Freddie Flintoff: James Corden won't quit A League of Their Own
Freddie Flintoff has insisted his close pal James Corden has no plans to quit 'A League of Their Own' despite being busy hosting 'The Late Late Show' in the US.
Freddie Flintoff doesn't think James Corden has any plans to quit 'A League of Their Own'.
The 37-year-old funnyman moved to the US last year to take over as host of 'The Late Late Show' but has continued to present the Sky 1 sports show on the side.
And Freddie - who, along with Jack Whitehall and Jamie Redknapp, is a panelist on the show - insists James will continue to do so for some time.
Asked if he would ever consider talking over from the 'Into the Woods' star as the main host, Freddie exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "No, I don't think I fancy sitting in the hosts seat. I think James will always come back anyway, he loves doing the show. I'll stick to my chair next to Jack."
The former Cricketer's comments come after it was revealed he, Jack and Jamie would be joining James in the US to take their show on an American road trip.
Freddie previously told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "It should be a lot of fun. We will be travelling around in this big motorhome, taking part in a series of challenges at places across the States."
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