James Corden Reflects on Life Post The Tonight Show

by Patria

In a candid conversation with Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show, comedian James Corden opened up about the challenges and overwhelming reality he has faced since stepping away from late-night television approximately nine months ago.

Expressing humility, Corden confessed to Fallon that the adjustment to life after hosting has been more challenging than anticipated. “I have really not been doing anything,” he admitted during the interview, characterizing the experience as an “up-at-dawn, pride-swallowing siege.”

The former host of The Late, Late Show shared that he encountered what he considered “the darkest moment” of his post-TV life, humorously revealing that it occurred while taking his three children to a water park. Describing the chaotic scene, Corden quipped, “You know what it’s like when you’re at Disney World. Now imagine everyone is in their underwear. Yeah. And everyone’s peeing, all the time… people are having conversations, just peeing.”

Reflecting on the aspects he misses the most about hosting his own show, Corden highlighted three key elements. Firstly, the sense of camaraderie within the show’s team, describing it as being part of a “gang.” Secondly, he expressed nostalgia for the daily excitement of putting on a show. Lastly, Corden humorously noted that he misses the convenience of having a pre-prepared excuse to decline social engagements, stating, “The thing I miss more than anything, which I didn’t realize at the time and only realize now, is you’ve got a ready-made, built-in excuse to get out of anything you don’t want to do. You just say to people, ‘I can’t, I’ve got a show’ … Everyone believes you.”

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