James Corden has reportedly had talks to bring the ‘Late, Late Show’ to the UK, according to his bandleader Reggie Watts. The US talk show is currently broadcast on a one day delay on Sky One in the UK, but Watts says they're considering filming a few episodes in the host’s homeland.

James CordenJames Corden has held talks to bring the ‘Late Late Show’ to the UK

Speaking to the Press Association at the Emmys last night Watts said: "I think (James) is always going to have a strong association to the UK. I love the UK. We're thinking of maybe, possibly bringing the show there. Just for fun for a couple of shows.”

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"I keep mentioning it. Who knows if it will happen. I think that would be absolutely wonderful.” The bandleader added that he was "not totally surprised" at the success of the programme since Corden has taken over as host.

“James is such a good personable person and he has so much talent, that if it's framed right, of course it's going to be great,” Watts added. At the Emmys on Sunday Corden’s ‘Late Late Show’ lost out on the award for outstanding variety talk show to John Oliver's ‘Last Week Tonight’.

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During the opening segment of the awards Corden made a special appearance in a pre-tapped video, showing him giving host Jimmy Kimmel a lift to the ceremony, While in the car, the two presenters sang along to Wham's hit ‘Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go’, before it cut to a montage where they were seen dressed as George Michael and bandmate Andrew Ridgeley in their iconic ‘Choose Life’ t-shirts.