James Corden’s long run on The Late Late Show may soon be approaching its end but allegations against the US television host continue to flood in.
TV director, Craig Duncan branded Corden “obnoxious” when working with the British comedian on British television series, A League Of Their Own this week.
“The most difficult and obnoxious presenter I have ever worked with was James Corden,” he told viewers via YouTube.
Duncan accused Corden of creating an uncomfortable atmosphere on set, an allegation which has often been directed towards the Late Late Show host in the past.
Just last year, James was forced to make a public apology after a TV restauranteur exposed the comedian for being abusive in NYC’s Balthazar.
Rather oddly, Corden had stated during the flood of online scrutiny that he hadn’t made any acknowledgement that his behaviour at the time was out of line.
James Corden can’t stay out of controversy
Corden’s rep behind the camera has never been so pretty. For a number of years now, users have taken to Reddit to share their own experiences with the TV star.
One user accused the host of “screaming at the crew” during a taping of The Late Late Show back in 2021.
Another claimed he was disrespectful to a supermarket employee in Los Angeles, allegedly “yawning really loudly” whilst being served at the checkout.
Mel B also took aim at Corden in December, publically labelling him as the of the “biggest d******* celebrities” she’d met.
It’s unlikely Corden will make any acknowledgement of these new allegations. After all, the TV host has played off criticism rather well since starting his US late-night gig back in 2015.
The host is often the target of satirical online comments which regard him as one of the worst celebrity faces in Hollywood.
Corden expected to move back to UK
With his last episode hosting The Late Late Show soon approaching, this may be the perfect time for Corden to lay low.
He’s already publically confirmed to Good Morning Britain that he’ll be moving back to the UK as soon as his time on the CBS network ends.