Once again, talk-show presenter James Corden lost his cool, this time yelling at a New York Times reporter who was asking him about his most recent Amazon endeavor.
Reporter Dave Itskoff questioned the Tony Award winner, who makes $36 million annually, during an interview that was taking place on Thursday morning at an upscale eatery on New York City’s Upper East Side.
“Regarding what? Why do you say that? Corden gave a cautious reply.
He exploded once again after being probed further and informed that The Times were happy he kept the interview after his previous altercation with NYC restaurant owner Keith McNally and Corden’s tantrum over his wife’s improperly prepared omelet.
He defended himself by saying, “I haven’t done anything illegal, on any level.” Why then would I ever want to cancel this? I was present. I got it. Everything about it makes me feel so zen. because I find it to be so absurd. Simply put, I believe it is beneath us all. You are underneath it. It obviously doesn’t belong in your magazine.