Somber songstress Adele loves to serenade us into pools of tears about love, loss, and all of the things in between. However, what she will not be doing is singing any of her lullabies of lament on a Broadway stage. Because apparently, although Adele has already scored herself an Emmy, an Oscar, and a public storage unit full of Grammys, she refuses to do any musicals ever. Because, as she proudly states, she absolutely fucking hates musicals.
A Director Calls Out James Corden For Being The Most “Difficult And Obnoxious” Presenter He’s Ever Worked With
James Corden, America’s annoyingly un-funny foster child from the UK, is known to be a terror who holds guests hostage inside a rented vehicle to sing for his pleasure and who is a menace to NYC restaurant servers. And one person who knows first-hand about James’ insufferableness is Craig Duncan, a director who worked once with James on the comedy sports show A League of Their Own. Craig is now a member of Team James Corden Must Be Stopped, along with Mel B and everybody else. Because Craig did not enjoy his time working with James.
James Corden is an asshole. You know it, I know it, the waitstaff at Balthazar knows it. And now Mel B has joined the growing list of Corden-haters. The Wrap reports that, during an appearance on the British chat show The Big Narstie Show, Mel was asked, “Who is the biggest dickhead celebrity you have ever met?” While most celebs would plead the fifth, Scary Spice has never been one to bite her (pierced) tongue. And she didn’t just give us a name. She gave up names. Plural. Mel answered, “So, there’s a few. James Corden, Geri Halliwell, Jessie J, and me.” James? Duh. Geri? Makes sense; there’s old Spice Girl beef. Jessie J? These two also have history. Mel once called her “the most overrated” pop singer. Finally, Mel B listing herself: a stroke of genius. Softens the blow, makes her seem self-aware and willing to poke fun at herself. All in all, a perfect, shady answer to a perfect, shady question. Continue reading
James Corden Pissed Off Balthazar’s Owner Again and Ricky Gervais Called Out Him Out For Stealing A Joke
If you’re wondering if it’s safe to eat at Balthazar in New York City if you have an asshole allergy, I’d advise you to play it safe and avoid it until such time as owner Keith McNalley can clarify whether or not James Corden is banned from dining there. Keith has posted about James once again, calling his Late Late Show apology “contrived and phony” following yet another newspaper interview proclaiming he had done nothing wrong. You see, asshole allergies, in my experience, are like peanut allergies, which means that even if James isn’t eating at Balthazar at the time of your visit, even the smallest particle of his noxious presence can cause an extreme reaction. In fact, James is such an irritant that other assholes can barely tolerate his ass. Even a Teflon A-hole like Ricky Gervais was brought to his knees and deleted a tweet he posted accusing James of stealing a joke from his 2018 Netflix special Humanity, because he “started to feel sorry for him.” So you’ve got to trust me on this. It’s not worth the risk.
I can’t believe that James Cordon went to the trouble of purchasing himself a sturdy pair of Big Boy Pants to wear when he called Balthazar owner Keith McNally to apologize for his alleged abusive behavior towards his restaurant’s staff, just to return them a day later after he’d soiled them. Yesterday, James was back in his usual diapers to talk to The New York Times, ostensibly to discuss his new Amazon Prime show, but effectively to prove that he’s such a stickler for having his eggs cooked just so, that he’s willing to send his entire career back to the kitchen to be re-fired, only for it to return with a side of Beef 7 Ways instead of the salad his wife had asked for.
Two New York Restaurant Owners Defended James Corden And Balthazar’s Owner Feels Conflicted About Calling Him Out
New York restaurateur Keith McNally barely got to enjoy a single day being the internet’s hero before he squandered all the goodwill he earned by calling James Corden a “tiny cretin of a man” and banning him from his popular New York City restaurant Balthazar for being a raging asshole to his staff. Less than 24 hours after his post on Instagram, in which he detailed a number of abuses James had inflicted on his servers, Keith reversed his ban after James called him personally to apologize. Keith now says he “feels sorry for him,” presumably because he feels guilty for the torrent of pent up schadenfreude that rained down on that man like a monsoon of cats and cockaroaches.