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James Corden has tested positive for COVID-19 and cancels upcoming The Late Late Show episodes

James Corden took to Instagram on Thursday to reveal that he has tested positive for a case of breakthrough COVID-19.'I just tested positive for COVID 19,' said The Late Late Show host, 43. 'I'm fully vaccinated, boosted, and because of this, am fortunate enough to say I feel completely fine.'Corden said his CBS program 'will be off the air for the next few days' as he quarantines.

The latest:James Corden, 43, took to Instagram on Thursday to reveal that he has tested positive for a case of breakthrough COVID-19. He was seen on the show last monthHe wrapped up the post in writing, 'Stay safe everyone.

All my love, James x.'The U.K.-born funnyman this week welcomed guests Aaron Sorkin and Sophia Bush on Monday, Lily Collins, William Jackson Harper and St. Vincent on Tuesday, and Jessica Chastain, Penelope Cruz and Andrew Sleighter on Wednesday.

The Late Late Show is taped in Los Angeles, where Los Angeles County officials on Thursday reported a record 37,215 new cases in the area.Corden's announcement comes after a number of his fellow late night hosts have also revealed they had tested positive for COVID-19, including The Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon and Late Night with Seth Meyers host Seth Meyers. The Late Late Show host updated fans on his health on the social media site The U.K.-born funnyman welcomed guests Penelope Cruz and Jessica Chastain on Wednesday Corden snapped a selfie with St.

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James Corden took to Instagram on Thursday to reveal that he has tested positive for a case of breakthrough COVID-19.'I just tested positive for COVID 19,' said The Late Late Show host, 43. 'I'm fully vaccinated, boosted, and because of this, am fortunate enough to say I feel completely fine.'Corden said his CBS program 'will be off the air for the next few days' as he quarantines.
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