Mila Kunis admits she is married to Ashton Kutcher on James Corden's new Late Late Show

Newly anointed talk-show host has already got his first scoop

James Corden’s social media footprint was a factor for CBS
James Corden’s social media footprint was a factor for CBS

Many questioned whether extrovert comedian James Corden would be equipped to do the job of host on US talkshow The Late Late Show, but last night he proved that he could well be the perfect man for the gig.

Corden managed to get notoriously coy actor Mila Kunis to admit that she is, in fact, married to her partner Ashton Kutcher, with whom she has six-month-old daughter Wyatt.

He told the audience: "They are married, look!"

In spite of doubts about the Brit's ability to break America, Corden has already attracted a bank of high-profile guests - including his friend David Beckham, as well as Simon Cowell, Claire Danes, Michael Douglas, Will Ferrell, and Jeff Goldblum.

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