James Corden Gets Roasted For Blocking Traffic Dressed As Pelvic-Thrusting Mouse

James Corden Gets Roasted For Blocking Traffic Dressed As Pelvic-Thrusting Mouse Credit: Twitter

James Corden Gets Roasted For Blocking Traffic Dressed As Pelvic-Thrusting Mouse.

In a bid to promote the forthcoming live-action “Cinderella” movie, James Corden along with other stars put on an extremely strange performance in the middle of LA.

James Corden along with fellow stars Camila Cabello, Idina Menzel and Billy Porter dressed up for the strange event. They headed out onto the streets of LA with backing dancers. The crew managed to hold up Los Angeles traffic and shared a rendition of Jennifer Lopez’s “Let’s Get Loud” with startled motorists.

The bizarre scenes can be seen all over Twitter. The event which was only meant to be fun, was not taken this way by everybody and many people hit out at Corden in particular.

Corden though had been dressed in a mouse suit and was spotted thrusting his pelvis to the music. Even if the stunt was not greatly received, it does appear that that it has boosted knowledge of the forthcoming movie and it certainly got Corden’s face all over social media again.

In other strange news, strange sighting spotted going through a McDonald’s drive-thru in the USA.

In a strange sighting at a McDonald’s, Jessica Nelson from Mosinee in Wisconsin spotted a sight she never thought that she would see in the backseat of a Buick sedan. The car was several cars ahead of her in line at McDonald’s when she spotted a cow in the backseat, as the car headed through the drive-through.


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