TV viewers have blasted the James Corden‘s appearance at Vogue World last night following his move back to the UK from America.
The Gavin and Stacey star took to the stage to perform a comedy sketch alongside other high profile stars including Sienna Miller, James McAvoy and Damien Lewis.
The actors pretended to be ushers, telling the audience that the event at Theatre Royal Drury Lane was over and that they needed to leave as they began clearing rubbish away.
However, the performance has come under fire from viewers watching from home, with some posting on X, formerly known as Twitter, to express their distaste in seeing Corden on screen.
People claimed it ruined their viewing of the event, which was dubbed Britain’s answer to the iconic Met Gala, and questioned why the organisers invited him.
TV viewers have blasted the James Corden ‘s (pictured right alongside actor James McAvoy) appearance at Vogue World last night following his move back to the UK from America
The Gavin and Stacey star (pictured earlier this month) took to the stage to perform a comedy sketch alongside other high profile stars including Sienna Miller , James McAvoy and Damien Lewis
One person wrote on X: ‘I had the biggest hopes for Vogue World and they all disappeared in just a few minutes. Like why did you got James Corden to do the housework.’
Another annoyed viewer said: ‘Who the f**k let James Corden in there?’, while a third added: ‘James Corden performing at Vogue World was definitely not on my bingo card.’
A fourth person added: ‘James Corden f******g ruined it. the vibes EVERYTHING at Vogue World why did they invite him?!!??’
Supermodels, acting legends, royalty and some of the biggest names in showbusiness gathered at the venue in Central London on Thursday.
Billed as a ‘multi-act celebration of the British performing arts’, the glittering one-off extravaganza, which kickstarts London Fashion Week, saw Rita Ora, Jodie Turner Smith and Winnie Harlow hit the red carpet – while Victoria Beckham slipped in through the back entrance.
The event was accessible only to the rich and famous with one ticket costing up to £2,521.70.
Outside, a queue more than 500ft long filled with clamouring guests snaked its way through London’s West End.
Echoing the splendours of Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory, on arrival guests were invited to wrap themselves in a Coach pashmina and enjoy a complimentary tequila from the bar.
Guests were given ‘treats’ of Estee Lauder lipsticks and invited to indulge in sherbet and liquorice.
Viewers watching the event from home posted on X, formerly known as Twitter, to express their distaste in seeing Corden on screen
Corden was not the only act of the night that drew the attention of TV viewers, as fans were also left baffled by the ‘bizarre’ show which kicked off with Kate Moss, 49, doing an interpretive dance before Cara Delevingne appeared in the crowds dressed as a punk.
Supermodel Kate was first shown getting glammed-up backstage before she walked through the wings of the theatre as the show paid tribute to the theatre performers it is fundraising for.
Opera singers then appeared in the crowds while Kate was shown via a screen on stage doing a bizarre interpretive dance underneath a black sheer piece of fabric.
She wafted her arms around in the air as the fabric billowed over her before she emerged from backstage and graced the stage before the second music number.
Model Cara, 31, then emerged in the crowds sporting a colourful punk mohawk, a red striped dress and an oversized leather jacket.
She was seen cheering as she milled amongst the celebrities’ tables while FKA Twigs performed, before she jumped up on stage to join the singer.
The pair then shared a kiss before FKA was pulled away by dancers as she continued her performance, before Stormzy took to the stage for the third musical number.
One wrote: ‘Not sure what Cara is doing but I love listening to FKA Twigs.’
Another said: ‘Fka Twigs and Cara Delevingne kissing at Vogue World. Well that wasn’t on my 2023 bingo card.’