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On a day in which the head of the Boy Scouts made a public apology for the group’s jamboree behavior of the President of the United States, Stephen Colbert’s Late Show had no time to even touch on that. Because Trump got upstaged byShow More Summary
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Following the overreactions on July 26 to President Trump’s twitter announcement, host of The Late Late Show James Corden decided to express his anger in a more musical fashion. Sung to the tune of the 1964 classic “L-O-V-E” by Nat King Cole, Corden made several swipes at Trump. Show More Summary
Drop the Mic, which TBS debuts in the fall, had a much faster path from Late Late Show segment to series than did Carpool Karaoke, creators told TV critics at TCA. It started as a tryout on Tuesday when host James Corden faced off with Anne Hathaway. Show More Summary
The host gave Frank Sinata's "L.O.V.E." a LGBT twist.
Sutton Foster paid a visit to The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Wednesday (July 26), and took a look back at her early stage roots. The two-time-Tony winner laughed with host Stephen and joked about getting playful with A Bronx Tale star Richard H. Blake, who beat her on the TV talent show Star [...]
James Corden, ever the lovely cinnamon roll, made a beautiful tribute on The Late Late Show riffing on Nat King Cole's "L.O.V.E.", changing the lyrics to suit a new acronym: "L.G.B.T."
James Corden took a few minutes during last night’s 'Late Late Show' to address Trump‘s ban trans people from the military.
Yesterday, Donald Trump announced a military ban on transgender individuals, calling them “a disruption.” In response, on last night’s The Late Late Show, host James Corden delivered a stinging takedown of the order. Corden, sporting a top hat and dress suit, parodied Nat King Cole classic “L-O-V-E,” changing the words to “L-G-B-T.” The tune went as […]
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Using Nat King Cole’s “L-O-V-E” as a springboard, James Corden paid tribute to transgender service members and the LGBT community on The Late Late Show in response to Donald Trump’s announcement of a ban on trans military serv… Read The post James Corden Sings ‘L-G-B-T’ for Transgender Troops: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
'The Late Late Show' host took the stage in a top hat to sing to the tune of 'L-O-V-E.'
On Wednesday, President Donald Trump surprised pretty much everyone when he announced via Twitter that transgender people will no longer be allowed to serve in the United States military. Later that night, late show hosts across networks...Show More Summary
TV Line reports: To the tune of Nat King Cole’s “L-O-V-E,” Late Late Show host James Corden saluted transgender troops, who will no longer be allowed to serve in the army according to President Donald Trump. The musical number, which...Show More Summary
James Corden issued a response to Donald Trump‘s ban on transgender individuals in the military by performing a song and dance number on The Late Late Show on Wednesday (July 26). The song was performed to the tune of Nat King Cole‘s “L-O-V-E” with different words. “‘L,’ he doesn’t care for lesbians; ‘G,’ he thinks [...]