Jimmy Fallon, James Corden NOT In “Feud,” Despite Report

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By Michael Lewittes |

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Jimmy Fallon and James Corden are not in a “bitter feud,” despite a new report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this manufactured claim. We’re told it’s “nonsense.”

According to RadarOnline, “Behind all the fun and laughter” of Corden is a “focused man with a plan, and he has Jimmy Fallon in his sights.” The repeatedly disproven site quotes a so-called “source” as saying, “He sees Jimmy as a loose cannon and it’s just a matter of time before he screws up.” From there, the webloid segues into an already debunked claim that Fallon’s “out of control and something could happen while he’s out drinking.”

The outlet’s supposed “source” adds, “They couldn’t be more polar opposites. James lives a sober life off-camera and is careful about not partying with his staff,” while Fallon allegedly “has no such boundaries and loves to tie one on with his crew.” “That could leave the door open for the focused Corden to make the ultimate move,” claims the webloid ominously, without explain precisely what that “move” would be.

In fact, the often discredited site has its “insider” further vaguely offer, “James has every intention of knocking Fallon off his pedestal when the time is right and he’s playing a slow and studied game to make it happen.” “There’s a huge rivalry between James and Jimmy and only one of the two will win this war,” concludes the webloid’s ill-informed or even made-up “source.”

Interestingly, as Gossip Cop mentioned, RadarOnline has no specifics about what Corden’s “ultimate move” is or how the “Late Late Show” host will be “knocking Fallon off his pedestal” and what that would mean for the “Tonight Show” host. If the unreliable webloid is trying to insinuate that Corden will become the host of the “Tonight Show,” they’re dead wrong. And if the site thinks Corden’s ratings will eclipse Fallon’s, they’re also dead wrong. Of course, readers will never know what that outlet meant when it claimed one will “win the war” because seemingly even the site itself doesn’t know what the battle is about.

If nothing else, RadarOnline has been consistent with its reporting about Fallon, albeit consistently wrong. Almost one year ago to the date, the website made up an article that similarly claimed Chelsea Handler was looking to steal the “Tonight Show” from Fallon. That story was a complete lie, and so is the latest involving Corden. A source close to Fallon assures Gossip Cop the report is “nonsense,” as did a Corden insider. In fact, sources on both sides tells us they have a cordial relationship and wish the other only the best.

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