James Corden's BRIT nerves mount
James Corden is ''terrified'' at the prospect of hosting the BRIT Awards on February 15, but thinks it can't go any worse than the last time he fronted the event in 2009.
James Corden is "terrified" at the prospect of hosting the BRIT Awards.
The 32-year-old comedian - who fronted the annual ceremony alongside Kylie Minogue and 'Gavin and Stacey' co-star Mat Horne in 2009 - admitted while he is nervous about his upcoming presenting duties on February 15, it can't go worse than the last time he co-hosted the event.
He tweeted: "Trying to write a book,hence being on twitter every 5minutes!And the Brits script. Terrifying. Still,can't be worse than last time!! (sic)"
It would appear James is also nervous about the ever-changing running order, which he is struggling to get his head around.
He added: "It's tricky though, the presenters keep changing all the time.The running order changes,and will, right up until the day!Tricky. (sic)"
James recently explained he thinks the he show works better with a single host, and that he expects to do a better job than 2010's presenter Peter Kay.
He said: "It definitely works better with one host. It's the job I want! After watching Peter Kay I'm sure I could do better. Bring it on! Peter was good but he could have been even more enthusiastic."