Watch James Corden & Joel McHale Fight Over Kaley Cuoco in 'Drake Lyrics Soap Opera'


Lots of Drake's songs are form of like mini-soap operas to start with, so it made excellent sense when James Corden enlisted Big Bang Theory star Kaley Cuoco and comic Joel McHale to affix him in a Drake lyrics-themed version of The Bold and the Lyrical on Wednesday evening's (Sept. 19) Late Late Show. Set in a hospital, in fact, the scene featured McHale and Corden battling for bedridden Cuoco's affection utilizing nothing however Drizzy lyrics. 

"Last identify ever, first identify biggest," a smitten Dr. Corden says as he spots Cuoco in her hospital robe. "Is she a affected person in my ready room?" Rousing from her sleep a startled Cuoco snaps, "You used to name me on my cellphone! Late evening once you want my love." The "Hotline Bling" affair goes forwards and backwards earlier than dipping into traces from "Make Me Proud" and "Started From the Bottom" and, with Corden dramatically intoning "it's loads of unhealthy issues," seemingly some grim information on the X-rays.

Not even a couple of traces from "The Motto" can flip issues round, that’s, till a leather-based jacket-wearing McHale busts by the door with that prophetic "Closer to My Dreams" line "hello haters, I'm again from hiatus." Things warmth up with some forwards and backwards from "God's Plan," "With You" and "Nice For What," ending with Corden difficult his rival to a combat within the weirdest means doable with a booty-shaking line from "One Dance." 

It all falls aside, although, when McHale rivals that dance line along with his personal, "I don't dance, I earn a living strikes," which Corden and Cuoco divulge to him is acutally a Cardi B lyric, not a Drake one. The complete scene devolves right into a slap combat, with each males asking the essential query: "Kiki, do you’re keen on me?"

Check out the complete scene under.