James Corden and Jeffrey Tambor Fight Over John Boyega in 'The Boy Is Mine' Parody


James Corden and Jeffrey Tambor Fight Over John Boyega in 'The Boy Is Mine' Parody


The 'Late Late Show' host and the 'Transparent' actor recreate a music video for Brandy and Monica's 1998 hit, changing the lyrics into 'the Boyega is mine.'
James Corden and Jeffrey Tambor have the same taste in men, or at least that's what was depicted in their parody of Brandy and Monica's "The Boy Is Mine" music video. The funnyman and the two-time Emmy-winning actor recreated the video of the 1998 hit with a slight twist. They were fighting for John Boyega's heart.

It began with a phone call as Corden warned Tambor that the "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" actor is his. Dressed in pajamas, they then sang the song in separate rooms, changing the lyrics into "the Boyega is mine."

Boyega joined them in some of the scenes, dancing to the song, getting tickled by the comedian and getting fed with pancake by Tambor. At the end of the video, Boyega visited Tambor in his apartment, but the veteran actor didn't look happy as he and Corden apparently found out that Boyega two-timed them.



The parody aired on "The Late Late Show with James Corden" on Wednesday night, August 9. Both Tambor and Boyega appeared as guests on the show the night before.




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