Celebrity Guest Hosts Take Over CBS’s ‘Late Late Show’

Dec 3, 2019  •  Post A Comment

A lineup of celebrity guest hosts will be filling in on CBS’s “The Late Late Show with James Corden” from Dec. 9-18 while Corden takes some time off from the show.

CBS announced that Harry Styles, Melissa McCarthy and Chance the Rapper are among those who will be filling in. The guest-hosted shows will kick off with Alicia Keys on Dec. 9.

“Some of the most respected names in music, film and television will fill in for host James Corden on the Emmy Award-winning series while he is in production on the upcoming film ‘The Prom,'” CBS said in its announcement. “Those taking a turn behind Corden’s desk include 15-time Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, producer and returning Grammy host Alicia Keys; three-time Grammy Award winner Chance the Rapper; Emmy-nominated actor and musician Jeff Goldblum; scene-stealing actor, producer and writer Ken Jeong; Oscar-nominated actress Melissa McCarthy; and multi-platinum recording artist Harry Styles, who previously guest-hosted the show in December 2017.”

Each guest host will work the show for one night, with specific airdates to be announced.

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