Adapted from CBS and "WAP" Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion in their video, screenshot via YouTube

Television host James Corden often features his parents on his TV show, The Late Show with James Corden. This week, he told them to record their reaction while watching Cardi B's music video for her new single, WAP, featuring Megan Thee Stallion. Given no warning about this scandalous video, watch the hilarious reactions of his parents, Malcom and Margaret Corden, as they "see what all of the fuss is about."


“Oh, goodness me!”

Screenshot via YouTube

Right at the start of the video, the couple are sent into laughter after seeing a fountain decorated with sculptures of voluptuous women sitting on top.

Screenshot via YouTube

Immediately, Mr. Corden was able to identify both Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion as they prance around a hallway in low cut dresses. He comments:

"They're both, um, you know, well endowed up top,"

while Mrs. Corden's jaw is about to hit the floor. She then adds:

"I don't what the church are gonna think about this!"

"Who's she?"

Screenshot via youTube

When Kylie Jenner makes her cameo in the video, the couple can't seem to identify who she is. Mr. Corden says:

"Well, whoever she is, she must be important."

Mrs. Corden replies:

"Well she's not singing or anything."

In a similar leopard print outfit, Kylie opens a door to find Cardi B. The two viewers seem to be shocked at what they see, and Mr. Corden says:

"Are they allowed to show that in America? Cool, they forgot to finish making her shirt. It needs a lot more material!"

Watch the full reaction video:

BECOME
AN INSIDER!
By clicking "Subscribe", you agree to the Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.
Ride 4 Justice: Biking for a Cause

Bikers across New York City are coming together to ride for justice.

The "Ride 4 Justice" event empowering community members to ride in remembrance of lost loved ones affected by police brutality and Covid-19.

Life Camp has partnered with professional BMX athlete Nigel Sylvester for the event.

Sylvester saying:

"Our community is being forced to deal with so many unfortunate and highly stressful realities. This is a time for us to come together and create a generational shift that is critical to our long-term mental health and livelihood."

Earlier this year, Life Camp founder Erica Ford joined us to discuss the importance of healing. The activist shared how vital is to come together in times of trauma, saying:

"We can't see clearly to even do anything in anger, in pain, in frustration, in a broken heart, in so on and so forth. So allow yourself the space to heal, and take a second to just breathe."

The event will kick off September 26th at 1:30 pm. Bikers will start and end at the Life Camp INC. Headquarters in Jamaica, NY.

For more information on the event, visit peaceisalifestyle.com.

Dancing With The Stars is off to a great start in its 29th season, with host Tyra Banks leading the way for the new contestants. In today's segment of Inside Look, we got a chance to chat with DWTS veteran Alan Bersten, who won last season's competition with Hannah Brown.

KEEP READING Show less