The Late Late Show host had to address the call responsible for the madness, in which West, 39, discusses his song “Famous” with Swift, 26, on his show.
“Most of the world is getting their news from Kim Kardashian’s Snapchat,” Corden joked, before sharing a clip of the video that proves Swift was not blindsided by the lyrics about her in West’s song, as her reps previously claimed.
“Does Kim Kardashian ever record something where someone doesn’t get screwed?” the comedian muses.
Corden then explained that Swift is not the rapper’s only victim of an unapproved recording of a phone conversation, leading into a mock call between the host and West using footage from the now-infamous recording.
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“I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex,” West began after Corden picked up “Yeezus on line 1.”
Although the British comic advises that Swift might still be upset with him for his stunt at the VMAs in 2009, Corden asks West’s advice on if he should tell a joke about Donald Trump‘s running mate, Mike Pence.
The sketch then cut to a clip of West saying, “Relationships are more important than punchlines, you know?”
The conversation seems to be going well until Corden questions if West is recording the call, which is apparently a narrative he never asked to be a part of.
The Late Late Show with James Corden airs weeknights on CBS.