Billy Eichner, the popular comedian known for his energetic performances on Billy on the Street, recently made an appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden. During his interview, he discussed his latest project, the movie “do Revenge,” which is currently streaming on Netflix.

In the movie, Eichner plays the character Eleanor, one of two girls who meet and bond over their shared experiences of bullying in middle and early high school. They decide to take revenge on their bullies, but with a twist – they have the other person do it for them, so they can avoid being blamed for the actions.

Eichner’s character, Eleanor, is described as the underdog, the not-so-cool girl who may secretly have been plotting things all along. However, during filming, Eichner found himself constantly asking for additional takes to perfect his scenes, only to later realize that many of them were edited out of the final cut. Despite the setback, Eichner seems to be enjoying a string of success in his career.

During the interview, Eichner’s co-star, Maya, also shared some interesting tidbits about her journey to Hollywood. Growing up in New York, Maya would often walk for hours to auditions because she couldn’t drive. She mentioned that walking seven blocks in New York is very different from walking the same distance in Los Angeles.

Eichner, who is also a native New Yorker, admitted that he never learned to drive either. However, he’s grateful for ride-sharing apps like Uber and Lyft, which have made it possible for him to live in Los Angeles comfortably.

The conversation then took an exciting turn as they discussed the incredible popularity of Billy on the Street videos on TikTok. Eichner expressed his amazement at the millions of young people discovering his show for the first time, even though they weren’t alive when he first started. It’s incredible to see how Billy on the Street clips continue to go viral and bring joy to people’s lives.

As the interview came to an end, Corden’s sidekick Reggie asked an unusual question about the existence of the entertainment industry in Sumerian times, where tall beings supposedly used humans as a workforce to mine for gold. Eichner charmingly replied that he believes the need for stories has always existed and that, even in ancient times, people must have had some form of entertainment industry.

Overall, Billy Eichner‘s appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden was filled with entertaining anecdotes and lively discussions. It’s evident that Eichner’s career is soaring, and he continues to captivate audiences on both the big screen and platforms like TikTok.