Lady Gaga Crashes James Corden’s Monologue, Calls Donald Trump Ralliers ‘Monsters’

She’s got jokes! Lady Gaga crashed James Corden’s Late Late Show monologue on Tuesday, October 25, the night of her epic "Carpool Karaoke" appearance. During her impromptu performance, the “Perfect Illusion” singer, 30, humorously poked fun at those who support Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.

“You may all know me as Lady Gaga, but tonight I am Lady Haha,” Gaga (known to her fans as Mother Monster) said during her set, which you can watch in the clip above. “Who’s ready for some topical monologue jokes, yeah? Donald Trump is launching a nightly news show on Facebook which will stream Trump’s rallies.”

The Grammy winner added: “It’ll be kind of like airing my concerts, except instead of Little Monsters, there’s actual monsters.”

Lady Gaga The Late Late Show opening monologue
Lady Gaga crashing James Corden's opening monologue on 'The Late Late Show.'

Gaga’s wisecrack was met with a thunderous round of laughter. The superstar, who is a vocal supporter of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, continued to go in on the controversial politician, 70, referencing the vulgar remarks he made about women in a leaked 2005 Access Hollywood video.

“And according to the show’s creators,” she added, “the program is expected to really grab viewers by the p–sy.”

Lady Gaga The Late Late Show opening monologue
Lady Gaga crashing James Corden's opening monologue on 'The Late Late Show.'

That’s when Corden, 38 — dressed in a white button-down and a pair of boxer briefs — stormed onto the stage wondering what was going on with his late-night show.

“You just figured you’d come out and do my monologue?” Corden said. “No! That’s like me coming out to sing one of your songs. I mean I could, brilliantly.”

Relive Gaga's showstopping "Carpool Karaoke" session below.

 

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