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Entertainment

Web Desk
September 25, 2020

James Corden replacing Ellen DeGeneres? Here’s the truth

Entertainment

Web Desk
Fri, Sep 25, 2020

After the storm that hit Ellen DeGeneres’s empire, word on the street was that the comedian may be getting replaced by British counterpart, James Corden.

The late-night host of The Late Late Show, addressed the rumours finally and clarified that there is no truth to the claims.

During the latest episode of his show, Corden said: "Genuinely, I have no idea where that even came from. I think somebody started a rumor somewhere and someone jumped on the thing. There is absolutely no truth in that story at all. Zero.”

“As far as considering it, I think it would be a really crazy thing to take over from someone who I think has done the job so outrageously well for, like, 18 years. It's not true,” he said.

“And I think when the day comes to end this show, [it] will be the day to probably stop hosting a show every day. So, no I wouldn't,” he added.

This comes after DeGeneres issued a public apology on her show earlier this week, and addressed the toxic workplace claims, vowing to make “necessary changes.”