James Corden Admits He's "Disappointed" by Photo of Himself Kissing Sean Spicer

Jerome Frank
September 21, 2017

Spicer, who quickly rose to stardom through his regularly aggressive bouts with White House journalists, and of course, forgetting our Prime Minister's name, appeared on Jimmy Kimmel's late-night talk show to discuss everything from his time with the guy who is still (can you believe it?) the leader of the free world. "I mean, who would do this?"

"I was surprised at how nice people were to me", he said.

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Attempting to provide an explanation, Corden blamed celebratory drinks at the Emmys afterparty.

In his defense, Corden joked, "To be fair, everyone was kissing ass last night at the Emmys". Even lovable late night host James Corden, who was photographed kissing Spicer on the cheek post-ceremony, got slammed for saddling up to the same man who admitted just last week that he would say whatever his boss, President Trump, wanted him to - whether he believed it. "Understandably, some people have been disappointed by this photo". I've been reading a lot of harsh comments on twitter today and I hear you loud and clear.

"I can promise you this, that kiss was a one-time thing". He joked that Robert DeNiro, who appeared as Bernard Madoff in the HBO movie "Wizard of Lies", had actually been the star of "The Sean Spicer Story".

"Basically, what I'm saying is, I need to learn how to shake hands", Corden said. That is, perhaps, with the exception of Melissa McCarthy, an actor who perhaps knows more intimately the vagaries of Spicer's tenure as press secretary, and looked embarrassed on behalf of Hollywood.

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