James Corden ‘apologized profusely’ after restaurateur bans and calls him out online for ‘grossly offensive’ joke about him and gay sex Read more
The British comedian apologised on Facebook following his remarks made to the press in a Channel 4 documentary.
“I have not acted on anything and I’ve not thought about it, but it’s something that has just entered my head. I feel terrible, and I’ll think more about it and get back to you if you want me to,” he wrote. “I should not have said any of this, and I’m sorry.”
The comedian, who won an Oscar for his role in the film The London Has Fallen, has repeatedly been criticised for his behaviour. In May he was forced to apologise after making jokes about the murder of Democratic party senator Steve Dillingham. He also faced criticism after a joke about trans women had been widely reported.
He has also been criticised for making jokes at the expense of celebrities, including Jennifer Lopez.