Usain Bolt

See Usain Bolt dust James Corden and Owen Wilson in parking lot race

Have you ever wondered how Usain Bolt would fare in a race against James Corden, Owen Wilson, and the entire staff of The Late Late Show? You have not.

Would you watch such a race? You probably would. Which is why Corden arranged for such a spectacle in the CBS Television City parking lot, a “historic place where people who work on The Price Is Right park their cars,” the voice-over tells us.

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James Corden takes on Usain Bolt in a 100-meter sprint on The Late Late Show

James Corden is taking a break from Carpool Karaoke to hit the ground running. His opponent? The world’s fastest man.

The Late Late Show host shared a photo via Twitter Tuesday, seen below, standing next to Usain Bolt. “It’s on…,” wrote Corden, promoting an upcoming episode of the late-night talk show. In the bit it seems the pair are preparing for a race, with Corden donning a Jamaican track shirt, spandex shorts, and knee-high socks. Bolt stands calmly by, giving the camera a confident smolder while flashing the peace sign on both hands.

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Ellen DeGeneres defends herself against racism allegations over Usain Bolt photo

Ellen DeGeneres is responding to accusations of racism she’s received since posting an edited photo of herself and Usain Bolt to her Twitter account.

“I am highly aware of the racism that exists in our country,” DeGeneres wrote on Tuesday. “It is the furthest thing from who I am.”

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Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt has an off day during race with 8-year-old Demarjay Smith on Ellen

Usain Bolt, who has won over 15 Olympic gold medals and world championships, faced one of his most unique challenges on Wednesday’s episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show. It seems his desire to impress the titular host left him in the dust of his much younger competition.

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Olympics recap, Day 9: Lightning (Bolt) strikes twice, but only on the track

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I hope you buckled up, kids. We had five hours of Olympics last night. By which I mean as much Michael Phelps as could possibly have been justified considering his career officially ended 24 hours ago. At least it felt that way during the first hour of the broadcast. We journalists do love to milk a story – and boy if there were ever a story worth milking….

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