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James Corden Responds To Trans Military Ban With A Song

In response to Trump’s ban on transgender individuals serving in the military, The Late Late Show host James Corden took some time during the show to step on his musical soapbox and be another voice for the trans individuals and the greater LGBT community.

Using the acronym L.G.B.T. he sampled Nat King Cole’s L.O.V.E. and used resonating lyrics to show that he is a great ally and supporter of trans military individuals and LGBT people.

The song starts like this:

‘L,’ he doesn’t care for lesbians

‘G,’ he thinks two men should just be friends

‘B,’ to his dumb knowledge is just a phase in college

‘T,’ he finds confusing so the army’s now refusing trans women who only want to serve, trans men who want rights we all deserve

POTUS thinks it’s unsavory

Patriots who know real bravery

Trump’s got hate for me and you.

Check out the whole performance here:

Corden began to gain attention with this Carpool Karaoke where he has featured many gay icons. His musical background has given him a platform unlike any other for late night talk show hosts and here is proof that he’s on our side and is willing to do anything to protect the rights of others.