During a recent episode of “The Late Late Show with James Corden,” Rudy Giuliani fired back at the January 6th hearings with a witty comeback. The talk show host engaged in banter with his guest, Ben, who preferred to sit in the audience rather than on the set with the “common folk.” James humorously suggested that Winnie, the big producer, should take Ben’s spot and have the power to cut or remove anything from the show.

Moving on to the news, James shared that four more states were voting in their primaries, specifically highlighting South Carolina, where voters were deciding whether to replace two Republican members of Congress with nominees backed by former President Donald Trump. James jokingly remarked that regardless of the outcome, Trump would claim victory. He also took a dig at Representative Tom Rice, one of the ten House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump, suggesting that Rice wants to know what it takes to sell a mid-sized sedan.

In other news, Rudy Giuliani, who was reportedly accused of being inebriated on election night during the January 6th hearings, took to Twitter to defend himself. Giuliani claimed he only consumed his favorite drink, Diet Pepsi, and remained sober while giving advice. James humorously commented on Giuliani’s defense, implying that endorsing Diet Pepsi as his favorite drink isn’t exactly a ringing endorsement.

Shifting gears to another topic, James discussed the ongoing pilot shortage faced by airlines, resulting in thousands of flight cancellations. He sarcastically remarked that the idea of hiring 12,000 fresh pilots to address the shortage didn’t inspire confidence in the traveling public.

Adding a touch of humor, James introduced the audience to the invasion of an invasive species of earthworm called jumping worms. Scientists have described these worms as “earthworms on steroids” due to their ability to leach nutrients from the soil and potentially disrupt ecosystems. James playfully wondered if the term “sharks of the earth” could also apply to these worms.

To wrap up the show, James shared the unusual story of a man from the United Kingdom who tattooed his favorite Nike sneakers onto his feet to save money on buying new shoes. James, with a mix of curiosity and humor, questioned the practicality of having to wear shoes over the tattooed sneakers, suggesting it might be challenging to find a way to make it work.

Lastly, James informed viewers that TikTok was introducing a new tool to remind users when they have spent too much time on the app. He playfully introduced the “look up from your phone and talk to your family challenge,” poking fun at the addictive nature of social media.

And that’s the latest from “The Late Late Show with James Corden.” Stay tuned for more entertaining episodes filled with celebrity banter, hilarious news segments, and the host’s trademark wit.