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Classics with a Twist: a Q&A with Cat Cora

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We spoke with Iron Chef ‘s leading lady about her new cookbook, Cat Cora's Classics with a Twist, which is collection of culinary standards infused with healthy tweaks and flavorful additions.

What are some go-to ingredients that you use to keep a dish healthy?

The big four ingredients that I go to are vinegars, spices, herbs, and citrus. Using techniques such as toasting garlic and caramelizing onions can really jazz up the flavor of a dish without adding anything.

What are your tips for making a dish both kid and adult friendly?

Using certain techniques, such as putting fruit on skewers, can be a great way to get the kids involved in the kitchen and also present food in a fun way. I tend not to use a lot of black pepper or a ton of green herbs when I’m making a meal for my kids because it turns them off. I also steer clear of most chile peppers for them.

In the spirit of doctoring up classic recipes, which recipes in the book are geared towards the novice home cook?

They pretty much all are, that is the beauty of this cookbook. Recipes like the Soft Tacos with Grilled Chili-Lime Flank Steak and Pineapple Salsa are fun, easy starter recipes for beginners. They can also be adjusted, like if someone is not comfortable with the grill, then they can always pan-sear the steak or put it in the oven.

Do any of the recipes in your new book have a funny story behind them?

Most of them do. Throughout the book there are stories of how I came to certain recipes. One of my favorite recipes in the book is Cat and Mo’s Enchilada Pie. This was one of my mom’s go-to recipes that she would make for us growing up. Every recipe has a story.

What are some must-have kitchen items that every home cook should have?

Everybody should have a blender, a good knife, and a food processor.

Of those items and appliances, which ones should you splurge on and which should you save on?

Splurge on a good blender, knife, and food processor. Save on things like wooden utensils. These days there are such a wide variety of manufacturers out there that it is fairly easy to bargain shop.


The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson

The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson is an American late-night talk show hosted by Scottish-born American actor and comedian Craig Ferguson. It was the third iteration of the Late Late Show franchise, airing from 2005 to 2014. It followed the Late Show with David Letterman in the CBS late-night lineup, airing weekdays in the U.S. at 12:37 a.m. Taped in front of a live studio audience from Monday to Thursday (with two episodes taped on Thursdays) at CBS Television City in Los Angeles, California, directly above the Bob Barker Studio (Studio 33), it was produced by David Letterman's production company Worldwide Pants Incorporated and CBS Television Studios.

  • Jonathan Morano
  • Ted Mulkerin
  • Philip McGrade
  • Joe O'Brien
  • Bob Oschack
  • John Reynolds
  • Ben Stout
  • Tom Straw
  • Joe Strazzulo

The Late Late Show franchise had previously aired as The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder, then as The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn. During the late 2004 transition of guest hosts following Craig Kilborn's departure, Craig Ferguson hosted a series of shows in October and November, culminating in being announced on December 7 as the pick for new host. After launching The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson on January 3, 2005, Ferguson achieved the highest ratings since the show's inception in 1995. While quirky comedy was emphasized in the majority of the episodes, Ferguson also addressed difficult subject matters, such as the deaths of his parents, his struggles with alcoholism, and commenting on national tragedies. Ferguson undertook serious interviews, such as one with Archbishop Desmond Tutu, which earned the show a 2009 Peabody Award. [1] Despite not initially having a sidekick, comedian and voice actor Josh Robert Thompson joined the show on April 5, 2010 and voiced sidekick Geoff Peterson, an animatronic human skeleton. Often Geoff is referred to as a "robot skeleton" or "gay robot skeleton", he is a radio-controlled animatronic robotic puppet skeleton with a metallic Mohawk hairstyle, he was designed and built by Grant Imahara of the "MythBusters". Geoff stayed as Craig's sidekick until the show's finale, after which Craig took Geoff home.

On April 28, 2014, Ferguson announced that he was ending the show at the end of the year. The last episode aired on December 19, 2014. [2] Afterwards, Late Late Show began a series of episodes with guest hosts [3] new permanent host James Corden began his iteration of the franchise on March 23, 2015.


The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson

The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson is an American late-night talk show hosted by Scottish-born American actor and comedian Craig Ferguson. It was the third iteration of the Late Late Show franchise, airing from 2005 to 2014. It followed the Late Show with David Letterman in the CBS late-night lineup, airing weekdays in the U.S. at 12:37 a.m. Taped in front of a live studio audience from Monday to Thursday (with two episodes taped on Thursdays) at CBS Television City in Los Angeles, California, directly above the Bob Barker Studio (Studio 33), it was produced by David Letterman's production company Worldwide Pants Incorporated and CBS Television Studios.

  • Jonathan Morano
  • Ted Mulkerin
  • Philip McGrade
  • Joe O'Brien
  • Bob Oschack
  • John Reynolds
  • Ben Stout
  • Tom Straw
  • Joe Strazzulo

The Late Late Show franchise had previously aired as The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder, then as The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn. During the late 2004 transition of guest hosts following Craig Kilborn's departure, Craig Ferguson hosted a series of shows in October and November, culminating in being announced on December 7 as the pick for new host. After launching The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson on January 3, 2005, Ferguson achieved the highest ratings since the show's inception in 1995. While quirky comedy was emphasized in the majority of the episodes, Ferguson also addressed difficult subject matters, such as the deaths of his parents, his struggles with alcoholism, and commenting on national tragedies. Ferguson undertook serious interviews, such as one with Archbishop Desmond Tutu, which earned the show a 2009 Peabody Award. [1] Despite not initially having a sidekick, comedian and voice actor Josh Robert Thompson joined the show on April 5, 2010 and voiced sidekick Geoff Peterson, an animatronic human skeleton. Often Geoff is referred to as a "robot skeleton" or "gay robot skeleton", he is a radio-controlled animatronic robotic puppet skeleton with a metallic Mohawk hairstyle, he was designed and built by Grant Imahara of the "MythBusters". Geoff stayed as Craig's sidekick until the show's finale, after which Craig took Geoff home.

On April 28, 2014, Ferguson announced that he was ending the show at the end of the year. The last episode aired on December 19, 2014. [2] Afterwards, Late Late Show began a series of episodes with guest hosts [3] new permanent host James Corden began his iteration of the franchise on March 23, 2015.


The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson

The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson is an American late-night talk show hosted by Scottish-born American actor and comedian Craig Ferguson. It was the third iteration of the Late Late Show franchise, airing from 2005 to 2014. It followed the Late Show with David Letterman in the CBS late-night lineup, airing weekdays in the U.S. at 12:37 a.m. Taped in front of a live studio audience from Monday to Thursday (with two episodes taped on Thursdays) at CBS Television City in Los Angeles, California, directly above the Bob Barker Studio (Studio 33), it was produced by David Letterman's production company Worldwide Pants Incorporated and CBS Television Studios.

  • Jonathan Morano
  • Ted Mulkerin
  • Philip McGrade
  • Joe O'Brien
  • Bob Oschack
  • John Reynolds
  • Ben Stout
  • Tom Straw
  • Joe Strazzulo

The Late Late Show franchise had previously aired as The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder, then as The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn. During the late 2004 transition of guest hosts following Craig Kilborn's departure, Craig Ferguson hosted a series of shows in October and November, culminating in being announced on December 7 as the pick for new host. After launching The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson on January 3, 2005, Ferguson achieved the highest ratings since the show's inception in 1995. While quirky comedy was emphasized in the majority of the episodes, Ferguson also addressed difficult subject matters, such as the deaths of his parents, his struggles with alcoholism, and commenting on national tragedies. Ferguson undertook serious interviews, such as one with Archbishop Desmond Tutu, which earned the show a 2009 Peabody Award. [1] Despite not initially having a sidekick, comedian and voice actor Josh Robert Thompson joined the show on April 5, 2010 and voiced sidekick Geoff Peterson, an animatronic human skeleton. Often Geoff is referred to as a "robot skeleton" or "gay robot skeleton", he is a radio-controlled animatronic robotic puppet skeleton with a metallic Mohawk hairstyle, he was designed and built by Grant Imahara of the "MythBusters". Geoff stayed as Craig's sidekick until the show's finale, after which Craig took Geoff home.

On April 28, 2014, Ferguson announced that he was ending the show at the end of the year. The last episode aired on December 19, 2014. [2] Afterwards, Late Late Show began a series of episodes with guest hosts [3] new permanent host James Corden began his iteration of the franchise on March 23, 2015.


The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson

The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson is an American late-night talk show hosted by Scottish-born American actor and comedian Craig Ferguson. It was the third iteration of the Late Late Show franchise, airing from 2005 to 2014. It followed the Late Show with David Letterman in the CBS late-night lineup, airing weekdays in the U.S. at 12:37 a.m. Taped in front of a live studio audience from Monday to Thursday (with two episodes taped on Thursdays) at CBS Television City in Los Angeles, California, directly above the Bob Barker Studio (Studio 33), it was produced by David Letterman's production company Worldwide Pants Incorporated and CBS Television Studios.

  • Jonathan Morano
  • Ted Mulkerin
  • Philip McGrade
  • Joe O'Brien
  • Bob Oschack
  • John Reynolds
  • Ben Stout
  • Tom Straw
  • Joe Strazzulo

The Late Late Show franchise had previously aired as The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder, then as The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn. During the late 2004 transition of guest hosts following Craig Kilborn's departure, Craig Ferguson hosted a series of shows in October and November, culminating in being announced on December 7 as the pick for new host. After launching The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson on January 3, 2005, Ferguson achieved the highest ratings since the show's inception in 1995. While quirky comedy was emphasized in the majority of the episodes, Ferguson also addressed difficult subject matters, such as the deaths of his parents, his struggles with alcoholism, and commenting on national tragedies. Ferguson undertook serious interviews, such as one with Archbishop Desmond Tutu, which earned the show a 2009 Peabody Award. [1] Despite not initially having a sidekick, comedian and voice actor Josh Robert Thompson joined the show on April 5, 2010 and voiced sidekick Geoff Peterson, an animatronic human skeleton. Often Geoff is referred to as a "robot skeleton" or "gay robot skeleton", he is a radio-controlled animatronic robotic puppet skeleton with a metallic Mohawk hairstyle, he was designed and built by Grant Imahara of the "MythBusters". Geoff stayed as Craig's sidekick until the show's finale, after which Craig took Geoff home.

On April 28, 2014, Ferguson announced that he was ending the show at the end of the year. The last episode aired on December 19, 2014. [2] Afterwards, Late Late Show began a series of episodes with guest hosts [3] new permanent host James Corden began his iteration of the franchise on March 23, 2015.


The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson

The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson is an American late-night talk show hosted by Scottish-born American actor and comedian Craig Ferguson. It was the third iteration of the Late Late Show franchise, airing from 2005 to 2014. It followed the Late Show with David Letterman in the CBS late-night lineup, airing weekdays in the U.S. at 12:37 a.m. Taped in front of a live studio audience from Monday to Thursday (with two episodes taped on Thursdays) at CBS Television City in Los Angeles, California, directly above the Bob Barker Studio (Studio 33), it was produced by David Letterman's production company Worldwide Pants Incorporated and CBS Television Studios.

  • Jonathan Morano
  • Ted Mulkerin
  • Philip McGrade
  • Joe O'Brien
  • Bob Oschack
  • John Reynolds
  • Ben Stout
  • Tom Straw
  • Joe Strazzulo

The Late Late Show franchise had previously aired as The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder, then as The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn. During the late 2004 transition of guest hosts following Craig Kilborn's departure, Craig Ferguson hosted a series of shows in October and November, culminating in being announced on December 7 as the pick for new host. After launching The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson on January 3, 2005, Ferguson achieved the highest ratings since the show's inception in 1995. While quirky comedy was emphasized in the majority of the episodes, Ferguson also addressed difficult subject matters, such as the deaths of his parents, his struggles with alcoholism, and commenting on national tragedies. Ferguson undertook serious interviews, such as one with Archbishop Desmond Tutu, which earned the show a 2009 Peabody Award. [1] Despite not initially having a sidekick, comedian and voice actor Josh Robert Thompson joined the show on April 5, 2010 and voiced sidekick Geoff Peterson, an animatronic human skeleton. Often Geoff is referred to as a "robot skeleton" or "gay robot skeleton", he is a radio-controlled animatronic robotic puppet skeleton with a metallic Mohawk hairstyle, he was designed and built by Grant Imahara of the "MythBusters". Geoff stayed as Craig's sidekick until the show's finale, after which Craig took Geoff home.

On April 28, 2014, Ferguson announced that he was ending the show at the end of the year. The last episode aired on December 19, 2014. [2] Afterwards, Late Late Show began a series of episodes with guest hosts [3] new permanent host James Corden began his iteration of the franchise on March 23, 2015.


The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson

The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson is an American late-night talk show hosted by Scottish-born American actor and comedian Craig Ferguson. It was the third iteration of the Late Late Show franchise, airing from 2005 to 2014. It followed the Late Show with David Letterman in the CBS late-night lineup, airing weekdays in the U.S. at 12:37 a.m. Taped in front of a live studio audience from Monday to Thursday (with two episodes taped on Thursdays) at CBS Television City in Los Angeles, California, directly above the Bob Barker Studio (Studio 33), it was produced by David Letterman's production company Worldwide Pants Incorporated and CBS Television Studios.

  • Jonathan Morano
  • Ted Mulkerin
  • Philip McGrade
  • Joe O'Brien
  • Bob Oschack
  • John Reynolds
  • Ben Stout
  • Tom Straw
  • Joe Strazzulo

The Late Late Show franchise had previously aired as The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder, then as The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn. During the late 2004 transition of guest hosts following Craig Kilborn's departure, Craig Ferguson hosted a series of shows in October and November, culminating in being announced on December 7 as the pick for new host. After launching The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson on January 3, 2005, Ferguson achieved the highest ratings since the show's inception in 1995. While quirky comedy was emphasized in the majority of the episodes, Ferguson also addressed difficult subject matters, such as the deaths of his parents, his struggles with alcoholism, and commenting on national tragedies. Ferguson undertook serious interviews, such as one with Archbishop Desmond Tutu, which earned the show a 2009 Peabody Award. [1] Despite not initially having a sidekick, comedian and voice actor Josh Robert Thompson joined the show on April 5, 2010 and voiced sidekick Geoff Peterson, an animatronic human skeleton. Often Geoff is referred to as a "robot skeleton" or "gay robot skeleton", he is a radio-controlled animatronic robotic puppet skeleton with a metallic Mohawk hairstyle, he was designed and built by Grant Imahara of the "MythBusters". Geoff stayed as Craig's sidekick until the show's finale, after which Craig took Geoff home.

On April 28, 2014, Ferguson announced that he was ending the show at the end of the year. The last episode aired on December 19, 2014. [2] Afterwards, Late Late Show began a series of episodes with guest hosts [3] new permanent host James Corden began his iteration of the franchise on March 23, 2015.


The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson

The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson is an American late-night talk show hosted by Scottish-born American actor and comedian Craig Ferguson. It was the third iteration of the Late Late Show franchise, airing from 2005 to 2014. It followed the Late Show with David Letterman in the CBS late-night lineup, airing weekdays in the U.S. at 12:37 a.m. Taped in front of a live studio audience from Monday to Thursday (with two episodes taped on Thursdays) at CBS Television City in Los Angeles, California, directly above the Bob Barker Studio (Studio 33), it was produced by David Letterman's production company Worldwide Pants Incorporated and CBS Television Studios.

  • Jonathan Morano
  • Ted Mulkerin
  • Philip McGrade
  • Joe O'Brien
  • Bob Oschack
  • John Reynolds
  • Ben Stout
  • Tom Straw
  • Joe Strazzulo

The Late Late Show franchise had previously aired as The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder, then as The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn. During the late 2004 transition of guest hosts following Craig Kilborn's departure, Craig Ferguson hosted a series of shows in October and November, culminating in being announced on December 7 as the pick for new host. After launching The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson on January 3, 2005, Ferguson achieved the highest ratings since the show's inception in 1995. While quirky comedy was emphasized in the majority of the episodes, Ferguson also addressed difficult subject matters, such as the deaths of his parents, his struggles with alcoholism, and commenting on national tragedies. Ferguson undertook serious interviews, such as one with Archbishop Desmond Tutu, which earned the show a 2009 Peabody Award. [1] Despite not initially having a sidekick, comedian and voice actor Josh Robert Thompson joined the show on April 5, 2010 and voiced sidekick Geoff Peterson, an animatronic human skeleton. Often Geoff is referred to as a "robot skeleton" or "gay robot skeleton", he is a radio-controlled animatronic robotic puppet skeleton with a metallic Mohawk hairstyle, he was designed and built by Grant Imahara of the "MythBusters". Geoff stayed as Craig's sidekick until the show's finale, after which Craig took Geoff home.

On April 28, 2014, Ferguson announced that he was ending the show at the end of the year. The last episode aired on December 19, 2014. [2] Afterwards, Late Late Show began a series of episodes with guest hosts [3] new permanent host James Corden began his iteration of the franchise on March 23, 2015.


The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson

The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson is an American late-night talk show hosted by Scottish-born American actor and comedian Craig Ferguson. It was the third iteration of the Late Late Show franchise, airing from 2005 to 2014. It followed the Late Show with David Letterman in the CBS late-night lineup, airing weekdays in the U.S. at 12:37 a.m. Taped in front of a live studio audience from Monday to Thursday (with two episodes taped on Thursdays) at CBS Television City in Los Angeles, California, directly above the Bob Barker Studio (Studio 33), it was produced by David Letterman's production company Worldwide Pants Incorporated and CBS Television Studios.

  • Jonathan Morano
  • Ted Mulkerin
  • Philip McGrade
  • Joe O'Brien
  • Bob Oschack
  • John Reynolds
  • Ben Stout
  • Tom Straw
  • Joe Strazzulo

The Late Late Show franchise had previously aired as The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder, then as The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn. During the late 2004 transition of guest hosts following Craig Kilborn's departure, Craig Ferguson hosted a series of shows in October and November, culminating in being announced on December 7 as the pick for new host. After launching The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson on January 3, 2005, Ferguson achieved the highest ratings since the show's inception in 1995. While quirky comedy was emphasized in the majority of the episodes, Ferguson also addressed difficult subject matters, such as the deaths of his parents, his struggles with alcoholism, and commenting on national tragedies. Ferguson undertook serious interviews, such as one with Archbishop Desmond Tutu, which earned the show a 2009 Peabody Award. [1] Despite not initially having a sidekick, comedian and voice actor Josh Robert Thompson joined the show on April 5, 2010 and voiced sidekick Geoff Peterson, an animatronic human skeleton. Often Geoff is referred to as a "robot skeleton" or "gay robot skeleton", he is a radio-controlled animatronic robotic puppet skeleton with a metallic Mohawk hairstyle, he was designed and built by Grant Imahara of the "MythBusters". Geoff stayed as Craig's sidekick until the show's finale, after which Craig took Geoff home.

On April 28, 2014, Ferguson announced that he was ending the show at the end of the year. The last episode aired on December 19, 2014. [2] Afterwards, Late Late Show began a series of episodes with guest hosts [3] new permanent host James Corden began his iteration of the franchise on March 23, 2015.


The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson

The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson is an American late-night talk show hosted by Scottish-born American actor and comedian Craig Ferguson. It was the third iteration of the Late Late Show franchise, airing from 2005 to 2014. It followed the Late Show with David Letterman in the CBS late-night lineup, airing weekdays in the U.S. at 12:37 a.m. Taped in front of a live studio audience from Monday to Thursday (with two episodes taped on Thursdays) at CBS Television City in Los Angeles, California, directly above the Bob Barker Studio (Studio 33), it was produced by David Letterman's production company Worldwide Pants Incorporated and CBS Television Studios.

  • Jonathan Morano
  • Ted Mulkerin
  • Philip McGrade
  • Joe O'Brien
  • Bob Oschack
  • John Reynolds
  • Ben Stout
  • Tom Straw
  • Joe Strazzulo

The Late Late Show franchise had previously aired as The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder, then as The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn. During the late 2004 transition of guest hosts following Craig Kilborn's departure, Craig Ferguson hosted a series of shows in October and November, culminating in being announced on December 7 as the pick for new host. After launching The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson on January 3, 2005, Ferguson achieved the highest ratings since the show's inception in 1995. While quirky comedy was emphasized in the majority of the episodes, Ferguson also addressed difficult subject matters, such as the deaths of his parents, his struggles with alcoholism, and commenting on national tragedies. Ferguson undertook serious interviews, such as one with Archbishop Desmond Tutu, which earned the show a 2009 Peabody Award. [1] Despite not initially having a sidekick, comedian and voice actor Josh Robert Thompson joined the show on April 5, 2010 and voiced sidekick Geoff Peterson, an animatronic human skeleton. Often Geoff is referred to as a "robot skeleton" or "gay robot skeleton", he is a radio-controlled animatronic robotic puppet skeleton with a metallic Mohawk hairstyle, he was designed and built by Grant Imahara of the "MythBusters". Geoff stayed as Craig's sidekick until the show's finale, after which Craig took Geoff home.

On April 28, 2014, Ferguson announced that he was ending the show at the end of the year. The last episode aired on December 19, 2014. [2] Afterwards, Late Late Show began a series of episodes with guest hosts [3] new permanent host James Corden began his iteration of the franchise on March 23, 2015.


The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson

The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson is an American late-night talk show hosted by Scottish-born American actor and comedian Craig Ferguson. It was the third iteration of the Late Late Show franchise, airing from 2005 to 2014. It followed the Late Show with David Letterman in the CBS late-night lineup, airing weekdays in the U.S. at 12:37 a.m. Taped in front of a live studio audience from Monday to Thursday (with two episodes taped on Thursdays) at CBS Television City in Los Angeles, California, directly above the Bob Barker Studio (Studio 33), it was produced by David Letterman's production company Worldwide Pants Incorporated and CBS Television Studios.

  • Jonathan Morano
  • Ted Mulkerin
  • Philip McGrade
  • Joe O'Brien
  • Bob Oschack
  • John Reynolds
  • Ben Stout
  • Tom Straw
  • Joe Strazzulo

The Late Late Show franchise had previously aired as The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder, then as The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn. During the late 2004 transition of guest hosts following Craig Kilborn's departure, Craig Ferguson hosted a series of shows in October and November, culminating in being announced on December 7 as the pick for new host. After launching The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson on January 3, 2005, Ferguson achieved the highest ratings since the show's inception in 1995. While quirky comedy was emphasized in the majority of the episodes, Ferguson also addressed difficult subject matters, such as the deaths of his parents, his struggles with alcoholism, and commenting on national tragedies. Ferguson undertook serious interviews, such as one with Archbishop Desmond Tutu, which earned the show a 2009 Peabody Award. [1] Despite not initially having a sidekick, comedian and voice actor Josh Robert Thompson joined the show on April 5, 2010 and voiced sidekick Geoff Peterson, an animatronic human skeleton. Often Geoff is referred to as a "robot skeleton" or "gay robot skeleton", he is a radio-controlled animatronic robotic puppet skeleton with a metallic Mohawk hairstyle, he was designed and built by Grant Imahara of the "MythBusters". Geoff stayed as Craig's sidekick until the show's finale, after which Craig took Geoff home.

On April 28, 2014, Ferguson announced that he was ending the show at the end of the year. The last episode aired on December 19, 2014. [2] Afterwards, Late Late Show began a series of episodes with guest hosts [3] new permanent host James Corden began his iteration of the franchise on March 23, 2015.


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