Kobe Bryant, Cara Delevingne, Tom Walker Set For March 26 “Late Late Show With James Corden”

CBS revealed some upcoming “Corden” lineups.

Kobe Bryant on Corden | Terence Patrick/CBS

Kobe Bryant will appear on this Tuesday’s edition of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”

Next Tuesday, he will head to a CBS late-night talk show. The network confirms Bryant for the March 26 edition of “The Late Late Show With James Corden.”

In addition to Bryant, the episode will welcome Cara Delevingne as a discussion guest. Tom Walker will close the show with a musical performance.

Official listings follow (n = new, OAD = original airdate for re-run):

Monday, March 18

Actor Adam Scott; actor Taron Egerton; musical performance by Miles Kane (n)
Tuesday, March 19

Actor Ben Schwartz; actor Tim Roth; musical performance by Leon Bridges (n)

Wednesday, March 20

Actor David Boreanaz; NFL quarterback Cam Newton; musical performance by Daddy Yankee (n)

Thursday, March 21

Actor Matt LeBlanc; actor Will Arnett; musical performance by Broods (OAD: 2/7/19)

Friday, March 22

Actress Cobie Smulders; actor Sebastian Stan; stand-up comedy performance by Joel Kim Booster (OAD: 1/16/19)
Monday, March 25

Actor Max Greenfield; actress Maggie Siff; musical performance by Dido (n)

Tuesday, March 26

CEO and NBA champion Kobe Bryant; actress Cara Delevingne; musical performance by Tom Walker (n)

Wednesday, March 27

Actress Pamela Adlon; actor David Harbour; musical performance by Wallows (n)

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