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but i grew up mostly all over l.a. and then -- >> and then lived in chicago for many years. >> then went to northwestern. >> stephen: how would you america. do you have a fav? you're in new york right now. >> i'm in new york. well, i moved here about 12 years ago and this is where i family. so i would say right now new york would be my fav. ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: nicely done. these people love you for saying that. just don't ever come in second place in iowa. >> i won't. >> stephen: we started off as an improv group together. >> we did. >> stephen: did you enjoy the the improvisation? >> you know, i'm going to be really honest. i was always-- this is true. i'm not lying. steve, i could never keep up with him. he-- your mind is just so ridiculously fast. and i was more. ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: very nice of you to say. >> it's the god's honest truth. and i actually was really
with you because i realized, "oh, that's why i can't do that." ( laughter ) so, i mean, i should go into acting and not that. >> stephen: do you know what i remember, do you know what i remember, one of the things i remember about you, other than you were a very gifted actor, is that between your freshman and your sophomore year, you grew a chest. ( laughter ) you-- do you remember this? you worked out like mad that summer. >> i do remember that. >> stephen: and you were just, like, an average freshman but sor more year it was like when about schwimmer get jacked? were you juicing. >> i wasn't. >> stephen: how did you get so jacked. >> i just worked out. >> stephen: it was boom. you were totally ripped over one summer. you know what i'm talking about. >> i appreciate that. >> stephen: all of us who got to see it appreciated it, too! yeah. >> i was eye didn't reach puberty until very late.
about-- yeah. until, like, summer of junior year of high school, and then senior year. so-- and then i suddenly was really tall, and all skin and bones. like, just tall and thin. so when i got to college i thought i should probably exercise. >> stephen: i just want you to know, to this day, if i ever get in an exercise regime, i think to myself, "i wonder if this will have any effect if i work hard?" and i think, "well, schwimmer did it in a summer. how hard could if it?" thank you for that example. thank you for that north star. >> i'm glad i could inspire you. >> stephen: great to see you. say hello to my frindz at the looking glass. >> stephen: "the people vs. o.j. premiered tonight on fx. catch up online and watch episode two next tuesday at 10 p.m. we'll be right back. and get one free.
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( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: welcome back, everybody. my next guest is a pastor and bestselling author who has been described as one of the most influential christian leaders in the world. please welcome joel osteen. ( applause ) >>
stephen: nice to have you here. >> thank you, my pleasure. thanks for having me. >> stephen: i have not often interviewed a preacher man and you are a preacher man. >> i am. >> stephen: okay. you're not just any old preacher man, though. you produce a television show seen in over 100 countries, over 10 million people, 45,000 people attend your services every week. you've written several bestselling books. even god rested on one day. when do you? when do you find time to do all this? >> you know, stephen, it's just all planned out.
around me, but i do the weekend services at lakewood and get to write books in between time and get to visit with people like you. blessed to be able to do it. >> stephen: you are also blessed by another bestseller. this one is called "the power of i am." two words that will change your life today. okay, now, when i am of "i am" i think of moses up on the mountain saying to god, "who shall i say sent me?" and god said, "i am, that i am." >> that's right. >> stephen: now, that seems like a mystery to me. what more do you have to add to the word of god? >> i think in that case god was saying i am everything, because >> stephen: right. on it. it is what follows the world "i am," i believe you're inviting into your life. i think a lot of people don't realize it, but playing in their mind, and even sometimes we say it you know, "i am slow. i am unlucky. i am, you know, not attractive." and i think we're inviting negative things in. i think we're supposed to say
i am strong, i am healthy. i am talented." i think you have to invite the right things into your life. of positive vision for yourself. >> yeah, yeah. >> i think it is. words. i think people don't realize how many times we speak negative things about ourselves. time. ( laughter ) >> i brought you this book just for you. >> stephen: thank you very much. i hope this is going to fix me up. do you have to read the book-- do you have to believe in jesus to are read the book? >> no, even when jesus was on earth he went to all kinds of people. so i try to get outside the church wall s. >> stephen: your church is nondenominational, correct. >> it is nondenomination. >> stephen: if i was somebody coming to your services or one of the 10 million people who watches you, you know, every week around the world, are you, yourself, in a way a
because, i mean, 10 million people. that's as big as some religions out there. there are lutherans. are there such things as o'steenians. >> i turn everything back to the lord. i have no desire to become a denomination or have followers of me, but ifers of christ. i think again, i've been a little unusual and got outside of the church world. i talk about life, forgiveness, having good attitudes, reaching your dreams, not just, you know-- a lot of times religion pushes people down. >> stephen: as a catholic-- let me ask you this-- have you tried the power of crippling guilt. ( laughter ) ( applause ) have you tried that? >> no. that's so funny. it's so funny. >> stephen: it works for me, man, it works for me. "i better do it. i better be better." >> really, stephen, it's funny because it is the reason a lot of people don't go to church. they teal me, "joel, i'm guilty enough.
our message say little bit different. it says god is for you. you can recover from a fall. you can live your dreams pup don't have to live under the guilt, the condemnation. >> stephen: how do you feel about the people who have of tv preachers, 85 me your cash, and you, too, will get cash is there any of that in your preaching? >> i don't believe in that. >> stephen: do you ask people to send you cash? >> no, never have. >> stephen: that's refreshing. >> thank you. >> stephen: let me ask you this, regardless-- rarlt of whether you ask, do they send you cash anyway? >> people send cash anyway. here's the thing-- here's the thing. ( laughter ) let me tell you this. let me tell you this. i should clarify that. they don't send me cash. i don't take a salary -- >> you don't take a salary? that's a nice suit, man. >> that's because i brought you this book, you know. >> stephen: is there-- is
core message to "i am" that is not one of, say, prosperity? is there one thing you want people to take from this book? >> well, one thing is to not be against yourself. you're made in the image of god. he made every person a masterpiece. it's easy to say i'm not as smart as him, not as funny as him, not as talented. quit being against yourself through the day and not arrogantly think i'm a masterpiece. i'm strong, i'm talent gld well, you do look strong and talented. i like your open message like this, like this very accepting, nondenominational. you seem like a texan pope francis. a pope francis, i'm guessing, maybe with abs. because you seem-- you seem very fit. is physical fitness very important to you because you really do look like an elite athlete. >> oh, thank you. i appreciate that. you know what, i grew up playing sport. i love to run. >> stephen: i do, too, but at
and i can't-- i can't do this >> i don't know. blessing. even just how white your teeth are is a big selling point for this book, i promise you. thank you for being here. stupidity. >> thank you. it's a blessing to be here. thank you so much. power of i am" is available now. we'll be right back. aflac. ohh ah ah aflac! aaaaf-lac! ta-daa! he's not a very good magician. he paid my claim in just one day. one day?! how does he do it? t in just one day,
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>> stephen: hey, everybody. hold on one second. that's it for the late show but before we go i want to check in with our old friend at the "the late late show," james corden. good morning, james. >> how are you, nice to see you. how are you doing. >> stephen: doing great, just goot off work. jon and i are going to hit the clubs the way we normally do displaim look at the way jon batiste stretches. if i tried to do that i would look like a man in the middle of a breakdown. but he does it-- no, no one else can wear that hat. you can't wear that hat. stephen, put that hat on, see what you look like. look at this, see? >> stephen: i can't. >> james: you're like keep away, kids. keep away. kids, don't go near the man, kids, come on. >> stephen: it says, wow! new york city, skyscrapers and everything!
i hope i don't get mugged! who do you have on the show tonight? >> james: tonight we have a fun show and i did carpool karaoke with chris martin. i for the super bowl half time show. it's very fun. >> stephen: that's amazing. chris martin, adele, one direction-- does every british celebrity legally required to do your show? ( laughter ). >> james: yeah, we just booked paddington bear for next week. it's going to be huge. >> stephen: have a great show, james. >> james: thank you so much. you look so well. >> stephen: thank you very much. >> james: i will see you soon. >> stephen: how about the hat? one more time. good-bye, james. >> james: don't do it! >> stephen: tune in tomorrow when my guests will be dr. phil; from hbo's "togetherness," mark and jay duplass; author michael eric dyson; and a musical performance by anderson pack.
(cheers and applause) (cheers and applause) >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, all the way from cairo, egypt, give it up for your host, the one, the only james corden! (cheers and applause) >> james: hello and welcome to "the late late show." here! thank you! thank you so much! ladies and gentlemen, if you're watching this right now, we are entering hour 26 of ted cruz's victory speech from the iowa caucus last night. did you sit through it? wow! (laughter) ted cruz won first place and gave a 32-minute speech. were just people shouting
him?! this guy? we're going with this guy? we're kidding! i did it as a joke!" (laughter) ted cruz's victory last night one: "can he keep this momentum going into new hampshire?" and two: "just how much does it cost to move to canada?" (laughter) it's pretty crazy, after months of hype and bluster and calling everyone losers, donald trump came in second place. to make matters worse, people -- oh, you maverick. look at this guy. this guy went straight big. just got a round of applause. i knew that because anyone wearing a pink gingham shirt -- (laughter) that level of chino knows where it's at. if i do it again, you want to try a bit harder?
>> james: donald trump came in second place. >> woo-hoo! (laughter) >> james: now, to make matters worse, people have unearthed this tweet from 2013 where donald trump tweeted: "nobody remembers who came in second." famously said by walter hagen. and if anyone can tell you who won't be remembered, it's walter hagen. seriously, who is walter hagan? i don't know. but donald trump really has egg on his face now which pairs nicely with the hash browns on the top of his head. (applause) not a big deal. it's a trump hair joke. we've never done done one before, the first one. don't give us a hard time about it. but the real star wasn't ted cruz, donald trump or hillary clinton. it was a college kid with stickers on his face. take a look.
have. and i am thrilled. (laughter) >> james: oh to be young again. you remember the care free days of stickerons your face, take molly and hitting the caucus? millennials, they say, are a generation in crisis. and you see this and say, yeah, they probably are. but some people thought him dancing during her celebration was offensive and some say it made him look like a jerk. but we noticed if you put tech no music underneath that, everyone else looks like a jerk. (laughter) we stant with -- stand with you,
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how are you, liz? mr. josh radnor! >> see you soon. >> james: >>james: in the blue room, you know her from the "taken" films and the hit show "lost," the gorgeous and talented maggie grace! (cheers and applause) and mage, how are ya? are you good? >> pretty good! >> james: how nice to see you! thanks! >> james: killer outfit tonight. >> oh, thanks. i have to stand like this. >> james: i was almost going to wear that tonight so one of us would have looked stupid. so thanks for being here, "maggie grace, everybody! (cheers and applause) and in the red room tonight, here to make his late night television debut, the fantastic pop singer/songwriter we absolutely love him and are so proud he's here, nathan sykes! (cheers and applause) >> james: how are you h? good. how are you. >> james: good. how's it cracking?
friends if here. >> james: nathan's been on vocal rest for two days. the first time he's spoken in 48 hours. anything you want to get off your chest? >> um... >> james: nathan sykes, everybody! don't go anywhere, because when we come back, it's carpool karaoke with chris martin. (cheers and applause) lips appear to age faster than other skin. no worries. now, there's new chapstick total hydration. its 100% natural, age defying formula is clinically proven to provide healthier, more youthful looking lips. chapstick put your lips first
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,, ,, (cheers and applause) >> james: reggie rocks! what a great band! we're so lucky every night! what a band! (cheers and applause) when i am late to work, i usually manage to get someone, to help me out. this week, though, it was my turn to help someone else get to work. this is carpool karaoke! (cheers and applause) you want to light up the dark such a heavenly view
(laughter) what are you doing? >> trying to get to the super bowl. >> james: what do you mean? you're playing in the super bowl. >> i know and i'm supposed to be there. i don't know where you're going. anyway i could get a little ride from you? >> james: to san francisco? please, man. i'm desperate. let me just get in and we'll figure it out. okay. that's so kind. >> james: it feels like -- it's not a very far tour. >> james: are you sure? yeah, it's going to be great. how are you doing? >> james: great, i was looking forward to a day off. >> the car -- >> james: the car, yeah. i could have one of these. >> james: yeah, this is fine. this is cool. >> it's great. nice to hang out. >> james: exactly. shall we listen to some music and see what's on the radio?
(singing with the radio) we are diamond and i feel my heart beating i feel my heart beneath my skin i feel my heart beating you make me feel... like i'm in love again woo-hoo woo-hoo woo-hoo woo-hoo woo-hoo woo-hoo woo-hoo woo-hoo woo-hoo woo-hoo woo-hoo woo-hoo (cheers and applause) >> the super bowl, we where from we're from call it american football. >> we do.
do you know the rules of the american football? >> yes. you have nine teams and two balls -- (laughter) no, so the pitcher gets -- he has to get from -- >> james: already a bad start. he has to tee off, and then it lands wherever it might land and then it's 15-love. >> james: and if it gets in the basket. >> if it gets in the basket, it's nine points for the other team. >> james: yeah. and at the end they hand out bowls and some of them are really super. >> james: yeah. hopefully, they'll give us one after this thing. i think they just give out super bowl's willy-nilly, right? look how the stars look how they shine for you and everything that you do
i true align for you oh, what a thing to do my love and it was called yellow and your skin -- oh, yeah your skin and bones turn into something beautiful and you know i bleed myself dry for you i'd bleed myself dry (cheers and applause) >> james: have you thought are you going to with be saying anything? because you do mid-song talking. >> no, i don't. >> james: mid song, you do. really.
is there anybody out there? >> that's stolen from bruce. he would be like, i gotta ask one thing of you guys! is there anybody alive out there! and people go, yeah! >> james: you're great at impressions. you do a great mick jagger. >> i love going to see the rolling stones. >> james: say that as mick jagger (talking like mick jagger) >> i think my favorite band to see is the stones. i love going to see them anywhere. only one secret, you have to go from high to low. a big old tidal wave is coming down slow at the end! (laughter) >> james: do you have any idea how much further it is the go? (rattling map) >> we have about 400 more miles. >> james: wow, okay. i'm having a blast. i have to drive back on my own. i love the stories.
american rollos are great. >> james: yes, one snickers. do you need any anti-freeze? >> james: look as that, san francisco hats. >> let's get one. >> james: okay. come on, you've got this! >> okay. >> james: you don't look this heavy, actually. wings on me wings on me so heavy have a symphony oh i i'm so high so high so high being drunk so high so high so high >> james: who do you look up >> james: yep. i look up to you, too. >> james: yep. bruno. >> james: oh, incredible.
doing what he did at that super bowl half time show. very difficult for anyone to match that. >> drop me off here. (laughter) (singing) who would ever want to be king bells are ringing >> james: what is it? a few cherished -- is it not? >> fine, man. >> james: what is it! a few cherished -- >> james: little bells are ringing? >> yeah, let's go with that. >> james: doesn't i hear jerusalem bells are ringing?
i hear jerusalem bells are ringing roman chapel choirs are singing a mirror in my soul missionaries in a foreign field for some reason i can't explain i know st. peter will call my name that's when i ruled the world >> you brought a keyboard. es, to the super bowl. >> james: you're going to play this keyboard at the super bowl? >> yeah, to say who's winning. half time one team's ahead . >> james: that's what you're going to say? still half of the game to go >> james: oh, this is huge. i love that. >> i haven't showed it to the n.f.l. yet.
one, two, three, four -- i, i wish i could swim if i could swim nothing would drive us away we could be heros just for one day we could be heros just for one day we could be heros just for one day . >> james: oh, great song. thanks. were you always called coldplay? >> i was called star fish for one concert.
probably shouldn't work, but it does. >> thanks. do you know what a cool name is? >> james: what. adel. the one word. taylor. i think if you say "the cold" no one's thinking coldplay yet so that means we have a way to go. >> james: with all due respect, i think if you are hoping that the word "cold" will only become associated with your band and not temperature or mild sickness, you're in for a shock. >> okay, really? well, we've got to try harder. oh, morning come bursting the clouds in lift off this blindfold, let me see again and bring back the water that