James Corden, Stephen Colbert celebrate Donald Trump's last day as US president
'No more days of angry tweets,' late-night talk show host James Corden marked the last day of Donald Trump's presidency with a spoof of Les Miserables' song
Late-night talk show hosts James Corden and Stephen Colbert celebrated the last day of Donald Trump as the president of the United States, and welcoming Joe Biden onboard.
The Late Late Show Corden performed a parody of a Les Misérables with the original cast of the Broadway musical. "No more days of angry tweets (‘Cuz this time he’s banned for good)/ Ship him off to Mar-a-Lago (Do they even want him there?)/ Biden better change the sheets (Maybe throw away the bed)/ Will you change the locks with me?," sang the ensemble onstage.
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— The Late Late Show with James Corden (@latelateshow) January 20, 2021
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