James Corden wins GQ Comedian of the Year 2010
James Corden has confirmed once again that mainstream press have no idea about comedy after scooping the GQ awards for best comedian of the year this week.
Corden, who only two months ago beat Morecambe and Wise to bag ‘best comedy duo ever’ alongside his colleague Mathew Horne, garnered the biggest cheer of the night and even a standing ovation from pop group JLS when he went to collect his gong at the Royal Opera House earlier this week.
The 32-year-old comedian admitted that he has won so many awards in the last few years that he leaves them at his parents house so that he
Corden said: “I can’t have them all around my house. I’m big-headed enough without seeing awards everywhere.”
Unfortunately for Corden though, it seems that his award has been shattered, literally, after he dropped it within hours of receiving it. Still, one less one to dust eh?
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