Another person quipped, “I was taking my son to the ER when James Corden stopped traffic. RIP my boy.”
“I honestly don’t know how I’d handle James Corden dancing in front of my car,” someone else commented, with another user hilariously joking, “we need to stop messing around and have another lockdown. the risk is simply too high of getting caught in a james corden flash mob.”
Even though many shared cheeky tweets and poked fun at James, British actor, Adil Ray, came to the star’s defense.
“Why this Twitter hate for James Corden?” Adil wrote. “Get off your bloody phones, off social and get yourself on the boards and win a Tony, co-write one of those most watched shows in recent years and pop off to America and make a huge success of one of the toughest gigs on US TV, then talk.”