‘No more days of angry tweets’: James Corden celebrates ‘One Day More’ of Trump with Les Misérables spoof

Ellie Harrison
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James Corden (late late show twitter)
James Corden (late late show twitter)

James Corden celebrated the last day of Donald Trump’s presidency with a Les Misérables parody.

In the spoof, which aired during Tuesday’s episode of The Late Late Show (19 January), Corden and members of the cast performed a political version of the musical’s hit “One Day More”.

"One day more/ The final day of Trump as President/ The White House has a brand new resident/ It’s been four years of endless crimes/ But now he’s finally out of time,” they sang.

“No more days of angry tweets (‘Cuz this time he’s banned for good)/ Ship him off to Mar-a-Lago (Do they even want him there?)/ Biden better change the sheets (Maybe throw away the bed)/ Will you change the locks with me?”

Les Misérables stars Patti LuPone, Matt Lucas, Joshua Grosso, Jillian Butler, Emily Bautista, Kyle Scatliffe and Shuler Hensley were involved in the skit.

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