Give James Corden a Grammy for His Parody Song About Trump
Every major politician has felt the wrath of comedians over the years but President Trump just keeps giving them material.
Late Night Host James Corden is the latest to create a parody song to celebrate the continued lack of importance the President is putting on the Coronavirus.
To date, the COVID-19 pandemic has killed more than 210,000 Americans which is more people dead than the flu has killed over the last five flu seasons combined.
Trump returned to the White House this week as he continues to fight his infection of COVID-19 and said not to be afraid of the virus.
The combination of amazing vocals, creative content, and hilarious lyrics deserves at least consideration for "Best Classical Vocal Solo" or "Best Pop Song".
Here's a list of the Grammy categories, I'm sure we can find one category that fits.
As Corden redid Paul McCartney's "Maybe I'm Amazed", I can only assume once Sir Paul hears the remake, that he may be adding it to his next LP.
Here's a look at the original song from Paul McCartney.
You pick, who did it better, McCartney or Corden?
The Late Late Show with James Corden can be seen on CBS and locally in Sioux Falls on Keloland TV every single weeknight at 11:30 PM.
Corden has been on the air since 2015 on CBS and is known for his voice as well with the world-famous "Carpool Karaoke" bits he features on his show.
His contract was recently renewed with the network and it runs through 2023.