World Cup matches are usually played for high stakes and fans added more pressure to the United States-England match on Friday, arguing that the loser must keep James Corden within their borders indefinitely.
England are in fine form and will only need a win in the remaining two rounds of Group B to progress to the round of 16 of the tournament, following their 6-2 defeat of Iran.
Meanwhile, the USA is still looking for its first win in Qatar after conceding a late penalty to Wales in a 1-1 draw on Monday.
“USA vs. England this Friday, whoever wins will get custody of James Corden,” one fan tweeted.
James Corden’s name has been popping up all over Twitter ahead of the United States and England World Cup match on Friday, as soccer fans claim the loser will have to keep the Brit within his borders.
Another fan suggested the winner “gets” UK-born rapper 21 Savage, who was arrested on immigration charges in 2019 after it was revealed he had been staying in the US illegally since his visa expired. as a nonimmigrant in 2006.
The rapper previously stated that he was from Atlanta, Georgia and is currently able to travel within the US but not abroad while his case is still pending.
“I have seen many tweets saying that the loser of England vs. The United States stays with James Corden. As an American and an England fan, I’ve never wanted a game to end in a draw as much as that,” another person said.
“I saw somewhere where loser USA England gets James Corden… USA can’t lose!” an American fan tweeted.
‘Motivation for USA. Greg to the team: Look, if they lose to England… James Corden will be in a lot more American shows/movies,’ said another Star and Stripes fan, referring to the USA head coach. , Gregg Berhalter.
‘He comes home, but James Corden can’t. England v USA just got a weird incentive,” he shared 101 Great Goals, referring to the famous song ‘Three Lions’ from Euro 1996.
“Loser England USA gets James Cordon and Pier Morgan,” one soccer fan tweeted, before another responded: “That’s a much bigger prize than lifting any World Cup.”
Rapper 21 Savage’s name has also been trending on social media, with football fans claiming the winner gets the UK-born artist, who faced accusations of staying in the US illegally once he his visa expired in 2006.
Fans of both teams have emphasized that Friday’s game has a lot riding on it as Corden’s home state has been thrown into the mix.
The ‘Late Late Show’ host was kicked out of one of New York City’s most popular restaurants, Balthazar, in October after he berated and yelled at servers for getting an omelet order wrong.
Along with his wife, Julia Carey, the couple complained to the server that there was “a little bit of egg white mixed in with the egg yolk” and they sent the dish back.
Restaurant owner Keith McNally added: “The kitchen redid the dish but unfortunately sent it back with home fries instead of salad.”
‘That’s when James Corden started yelling maniacally at the server: ‘You can’t do your job! You can’t do your job! Maybe I should go to the kitchen and cook the omelette myself!”
In response, McNally claimed that Corden was the “most abusive customer ever”, adding that the Brit had behaved in a similar manner at another restaurant he used to own: Cafe Luxembourg.
In October, Corden, who says he suffers from anger issues, was thrown out of the posh New York French restaurant Balthazar after being rude to the staff.
New York restaurateur Keith McNally (pictured) owns Balthazar and called Corden the “most abusive customer ever”
Corden recently announced that he will no longer host ‘The Late Late Show’ on CB in 2023.
The shocking allegations come months after Corden announced that he would no longer host the late-night talk show in 2023.
McNally, who has a history of kicking celebrities out of his upscale restaurants, later buried the hatchet with the 44-year-old comedian, saying “all was forgiven.” In return, Corden admitted on the show that he had misbehaved with restaurant staff and was “deeply” sorry.
“James Corden just called me and apologized profusely,” McNally shared on her Instagram. Having screwed myself over more than most people, I am a big believer in second chances.
The Tony Award winner, who earns $36 million a year, rose to fame in the US and became well known for his cheeky British humor on CBS. He once claimed in 2020 that he has anger issues.
Timothy Weah celebrates the USA’s only World Cup goal so far in a 1-1 draw with Wales
England will likely need just one more win to reach the last 16 after beating Iran 6-2