Ashton Kutcher And James Corden's Rap Battle Was So Good, It Had To Be Judged By Diddy

"People see you at valet, they say, 'Dude, where's my car?' "

On Tuesday night, James Corden welcomed Ashton Kutcher to The Late Late Show for a new "Drop the Mic" rap battle. The pair didn't hold back in exchanging clever insults — all in good fun, of course. In fact, the battle was so close, a legend had to be brought in to judge it.


"I heard I was battling an A-list hunk / But when I saw Ashton Kutcher, I knew I was getting Punk'd," Corden said to start things off, going on to reference Kutcher's charity work. "Wanna save something from dying? Start with your career."

But Kutcher had a few rhymes of his own up his sleeve. "My career's been doing fine, ever since the '70s," he said. "Your job's an Uber driver for real celebrities." He then kept the car theme going by telling Corden, "People see me at valet, they say, 'Look, it's a star!' / People see you at valet, they say, 'Dude, where's my car?' "

Corden went on to call out Kutcher's history with trucker hats, while Kutcher noted that Corden is on his way to London for next week's shows, adding, "Take some advice, James. Don't ever come back."

Usually, Corden's bandleader Reggie Watts would ask the show's audience to decide who should win the battle. This time, however, he decided to bring in an expert — namely, Sean "Diddy" Combs. "First of all, I want to say that was very entertaining," Combs told them, before adding that it was "one of the closest battles in The Late Late Show history."

Find out who won in the video below:

Editor's Note: Ashton Kutcher is a co-founder of A Plus.

Cover image: Terence Patrick / CBS


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