James Corden‘s past has been used to judge him, especially by TV director Craig Duncan who branded the comedian ‘difficult and obnoxious.’ Let’s see why.
Corden has held down the spot as a hilarious comedian and talk show host for years. But some of the memories he left behind will never be forgotten. While he made many laugh, he also made some heartbreaking remarks.
James Corden has been embroiled in a host of controversies, and Craig Duncan isn’t hitting the breaks. Recall that in 2017, Corden was the host of the amfAR Gala. The 44-year-old joked about the disgraced Harvey Weinstein during his presentation on stage.
But the internet was not kind to him. Many condemned his joke, which caused Corden to apologize. The onscreen star claimed he never intended to make light of sexual harassment.
That same year, Corden was slammed for stealing material. Reportedly, Noel Fielding made a joke in 2010, and years later, Corden lifted the same idea.
Before then, the talk show host was involved in a public spat with Patrick Stewart. Stewart criticized Corden, who acted as the host for the Glamour Awards. The Star Trek actor revealed that Corden’s eyes were darting around the room.
But this did not go down well with the presenter, who shunned the actor. Stewart did not hold back. He passed a joke about Corden’s stomach, to which the comedian replied:
“I’m waiting for the punchline. Go on. No, seriously, go on. No, go on! You could see my belly, and we can all see you dying right now.”
Last year, a restaurateur in New York branded Corden “the most abusive customer ever.” He was displeased by how the celebrity handled having egg white in an egg yolk omelet.
Just this month, James Corden has been described with unpleasant adjectives by Craig Duncan. But is it due to his former dramas, or have they had a spat before?
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TV Director Craig Duncan Brands James Corden as ‘Obnoxious’ While Recounting His Work Experience
TV director, Craig Duncan believes James Corden is ‘the most difficult and obnoxious presenter.’ Following their time together, Duncan noticed Corden lashed out at staff. The TV director worked with him on “A League of Their Own.”
Duncan, whose years and expertise have scored him over sixty credits, detailed Corden using degrading words. According to him, he called the cameramen “stupid.”
Last year, Corden told the world he was stepping from his well-known job. The 44-year-old claimed he needed to be more present for his family and intended to “put down some roots in London.”