James Corden's omelette-gate is no anomaly, old video surfaces of him slagging off the great Patrick Stewart

James Corden's omelette-gate is no anomaly, old video surfaces of him slagging off the great Patrick Stewart
James Corden (L) is no stranger to controversy as old video (R) shows (Bennett Raglin/Getty Images, Screenshot/ITN Productions)

MANHATTAN, NEW YORK: After being called out by the owner of the Manhattan restaurant, Balthazar, the comedian is now desperately trying to steady his rocking boat. According to the Daily Mail, this time the issue was about 'egg white' in his wife’s omelette. The staff claimed to have witnessed him "yelling like crazy," demanding free drinks, and making derogatory remarks about preparing the food himself.

Unfortunately for Corden, the controversy over his breakfast brattiness is far from over. After he received criticism for making fun of Will Smith and Chris Rock's slapping incident at the 2022 Oscars ceremony, an old video of Corden and Patrick Stewart's onstage altercation at the 2010 Glamour Awards resurfaced online. Incidents like these are barely an anomaly for Corden.

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At the Glamour Awards, The 'X-Men' actor outed Corden for allegedly having an uninterested attitude on stage. "When the presenters are up here and when the recipients are receiving their rewards don't stand at the back of the stage with your hands in your pockets looking around as though you wished you were anywhere but here," said Stewart bluntly. With his ego obviously wounded, Corden approached the 'Star Trek' icon for a boxing-style stare-down as he continued to criticise him. 

A few months after the incident, Corden made an appearance on 'The Rob Brydon Show' on BBC, when he was asked to predict the outcome of a battle between William Shatner and Patrick Stewart, the two Star Trek captains. The comedian called both of them ‘great actors’. He, nevertheless, did voice his disappointment about Sir Patrick berating him during the awards ceremony.

James Corden currently appears to have enough on his plate just trying to restore his reputation for the time being. But egg-white aside, his cheery schtick is wearing thin and his apologies ring hollow. People have taken Twitter by storm to voice their strong distaste about Corden’s behaviour. Circulating the Patrick Stewart clip lecturing Corden about his rude behabior, one user wrote: "Since James Corden is trending, time to bring this old clip again!"  Another commented on the clip, saying: "I had never seen this clip. It show Cordan [Corden] in a whole new light. I'm so sorry to say I'm very disappointed and don't think I can look at him the same way again." A third tweet remarked: "This is more awkward than will slapping Chris because this exchange went on for too long." Another commentator tweeted: "James Corden was very disrespectful, so much so, that Sir Patrick Stewart had to say something. Corden should have just apologized with a simple "Sorry, Sir" or just kept quiet and nodded." 

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