Mo: Winona Ryder, Hailee Steinfeld, Tracee Ellis Ross, Saoirse Ronan, Chris Hemsworth, Pharrell Williams, Robert Pattinson, James Corden, Jared Leto, Tilda Swinton, Shirley Maclaine, Faye Wattleton, Amandla Stenberg, Lauren Bush Lauren, Adwoa Aboah, Lauren Hutton, Thomas Middleditch, Corey Hawkins, Ray Romano, Marc Jacobs, Jack Mccollough And Lazaro Hernandez, Lucas Hedges & Andrea Riseborough
Madonna’s Carpool Karaoke with James Corden is a blast. She and James clearly had fun, which is fun to watch. It’s why we keep watching. This is a Madonna specialty, one of many.
Decked out in Moschino, Madonna sings and car dances to some of her classic hits and fan favorites. “Vogue,” “Express Yourself,” “Papa Don’t Preach,” “Bitch I’m Madonna,” “Ray of Light,” and “Music” play as the two navigate New York traffic.
Is there Voguing? Of course. Twerking? Yes. Taunting James about his red flannel shirt? Yep. A revelation about kissing Michael Jackson? Yes.
Somebody had a to find a way to explain Hillary Clinton’s battle with the evil Donald Trump to the children (Think of the children!). Who better than Benedict Cumberbatch? We can forgive the overly broad generalities regarding blue and red states. Cumberbatch’s effort is admirable.
So settle in, kiddies, for a harrowing tale where the happy ending can only come once all Americans have done their part. Get Out and Vote.
Nearing bedtime, James Corden calls in his dad, Benedict Cumberbatch, for a story and settles on the tale of the 2016 election, pitting Hillary Clinton against Donald Trump.
Mo: Joan Smalls, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Leslie Odom Jr, Helene York, Michael Zegen, Russell Tovey, Reed Birney, Cynthia Erivo, Adrienne Warren, Thomas Kail, Michael Arden, Savion Glover, Sara Bareilles, Stephen Karam, Danai Gurira, Ivo Van Hove, James Corden, Tavi Gevison, Sophie Okonedo, Ben Whishaw, Saoirse Ronan, Akosua Busia, Zainab Jah, Pascale Armand, Lupita Nyong’O, Saycon Sengbloh, Jonathan Groff & Tim Pigott-Smith