The popular talk show host, known for his infectious personality and hilarious skits on “The Late Late Show with James Corden”, has recently expressed his desire to move back to his home country.
However, the Home Office has cited concerns over the potential impact of Corden’s return on the nation’s collective sense of humor.
“We understand that Mr. Corden is a beloved figure in the United States, but we simply cannot take the risk of him bringing his American-style humor back to our shores,” said a spokesperson for the Home Office.
“We have a proud tradition of dry, sarcastic wit in this country, and we fear that Mr. Corden’s brand of comedy could be a threat to that.”
The announcement has sparked outrage among Corden’s fans, who argue that his humor is precisely what the nation needs in these dark times.
“I can’t believe the Home Office is trying to keep James Corden from coming home,” said one fan. “His Carpool Karaoke segments alone have brought so much joy to people all over the world.”
Others have pointed out that Corden’s return could actually have a positive impact on the nation’s sense of humor.
“Who knows? Maybe he could teach us a thing or two about being a bit more lighthearted,” said another fan.
Despite the backlash, the Home Office remains firm in their decision.
“We understand that this may be disappointing for Mr. Corden and his fans, but we must prioritize the well-being of our nation’s humor,” said the spokesperson.
As for Corden, he has yet to comment on the situation, but sources close to him say that he is considering other options, such as moving to Canada or Australia.
Only time will tell where the beloved comedian will end up, but one thing is for sure: the nation’s sense of humour will never be the same.