James Corden films at home after coming into contact with a pal who has COVID-19
James Corden has been filming The Late Late Show over Zoom after he come into contact with someone who tested positive for coronavirus. The comedian was taking precautions but he himself had tested negative for the killer virus
James Corden has been filming at home after coming into contact with a pal who tested coronavirus positive.
Left with no choice, the presenter has been shooting scenes for the Late Late Show over Zoom to ensure the safety of the TV crew and A-list guests.
The comedian, 42, has taken a coronavirus test which has come back negative.
However, as a precaution, the TV personality has not returned to the studio with everyone else to film the show.
Over Zoom, he pointed out he was more than six feet apart from anyone else.
He told fans: “I’ve taken a test. That test has come back negative.
“But out of an abundance of caution for everyone who works on the show, I’m going to host the show over Zoom – way more than six feet apart from anyone.”
The funnyman expressed it was a shame because he felt he was getting back into the groove of working in the studio.
He added: “It’s a shame, because I really feel like we were getting into a rhythm in the studio…
“But the show must go on, and we are here and we are so happy that you’re watching.”
The TV studios is based in Los Angeles.
James has been keeping people entertained with The Late Late Show since 2015.