James Corden Says This Is the Rudest Celebrity He's Ever Met
It looks like he has not had this actor on his late-night talk show since their encounter.
Between his joyful "Carpool Karaoke" sessions and his hilarious musical spoofs, late-night talk show host James Corden appears as if he could get along with just about anyone. However, The Late Late Show host learned the hard way that that's not the case. During a 2017 interview, Corden admitted that one celebrity in particular had been rude to him and you won't want to believe it's true. Read on to find out which actor Corden called out as the rudest celebrity he's met and for more unsavory stars, take a look at A Restaurant Server Just Rated Celebrities Based on How Rude They Are.
Corden's "Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts" segment on The Late Late Show involves celebrities and the host being asked revealing questions; if they choose not to answer, they must eat or drink something like cod sperm or bird saliva. During a 2017 round with Khloe Kardashian, Corden was asked to name a celebrity who had been rude to him in the past. At first, he seemed hesitant to reveal his answer. "There was someone," Corden responded. "But I don't know if we're going to try to book him on the show."
With a glass full of bird saliva staring him in the face and Kardashian continuing to question him, Corden caved and admitted that Pierce Brosnan had been the rude celebrity. "I don't think he's a rude man, he just happened to be [to me]," he said.
Corden explained that he had gone to a U2 concert with his wife and friends and that Brosnan had been nearby with a group of his friends, too. When Brosnan and his friends left halfway through the show and didn't return for some time, Corden and his crew moved closer to the stage into that nearby area. "So me and my wife moved into this area, and literally, I've never felt anything like it, this arm went on [mine] and just pushed me out of the way," Corden said about Brosnan. "And I looked at him and he didn't even glance at me, he just moved back into his area—just like that."
When Kardashian suggested that he may have just been drunk, Corden quipped back, "Maybe he's just a bit f****** rude."
Brosnan hasn't appeared on Corden's late-night show since he took over in 2015, but that could just be a coincidence.
Of course, Brosnan isn't the only celebrity who hosts have called out. To find out what other stars have landed on hosts' you-know-what lists, keep reading. And for more on Brosnan's brood, check out Pierce Brosnan's Model Sons Will Totally Remind You of Their Dad.
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