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James Corden reveals how Kanye West cost 'The Late Late Show' $45,000

09 August 2018

Corden had taken his show to Central Hall Westminster in London for a week.

In the first round, Corden had no problem not eating the 1,000-year-old egg that Jenner chose for him and, instead, shared details of the time Kanye West totally flaked on him.

NBC later confirmed Grande's booking, while the two shared a Twitter lovefest: Grande tweeted that she loved Corden, who replied with a quote tweet saying it was one of his favorite "Carpool Karaoke" tapings to date.

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Grande is returning as a "Carpool Karaoke" veteran, having previously appeared on "The Late Late Show" in August, 2017, where she joined "Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane.

'Oh I can answer this easily!' ' James responded.

"He's cancelled twice, maybe even three times", Corden said. "We are so delighted CBS has given us this prime-time special to make an hour-long version of this 'Carpool Karaoke.' Now everyone can see the joy of that concert and more of their chat". West did, however, send a consolation gift.

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"And he sent me a pair of Yeezys".

He added, "People were like, 'Woah, they're so expensive.' And I was like, 'Yeah!" Despite West's multiple cancelations, and Corden still sounding bitter about it, it's clear the host is still hoping the rapper will come through one day. "We loved making it and knew we had something special, but it was so wonderful for us to see how many people watched and enjoyed it".

"Paul McCartney Carpool Karaoke", with almost 130 million digital views across Facebook and YouTube, is becoming a CBS prime-time special.

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James Corden reveals how Kanye West cost 'The Late Late Show' $45,000