James Corden Notices A Striking Contrast In Trump's New Video

You can't put makeup on that ... or maybe you can?
Amid ongoing concerns about Donald Trump's health following his COVID-19 diagnosis, the president made a video on Wednesday to show he was fine. Although the video had several notable moments, including the president calling his diagnosis a "blessing from God," Corden was struck by another strange aspect.
"Is it just me, or does Trump look particularly orange?" The "Late Late Show" host wondered when he and Ian Karmel, co-chief writer of the "Late Late Show," broke into Oompa Loompa song parodies about the president.
Corden tried to listen to Trump's message, but kept getting distracted.
"I mean, look at the difference between the color of his hands and his face," he said, adding, "Who does the makeup?"
"I think they are about ten feet away with a fire hose," Karmel joked.
Can you tell the difference (Photo: CBS)
Corden just couldn't get over the contrast between Trump's hands and his face. The difference was so noticeable that he even compared it to his own makeup, which led the host of the “Late Late Show” to a surprising revelation:
The guy looks the same.
"I mean, it's not that bad, but it's close," Corden admitted, looking at his pale hands. "I mean, I'll be honest. I'm sorry I'm going on this reef now because ... I'm in a glass house throwing some rocks."
Orange, are you glad you can see the clip below?
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