Published On: Wed, Sep 20th, 2017

James Corden Speaks About The Controversial Photo Of Kissing Sean Spicer At The Emmys

The host of “Late Late Show”, James Corden spoke about the leaked photo of him, kissing the former press secretary of President Donald Trump, Sean Spicer at Emmys and he responded with jokes on his Monday night show.

James-Corden-Speaks-About-The-Controversial-Photo-Of-Kissing-Sean-Spicer-At-The-Emmys

The CBS host Corden is aware about his controversy that has spread in recent day, many questions have raised about his act when he was kissing the Sean Spicer at Emmys.

He addressed the audience about this controversial leaked photo through jokes, after the Ceremony people were angered that why Spicer was invited in the show and now the situation went in worse condition for James’s fans as he kissed him.

James Kimberley Corden is known as English actor, comedian and television host; he is the currently host of the CBS show “The Late Late Show with James Corden” which airs on Monday late night.

He attended the Emmys award ceremony and during the ceremony he kissed the former Trump’s press secretary Sean.

There were many questions after the end of ceremony that why he was at the Emmys, because there is no reason of hi to attend the ceremony, it has become the controversial talk in US and his kissing scene with Corden is criticized a lot on social media.

Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer appeared at Hollywood Emmys on Sunday Night, his appearance as his kissing scene has created another controversial thins on the social media and James Corden knew about all these criticism.

Corden has well information about the criticism on him as well as the leaked photo of him with Sean in which he was kissing that man on cheek, he appeared on his show on Monday, he answered about all these controversial news with jokes and he flew them in joke.

Leave a comment

XHTML: You can use these html tags: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>