James Corden secures new hosting role after 'Late Late Show' departure

James Corden, the former host of "The Late Late Show," is set to return to interviewing celebrities with a new podcast on SiriusXM. The show, titled "This Life of Mine with James Corden," is scheduled to launch in early 2024 and will feature in-depth conversations with stars about the people, places, moments, and memories that have shaped their lives. Corden expressed his excitement about joining SiriusXM and having the opportunity to engage in deep conversations with individuals whom he greatly admires.

Despite SiriusXM's headquarters being in Manhattan, Corden will not be residing in the United States for the show. Instead, he will be recording in various locations. After leaving Los Angeles, Corden returned to his native London to be with his wife and three children. The final episode of "The Late Late Show" aired in April, and the show will be replaced by "After Midnight," hosted by Taylor Tomlinson, in early 2024.

Corden gained popularity on his CBS talk show with segments like "Carpool Karaoke" and "Crosswalk the Musical." However, his public image suffered last year when he faced accusations of verbally abusing servers at a Manhattan restaurant and stealing a joke from fellow British comedian Ricky Gervais.

Corden's departure from "The Late Late Show" occurred just before a writers strike that caused many talk shows to go off the air for several months.

In conclusion, James Corden, known for his previous role as the host of "The Late Late Show," is set to launch a new podcast on SiriusXM. Despite previous controversies, Corden is eager to engage in meaningful conversations with celebrities he admires. The podcast is expected to debut in early 2024 and will be recorded in various locations, as Corden resides in London.


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