James Corden.

James Corden: 'anxiety and sadness' over coronavirus

James Corden says he's been struggling with "incredible spikes of anxiety and sadness" during the Covid-19 outbreak.

BBC, 31st March 2020

James Corden among Razzie winners

James Corden was named worst supporting actor for his role in Cats, making him the first British comedy star to receive a Golden Raspberry, the awards given out to the worst films of the year. The musical Cats 'won' six prizes including worst film.

BBC, 17th March 2020

James Corden nominated for Golden Raspberry Award

James Corden has been nominated for "Worst Supporting Actor" for his role in Cats in this year's Razzies, with said film having the most nominations, namely nine.

Rotten Tomatoes, 7th February 2020

Gavin & Stacey could be denied award over homophobia

It was by far the most-watched TV show of last year and won widespread critical acclaim. But Gavin & Stacey could be denied a major broadcasting award after judges were warned that it was homophobic and 'problematic'.

Chris Hastings, Mail on Sunday, 26th January 2020

Gavin & Stacey could return for a full series

After the Christmas special becomes the most popular Christmas Day TV programme of the decade, a co-star has revealed that James Corden is keen to make Series 4.

The Guardian, 30th December 2019

The Gavin and Stacey Christmas Special review

A rotund man who laughs at everything and just keeps giving gifts has saved Christmas. Yes, James Corden has united Britain in sitting on the sofa to watch the Gavin & Stacey Christmas Special. It was the biggest hit of the day and could go on to become the most watched show of the year.

Shouting At The Telly, 27th December 2019

Over 11 million watch Gavin & Stacey

The return of Gavin & Stacey was seen by over 11 million viewers, making it the most-watched Christmas Day show in over a decade.

British Comedy Guide, 26th December 2019

Gavin & Stacey Christmas Special, BBC One

A big cwtch from Barry.

Veronica Lee, The Arts Desk, 26th December 2019