CBS has tapped its late-night talent once again, choosing “The Late Late Show” host James Corden to emcee the Grammy Awards ceremony for the second year in a row.
“I certainly don’t feel like ‘I’ve got this’ in any way about any facet of my life, really,” Corden said on “CBS This Morning” earlier this week. “Look, I'm from High Wycombe, which is a town that none of you have heard of. That’s how small it is. And so to be hosting a show like the Grammys is so far beyond anything I ever thought I would ever do with my life.”
Corden said he was “going to try and not ruin” the show during his approximately 20 minutes of stage time but promised to arrive “with some little bits of fun.”