Wednesday 26 July 2017

Watch: David Schwimmer, Rebel Wilson and James Corden absolutely annihilate each other in hilarious rap battle

Amy Mulvaney

Amy Mulvaney

David Schwimmer, Rebel Wilson and James Corden absolutely annihilated each other in the hilarious new Drop The Mic segment on The Late Late Show with James Corden.

The deadly battle saw the Friends actor and talk show host tear each other apart with brutal lashes before Pitch Perfect actress Rebel Wilson shut them both down.

“Millennials, let me introduce you to this guy, his name is David, he was famous in ’95,” began Corden.

“He was on TV then, now it’s 2016 and he has no friends, get it? Not famous ever again, he was a Kardashian on TV that was only for pretend.”

David Schwimmer and James Corden
David Schwimmer and James Corden

“Now you’ve got a chance to prove you got balls while I ignore you, like Jennifer Aniston does your calls,” he continued, while the crowd exploded.

Ready to retaliate, Schwimmer wasn’t fazed by Corden’s words.

“A Brit in America is your one claim to fame. We all know as an actor your roles are all the same. The heavy best friend, the humorous sidekick,” he continued.

“To be clear I love the English, I married your kind but why your wife chose you, my bad she blind?” he said, sending the crowd into hysterics.

“I was born in this country you’re a tourist here. Do us a favour James just change your career,” finished the Friends star.

“I’m sorry this battle has left you so blue, but unlike this crowd I’ll be there for you,” sang Corden in response.

Not holding back, Schwimmer spouted: “I’m tall and lean, you’re short and stout. They know me in Japan, they know you at In ‘n’ Out.”

To finish the battle, Bridesmaids actress Rebel Wilson took to the stage, squaring up to the two men.

“Alright stop with this crapping, why the hell do you wanna hear two white men rapping? I come packing boobs, show these dudes what they’re lacking,” she said boldly.

“David your career, it’s a huge mistake, it’s like Ross and Rachel, it’s on a break.

"All jokes aside, I think you’re great, I’m your biggest fan… when I was eight,” she said before

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