In fact, he also hosted the 2016 Tony Awards, in NY, for CBS, while his late-night colleague Stephen Colbert, had been tapped to host this year's Emmy Awards, in Los Angeles, on CBS.
The One Direction star, 23, turned his hand to stand-up comedy and took aim at the USA president in a ten-minute monologue on James Corden's Late Late Show. On this occasion, he performed an acoustic version of the album track "Two Ghosts".More news: Ninth Circuit hears oral argument on Trump travel ban
James Corden earned himself a second Grammys season. "I want the show to be a true celebration of everybody in that room".
Show host James Corden speaks at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles February 12, 2017.More news: Cyber attack hits China government, schools
Corden also hosts the network's chat show The Late Late Show and previous year hosted the Tony Awards from NY on CBS.More news: Democrat Calls For President Donald Trump's Immediate Impeachment
The superstar artist's presence is not, however, limited to a performance. He also previously hosted the Tony Awards on CBS. After dropping a huge hint that he would love to be asked about his juggling skills, the Late Late Show audience finally acquiesced and cheered him on. Ewan McGregor and Billy Crudup also make appearances.
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