James Corden has been taking a bit of a break from his signature “Carpool Karaoke” this week to try out a new bit in which he takes over other people’s jobs, with Monday’s edition of “The Late Late Show” finding him coaching the Arsenal Football Club.
Corden hit the track to attempt the job of nine-time Olympic gold medallist Usain Bolt, joined by Owen Wilson and a slew of other people. The late night funnyman posted a photo on Twitter of himself limbering up next to the famed Jamaican sprinter, writing, “It’s on…”
Corden followed that up with another tweet, claiming he “destroyed” Bolt in the 100-metre sprint.
That clearly, however, never happened.