8 Photos Showing James Corden’s Relationship With Birds Is Complicated

James Corden stayed calm as he prepared to meet the black vulture.

James Corden stayed calm as he prepared to meet the black vulture.

On the same night James Corden discussed the Oregon militia occupying the bird sanctuary in his monologue, celebrity guest Jack Hanna brought a black vulture to The Late Late Show. These photos display Corden's complicated relationship with the endothermic vertebrates.

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Betty White and Amar'e Stoudimire expressed awe & mild bemusement, while James ...

Betty White and Amar'e Stoudimire expressed awe & mild bemusement, while James ...

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This is the moment when James made direct eye contact with the death bird.

This is the moment when James made direct eye contact with the death bird.

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James recoiled from the horror he saw in the eyes of ol' corpse breath.

James recoiled from the horror he saw in the eyes of ol' corpse breath.

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Through fear and pain, James still fed the vulture his own hand.

Through fear and pain, James still fed the vulture his own hand.

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The feeding went on for awhile ... James has a lot of hand meat.

The feeding went on for awhile ... James has a lot of hand meat.

James tried to reason with the bird of death.

James tried to reason with the bird of death.

When that didn't work, he ate its food to prove his dominance.

When that didn't work, he ate its food to prove his dominance.

It worked ... for today, at least.