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James Corden Welcomes Back Live Audience Since The Beginning Of The Pandemic

It's official. The Late Late Show With James Corden welcomed back a live studio audience for the first time since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.

Jimmy Kimmel Live! brought back live audience earlier this year, followed by The Late Show With Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon's The Tonight Show. Now, it's James Corden's turn.

There is a limited capacity of audience members. Before the pandemic the maximum capacity was 170, but the number has now been reduced to 50. The audience has to show evidence of coronavirus' vaccination, along with health screening and must wear a mask the entire time of the show.

During September 27th's show, James Corden welcomed the audience and joked about finally being able to see them:

"We are very happy that we can see all of your eyes and eyebrows."

Khloe Kardashian talked about wrapping up Keeping Up With The Kardashians after so many years of filming:

"Since 2007, we haven't gone six weeks without filming. [...] Even though we live next to each other, we're all weirdly obsessed with one another. There's nothing like being paid to be with one another."

And as musical guest, Jade Bird performed "Prototype." Bird's latest album, "Different Kinds Of Light," has been released on August 13th of this year.

Finally with an audience, The Late Late Show With James Corden airs Mondays through Fridays on CBS!

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