Model/actress appeared in Corden's 'Late Late Show' segment
Cara Delevingne appeared on James Corden’s Late Late Show earlier this week, taking on the host and actor Dave Franco in a rap battle.
Guests Delevingne and Franco joined the host in his regular rap battle segment where Delevingne slated Corden for his YouTube series, Carpool Karaoke.
The ‘Drop the Mic’ portion of the show saw the model triumph despite jests from host Corden and fellow guest Franco over her eyebrows.
Currently promoting the release of film Suicide Squad, Delevingne quipped “You’ll kill yourself, you promise is that a fact? I’ve never heard a better reason for me to act. I can see it now, the headlines about me, Cara Delevingne the girl who saved late night TV”, defending her newly found acting career, as a response to Corden’s launch into the battle with “When I see you try to act it makes me want to kill myself.”
Delevingne criticised Corden’s Carpool Karaoke with her rap “Your carpool karaoke is purely luck. Stevie Wonder is blind and even he can see you suck. You get to work with Reggie Watts – that must be fun. Too bad Reggie has to work with someone who looks like a thumb”.
Franco later said of the model: “Before all your fans tweet that I’m a jerk, let me be nice and say let the real actors work. You’re famous right now, but the comedown will be hellish – you won’t be a household name, because no one can fucking spell it.”
Delevingne responded: “You’re both shorter than me and I think you’ll find, I’ve hooked up with hotter girls than both of you combined,” leaving both Corden and Franco seemingly lost for words and receiving an applause from the audience highlighting her success.
Corden’s popular YouTube series Carpool Karaoke sees the British host driving around with famous guests as passengers, with the likes of Adele, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Sia and Michelle Obama. The First Lady’s feature received a whopping 35 million views in one week, highlighting the success of the series.
A spin-off show of the series has been announced set to be premiered on streaming site Apple Music, however not starring the original host. The 16-part series will include Corden as executive producer with reports that the spin-off will retain features of the original format, but will also include stars driving to places with personal meaning. The host is expected to be announced at a later date, along with the expected premiere date.