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Why Graham Norton Doesn’t Want James Corden’s ‘Late Late Show’ Gig (Exclusive)

Graham Norton Isn’t Seeing His Time Once In James Corden’s Place late late show comes to an end. ET’s Cassie DiLaura spoke with Norton on the blue carpet in London to celebrate Paramount+’s arrival in the UK and Ireland, where she shared her own show, pop culture and the possibility of crossing the pond for her fellow Brit spoke about.

Norton, who hosts his own weekly show, Graham Norton ShowWas also playing host to Monday’s event, where there was a throng of celebs to appear in his long-running series.

“Well, I always say, ‘Cause that was really chasing — I’m following her on the red carpet, Kate Mulgrew,'” Norton said. star trek Star. “I’ve never met Kate Mulgrew, and I love her so much. So, she will — I’ll bore her later.”

One of their other events is hosting an international drag-competition series, queen of the universeThe 59-year-old TV personality said it’s so funny, it doesn’t look like he’s doing the job.

“When you know it’s not a job, I’ll be there anyway, and I thought, ‘Do I want to host this, or do I want to see this on TV?’ But I said, ‘If I’m watching this on TV and someone else is hosting it, I’ll get very angry,'” Norton said of landing the dream gig.

He continued, “So, if people don’t know queen of the universe – This is the international drag queen who sings live to win a million dollars. I mean, what’s not to like?”

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While Norton has a few hats to juggle, he doesn’t want to add another one to the mix. When asked if he would consider replacing James Corden after his departure? late late show The next year, Norton said that the show would be a task he would have difficulty doing.

“I mean, I love going to America, but working there, especially a job like that, is that job. I don’t have a job. I have a lovely time, I do shows once a week,” he explained. “While it’s akin to attending the priesthood, which puts on shows five nights a week, it’s proper corruption, and I don’t know how he’s done it until he’s done well with him.” “

Corden announced his decision to leave as host of the long-running late night show in April. Corden told ET in May that although it was a difficult decision for him, it was very important for him to know when to top.

Corden explained the thought process behind their announced future exit, saying, “I felt like maybe we’ve done enough? Maybe we can do everything we wanted to do.” “When I took the job — at first, I didn’t think we’d be on the air after six months. Then as soon as it felt like we’d be there for a while, I was very, very determined that this show would somehow That’s not welcome and we’ll always know when to go. That we’ll always know when to go to the top, because I think that’s really important.”

Despite it being a difficult move, Corden said he is “really excited” about the future, and he also feels lucky to get the chance to exit on his own terms.

Corden shared, “Anyone has to decide? Certainly not in this industry. Whoever makes their own decisions? Never.” “And you’ll never know [what is waiting for you] Unless you just take a run and jump.”

He continued, “When I took the job, I remember saying to my friends, ‘I will regret doing something rather than doing nothing.’ Now I feel the same way.”

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