In a hilarious and unexpected turn of events on The Late Late Show with James Corden, Benedict Cumberbatch and Elizabeth Olsen took over the show with their margarita-making skills.

As James Corden was about to share the last story of the evening, he was interrupted by the sound of a blender. Confused, he turned around to find Cumberbatch and Olsen casually whipping up some margaritas. The audience erupted in applause as the surprise guests made their presence known.

Corden couldn’t help but be amused and asked why the London-born Cumberbatch was even celebrating Cinco de Mayo, to which Cumberbatch confidently responded with facts about the Mexican victory over the French in the Battle of Pueblo in 1862. The banter continued as Cumberbatch suggested doing body shots, leaving the audience in stitches.

Despite Corden’s attempts to regain control of the show, the antics of Cumberbatch and Olsen couldn’t be ignored. Their enthusiasm for Cinco de Mayo and margaritas was contagious, and even Corden couldn’t resist taking a sip.

Amidst the laughter and margarita-making, Corden managed to squeeze in a news story about a man in Texas who found his car invaded by a swarm of yellow jackets. The absurdity of the situation only added to the lightheartedness of the segment.

However, the unexpected twist came when Cumberbatch revealed his evil alter ego from another universe, causing a commotion on set. It turns out, the real Benedict Cumberbatch needed to be stopped, and security was called in.

As the show went to a break, the audience was left eagerly anticipating how this bizarre situation would be resolved. What started as a regular talk show segment turned into an unforgettable and entertaining experience.

The Late Late Show with James Corden never fails to surprise its viewers, and Benedict Cumberbatch and Elizabeth Olsen‘s impromptu margarita-making session added a unique and lively touch to the show. Stay tuned to see how this wild turn of events unfolds.

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