Jessica Biel and Bryan Cranston Turned Kanye West Lyrics Into a Wedding Soap Opera Scene
Proof that you should not, under any circumstance, model your wedding after Kanye West lyrics.
On Thursday's The Late Late Show, James Corden and his special-guest crew depicted a soap opera-esque wedding scene using only Kanye West lyrics. Needless to say, the resulting ceremony was a trainwreck, made humorously uncomfortable by Yeezy's rhymes.
The depiction starts with Jessica Biel and Bryan Cranston holding hands before a priest (Reggie Watts). "Diamonds are forever," recites Biel, to which Cranston nervously responds, "Forever, ever?" From that point on, it all goes downhill, with interruptions from not one, but two hopeful Biel suitors.
"It's too late," whispers Biel to the first, a rowdy James Corden who responds "You should be honored by my lateness." He proceeds to try and help Biel escape down the aisle with him, saying "Get down girl, go 'head, get down" as he pulls her from the altar (lol).
Not long after, Giovanni Ribisi shows up, taking his own stab at winning Biel from her soon-to-be husband. "Do you think about me now and then?" he proposes, "'cause I'm coming home again. Maybe we can start again."
Want to see how the love quadrangle plays out? Watch the full video, above. The (ridiculous) skit grabs from all your favorite Yeezy oldies (think: "Stronger," "Gold Digger," and "Through the Wire") and makes the case for why Kanye West probably shouldn't write your wedding vows.
On another note, who else desperately wants Reggie Watts to officiate their marriage?
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