James Corden is in the pink (or rather, a pink women's swimsuit) as he joins synchronised swimming squad
Thursday 01 November 2012
James Corden slips into a women's swimsuit as he gets a sync-ing feeling for a TV stunt.
The presenter and actor joins a synchronised swimming squad for a challenge to be screened in his sporting panel show A League Of Their Own on Friday.
He and show regulars Jamie Redknapp and Jack Whitehall each try to show off their talents in the pool, in front of an Olympic standard panel of judges.
They were given just a couple of hours training on the morning of the challenge with the Aquabatix swimming squad, who formed into three teams.
Andrea Holland, who was on the BBC's commentary panel for the synchronised swimming events at London 2012, was also on hand.
Viewers will be able to see how they got on at 10pm on Sky 1's A League Of Their Own.
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