James Corden said his goodbyes to “The Late Late Show,” CBS and America last night with a star-studded line-up.
Corden, 44, announced his departure from “The Late Late Show” in April 2022, just before renewing his contract for an eighth and final year.
Corden revealed on the Drew Barrymore Show that his decision to leave was a “very, very easy one”.
Corden — who has hosted the show since March 2015 — is the fourth and last person to host “The Late Late Show.”
Tom Cruise, Adele, Harry Styles and Will Ferrell all joined Corden for his final show.
Jane Krakowski and Josh Gad joined Corden for the final traffic-stopping performance, singing “There’s No Business Like Show Business,” “Singin’ in the Rain” and “Another Day of Sun” from “La La Land.”
He ended the show with a farewell song called “That’s Our Show” on the piano, singing the lyrics, “So good night / Thanks for watching / That’s our show.”
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