James Corden Would Rather Not Talk About That Balthazar Omelet
It is possible that if you watch an entire season of “The Late Late Show with James Corden,” you would not notice the presence of an entire cast of people who were in the studio that day, recording their lines, only to go home and change their clothes. But you would still be forced to notice every single change in their appearance, from the hair to the eye shadow, so that you could discern the new James Corden from a re-creation of the one before. Now, the question has become whether or not James Corden, the British host of a late night talk show, would be comfortable sitting down and talking about his new outfit. In a recent interview with Vanity Fair, Corden said in a moment of candor (that we should all take with a grain of salt) that he would rather not talk about that particular outfit, which was a nod to the fashion in which he has dressed in the past.
When the interviewer asked about his new look, Corden said, “It’s not a look. I haven’t had something to wear since about June 4.” “I’ve also dressed in my office,” he added, “and I’m wearing a suit that I was given by the government.”
Corden also made a point of mentioning that he would consider wearing a different outfit to appear on “The Late Late Show,” a show he has appeared on before with his now-fiancée, Jennifer Lopez. “Yeah, sure,” he said. “But then I’d have to get a whole new wardrobe, and that would be a waste of everybody’s time, so why not just keep the one outfit I’ve been wearing for 13 years?”
What struck us about this particular answer was why James Corden would choose to dress in a particular way, because he’s