James Corden has noticed a significant problem in the NFL and he is making it his mission to fix it.
“The Late Late Show” host realized that to be a truly great football player you need an amazing end zone dance, but he’s noticed it’s always the wide receivers and the running backs who receive all the glory.
Corden decided that the “big guys” needed some love too, and so he invited some of the best offensive and defensive linemen in the NFL to join the first-ever “NFL Big Man Dance Crew”.
In a funny sketch, the host took Brandon Parker, Malik Jackson, Justin Pugh, and A’Shawn Robinson to a dance studio to try and improve their less-than-stellar dance moves. He soon had them side-stepping and twerking.
Highlights include Jackson and Pugh slow dancing to Boyz II Men, Parker attempting to act as a “can of soup,” and the whole gang re-enacting the famous lift scene from “Dirty Dancing”.
While it started as a struggle, the live studio performance was surprisingly impressive and shows that practice does make perfect.