When Late Late Show host James Corden heard that he would get to play a part in Andrew Lloyd Weber’s highly esteemed play The Phantom of The Opera, he assumed it was to play the titular Phantom, which, of course, is crazy, and he was actually just Fop #2. But as they say, “There are no small parts, just parts that aren’t as big as the Phantom,” and as they also say, “Dress for the part in Phantom of the Opera that you would prefer to play, which is, of course, the Phantom” and James Corden definitely listened to both of those adages that are real because everyone says them.

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