James Corden’s surprise appearance at the glitzy London event Vogue World wasn’t welcomed by all, as some savagely slammed his performance on Twitter.
The actor took to the stage alongside Sienna Miller and James McAvoy at Theatre Royal Drury Lane on Thursday night, as he continues settling into London life after returning home from America.
In one scene, James, 45, portrayed a theatre employee amongst his co-stars, who vented some of the frustrations young theatre makers share; such as a hiring crisis and lack of investment.
Some online viewers flocked to social media to share their thoughts about the evening.
One wrote: “Who the f**k let James corden in there? #VogueWorld.”
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“OMG, not James Corden,” added another.
A third reportedly typed: “James Corden f******g ruined it. the vibes EVERYTHING at Vogue World why did they invite him?!!??”
A fourth was seemingly in favour of James’ jokes, commenting with a crying with laughter emoji.
The Gavin and Stacey star was amongst a whole host of star-studded guests at what was dubbed the UK’s Met Gala.
Attendees included; Kate Winslet, Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice of York, AJ Odudu, Naomi Campbell and Rita Ora.
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The event was launched by Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, as a fundraiser for Britain’s performing arts scene.
James’ appearance comes just weeks after he moved back to the UK after eight years spent cracking America with his The Late Late Show.
The actor cited his long-term wife Julia and their three children Max, 11, Carey, eight, and Charlotte, four, as the main reason for moving home.
As the final episode came to an end in April, he told the audience: “I never saw it [the UK] as my final destination and I never want this show to overstay its welcome.
“I love making it and I really think in a year from now it will be a good time to move on and see what’s out there.”
He also told The Sun that there were “a lot of unknowns” about his future back home.
“It just feels very strange – knowing everything is going to change, but trying to hang on to the fact that change is fundamentally a good thing.”
Reflecting on his time in America, James continued: “I don’t know what I’ve done to deserve so many wonderful memories.
“Even if tonight’s show is my last day in employment anywhere, ever again, I will have had an incredible run.”
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