Lizzo, Harry Styles, Beyoncé, and Ted Cruz made a big splash on The Late Late Show with James Corden as they discussed their experiences at the GRAMMYs. The talk show host was excited to have such star power on his show, and the audience couldn’t have been happier. James Corden joked about how difficult it is to look cool while doing certain things, even for someone as cool as Brad Pitt. The conversation took a hilarious turn as they discussed different ways to make certain actions look cool. James then invited the audience to demonstrate their best two-handed wave, creating a fun and interactive moment.

The conversation then turned to the GRAMMYs, which took place the night before. The red carpet looks were a topic of discussion, with Lizzo stealing the show in a spectacular floral cape that resembled something you’d wear to sneak into Elton John’s house unnoticed. Harry Styles, on the other hand, wore an outfit that only exposed half of each nipple, showing that he knows how to dress for a formal occasion. Shania Twain also made a statement in a black and white polka dot suit with an oversized hat, reminiscent of Beetlejuice on mushrooms.

But it was the sparkly silver outfits that stole the show, with Beyoncé, Lizzo, First Lady Jill Biden, and Harry Styles all sporting the metallic look. James Corden playfully compared their outfits to the Cybermen from Doctor Who, creating a lighthearted moment. Chris Martin’s ensemble drew laughter as James joked about how comfortable he looked, and how he himself felt underdressed like a geography teacher.

Beyoncé was the big winner of the night, taking home four Grammys and becoming the most decorated artist in Grammy history with 32 wins. However, she missed her first televised award due to being stuck in traffic, causing James Corden to humorously deduct a star from her Uber driver’s rating. The evening also featured amazing performances, including Sam Smith and Kim Petrus, who dazzled the audience with their rendition of “Unholy.”

One unexpected critic of the Grammy Awards was Senator Ted Cruz, who took to Twitter to voice his disapproval. James Corden humorously imagined the thought process behind Ted Cruz‘s decision to tweet about the Grammys instead of other pressing matters. The host playfully teased the senator, generating laughter from the audience.

The show ended with Adele meeting The Rock, fulfilling her dream of meeting the action star. As the night came to a close, Harry Styles celebrated his Album of the Year win, with James Corden jokingly mentioning his challenge of trying to get the Grammy to stick to his ceiling-side table.

The Late Late Show with James Corden never fails to entertain with its lively and humorous conversations. From celebrity fashion to award show antics, this talk show continues to bring laughter, surprises, and engaging moments to viewers night after night.