James Corden has no plans to ditch "Carpool Karaoke," but it looks like he has another hit segment for his show.
On Wednesday, he premiered "Toddlerography," a skit on his The Late Late Show that shows him and Jenna Dewan Tatum taking dance lessons from toddlers.
Corden, 37, is already thinking of whom he wants in the dance studio next.
"Channing Tatum would be good. George Clooney would be good," he told me at last night's US-Ireland Alliance's Oscar Wilde Awards. "Anyone would be good. I would love to do "Toddlerography" with George Clooney. I just think it would be so much fun."
Meanwhile, Corden will making his debut hosting the Tonys in June. "We have like 53 shows to make from now and then so I'm not entirely sure when I'm supposed to do it," he said about preparing for Broadway's biggest night of the year. "And people who are writing stuff are like, 'What are you going to do on your week off in June?' I'm like, 'I don't have one!'"
Corden won a Tony for his work in One Man, Two Guvnors in 2012.
"I haven't even walked past the Beacon Theatre since I won a Tony," he said. "So to go back now and be hosting it, if I could tell my 12-year-old self that this would be my life, his head would explode. So I feel very, very lucky to be part of it in any way and I love Broadway and I love all the people involved with it so I'm really looking forward to it.
We can't wait. It's going to be amazing.
"Well, it's not amazing yet, it might be a disaster," Corden said. "We'll soon find out."
Tony nominations will be announced on May 3 with the awards being handed out June 12 and telecast live on CBS.