James Cordon and Orlando Bloom begged Ivanka Trump to 'make a difference' after getting drunk at a wedding
James said that he got so drunk at the ceremony that he completely forgot about his interaction with Ivanka until he spotted her on the second day of the wedding
James Corden and Orlando Bloom drunkenly pleaded with Ivanka Trump to "make it better" when they met her at a wedding ceremony, the host revealed on Wednesday’s episode of 'The Late Late Show'.
During the latest edition of his popular game segment “Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts” on 'The Late Late Show', host James Corden told his guest for the night, Arnold Schwarzenegger, how he and the 'Pirates of Caribbean' actor had gotten tipsy at a wedding ceremony and begged President Donald Trump's daughter to "make a difference."
"I was a little drunk and I was with Orlando Bloom who I think was equally, if not slightly less, drunk," James quipped. "And we were stood at the bar and Ivanka was also at the bar... And I can’t 100% remember it... But I remember that we were quite drunk and we started going ‘Ivanka, you can do something... You can do something... You can make a difference... You can make it better'."
In response, Ivanka apparently said: "I’m trying... I’m trying."
James said that he got so drunk at the ceremony that he completely forgot about his interaction with Ivanka till he spotted her across a garden on the second day of the wedding “and it all came back.” “And she just said ‘I bet you’ve got a headache this morning,’” he added.
This was not the first time that James got drunk at a party and lost control over his actions. In 2017, a drunk James kissed former White House press secretary Sean Spicer at the Emmys after-party, apologizing profusely afterward.
Meanwhile, Arnold had his own share of revelations to make on James' show. During the same segment, he admitted that the swear word that was cryptically featured in a veto letter he wrote while governor of California was not a “wild coincidence,” as opposed to what he had claimed earlier.
In December 2017, the-then governor Arnold sent a letter to California Assemblyman Tom Ammiano, where the first seven letters in seven consecutive lines spelled out “FUCK YOU.” When he was asked by reporters later, how it came to be, the "Terminator" actor insisted, “That was a total coincidence. It was one of those wild coincidences.”