nine Olympic gold medals and might hold the title of "fastest human ever timed," but have you seen James Corden wrestle the Red Hot Chili Peppers? That guy has spunk. With the help of narration from a dra...

James Corden, 'Late Late Show' staff take on Usain Bolt in epic race

Humor : Mashable: Watercooler

In one lane, we have Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt — the fastest human to ever be recorded. In the other, we have British host of The Late Late Show James Corden — "who spends the majority of his day sitting."  SEE ALSO: James Corden...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC