James Corden regrets "homophobic" sketch from his short-lived 2009 BBC comedy show
Corden teamed with his Gavin & Stacey co-star Matthew Horne for the BBC sketch comedy show Horne & Corden in 2009, which included a homophobic sketch. Reflecting on the controversy, The Late Late Show host said "I can't imagine we would do that sketch today." ALSO: CBS debuts six-episode James Corden’s Next James Corden on Snapchat.
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