Kevin Hart Bares All in ‘Spill Your Guts’ Segment

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| LAST UPDATE 08/26/2022

By Lily Tipton
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You may be familiar with the hysterical 'Spill Your Guts Or Fill Your Guts' segment on The Late Late Show with James Corden. For the duration of the challenge, the celebrities (and James) are at the mercy of the show's producers, presented with hard-hitting questions they do not want to answer. If they opt for silence, their punishment is a horrifying, nasty-smelling delicacy! The segment has produced some of the most entertaining moments in television history, as celebrities struggle with the difficult choice in front of them. With this in mind, there was no better way to mark the show's summer hiatus return than to invite Kevin Hart to the terrifying dinner table. Renamed 'Eat Your Hart Out Or Speak Your Hart Out,' it may be the funniest one yet.

In honor of the comedian's new plant-based fast food restaurant, Hart House, James's team switched up the regular circle-table menu, offering all plant-based food instead. Although it was all vegan, that didn't mean the options were any less disgusting than usual. "Wait till you smell the yeasty ham parfait which in the history of this game is the worst thing I've ever smelt," laughed James. By the look on Kevin's face, it was instantly clear he'd be answering whatever question was thrown at him. 

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First up was the flaming hot wet cheese - a block of cheese in a bowl with hot sauce and gherkins. "I don't wanna smell it; I just wanna answer it!" joked a terrified Hart. Once he heard the question, the options were no longer so black and white. "How much did you get paid for Jumanji: The Next Level?" Corden asked. Instantly, the pair and the audience burst into laughter. "That's an unbelievable question!" mused James. Surely, he wouldn't answer this one?!

Desperate to not eat the food, Hart attempted to answer the highly sensitive question. After a few false starts, he carefully introduced the figure. "Well, look. If I had to do a rough guess, see, I make back in players. I don't want upfront money for the movie; I took less in the hopes it would find amazing success," he said before caving. "Between 25 to 30," he mumbled under his breath. "... Million dollars!" Corden clarified before Hart credited the success to Sony Studios. Next up, Corden was asked to rank Hart's comedies! Watch the rest of the hilarious clip above. 

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