I am truly sorry for anyone offended, that was never my intention.'His apology comes after he was condemned on social media for jokes he made at the amf AR Gala, which he hosted, in Los Angeles on Friday night.
The segment on sees Corden invite famous musicians to sing along to their songs while he drives around and has featured everyone from Michelle Obama to Stevie Wonder and Red Hot Chili Peppers.“No, thank you very much,” Gallagher told GQ in an interview. With that fat bloke from and played the role of Neil “Smithy” Smith in the sitcom. “We couldn’t have both been boring f***s and neither could we have both been headcases like me. He did the graft while I went out and undid the graft.He was also seen pressing a wad of money into the hand of a watching photographer, unaware that a second snapper had captured the whole event.Witnesses said the woman appeared 'visibly distressed' during the conversation.Ask any of the women who watched him take a bath.'Harvey Weinstein wanted to come tonight, but sadly he’ll settle for whatever potted plant is closest.'Scroll down for video Corden wrote in an apology on Twitter: 'To be clear, sexual assault is no laughing matter.
I am truly sorry for anyone offended, that was never my intention'He was condemned perhaps most forcibly by Rose Mc Gowan, who deemed him a 'MOTHERF****** PIGLET' on Twitter. '1) James Corden is a close friend of [Harvey Weinstein's]...2) Hearing the audience’s vile roars & laughs show EXACTLY what kind of HOLLYWOOD you really are...
Women ranging from A-list actresses to relative unknowns have made allegations, for example, that Weinstein would ask them for massages.
One accuser, Zoë Brock, wrote on Medium: 'Harvey left the room, but not for long.
A,' Corden told the assembled crowd in his opening monologue.
'It's so beautiful, Harvey Weinstein has already asked tonight up to his hotel to give him a massage.'To the consequent mixture of applause and groans, he said: 'If you don't like that joke, you should probably leave now.'He continued: 'It has been weird this week though, watching Harvey Weinstein in hot water.
The actress, who made her breakthrough in 1996 in the Weinstein-produced slasher revival movie Scream, reportedly sued Weinstein after he assaulted her in 1997 at the Sundance Film Festival.