James Corden honors victims of attack Manchester in show
In a special added movie, James Corden, during his Late Late Show on Monday night with a tribute brought to Manchester, and his disgust about the alleged attack there pronounced.
“During the filming of the show, we heard the news from Manchester. We know not at this time exactly what happened, but that there are dead and wounded,” said an emotional Corden.
The Brit, who is himself from London, brought then a short homage to Manchester.
“Many of you have never been in Manchester before, but you have certainly heard of it. It is famous for so many great things. Football clubs such as Man City and Man United, great music – Oasis and Joy Division. It is a place filled with comedy, curries and character.”
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The presenter went through the history of Manchester, but said: “But if I get to Manchester think, the city that I know of, I think of the people there. And I say unto you, a greater group of people is hard to find. Strong, proud, caring people with the community as the core. And if that’s even possible, the band will of the people from Manchester tonight even stronger. My thoughts and prayers are with them tonight.”