James Cordon was scheduled to take the Late Late Show back to his home turf in London, however he has revealed that the June 4 terror attacks have made him think twice about the content to be featured in future episodes.
Speaking with, Corden said that "after what happened here this weekend, we're gonna have to think about our show," and it's comedic tone.
The 38-year-old host admitted that any of his opening sketches, which have been pre-filmed, doesn’t make sense “tonally.”
The sad event that took place on the London Bridge resulted in 7 people being killed and 48 others injured by a group of terrorists.
"We don't know what we're going to do," Corden admitted. "Maybe it's a good time to being doing a show like this to show the world the unbelievable spirit and determination and strength of this great city. It's a beautiful place to be."
The celebrated city will be cast in the spotlight during Corden's upcoming special episodes, and the host has already paid tribute with an epic "Crosswalk Musical" performance of Mary Poppins, alongside Sir. Ben Kingsley.
Fans are expecting to see a new instalment in the beloved "Carpool Karaoke" series, whereby Corden is joined for a music-filled ride Shape Of You singer Ed Sheeran.
While the episodes are U.K. themed of the episodes, the much awaited carpool scenes were filmed in Los Angeles.
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