Tell Us How James Corden Can Make Your Bar or Bat Mitzvah Mind-Blowing: Submit a video and Late Late Show might turn teenage dreams into a reality.

Posted on Apr 29, 2015 | 06:00pm
James recently talked about Nicki Minaj's appearance at a bar mitzvah and how difficult it will be for any future celebrations to top that stunt. But then we started to wonder - just how do you try and top that?

We're asking you, parents, to send a video telling us how James, Reggie, and all of The Late Late Show can possibly help make your family's bar or bat mitzvah one sure to make headlines. Follow the instructions below to send us a video, and remember, no idea is too big! And if you're someone who is preparing to have his or her own bar or bat mitzvah, go find your parents and ask for some help.


Add the username LateLateShowCBS. Click on the blue paperclip to send us a message and choose "Send Video Message..." Then record your video and send it our way.

Upload your video to Twitter and send a tweet to @LateLateShow that includes the hashtag #CordenMitzvah. Please make sure your tweets are public so that we can see your submission.

Upload your video to Tumblr and include #CordenMitzvah in your Tumblr tags. Please make sure your Tumblr is public so that we can see your submission.

Upload a video to your YouTube account. Make sure to include #CordenMitzvah in the video title and that your video's privacy is set to "Public."

Upload your video to Instagram with hashtag #CordenMitzvah. Please make sure your profile is set to public so that we can see your submission.

1. HOW. Parents submit a video via Twitter, YouTube, Instagram or Tumblr [“the Platforms”] explaining why your child needs The Late Late Show to blow out their bar/bat mitzvah.

2. WHAT. Submit videos of you, your minor child, and any other adult who agree to let you submit the video to the Platforms, and to let CBS use the video on The Late Late Show. Please don’t include any music, logos or brands, or anything offensive, indecent or in bad taste.

3. WHO. By submitting a video, you grant CBS (and its parent, subsidiaries, affiliates, and partners) a non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty-free, fully sub-licensable license to use and otherwise exploit the video, and to use your name, voice, likeness and other identifying information, and that of any other person appearing in the video, in connection with the video, in any form, media, software, or technology of any kind now known or developed in the future, worldwide and in perpetuity.

1. You must be at least 18 years old. 2. We need your assurances that you have all rights necessary to grant CBS permission to use your video and that your video does not violate any rights (including copyright) of third parties. You agree to indemnify and hold harmless CBS, its parent, subsidiaries, affiliates and partners, and each of their employees, agents, licensees, successors and assigns from any liability based on CBS’s use of the video. You also waive the right to seek or obtain equitable or injunctive relief prohibiting cbs.com or other sites under its control from posting the video. 3. CBS is under no obligation to use your video in any way, and may remove it from its sites at any time. 4. This program is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and/or Tumblr.