One of our favorite late-night hosts made a shocking reveal on a recent episode of The Late Late Show! The hilarious James Corden got into a soapy discussion with his staff revealing how often he actually washes his hair, and the outcome was astonishing!
During an episode of The Late Late Show last week, the British television host discussed how Los Angeles is in an ongoing drought and that residents are being told to cut down their shower time in order to preserve water. Makes sense, right? However, Corden was dumbfounded when he found out that the average shower time is closer to 10 minutes when authorities suggested cutting down showers by four minutes.
With this shocking news, the hilariously witty host responded to the suggestion by revealing, "I'm in and out [of the shower] in a solid three or four," he said. After sharing how quick his showers are, the talk show host and his staff began a back and forth conversation over how long people actually are in the shower for but decided it depends on whether or not they're washing their hair. Assuming it takes longer to wash your hair, the shower times will go up, right? Cordon then disclosed the secret to his three or four-minute shower, saying, "I use soap, but I don't wash my hair. I wash it every two months. That is a true story." Following his staffer's reactions as they jokingly called him "dirty" or "nasty," Corden hysterically snapped back, saying, "I do not think we are nasty!" LOL.
For those who forgot, Corden recently announced his unexpected departure from the beloved CBS series, leaving fans worldwide saddened by his impending exit. "It's been it's a really hard decision to leave because I'm so immensely proud of the show," he told Deadline. "I'm thrilled to be extending [for a year]. I always thought I'd do it for five years and then leave, and then I stayed on. I've really been thinking about it for a long time, thinking whether there might be one more adventure." The Late Late Show has been running since 2015 and will be coming to a close sometime in 2023 - and we must say we're definitely going to miss it! Until then, stay tuned.