James Corden's New Book Club Discusses How to be a Bad Bitch by Amber Rose

Posted on November 13, 2015

James Corden book club discusses Amber Rose book

James Corden has launched his own book club with his band leader Reggie Watts. The book club invites distinguished guests to have a rousing intellectual discussion about important books of the day. Oscar winning actor Christoph Waltz (Django Unchained, Spectre) and Johnny Galecki, star of the hit series The Big Bang Theory joined Reggie and James to discuss Amber Rose's book How to Be a Bad Bitch.

Yes, that's the title James chose for his first roundtable discussion. Each person gave extremely serious comments, as if they were talking to Charlie Rose. All the comments were excellent, but Christoph Waltz's analysis is what made it absolutely hilarious. James noted that the book which he calls a great piece of literature is near to Christoph's heart, while Christoph gravely nodded in agreement.

Christoph said, "It's actually my second time reading How to be a Bad Bitch. I do find something new each time, I can't wait to read it a third time." Johnny said that after reading it once he finally fees free to be "the bad bitch I've always been born to be." Christoph popped in with a perfectly timed "Bazinga!" during Johnny's comments. Johnny then noted, that "I was shocked when I learned that being a bad bitch has nothing to do with being an actual bitch."

Christoph expounded, "Anyone can be a basic bitch, but it takes drove to be a bad bitch... It's about being authentic. After reading this book, I do consider myself to be a bitch. One thing I didn't expect was how powerful being a bad bitch is in terms of friendship." He then quotes a very funny from the book, which he has bookmarked to keep it handy.

When asked for his final thoughts on the book, Galecki called it a "Game changer." Christoph called it "blessed." Reggie called it "didactic." During the whole sketch, no one broke even once. They all used their "book club" voices: hushed, eloquent and very, very serious. The next book that the club will discuss is Strong Looks Better Naked by Khloe Kardashian. We cannot wait for that one: we love this new segment. Take a look:

Photo: Late Late Show/CBS

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