Things never seem to go quite right on the set of “The Late Late Show with James Corden”.
Kristen Bell, 36, visited the late-night talk show where the two stars chatted about love. “You know, Kristen, I was thinking: Love can be a funny thing,” Corden said. Bell replied, “You know, I love love, James.” Corden announced, “And I love love, too, Kristen, but love can lift us up.”
The two funny celebs then launched into a performance of the 1982 mega-hit “Up Where We Belong”, but “up” is definitely not where Corden and Bell belong.
Things almost immediately fell apart, as Kristen Bell pulled a Tinker Bell and gracefully flew toward the rafters. Corden, however, was grounded and couldn’t manage to rise up as was the plan. Eventually, the 38-year-old comedian began levitating only for the “Bad Moms” actress to drop back down to earth.
“We’re supposed to be even,” Bell cried out, reaching for Corden. “Can you make us equal?”
With the segment mercifully ended, Corden looked for a scapegoat. “That was an absolute disaster! Who was responsible for this?” he said. “We rehearsed it and rehearsed it and rehearsed it.”
Bell recently appeared in the James Franco-directed biographical comedy film “The Disaster Artist”. The movie was well received at its SXSW premiere on March 12 and features appearances from Dave Franco, Seth Rogen, Josh Hutcherson, Alison Brie, Zac Efron, Kate Upton, and Bryan Cranston, among many others.