James Corden Is Stupidly Funny In Apple Music’s New Commercial

Our favourite chunky boy comedian; James Corden has been on a roll lately and now adding to his long list of totally awesome gigs, he stars in his own commercial for Apple Music. At Sunday night’s Emmy Awards, Corden appeared in Apple Music’s two-minute video as part of a new marketing campaign for the $10-a-month subscription service (That is probably the best thing to happening in the music stream world, right before Tidal).

In the ad James Corden appears alongside three Apple executives as well: Beats co-founder Jimmy Iovine, Apple’s senior vice president of internet software and services Eddy Cue, and Bozoma Saint John, head of marketing at Apple Music. He is seen channeling David Bowie and a few other iconic artists in a series of bad pitches to the Apple execs as part of an ad for Apple Music.

Corden’s appearance in the advertisement comes with his new partnership with Apple. Back in July, Apple Music bought Cordon’s “Carpool Karaoke” series, even though the segment will still appear on Corden’s “Late Late Show.” He also appeared in a “Carpool Karaoke” sketch with Apple CEO Tim Cook on his way to Apple’s September 7 event.

Check out the new Apple Music ad with James Corden below:

 

Emmanuel Sadi
I am a prolific writer, stylist and a fashion/media enthusiast who has published over 680 magazine articles on fashion, beauty, entertainment, lifestyle, celebrity interviews and cover stories for print and online platforms across Africa.

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Emmanuel Sadi

I am a prolific writer, stylist and a fashion/media enthusiast who has published over 680 magazine articles on fashion, beauty, entertainment, lifestyle, celebrity interviews and cover stories for print and online platforms across Africa.
Emmanuel Sadi
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Emmanuel Sadi

Emmanuel Sadi

I am a prolific writer, stylist and a fashion/media enthusiast who has published over 680 magazine articles on fashion, beauty, entertainment, lifestyle, celebrity interviews and cover stories for print and online platforms across Africa.

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