This is one heartless love story.
James Corden enlisted Jessica Biel, Bryan Cranston and Giovanni Ribisi for the newest soap opera to debut on The Late Late Show Thursday night. The stars turned up the drama to portray scorned lovers caught in a love
triangle square on the day of a woman's wedding. However, as is customary with Corden's soap operas, the sketch was set solely to Kanye West rap lyrics for an added twist.
As the conflict unfolded between Biel's character and her beaus, West's rhymes were expertly woven in, using virtually every hit from "Runaway," "Stronger," and "Gold Digger" to "Through the Wire," "Fade" and "Famous."
During one snafu, Cranston accidentally dropped a line from Drake, instead. "I know when that hotline bling. That could only mean one thing."
"Seriously, Bryan? That's Drake. This is the second time," Biel flagged.
The sketch came to an emotional finale when Cranston's character urged his fellow men to ditch Biel's cheating bride at the altar.
"If you ain't no punk, holler, 'We want a prenup!'" he shouted.
We think you can figure out what they hollered.