‘Late Late Show’: James Corden Says England Is "Not a Country That Feels Afraid"

The horde gave a daring response to a London attacks in a opening to a initial London book of a ‘Late Late Show,’ while also holding aim during U.S. media coverage.

James Corden may have been formulation an elaborate low-pitched series to open a initial of 3 Late Late Show episodes to be promote from London, though a assembly no doubt many preferred his last-minute change: a daring digression addressing Saturday’s apprehension attacks in a British capital.


“I’m so unapproachable to be broadcasting here from my hometown, unapproachable to uncover off a beauty, a farrago and a stoic British integrity to let zero or anybody mount in a way,”” he pronounced in a prerecorded summary shot outward Westminster’s Central Hall, a immeasurable church where a uncover is being recorded, about 1 mile from where a attacks took place nearby London Bridge. “This is not a nation that feels afraid.”

Corden said that many of the Late Late Show group were out in a city Saturday night and were staying in a hotel only a few mins from a attacks. 

“Some people competence contend it’s a bizarre time to do a accumulation uncover from this city. we couldn’t remonstrate more,” he continued. “We wish a stupidest, many fun-packed shows we’ve ever done for we to applaud London and Britain and all it has to offer, and we know what: The people who carried out that conflict would hatred that.”

During a show, Cordon also echoed associate Brit speak uncover horde John Oliver in aggressive The New York Times, that has pronounced Londoners were “reeling” from a attack, job on a assembly to hearten aloud to uncover they were “not in a place to be afraid.”

Nicole Kidman – who was a guest on a uncover alongside Kit Harington – uttered her support to a U.K., observant she “wanted to be here to support England and London right now.”

Watch Corden’s comments below. 


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