Dakota Johnson, Jamie Dornan Listed For “Late Late Show With James Corden” Episodes (Update)

Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan will film interviews for “The Late Late Show.”

Jamie Dornan and James Corden | Terence Patrick/CBS

Update: CBS confirms that Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan will appear on upcoming “Late Late Show With James Corden” episodes.

Johnson will appear as a discussion guest on the October 22 broadcast. Gordon Ramsay is also listed as a discussion guest, while Mike Posner will deliver a musical performance.

Dornan will participate in the discussion on October 23. Florence Welch will also be part of the discussion; she will later take the stage for a performance with The Machine.

“Fifty Shades” co-stars Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan each appear in new projects this fall. Johnson stars in “Bad Times At The El Royale” and “Suspiria,” while Dornan has lead roles in “My Dinner With Herve” (HBO) and “A Private War.”

To support their films, the actress and actor will make appearances on “The Late Late Show With James Corden.”

According to 1iota, Johnson will be a discussion guest at the October 22 “Late Late Show” taping. Gordon Ramsay is also booked for that broadcast.

Dornan is set to appear at the October 23 taping; Florence Welch is also listed as a guest.

“Corden” appearances typically air the night they are taped, but the aforementioned dates should still be treated as tentative until formally confirmed by CBS.

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