- James Corden is a British actor and comedian
- He has been the host of 'The Late Late Show' for many years now
- Corden said farewell to fans with an emotional speech
April 27 was Corden's last time hosting 'The Late Late Show.' In his farewell speech, he touched on the current state of America. "We started this show with Obama, then Trump and a global pandemic. I’ve watched America change a lot. I’ve watched divisions grow and I’ve felt a sense of negativity boil over," James Corden said.
James will be missed by millions of late night fans
But he also touched on a silver lining: "Just because somebody disagrees with you it doesn’t make them bad or evil. We are all more the same than we are different. There are so many people who are trying to stoke those differences and we have to try as best we can to look for the light, look for the joy. If you do, it’s out there. That’s all this show has ever been about," Corden concluded.
Adele also appeared on the show in the final 'Carpool Karaoke' segment. Corden asked the singer if she'd ever pursue EGOT status since she already has an Emmy, Grammy and Oscar...
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