Eva Longoria dropped by “The Late Late Show” on Wednesday to promote her new film, “Overboard”, and the expectant mother admitted that her pregnancy has been making her highly emotional.
In fact, host James Corden told the former “Desperate Housewives” star that he’s heard there’s one song that brings her to tears every time she hears it: Celine Dion’s “Titanic” hit “My Heart Will Go On”.
“Everything makes me cry lately,” Longoria told Corden. “But every time I hear [that song] — and this was before I was pregnant, by the way… don’t sing it now, because I will lose my [bleep]… I’m crying already thinking about it.”
With that, Corden looked over to the other guest on the couch, Will Ferrell. “Will,” asked Corden, “do you know how that song goes?”
“I certainly do,” deadpanned the “Anchorman” star before launching into his own inimitable rendition of the Canadian songstress’s iconic hit that did indeed bring Longoria to tears — of laughter.
Meanwhile, Corden offered some delivery room advice, advising Longoria’s husband not to witness the birth. “It’s like watching your favourite pub burn down,” he quipped. “They’ll do it up but it won’t be the same.”
Longoria also received some parenting tips from Ferrell — father of three boys — who admitted he now regrets teaching his sons to pee “in nature” after they started doing it in the backyards of their friends during play dates. Watch: